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Mets' Matt Harvey won't let illness stop him from making his start vs. Braves

Matt Harvey came down with an illness Monday night, manager Terry Collins said, but the Mets righthander will still make his scheduled start Tuesday night against the Braves.Harvey received some “fluids” Tuesday, according to Collins, and said he felt better after struggling Monday.“He was sick yesterday. Kathy Willens/AP Matt Harvey got loaded up with fluids Monday and feels well enough to pitch vs. So he came in today and said he’s ready to go,” Collins said Tuesday afternoon.
Daily News
04/05
48 Points

Sports Report: A's fans will pay to park on 'Free Parking Tuesday'

One reason to follow that advice is that "Free Parking Tuesday," an A's promotion this season, is being cancelled for Tuesday night's game against the Seattle Mariners because the Warriors are playing next door. With the A's and Warriors both playing at home Tuesday night, fans are being advised to take public transit to the games.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
36 Points

Sports Live playoff updates: Warriors vs. Blazers, Game 2 on Tuesday

Get the latest score and analysis during the game from our writers.If viewing on a mobile device, click here.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
32 Points

'Jesus' arrested in Apple store; his cross was blocking aisle

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A man who calls himself "Philly Jesus" has a new cross to bear: He was arrested at a Philadelphia Apple store on a trespassing charge. He dresses like Jesus, carries a large cross, preaches on sidewalks and poses for photos. Police say the Apple store's manager told them Grant refused to leave Monday night despite being asked multiple times. According to online court documents, Grant was charged with defiant trespassing and disorderly conduct.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
28 Points

Live playoff updates: Warriors vs. Blazers, Game 2 on Tuesday

Get the latest score and analysis during the game from our writers.If viewing on a mobile device, click here.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
6 Points

French parliament debates labor law after violent protests

More demonstrations are planned Tuesday.Labor Minister Myriam El-Khomri told Le Parisien newspaper the government would not "cede to the street.". After a month of often violent protests, French legislators are starting to debate a hotly contested labor bill that would make it easier to lay off workers and weaken some union powers.The reform, aimed at making France more globally competitive, faces an uphill battle.
The Denver Post
03/05
14 Points

Bay Area weather: Storm system could bring rain, thunderstorms

A storm system brewing offshore moved toward the Bay Area overnight, setting the stage for isolated thunderstorms and showers to hit the region on Wednesday, the National Weather Service said."Everything is still on track," meteorologist Charles Bell said Tuesday morning. Similar thermometer readings were expected Tuesday, Bell said.As for the rain, Bell said it will be difficult to predict how much precipitation the Bay Area will receive.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
5 Points
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5 things you need to know Tuesday

Audiences are wondering if the book will be as shocking as Going Clear, a documentary accusing David of misusing his power, abusing members, and forcing family members to cut off contact.NCIS will feature a special guest star Tuesday: first lady Michelle Obama.  TV critic Robert Bianco looks at Person of Interest and Michelle Obama on NCIS.Be inspired: Pure happiness shines on the faces of these foster kids on their adoption day.Did you miss Monday's news.
USA Today
03/05
12 Points
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Rockies' Eddie Butler a more confident pitcher entering Tuesday start

The last time Eddie Butler started a game for the Rockies, he left the mound shaking his head.That was Aug. "I'm also trusting my catchers a little more."In his first start at Triple-A Albuquerque this season, Butler shook off catcher Dustin Garneau a few too many times."Those balls were getting hit too much," Butler said. "It's going to be a good pitch for him moving forward."CarGo's delivery.
The Denver Post
03/05
14 Points
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Bernstein: In Tuesday's primaries, Trump made up lost ground

I'm hearing plenty of pundits talk about how Trump's sweep Tuesday and last week will make that easy. But remember: A Trump who doesn't get to 1,237 after the final primaries on June 7 won't be the triumphant one emerging from today's contests. But he's not there yet.Trump was long expected to win in the primaries in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut, Delaware and Rhode Island, so pulling off that sweep wasn't anything special.
The Denver Post
28/04
1 Points
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David's new role with Mets a new Wright of passage

“I don’t even know if he had any practice swings.“And he hit a three-run homer with the game on the line,” Wright continued. "LIKE" US HERE.More often than not, Wright has not been getting the job done this season. Kathy Willens/AP Yoenis Cespedes gets a big welcome back to the dugout after his pinch-hit, game-tying, three-run home run against the Reds on Tuesday, something that brings a smile to David Wright.
Daily News
27/04
21 Points

Pilgrim's Pride recalls 4.6 million pounds of chicken nuggets, tenders

It is an expansion of an April 7 recall of 40,780 pounds of cooked chicken nuggets that may have been contaminated. now is recalling almost 4.6 million pounds of cooked chicken products that may have been contaminated with plastic, wood, rubber and metal.The recall issued Tuesday covers products produced from Aug. Department of Agriculture's website.Pilgrim's Pride is a subsidiary of Brazil-based meat processing company JBS S.A.Alicia Wallace: 303-954-1939, [email protected] or @aliciawallace.
The Denver Post
27/04
6 Points
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Chobani workers get ownership stake that could make them millionaires

Employees of Greek yogurt maker Chobani are getting an unexpected windfall: an ownership stake in the company that could make millionaires of some.Hamdi Ulukaya told the company’s 2,000 full-time employees at its  upstate New York plant Tuesday they’ll receive shares worth up to 10% of the company’s value when it goes public or is sold.“This isn’t a gift,” Ulukaya said in a letter to employees obtained by USA TODAY.
USA Today
27/04
7 Points
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Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton is all but assured of nomination

Hillary Clinton all but secured the Democratic nomination Tuesday after a long and bruising primary fight against rival Sen.
The Denver Post
27/04
6 Points
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