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|IRS draws new criticism over $70M bonuses||Blackhawks beat Bruins 6-5 in OT, tie series 2-2|
The Internal Revenue Service is drawing new criticism over plans to hand out millions of dollars in employee bonuses.
|BOSTON (AP) — The Chicago Blackhawks kept taking the lead until there were no more chances for Boston to come back and tie it.|
|New Colorado wildfire breaks out||A title, and legacies, on the line for Heat, Spurs|
A new wildfire near Denver forces evacuations.
MIAMI (AP) — Game 7s do more than settle championships. They define legacies.
|Compromise among senators eyed on border security||Body found near Patriot's home was homicide victim|
WASHINGTON (AP) — After secretive talks, key senators expressed optimism Wednesday night that they were closing in on a bipartisan agreement to toughen the border security requirements in immigration legislation that also offers a path to citizenship to millions living in the country illegally.
BOSTON (AP) — A man found dead in an industrial park about a mile from New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez's home had been killed, a prosecutor said Wednesday.
|AP PHOTOS: The career of James Gandolfini||Woods to rest elbow, skip AT&T National|
James Gandolfini, who won three Emmy Awards for his indelible role as mob boss Tony Soprano in HBO's "The Sopranos," died while on vacation in Italy at age 51. While Tony Soprano was a larger-than-life figure, Gandolfini was exceptionally modest and obsessive — he described himself as "a 260-pound Woody Allen." HBO called the actor a "special man, a great talent, but more importantly a gentle and loving person who treated everyone, no matter their title or position, with equal respect."
In little more than a month, Tiger Woods went from being tough to beat to having a tough time even playing.
|10 Things to Know for Thursday||Mattingly, Dodgers salvage split at Yankee Stadium|
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
NEW YORK (AP) — Yasiel Puig kicked back in his chair, his well-worn uniform streaked in red clay, and calmly answered questions in Spanish. Then, suddenly, he threw his hands in the air and shouted, "Pow!"