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Tampa Bay Rays sign brief in support of gay marriage

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Cabela, the dog shot and left for dead, survives surgery with four legs

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  1. Column: Where did you go, Officer Friendly?

    Columns

    A colleague recently recounted the story of her 21-year-old daughter who had a long wait at a big-city train station. The daughter had scouted the place out — smiled, made eye contact and made sure she got herself on nearby police officers' radar.

    Eric Garner refused to be handcuffed and an officer placed him in a fatal chokehold.
  2. Ruth: The real error message on Florida's computers

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    Perhaps it is because the state is governed by a walking motherboard that so many apparatchiks in Tallahassee's bureaucracy seem to think of the populace as automatons who bleed algorithms.

  3. 'Kimmy' finds a new home

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    Not too many moons ago, a television story like this would have required smelling salts to revive all the showbiz industry reporters who had passed out from the news:

    Ellie Kemper stars as Kimmy, a cheerful woman starting her life over after spending 15 years in a doomsday cult, in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
  4. WATCH THIS

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    TONIGHT

    The Bachelor: It's finale time. Chris Soules has some big decisions to make, such as: Which tabloids does he talk to? And will he sign up for Dancing With the Stars or not? 8 p.m., ABC.

  5. Comedy Central's 'Too Many Stars' means plenty of laughs

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    NEW YORK — You're a bit late to bid on the chance to join John Oliver in robbing a wine store.

    Actor Paul Rudd, right, plays “Baby Bird” with an audience member during Comedy Central’s Night of Too Many Stars, which brings together a galaxy of comics to raise funds for autism education. The telethon will air at 8 p.m. Sunday.

    Bucs' Licht talks about Jameis Winston visit in video

    One of the more intriguing aspects of FSU's Jameis Winston visiting the Bucs this week was how much the team promoted the visit on their official site, with a photo gallery, video of his visit and even e-mails sent to some season-ticket holders to promote that content....

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    Evan Longoria was accommodating for his young shaver.

    Rays take some off the top to help Pediatric Cancer Foundation

    Dozens of Rays players and staff stepped up to help the Pediatric Cancer Foundation by sitting down for the fourth straight year to have their heads shaved before Friday's game. (Find more photos, video here)...

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