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New York governor's team savaged for ethics investigation meddling

After promising an independent commission to investigate corruption in New York State government, and then abruptly ending the commission's work, The New York Times publishes full details of the work of the committee. Ranging from inappropriate influence and allegations of meddling from supporters and members of Governor Andrew Cuomo's administrative team, the detailed dissection of the goings on are likely not be the type of influential media coverage a politician hopes for just months before a re-election campaign.

Popular actor James Garner dead in Los Angeles at 86

Down-to-earth actor James Garner, born James Scott Bumgarner in Norman, Oklahoma on 7 April 1928, won acclaim in successful television series as a popular weekly guest in viewers homes. Grandson of a native-American, he gave his production company the Cherokee name.

LeBron James is returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers

The big news in sports comes from basketball, where star player LeBron James announced he will return to Cleveland, Ohio to play for the Cavaliers.


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