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Trump Seemingly Downplays Allegations Against Kushner About Russia

WASHINGTON (CBSNewYork) — President Donald Trump spent his first day back from the G7 summit Sunday confronting, and seemingly downplaying, the new allegations against his son-in-law. As CBS2’s Hazel Sanchez reported, Trump was back on U.S. soil and back on the defensive Sunday. He ignored reporters’ questions about his son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner , proposing setting up a secret channel of communication with the Kremlin and the Trump transition team before the election. But while had nothing to say upon landing, he had plenty later on Twitter. Trump’s posts attempted to discredit which sourced anonymous U.S. officials, calling them “fake news.” Whenever you see the words 'sources say' in the fake news media, and they don't mention names…. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 28, 2017 ….it is very possible that those sources don't exist but are made up by fake news writers. #FakeNews is the enemy! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 28, 2017 In interviews Sunday, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said he did not know if the reports are true. But he said if they are, “I think any channel of communication, back or otherwise, with a country like Russia is a good thing.” National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster told reporters in an off-camera news conference that he does not find backchannel communications with Russia problematic. “What that allows you to do is to communicate in a discreet manner, so it doesn’t predispose you toward any sort of content of that conversation or anything,” McMaster said. “So no, I would not be concerned about it.” But the U.S. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-California), the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, is very concerned. “To have the president’s son-in-law, a key player within the Trump Organization, trying to establish a backchannel with the Russians through a Russian diplomatic facility — you have to ask, well, who are they hiding the conversations from?” Schiff said. The unanswered questions about Russia may add to declining U.S. relations with European allies. After meeting with Trump during the G7 summit and failing to convince him to commit to the Paris Climate Acord, German Chancellor Angela Merkel told supporters Sunday: “The times in which we can fully count on others are somewhat over…. We Europeans must really take our destiny into our own hands.” Trump will make his first public appearance since his trip at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Read More »

Saddleback Church Members React To Arrest Of Youth Pastor Accused Of Lewd Acts With Teens

LAKE FOREST (CBSLA.com) – A youth volunteer at an Orange County megachurch has been arrested on suspicion of having inappropriate relations with at least two boys. Ruven Meulenberg, who volunteers as a junior high youth mentor with Saddleback Church, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of lewd and lascivious acts with a child following a parent’s report, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. He was booked into Orange County Jail and is now being held on $100,000 bail. Today was the first time Sunday services were held since the arrest. CBS 2’s Greg Mills spoke to congregants who, suffice to say, were not happy hearing the news. “It’s not acceptable,” said Lennard Cowans. Many, like Cowans were hearing the news for the first time. It was a church member who reportedly told church officials Muelenbeg had acted inappropriately with two 14-year-old boys. The official, in turned, called the O.C. Sheriff’s Department. “They handled the situation effectively,” said Laolu Oladapo. Mulenberg and his twin brother have written religious childrens’ books, have a religious website and video game. The arrested Mulenberg has volunteered at the church for six years and worked as a junior high school mentor. According to the church website, that position is “designed specifically to help 7th and 8th graders connect with Jesus, each other and a caring adult.” The two teens told authorities that the inappropriate incidents occurred over the last year, some of them allegedly on church grounds. “It’s not something that, not anyone would condone not only here at Saddleback,” said Cowans. “but any person wouldn’t condone any kind of interaction like that with a youth.” Mills tried to reach a church pastor Sunday but was told he was unavailable. The church did send an email to their congregants detailing their background checks on volunteers and wrote, “In this case, the accused volunteer has no record or arrest or criminal charges.” Not  everyone received that email. “It’s the first I heard of it. So, it’s pretty shocking,” said Sandi Caminiti. Authorities are concerned there may be more victims in the case. Read More »

Good News Cubs Fans: You Finally Scored! Bad News: Dodgers Score More

LOS ANGELES (AP)   —  Cody Bellinger and Kike Hernandez led an offensive outburst with three-run homers that upstaged the anticipated duel between aces Jon Lester and Clayton Kershaw, helping the Los Angeles Dodgers beat Chicago 9-4 on Sunday to sweep the Cubs in three games at home for the first time since August 2012. Lester and Kershaw were rocked for 10 runs and 18 hits in a combined 7 2/3 innings of their first career matchup. The left-handers that own three World Series titles (Lester), three Cy Young Awards (Kershaw) and 10 All-Star nods failed to retire the side in order in any inning. Lester (3-3) gave up six runs and seven hits in 3 1/3 innings for Chicago. He struck out six and walked two. Kershaw allowed four runs and a career-high-tying 11 hits in 4 1/3 innings. The Cubs stranded 10 runners against him. Josh Fields (2-0) got the victory, striking out two in 1 2/3 innings. The game’s 13 runs came on seven homers. Bellinger put the Dodgers ahead 3-1 with a drive into the right-field pavilion in the second. It was Lester’s first homer allowed with runners on this season. Hernandez connected in the third, extending the lead to 6-1. Chicago pulled within two with three runs in the fourth. Javier Baez hit a solo shot and Anthony Rizzo belted a two-run homer. The Cubs jumped on Kershaw from the start. Baez and Kris Bryant singled on first pitches from him to open the game. Addison Russell singled off the first pitch leading off the fifth. Chicago led 1-0 when Willson Contreras homered leading off the second, snapping 30 consecutive road innings without a run scored. It came on the 12th pitch of the at-bat after Contreras fouled off five straight pitches from Kershaw. Austin Barnes homered off Chicago’s Mike Montgomery in the fifth. Pinch hitter Yasiel Puig added a two-run shot in the seventh off Pedro Strop. After Lester and Kershaw were chased, the Dodgers’ NL-leading bullpen came in and pitched 4 2/3 innings of hitless relief. The pen hasn’t given up a run in four straight games. The Dodgers have won nine of 11 overall and 11 of 13 at home. The Cubs were outscored 18-4 in the series, losing the first two games by scores of 4-0 and 5-0. TRAINER’S ROOM Cubs: INF Ben Zobrist sat out a second straight game with a sore left wrist, but is expected to return to the lineup Monday. Dodgers: CF Joc Pederson is still in concussion protocol. He will make the trip to St. Louis, but he isn’t expected to be activated. He stayed in the clubhouse Sunday instead of the dugout to avoid sensory overload. … LHP Brandon McCarthy had an MRI that showed patella tendinitis in his right knee, which won’t keep him out of the rotation. UP NEXT Cubs: RHP Kyle Hendricks (4-2, 3.25 ERA) starts the series opener in San Diego on Monday. He is unbeaten in five previous outings against the Padres with a 3-0 record and a 1.56 ERA. He tossed a five-hit shutout at Petco Park in May 2015. Dodgers: LHP Rich Hill (1-2, 4.76 ERA) starts the opener of a four-game series in St. Louis on Monday. In his previous start, he lost to the Cardinals 6-1 on Wednesday, allowing five runs and four hits in four innings while striking out four and walking a career-worst seven on 82 pitches. (@Copyright 2017. The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may bot be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Read More »

Judge Hits Grand Slam, Yankees Beat Sloppy Oakland Athletics

NEW YORK (AP) — Aaron Judge hit his first career grand slam and the New York Yankees took full advantage of Oakland’s shoddy defense Sunday in a 9-5 victory over the Athletics. Michael Pineda (6-2) tossed six innings of three-hit ball to win his third straight start. Aaron Hicks and Chris Carter each had an early sacrifice fly as the AL East leaders scored five unearned runs and took two of three in a well-pitched series. Judge connected with two outs in the third for his 16th home run, tying Mike Trout of the Angels for the big league lead. The drive landed in the right-field seats, not far in front of The Judge’s Chambers cheering section installed by the Yankees for the 6-foot-7 rookie at the start of this 4-2 homestand. Khris Davis hit his 15th home run for the A’s, who committed two more costly errors to raise their season total to 49. They began the day with 10 more than any other team in the majors. The fielding failures put starter Andrew Triggs (5-4) in tough situations. He went six innings and gave up one earned run — but even that could have been prevented if not for a poor throw by the weak-armed Davis in left. Gary Sanchez added an RBI double in the seventh that squirmed out of the glove of a diving Davis. Brett Gardner drove in two insurance runs with a pop-fly double in the eighth. Adam Warren retired all four batters he faced for his first save since July 28, 2015. The Yankees trailed 2-1 when Ronald Torreyes reached on a soft infield single leading off the third, and Sanchez singled with one out. Matt Joyce then dropped Matt Holliday’s fly ball in the right-field corner for an error that loaded the bases. After Starlin Castro struck out, Judge lined a fastball the other way to put New York ahead. Triggs had given up just three home runs in his first nine starts this year. Hicks stole second in the fourth and advanced to third on a throwing error by catcher Josh Phegley. That set up Carter’s sacrifice fly, which made it 6-2. And while Triggs’ defense was betraying him, New York’s fielders gave Pineda a big boost when he needed it. With nobody out in the second, Ryon Healy was thrown out by Gardner trying to stretch a two-run single to left field. Torreyes followed with a diving play at third base. TRAINER’S ROOM Athletics: 1B Yonder Alonso was back in the lineup after missing three games with a sore right wrist. … CF Rajai Davis was rested in favor of Mark Canha, who batted leadoff for the first time in his major league career. … One-time closer Sean Doolittle, on the DL since April 30 wNew York Yankees Oakland Atith a strained left shoulder, threw 20 pitches Saturday and felt good, according to manager Bob Melvin. “So we’ll figure out the next step here in the next day or so,” Melvin said. … Oakland plans to put RHP Kendall Graveman (shoulder) on the 10-day disabled list Monday and recall RHP Daniel Mengden from Triple-A Nashville to make his first big league start of the season in Cleveland. Yankees: Slumping 3B Chase Headley was given a second consecutive day off to work on his swing. He’ll return to the lineup Monday, manager Joe Girardi said. … All-Star closer Aroldis Chapman (shoulder) was scheduled to throw for the second straight day before a day off in his program Monday. UP NEXT Athletics: The 24-year-old Mengden began the season on the disabled list following surgery on his right foot. He was activated May 20 and optioned to Triple-A Nashville. Including his rehab assignment, Mengden is 2-1 with a 2.21 ERA in four Triple-A starts this year. He reached the majors for the first time last season and went 2-9 with a 6.50 ERA in 14 starts for Oakland. RHP Carlos Carrasco (4-2, 2.93) pitches for the AL champion Indians. Yankees: Begin a seven-game road trip Monday afternoon in Baltimore, with rookie LHP Jordan Montgomery (2-3, 4.30 ERA) on the mound against Orioles RHP Dylan Bundy (5-3, 2.92). (Copyright 2017 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.) Read More »

Dodgers Blank Ice Cold Cubs Offense, 5-0

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) —   Chase Utley drove in three runs with a pair of two-out singles, and Brandon McCarthy and Ross Stripling combined on a three-hitter that led the Los Angeles Dodgers over the Chicago Cubs 5-0 Saturday for their eighth win in 10 games. Chicago has been shut out in three consecutive road games and held scoreless in four of its last six games away from Wrigley Field, scoring five runs in that span. The Cubs have not scored in 29 consecutive road innings, including a 3-0 defeat to St. Louis on May 14, and a 4-0 loss to the Dodgers on Friday night. McCarthy (5-1) allowed two-out singles to Ian Happ in the fourth and Addison Russell in the fifth. He struck out six and walked one, winning his second straight start and lowering his ERA to 3.28. Stripling gave up Miguel Montero’s leadoff single in the eighth and finished for his second professional save, his first since 2013 with Double-A Chattanooga. Chris Taylor hit a two-run homer in a four-run fifth inning as the Dodgers won their third in a row. John Lackey (4-5) gave up five runs, six hits and four walks in six innings. Utley’s single in the fourth put Los Angeles ahead. REPLAY REBUKE Happ appeared to stretch a single into a double in the fourth, beating Corey Seager’s tag, but a video review ruled he came off the base from the momentum of his hard slide. MILITARY TRIBUTE As part of a league-wide tribute to the nation’s military, the Cubs and Dodgers wore olive green hats and uniforms accented with olive-green lettering. TRAINER’S ROOM Cubs: Ben Zobrist was scratched from the Cubs’ lineup with a sore left wrist, giving Happ his first start at second base since his debut May 13. Manager Joe Maddon, who had Zobrist in his original starting lineup, preferred to keep his utilityman as a possible pinch hitter or late replacement. Dodgers: 3B Justin Turner (strained right hamstring) is eligible to come off the DL Monday but will need more time. He is expected to make at least one minor league rehab start and Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said Turner might return toward the end of a road trip that finishes June 4 in Milwaukee. UP NEXT Clayton Kershaw (7-2) starts for the Dodgers on Sunday in a marquee matchup that features Jon Lester (3-2) for the Cubs. Lester is coming off a four-hitter in a win over San Francisco in which he struck out 10. Lester has a 0.86 ERA in his last three regular-season starts against the Dodgers. Kershaw matched a season high with 10 strikeouts and walked none in his last start, against St. Louis. He has held the Cubs to a .218 batting average in eight starts against the Cubs, striking out 68 in 53 2/3 innings. (@Copyright 2017. The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may bot be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Read More »

Trout’s MLB-Leading 16th homer Lifts Angels Past Miami

MIAMI (AP) — Mike Trout hit his major league-leading 16th homer, and the Los Angeles Angels reached the .500 mark for the 12th time this season by beating Miami 5-2 Saturday. Trout’s first-inning homer into the beer garden in left field was estimated at 443 feet, which pleased a fair portion of the crowd at Marlins Park. “Hate Fish Love Trout,” read a sign held by an Angels fans. J.C. Ramirez (5-3) limited Miami to an unearned run in seven innings and benefited from excellent defense. Bud Norris, who tweaked his right knee and left Friday’s game after throwing only three pitches, gave up a homer to Marcell Ozuna in the ninth. Cameron Maybin put the Angels ahead to stay in the third when he tripled and scored on Andrelton Simmons’ groundout. Maybin also singled, stole two bases and scored three times. Simmons had an RBI double and was robbed of a homer by left fielder Ozuna. Luis Valbuena hit a two-run single. Trout struck out twice but also reached on an infield single, raising his average to .342. Los Angeles improved to 26-26. The Marlins were trying for their first two-game winning streak since April 23 but instead fell to 7-15 at home, worst in the majors. Vance Worley (0-2), pitching his second game of the year, allowed two hits and two runs and likely earned another start. Miami scored in the first when shortstop Simmons threw the ball into the stands on a two-out grounder with a runner on. SUZUKI’S WOES Ichiro Suzuki grounded out pinch-hitting for Miami with two on to end the seventh. He is 4 for 29 (.138) as a pinch hitter and is hitting .148 overall in 61 at-bats. DEFENSE The Marlins loaded the bases with two out in the fifth, but catcher Martin Maldonado picked Dee Gordon off first base to end the threat. Gordon was initially ruled safe before the call was reversed by a replay review. … Maldonado scrambled to field Christian Colon’s topper, then spun and threw him out, and Simmons went deep in the hole to field Giancarlo Stanton’s grounder and throw him out. ROSTER MOVE Before the game, the Angels reinstated RHP Mike Morin (neck) from the disabled list and optioned RHP Daniel Wright to Triple-A Salt Lake. TRAINER’S ROOM Angels: Maldonado, who hurt his thumb on a tag at the plate Friday but stayed in the game, was back in the lineup after X-rays were negative. … Maybin (right knee) was back in the lineup after missing one start. … RHP Cam Bedrosian (groin) faced hitters for the first time since going on the DL when he pitched Saturday in extended spring training. He’s expected to soon begin a rehab assignment. UP NEXT Angels RHP Matt Shoemaker (4-2, 3.97), who has won his past three starts, is scheduled to pitch in the series finale Sunday against RHP Jose Urena (2-2, 3.08). Read More »

Yankees Spoil Cotton’s No-Hitter Bid In The Sixth To Beat A’s

NEW YORK (AP) — Just back from the minors, Jharel Cotton totally knew what he was doing. He was taking a no-hitter into the sixth inning at Yankee Stadium. “I thought about it too much,” the Oakland rookie admitted. Matt Holliday broke up Cotton’s bid with a two-run homer with two outs in the sixth, and that sent resurgent CC Sabathia and New York to a 3-2 victory Saturday. “Pitching at Yankee Stadium, it’s a great feeling. A lot of guys don’t get to pitch at Yankee Stadium,” Cotton said. “I wanted it to be a spectacular one.” He certainly made it interesting until Holliday connected. “That was a big hit. It was the first the kid gave up, but he’s got some interesting stuff,” Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. The Yankees wound up winning with only two hits — the first time they’ve done that with so few at home since 1988. Promoted from Triple-A Nashville before the game, Cotton (3-5) hadn’t come close to giving up anything when he retired the first two batters in the sixth. Yet he had thrown a lot of pitches. After Gary Sanchez walked, Holliday teed off to left-center field. He homered on Cotton’s 105th delivery for a 3-1 lead, sending a drive to nearly the exact spot where Frankie Montas was warming up in the Oakland bullpen. “I think he made pitches in big spots. I’d never faced him and I don’t think any guys had faced him. So sometimes that can be a challenge,” Holliday said. Starlin Castro followed with a sharp single that finished Cotton, who struck out five and walked three in his 13th big league start. Even if Cotton had closed out the sixth, “that probably would’ve been it,” A’s manager Bob Melvin said. Cotton made his debut last September. The 25-year-old righty began this season in the Athletics’ rotation but was sent down to the minors May 11 to refine his game. The last pitcher to throw a no-hitter against the Yankees all by himself was Hoyt Wilhelm in 1958 for Baltimore. In 2003, six Houston pitchers combined to no-hit the Yankees. Sabathia (5-2) has won three straight starts for the first time since April 2013. The 36-year-old lefty pitched into the seventh and struck out nine. Dellin Betances escaped a second-and-third, one-out jam in the eighth, an inning that included the ejections of A’s hitter Jed Lowrie and Melvin for arguing strike three calls. Betances closed for his fifth save. Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge was in the right spot for a pair of key catches to boost the AL East leaders. Ryon Healy hit an RBI double with two outs in the sixth that made it 1-all and took third on the throw home. Trevor Plouffe then lofted a fly to shallow right that Castro chased back from his second base spot — the ball popped out of his glove, right into Judge’s. “What are you going to do,” Melvin said. The 6-foot-7 Judge collided with beefy first baseman Chris Carter while swooping in to grab Chad Pinder’s foul fly leading off the seventh. Judge’s sunglasses went flying and Carter went down, but everyone was OK. The Yankees scored in the first on a walk, a hit batter and Castro’s sacrifice fly. Josh Phegley homered off Sabathia in the seventh, pulling the A’s to 3-2. LOOK OUT! Sanchez lost control of his bat and it helicoptered a long way, far beyond the Athletics’ third base dugout. No fans were hurt. On Wednesday, a boy was hit by Carter’s broken bat at the ballpark. HOME, AT LAST The previous eight games between the A’s and Yankees had been won by the road team. Starting last year, each club had won four times at other’s park. BYE Lowrie was ejected by plate umpire Will Little in the eighth after being called out on strikes for the third time. The A’s second baseman had been on a 16-for-29 streak before going 0 for 4. Melvin was tossed after arguing after Plouffe fanned. “A lot of frustration,” Melvin said. TRAINER’S ROOM Athletics: 1B Yonder Alonso missed his third straight start because of a sore right wrist. Melvin said he hoped Alonso could play Sunday. Yankees: Closer Aroldis Chapman (shoulder) made 25 throws from 60 feet, his first baseball activity in two weeks. He said he felt fine after the workout and that he will throw again Sunday. UP NEXT Athletics: RHP Andrew Triggs (5-3, 2.77) is 1-2 with a 3.97 ERA in four May starts after going 4-1 with a 1.84 ERA in five April starts. Yankees: RHP Michael Pineda (5-2, 3.35) has given up no more than three earned runs in his last eight starts. (© Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Read More »

Yankees Spoil Cotton’s No-Hitter Bid In The Sixth To Beat A’s

NEW YORK (AP) — Just back from the minors, Jharel Cotton totally knew what he was doing. He was taking a no-hitter into the sixth inning at Yankee Stadium. “I thought about it too much,” the Oakland rookie admitted. Matt Holliday broke up Cotton’s bid with a two-run homer with two outs in the sixth, and that sent resurgent CC Sabathia and New York to a 3-2 victory Saturday. “Pitching at Yankee Stadium, it’s a great feeling. A lot of guys don’t get to pitch at Yankee Stadium,” Cotton said. “I wanted it to be a spectacular one.” He certainly made it interesting until Holliday connected. “That was a big hit. It was the first the kid gave up, but he’s got some interesting stuff,” Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. The Yankees wound up winning with only two hits — the first time they’ve done that with so few at home since 1988. Promoted from Triple-A Nashville before the game, Cotton (3-5) hadn’t come close to giving up anything when he retired the first two batters in the sixth. Yet he had thrown a lot of pitches. After Gary Sanchez walked, Holliday teed off to left-center field. He homered on Cotton’s 105th delivery for a 3-1 lead, sending a drive to nearly the exact spot where Frankie Montas was warming up in the Oakland bullpen. “I think he made pitches in big spots. I’d never faced him and I don’t think any guys had faced him. So sometimes that can be a challenge,” Holliday said. Starlin Castro followed with a sharp single that finished Cotton, who struck out five and walked three in his 13th big league start. Even if Cotton had closed out the sixth, “that probably would’ve been it,” A’s manager Bob Melvin said. Cotton made his debut last September. The 25-year-old righty began this season in the Athletics’ rotation but was sent down to the minors May 11 to refine his game. The last pitcher to throw a no-hitter against the Yankees all by himself was Hoyt Wilhelm in 1958 for Baltimore. In 2003, six Houston pitchers combined to no-hit the Yankees. Sabathia (5-2) has won three straight starts for the first time since April 2013. The 36-year-old lefty pitched into the seventh and struck out nine. Dellin Betances escaped a second-and-third, one-out jam in the eighth, an inning that included the ejections of A’s hitter Jed Lowrie and Melvin for arguing strike three calls. Betances closed for his fifth save. Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge was in the right spot for a pair of key catches to boost the AL East leaders. Ryon Healy hit an RBI double with two outs in the sixth that made it 1-all and took third on the throw home. Trevor Plouffe then lofted a fly to shallow right that Castro chased back from his second base spot — the ball popped out of his glove, right into Judge’s. “What are you going to do,” Melvin said. The 6-foot-7 Judge collided with beefy first baseman Chris Carter while swooping in to grab Chad Pinder’s foul fly leading off the seventh. Judge’s sunglasses went flying and Carter went down, but everyone was OK. The Yankees scored in the first on a walk, a hit batter and Castro’s sacrifice fly. Josh Phegley homered off Sabathia in the seventh, pulling the A’s to 3-2. LOOK OUT! Sanchez lost control of his bat and it helicoptered a long way, far beyond the Athletics’ third base dugout. No fans were hurt. On Wednesday, a boy was hit by Carter’s broken bat at the ballpark. HOME, AT LAST The previous eight games between the A’s and Yankees had been won by the road team. Starting last year, each club had won four times at other’s park. BYE Lowrie was ejected by plate umpire Will Little in the eighth after being called out on strikes for the third time. The A’s second baseman had been on a 16-for-29 streak before going 0 for 4. Melvin was tossed after arguing after Plouffe fanned. “A lot of frustration,” Melvin said. TRAINER’S ROOM Athletics: 1B Yonder Alonso missed his third straight start because of a sore right wrist. Melvin said he hoped Alonso could play Sunday. Yankees: Closer Aroldis Chapman (shoulder) made 25 throws from 60 feet, his first baseball activity in two weeks. He said he felt fine after the workout and that he will throw again Sunday. UP NEXT Athletics: RHP Andrew Triggs (5-3, 2.77) is 1-2 with a 3.97 ERA in four May starts after going 4-1 with a 1.84 ERA in five April starts. Yankees: RHP Michael Pineda (5-2, 3.35) has given up no more than three earned runs in his last eight starts. (© Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Read More »

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