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Guantanamo decays as politicians ruminate

Although President Barack Obama pledged last year to revive his efforts to close Guantanamo, his administration has managed to free just one low-level prisoner this year, leaving 79 who are approved for transfer to other countries. It has also not stopped resistance in Congress to moving the remaining 70 higher-level detainees to a prison inside the United States.

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Judging the Royals

Why can’t the best relievers pitch two innings?

A manager sends a reliever out to pitch the 10th inning, he blows the opposition away and then the manager pulls him after three outs. The next pitcher gets lit up, and fans want to know why the guy who was pitching well didn’t stay for another inning. Case in point: Several fans questioned why Royals manager Ned Yost had to go to Scott Downs in the 11th inning of Saturday night’s 3-2 loss to the Cleveland Indians.

Blair Kerkhoff

Great escapes mark college football’s opening act

Florida State and Alabama entered the season as the top two teams in college football. But both were pushed into the fourth quarter of their season openers at neutral sites. And look for Texas A&M to make the biggest jump in national perception after the Aggies’ resounding victory at South Carolina.

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