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Lightning stay alive by beating Avalanche in tight Game 5

Dreams of a Stanley Cup three-peat remain alive for the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Lightning fought through injuries and a raucous Ball Arena crowd to beat the Avalanche in Game 5 by a score of 3-2. Colorado remains a win away from the Cup with a 3-2 series lead. Game...
TAMPA, FL
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The long, tangled story behind country-of-origin labels

This is just one of the stories from our “I’ve Always Wondered” series, where we tackle all of your questions about the world of business, no matter how big or small. Ever wondered if recycling is worth it? Or how store brands stack up against name brands? Check out more from the series here.
ECONOMY
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Lydia Ko and Ryan Fox hunting wins after scorching second rounds

Lydia Ko has a share of second-place heading into the third round of the Women’s PGA Championship, but can anybody catch scorching South Korean In Gee Chun?. As good as Ko’s smooth five-under 67 at the Congressional Country Club’s Blue Course in Bethesda, Maryland on Saturday morning (NZT) was, she’s still six shots back from Chun.
BETHESDA, MD
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Where city meets forest, white-tailed deer emerge to snack until something startles

Where city meets forest, white-tailed deer emerge to snack until something startles. It’s hard to believe that a mammal as big as a deer is found in a city as urban as Cambridge, but the deer are here. In early colonial days, the animals were numerous, including on nearby islands. Deer Island in Boston Harbor was named “because of the Deare which often swimme thither from the Maine [the mainland], when they are chased by the woolves: some have killed sixteene Deere in a day upon this land.”
BOSTON, MA

Peter Higgs Didn't Expect Higgs Boson Will Be Discovered in His Lifetime; A Look Back Before the Discovery of 'God's Particle'

(Photo : Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images) MEYRIN, SWITZERLAND - APRIL 19: A general view of MEDICIS which is under construction during a behind the scenes tour at CERN, the World's Largest Particle Physics Laboratory on April 19, 2017 in Meyrin, Switzerland. MEDICIS (Medical Isotopes Collected from ISOLDE) is a research facility at CERN that will make radioisotopes for medical applications. The facility will use a proton beam at ISOLDE to produce the isotopes, which are first destined for hospitals and research centres in Switzerland, and will progressively extend to a larger network of laboratories in Europe and beyond. Such isotopes are used in medicine to highlight specific cells for imaging, or to target them for destruction.
ASTRONOMY
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