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|Obama's job approval rating slips||A title, and legacies, on the line for Heat, Spurs|
And, fewer Americans use the "S" word to describe him, a new poll shows.
MIAMI (AP) — Game 7s do more than settle championships. They define legacies.
|Senators float new student loan proposal||Mum's the word on Hossa amid NHL's injury culture|
WASHINGTON (AP) — Students applying for financial aid for the coming school year could find some comfort in a bipartisan student loan compromise taking shape in the Senate that would prevent interest rates from doubling and set a single rate each year for undergraduate students, rich or poor.
BOSTON (AP) — Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville didn't want to talk about the injury that forced him to scratch forward Marian Hossa from the Stanley Cup finals against the Boston Bruins.
|Obama urges 'bold' nuclear cuts in Berlin speech||LeBron excited for title-deciding Game 7|
BERLIN (AP) — Summoning the harsh history of this once-divided city, President Barack Obama on Wednesday cautioned the U.S. and Europe against "complacency" brought on by peace, pledging to cut America's deployed nuclear weapons by one-third if Cold War foe Russia does the same.
MIAMI (AP) — LeBron James could not sleep after Game 6.
|FBI ends Michigan search for Hoffa's remains||Spurs break bread, try to move on from collapse|
OAKLAND TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Beneath a swimming pool, under a horse farm and now a weed-grown field north of Detroit. For at least the third time in a decade, FBI agents grabbed shovels and combed through dirt and mud in the search for Jimmy Hoffa's remains or clues to the disappearance of the former Teamsters boss.
|MIAMI (AP) — The San Antonio Spurs are hoping the road to recovery from an incredible collapse in Game 6 goes through their stomachs.|
|US tries saving Taliban talks after Karzai objects||Woods to rest elbow, skip AT&T National|
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Hopes dimmed for talks aimed at ending the Afghan war when an angry President Hamid Karzai on Wednesday suspended security negotiations with the U.S. and scuttled a peace delegation to the Taliban, sending American officials scrambling to preserve the possibility of dialogue with the militants.
In little more than a month, Tiger Woods went from being tough to beat to having a tough time even playing.