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  • A perfect March Madness bracket: One man’s 2019 NCAA picks stand alone

  • Talk about One Shining Moment. From tens of millions incredibly down to one, Gregg Nigl — a 40-year-old neuropsychologist from Columbus, Ohio — astonishingly is a perfect 48-for-48 on NCAA.com’s March Madness Bracket Challenge game through the first two rounds of NCAA Tournament action. Fourteen of the 16 teams to reach the Sweet 16 are...
  • British parliament grabs control of Brexit from Theresa May

  • Britain’s Parliament has made a stunning power grab from pro-Brexit Prime Minister Theresa May over the government’s decision to leave the European Union. May’s plan for withdrawal from the EU has already been voted down — twice. So frustrated British lawmakers late Monday passed an amendment handing themselves the power to vote on alternatives to...
  • EU passes new internet copyright rules

  • The European Parliament approved an overhaul of rules that make platforms such as YouTube responsible for copyright infringements committed by their users. Major tech companies argue the changes will be costly and limit free expression.
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  • Hungary could resume anti-EU campaigns, says PM Orban

  • Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government could resume media campaigns against European Union bodies, he suggested on Sunday, as his nationalist Fidesz party gears up for European Parliament elections due on May 26.
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  • Bosnia divided over UN ruling on wartime leader Karadzic

  • A U.N. court's decision Wednesday to uphold the genocide and war crimes convictions of ex-Bosnian Serb President Radovan Karadzic and sentence him to life behind bars was applauded by survivors of Bosnia's bloody '90s war — but blasted by the country's Serbs as biased.
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  • New York lawmakers closing in on deal to ban plastic bags

  • ALBANY — Lawmakers are close to a deal to ban single-use plastic bags throughout the state, sources said Tuesday. At the same time, they’re considering a 5-cent fee on paper bags. State Sen. Todd Kaminsky (D-L.I.), chair of the Committee on Environmental Conservation, said the ban “about changing the culture” and committed to seeing an...
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