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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Donald Trump endorsed venture capitalist and “Hillbilly Elegy” author J.D. Vance in the crowded May 3 Republican primary for US Senate in Ohio, offering support that could decide a close race in a key election for determining control of the chamber in November.Trump endorsed Vance despite the candidate’s previous comments criticizing the former president and a last-minute push by Republican officials in Ohio urging Trump to stay out of the race.

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Chinese state TV shows three astronauts landing following six-month mission on space station.

MONTREAL — Anthony Beauvillier received a bunch of text messages from local friends forewarning him about how loud the crowd at Bell Centre would be on Friday night with Carey Price returning to the Canadiens’ lineup for the first time this season after a tumultuous personal trek.

Utah Sen. Mike Lee worked on early efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election, helping push legally dubious schemes to keep then-President Donald Trump in power, before he shifted course and quickly backed away. His efforts, revealed in text messages obtained by the House panel investigating last year’s Capitol insurrection, drew quick condemnation Friday from his reelection challengers. Lee encouraged top Trump advisers to embrace Sidney Powell, a Republican lawyer who later spread wild and baseless claims of a rigged election. The messages from Lee to then-White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and Rep. Chip Roy, a Texas Republican, were first reported by CNN.

SUNRISE, Fla. — Jonathan Huberdeau flashed a smile while his second shot of the game found the back of the Winnipeg Jets’ net and he crashed into the boards behind the goal. Less than five minutes were gone and the All-Star forward already had two goals to start the Florida Panthers on their…

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has attended a massive civilian parade in the capital, Pyongyang, celebrating a milestone birth anniversary of his state-founding grandfather in which thousands marched in a choreographed display of loyalty to the Kim family. State media reports Saturday didn’t mention any speech or comments made by Kim during Friday’s event and it appeared the country passed its biggest holiday without showcasing its military hardware, amid heightened tensions over its nuclear program. Commercial satellite images in recent weeks have indicated preparations for a large military parade, which could take place on the April 25 founding anniversary of North Korea’s army and display the most advanced weapons in Kim’s nuclear arsenal, such as ICBMs. 

LOS ANGELES — His stock was soaring, his future stardom seemingly assured, when last October a defender rolled over Drake London's right ankle as he fell into the end zone. All of a sudden, everything was in doubt.

TIJUANA, Mexico — Semen Bobrovskii, who is Russian, and Daria Sakhniuk, who is Ukrainian, planned to get married this month in Kyiv. But the war between their two countries changed those plans.

Employees at two Verizon stores north of Seattle in Everett and Lynnwood have won their union election, making them the first unionized Verizon stores in the country outside of New York. The Daily Herald reports the near-unanimous victory Friday represents the latest in a growing labor movement that includes the unionization of Starbucks stores and an Amazon warehouse. The victory earns workers the right to bargain with Verizon over pay and working conditions. Austin Hitch, a Verizon employee and organizer in the union campaign, said employees want cost-of-living raises and more control of their schedules. Verizon did not respond to messages from the newspaper seeking comment.

Rapper Bankroll Freddie is in an Arkansas jail after his arrest on drug and weapons charges. The 27-year-old performer, known offstage as Freddie Demarus Gladney of Conway, Arkansas, was arrested Thursday during a traffic stop for speeding on Interstate 55 in Marion, Arkansas, almost 20 miles from Memphis, Tennesse. Arkansas State Police spokesman Bill Sadler says a search of Freddie's truck yielded a gun, 21 pounds of marijuana and 171 grams of the prescription sedative promethazine. He's held in the Crittenden County Detention Center on state drug and weapons charges pending delivery to the FBI on federal charges.

The major leagues celebrated the 75th anniversary of the day Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color barrier with a celebration of his life and an evaluation of how much farther the sport still must go. Every player, coach and umpire on major league fields Friday wore Robinson’s No. 42, as they have on April 15 since 2009. But for the first time, every team wore the numerals in the famed Dodger blue to highlight this milestone anniversary of the day Robinson first took the field with the Dodgers at Brooklyn’s Ebbets Field in 1947. The day is particularly special at Dodger Stadium, where Robinson’s memory never fades.

NEW YORK — When one of the five tipsters in line to split a Crime Stoppers reward pointed out subway shooting suspect Frank James to police, a responding officer called out: “Hey, Frank.”

BOSTON — Byron Buxton appeared in his 500th game with the Twins on Friday. Perhaps out of habit, the Twins fear it might be awhile before he plays his 501st.

Atlanta Hawks center Clint Capela missed the second half of the play-in game against Cleveland with a right knee hyperextension. Capela was helped off the floor late in the first half. His knee bent awkwardly after he fouled Cleveland’s Evan Mobley with 30 seconds left. After Mobley tumbled backward into him, the 6-foot-10 Capela immediately grabbed his knee while writhing in pain on the floor. After he was checked by team medical personnel, Capela was helped to his feet and needed assistance walking off while barely putting any weight on his knee. 

The Oakland Athletics placed outfielder Stephen Piscotty on the COVID-19 injured list and put catcher Austin Allen and left-handers A.J. Puk and Kirby Snead on the restricted list before Friday’s game in Toronto. To enter Canada, the Canadian government requires a person must have received a second vaccine dose — or one dose of Johnson & Johnson — at least 14 days prior to entry. Players are not paid and do not accrue major league service time while on the restricted list.

BOISE, Idaho — Idaho Gov. Brad Little will not debate his challengers.

Vancouver captain Bo Horvat is expected to be out at least two weeks after taking a shot off his right ankle in the Canucks’  7-1 home victory over Arizona on Thursday night. Fighting for a playoff spot, the Canucks said the center will be re-evaluated in two weeks, a timeline that means he may have played his last game of the regular season. Horvat was hit by Anton Stralman’s shot. The Canucks also said Nils Hoglander had surgery to repair a core muscle/groin injury and that there is no timeline for his return.

CHICAGO — An independent investigation into the NHL Players Association’s response to former Chicago Blackhawks prospect Kyle Beach’s sexual assault allegation couldn’t find “any wrongdoing” in how executive director Don Fehr and others handled the complaint.

U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski continues to have a substantial cash advantage over her opponent backed by former President Donald Trump. A filing with the Federal Election Commission shows the Republican Murkowski brought in more than $1.5 million in the three-month period ending March 31. Murkowski ended the quarter with $5.2 million on hand and no debt. Republican Kelly Tshibaka, who is challenging Murkowski, reported raised $673,383 last quarter, a total that included donations from a fundraiser at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. As of March 31, Tshibaka had $967,600 on hand with just over $95,000 in debts. Filings from other candidates in the race weren't immediately available.

PHILADELPHIA — The narrative is out there.

Students hospitalized after military ball; overdose suspected

Maricopa County leaders may appoint one of three Republicans running to replace former County Attorney Allister Adel to temporarily fill her post. But first, the Board of Supervisors wants all three to interview for the interim position. They also said Friday that they want the candidates to say whether they think the GOP-dominated board made a mistake by certifying the 2020 election results. Some Republicans have criticized the board for certifying President Joe Biden’s win but it has steadfastly stood by the results. The three Republicans are Anni Foster, Gina Godbehere and Rachel Mitchell. The lone Democrat is Julie Gunnigle. Appointing one of the GOP candidates would give them an advantage and Gunnigle says the office needs someone to lead, not campaign for office. 

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