“This is a benchmark day for retired players who are watching the hourglass and wondering when our time is going to run out,’’ said plaintiff Peter Cronan.
George Zimmerman’s wife speaks of strain
Shellie Zimmerman said in an ABC interview that she’s going to have to ‘‘think about’’ whether she stays married to him.
Federal officials set policy on states’ marijuana laws
By Pete Yost and Gene Johnson
As long as pot is kept away from kids, the black market, and federal property, states can let people use the drug and license people to grow it, the Justice Department said.
Texas man guilty in murder for hire
By Betsy Blaney
A 52-year-old man who prosecutors say was paid in silver bars by a plastic surgeon to kill a love rival pleaded guilty to capital murder.
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