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  1. Team Bush makes oppo moves against Rubio, Kasich and other rivals

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    Team Bush is on the offensive, dispatching trackers to rivals’ events, including Marco Rubio yesterday in Iowa, and opposition researchers to John Kasich’s congressional library in Ohio. …

  2. Confusion, horror and heroism in Oregon shooting


    ROSEBURG, Ore. — Twenty-year-old Marc Beckwith was in Room 16 of Snyder Hall, preparing for his computer lab. Cassandra Welding, also 20, was slipping into the lab room just as a familiar figure was slipping out. …

    A police officer posts a time line of the events that occurred during the shooting at Umpqua Community College before the start of a news conference on Saturday in Roseburg, Ore.
  3. Florida universities outline response to emergencies like Oregon mass shooting


    After nine people were killed Thursday by a gunman who also killed himself at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, the Tampa Bay Times asked university police departments across the Tampa Bay area and Florida to explain how they would handle an active shooter situation and other emergencies on campus. …

  4. Prognosis good for Cards OF after collision


    PITTSBURGH — Cardinals LF Stephen Piscotty was released from a hospital Tuesday, less than 24 hours after a violent outfield collision that silenced a ballpark. The prognosis was so positive that the rookie could play again before the regular season ends Sunday. …

  5. Review: 'The Martian' is smart sci-fi with a dose of humanity


    Ridley Scott's The Martian is a brainy blockbuster, melding genuine science and fiction into a rare popcorn epic that actually makes you feel smarter for watching. …

    The only alien in The Martian is actually a human marooned on the red planet: astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon).
  6. Browns, suspended assistant part ways


    CLEVELAND — The Browns and suspended offensive line coach Andy Moeller have ended their association. …

  7. Israel bars Palestinians from entering Old City after deadly attacks


    JERUSALEM - In a move that Israeli police themselves called "drastic," security forces on Sunday barred Palestinians from entering Jerusalem's Old City after last week's fatal stabbing of an off-duty Israeli soldier and a well-known rabbi. …

  8. Rays new brain trust learns some hard lessons



    Kevin Cash, left, and baseball Matt Silverman chat during spring training, just before an eventful first season running the Rays.
  9. Airstrike hits Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan, killing 19 (w/video)


    KABUL, Afghanistan — An airstrike apparently carried out by U.S. forces heavily damaged a charitable hospital in northern Afghanistan on Saturday, killing at least 19 people — three of them reportedly children — in an incident that a senior U.N. official equated to a war crime. …

    The burnt Doctors Without Borders hospital is seen after an explosion in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz on Saturday. [M?decins Sans Fronti?res via AP]
  10. Sports in brief


    SOCCER COURT: SOLO CAN STILL FACE ASSAULT CHARGES U.S. national team goalkeeper Hope Solo could again face assault charges stemming from an altercation last year with family members after a Washington state appeals court on Friday reversed a lower court's dismissal of the case.  …

  11. A retired trauma doctor, his future out of his control, wonders what his next chapter will be


    The doctor waited in the emergency room for the crush of patients to come. A mile away, a nail-laden bomb had splintered the summer night, wounding more than 100 people in Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park. …

    Dr. David Kramer works in the emergency room at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago circa 1988.