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Orlando Cepeda death: San Francisco Giants great and Hall of Famer nicknamed ‘Baby Bull’ dies at 86

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abc13.com – ESPN – 2024-06-29 12:57:05

SUMMARY: Orlando Cepeda, the Hall of Fame first baseman known as “Baby Bull,” passed away at 86. The San Francisco Giants and family announced his death during a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Cepeda was celebrated for his major league career, notably with the Giants and Cardinals. He won the 1958 NL Rookie of the Year, and the 1967 NL MVP, and was an 11-time All-Star with a career .297 average, 379 home runs, and 1,365 RBIs. Cepeda’s arrest in 1975 delayed his Hall of Fame induction until 1999. His wife, Nydia, stated he died peacefully at home.

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Police still looking for mother of newborn baby found in Lubbock dumpster

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www.kxan.com – Caitlyn Rooney – 2024-07-21 22:33:30

SUMMARY: In Lubbock, Texas, a newborn baby was found in a dumpster near 4th Street and Cherry Avenue early Saturday morning. The Lubbock Police Department (LPD) issued a statement seeking the public's help to locate the mother. LPD has refrained from commenting on the baby's due to the ongoing investigation. Authorities expressed gratitude for the community's support and urged people to focus their efforts on aiding the investigation. Anyone with relevant information is asked to contact Crime Line at (806)-741-1000. Further details are currently unavailable.

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'Good moment for democracy': UT historian says there is precedent of presidents stepping aside

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www.kxan.com – Sam Stark – 2024-07-21 20:39:54

SUMMARY: A University of Texas at Austin historian, Jeremy Suri, commented on President Joe Biden's decision to withdraw from the 2024 reelection campaign, stating it aligns with a historical tradition of presidents stepping aside for the country's best interest. Suri highlighted examples, including George Washington and Ulysses S. Grant, reflecting that voluntary resignation supports democratic principles. He praised Biden's courage and viewed the move as beneficial for democracy, noting Biden's consideration for voter concerns about his age. Suri emphasized that Biden's decision strengthens democratic processes by allowing party turnover without forcefully holding onto power.

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Who could Kamala Harris pick as vice president if she wins the Democratic nomination?

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abc13.com – ABCNews – 2024-07-21 20:38:02

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As Vice President Kamala Harris begins her 2024 presidential campaign following President Joe Biden's decision not to seek reelection, potential running mates include:

  1. Gretchen Whitmer: Michigan Governor since 2018, known for action on clean water, equal pay, and discrimination issues.
  2. Josh Shapiro: Pennsylvania Governor since 2023, recognized for reopening I-95 quickly after its collapse.
  3. Roy Cooper: North Carolina Governor focusing on job creation, education, and the opioid crisis.
  4. Phil Murphy: New Jersey Governor promoting minimum wage hikes, family leave, and gun safety.
  5. Andy Beshear: Kentucky Governor leading educational and healthcare reforms.
  6. Wes Moore: Maryland Governor and former U.S. Army captain.
  7. J.B. Pritzker: Illinois Governor known for progressive reforms.
  8. Mark Kelly: Arizona Senator, former Navy pilot, and astronaut, advocating military aid.

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