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Pa. state pension system trims its investment expectations

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Carli Lloyd delivers big message from U.S. women with tiny golf clap

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Odubel Herrera’s leave extended through July 1 after Phillies outfielder waives Atlantic City court appearance

The Phillies outfielder was scheduled to appear on a complaint of assaulting his 20-year-old girlfriend inside an Atlantic City casino.

Comcast will now let people with disabilities control their TVs with their eyes

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