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The week in 33 photos
Throwback Thursday: '64 World's Fair
While digging through a box that belonged to his father, Robert Ondrovic uncovered a collection of vintage photos that brought him back to the 1964 World's Fair.
Man leaves $1,000 tip for dog's surgery
Good people, not to mention good tippers, do exist. Christina Summitt knows that for sure now after what happened Saturday night.
The 'cold calling' pope
Heidi Schlumpf says if the Pope did tell an Argentinian woman married to a divorced man that she could take Communion, it may signify a softening of church rules on the divorced and sacraments
Huge iceberg splits off Antarctica
A massive iceberg with an area almost twice the size of Atlanta is moving into the ocean off Antarctica and could threaten shipping during the Antarctic winter, scientists say.
Boy finds mastodon tooth
Mastodons -- elephant-like beasts that lumbered across North America more than 10,000 years ago -- are long extinct, but apparently it wasn't tooth decay that did them in.
Earth-like planet circles distant star
It's like finding a needle in a universe-wide haystack. Researchers have located a planet roughly the size of Earth that could be habitable.
Gingrich: Twin dangers in Ukraine
Newt Gingrich says the stakes are high, and the U.S. needs to develop an approach that checks Russian expansion but doesn't blunder into war
Putin strategy: Good cop/bad cop
Alexander Motyl says as Russian President Putin snarled at Ukraine, his foreign minister was signing a conciliatory accord with the West. Whatever the game, the accord is a major stand down by Russia
A totally new kind of golf, dude
Mike Downey says the golf purists can take a hike; the game needs radical changes to win back fans and players.
Why Common Core tests are bad
Nicholas Tampio says teachers should not be pressured to teach to the Common Core tests and drain school budgets.
Pilot: Teen got ride of his life
Les Abend says at every turn, the stowaway teen defied the odds of discovery and survival. What pilot would have thought to look for a person in the wheel well?
Why middle class can't make rent
Robert Hickey says most new housing development is high-end, catering to high earners.
Meb Keflezighi is American; so am I
When some questioned if Boston Marathon winner Meb Keflezighi's "American" identity, it reminded writer Haimy Assefa of her journey as an Ethiopian-American who became 'black' in America.
Pujols goes yard twice to join 500 HR club
Albert Pujols has hit the 500th home run of his career, becoming the 26th player in major league history to reach that milestone.
Yankees' Pineda banned 10 games by MLB
New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda has been suspended 10 games by Major League Baseball "for possessing a foreign substance on his person" in Wednesday night's game against the Boston Red Sox.
49ers' Smith won't face felony in airport case
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office has referred Aldon Smith's airport arrest earlier this month to the Los Angeles city attorney's office for misdemeanor consideration.
Oscar Robertson: Melo should bolt Knicks
If Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson were advising Carmelo Anthony, he'd tell him to leave the New York Knicks this summer.
Sosa to 'clear it up,' sad to miss Cubs party
The Chicago Cubs feel like Sammy Sosa owes them an apology, and the former slugger told ESPNDeportes.com on Thursday that he is willing to sit down with the club to make amends.
Phelps wins 100 fly heat in comeback meet
Michael Phelps has qualified fastest for the 100-meter butterfly final in his first competition since retiring after the 2012 London Olympics.
Bobcats' McRoberts fined $20K for LeBron hit
Charlotte Bobcats forward Josh McRoberts was fined $20,000 by the NBA on Thursday for making excessive contact with his foul on LeBron James late in the Miami Heat's victory in Game 2 of their first-round playoff series.
Tommy John stunned by surgery 'epidemic'
Former major league pitcher Tommy John says it's "unreal" that so many pitchers need elbow surgery 40 years after he was the first to undergo the procedure that now bears his name.
Sherman: 'Dollars' best way to show respect
Richard Sherman feels the best way the Seattle Seahawks could show him their appreciation is by showing him the money.
Kosar: Concussions cost me broadcasting job
Former Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar believes he has been removed as a TV commentator for Cleveland's preseason games because of slurred speech he attributes to concussions sustained in the NFL.
NFL RB over 50? Herschel says he can do it
An NFL running back at 52 years old? Herschel Walker says it wouldn't be a problem for him.

Suspended Cooke apologizes for Barrie hit
Suspended winger Matt Cooke of the Minnesota Wild apologized Thursday for the knee-to-knee hit that injured Colorado's Tyson Barrie during their first-round playoff series.
D'Antoni's brother hired as coach at Marshall
The Marshall Thundering Herd have filled their coaching vacancy with NBA assistant Dan D'Antoni, athletic director Mike Hamrick announced Thursday.
Reds' Chapman faces hitters, is 'electrifying'
Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman, who has been on the DL since being struck in the head by a line drive on March 19, faced live hitters for the first time since the incident on Wednesday.
Hot ticket: Pack-Seahawks most expensive
As NFL schedules were announced on Wednesday night, many season ticket holders scrambled to the secondary market to list their game tickets.