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July 3, 2015

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Photo: Pete Rose, baseballs all-time hits leader, signs a
Pete Rose still a hit on Las Vegas autograph circuit despite latest revelations
In 2004, Pete Rose admitted he bet on baseball after nearly 15 years of denial. Now, the 17-time Major League Baseball all-star will admit just about anything you want him to, for the price of an autograph. Sunday and Monday afternoon, Rose sat in the front of ...
Charleston church slayings’ legacy should be a renewed sense of hope
It is impossible to know whether the Charleston tragedy someday will be seen as a turning point in the nation’s long, difficult struggle with race. But we can hope.
Sanders won’t beat Clinton, but he’ll affect her campaign
Here are the elements of a presidential candidacy bound to go nowhere: 1960s radical leftist. Lived on a kibbutz. Moved to Vermont in the tumult of 1968. Became a carpenter. Ran for governor twice and for Senate twice as a candidate for the socialist Liberty Union Party. Jewish — not an advantage in Iowa, New Hampshire or South Carolina. Would be 79 at the end of his first term. Bernie Sanders is not going to be president of the United States.
Failure is part of SpaceX progress
Only in the space industry can something as spectacular as an exploding rocket be considered part of the process. Such was the case Sunday when a SpaceX Falcon 9 blew up two minutes after liftoff.
GOP candidates’ job-creation records greatly exaggerated
Is it my imagination, or are half the governors in the country running for president?

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