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PHT: Malkin shows no rust in return; Pens win
Evgeni Malkin had a goal and an assist in his return from a concussion and Sidney Crosby contributed the same stats as the Penguins rallied to beat the Lightning 4-3.

Locust swarms plague Egypt and Israel

Science editor Alan Boyle's blog: Three weeks before Passover, a plague of locusts is swarming from Egypt to Israel, sparking fears among farmers in the region.

Tim Gunn treats 'Loser' players to makeovers

On Monday, the five remaining players and the three kid participants celebrated -- in style. "Project Runway's" resident fashion guru guided the "Losers" to their new looks.

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Man who shot Show Low officer killed after standoff
Show Low police say Daniel Erickson shot Officer Reed at about 1:30 p.m. outside an Arby's restaurant, and the motive for the shooting wasn't immediately clear.

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Bringing you all the latest results, updates and information from local polling stations on Election Day.

Bordow: Move to Phoenix Country Club will benefit Schwab Cup
This is the final Charles Schwab Cup at Desert Mountain. For the next two years the tournament will be held at Phoenix Country Club.

Photos: Election Day in Arizona 2016

Police arrest hit-and-run suspect in Scottsdale doctor's fatal 2015 crash
At the time of his death, Dr. Robert Arceci was hematology/oncology division chief at Phoenix Children's Hospital and co-director of the hospital's Ronald A. Matricaria Institute of Molecular Medicine, which uses genomic medicine to aid children with hard-to-treat cancers.

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Widespread Cyberattack Hits Major European Companies
Russia's top oil producer Rosneft said a large-scale cyberattack hit its servers on Tuesday and computer systems at some banks and the main airport in neighboring Ukraine were also disrupted.
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The Supreme Court is taking up a dispute over Iran antiquities in a terror case.

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How to Make a Baby's Breath Crown
A baby's breath crown is a fun way to add some style to your outfit. For example, you could wear a baby’s breath crown to a summer music festival to create a 1960s flower child look. Alternatively, you may want to include baby's breath crowns in your wedding. For example, these accessories will look super cute on a flower girl. In order to make a baby's breath crown, you will need to create a wire or stem base, attach the flowers, and then add extra decorations such as ribbons and bows.
How to Mute Sounds on the Apple Watch
If you're out and about wearing your Apple Watch but don't want to hear or disturb others with its noises, you can simply turn off the sound. This wikiHow will tell you how that's done.
How to Do Viking Braids
If you’re a fan of braided hairstyles, you’ll never get bored. From French to fishtail to Dutch to waterfall, there is no shortage of unique braid styles. If you’re looking for a fierce yet simple new braid to try, look no further than the Viking braid. Popularized by the television show Vikings, these braids have become extremely trendy. Because there are so many variations of this style, you even have room to get creative.
How to Help Your Child Deal with Cliques
If your child needs help dealing with a clique, you should get more information from teachers and encourage your child to talk to you and other authority figures. Equip your child with conflict resolution and anger management techniques. Organize a conflict mediation session that includes parents, teachers, and other stakeholders if necessary. Your child might also need help dealing with a clique they are in. Help your child avoid feeling trapped or constrained by their clique by encouraging them to extend their peer group and take a leadership role within the clique.
How to Treat Psoriasis on Your Face
Psoriasis is a medical condition in which there is a buildup of rough, dry, and dead skin cells that creates reddish-pink skin areas. It can occur anywhere on the body, even on the face. If you have psoriasis on your face, you will want to treat it carefully, as the face has very sensitive areas of skin. In most cases, it is most effective to use a variety of treatment types to minimize psoriasis, including traditional medicine and natural medicine. These treatments include topical medications, light therapy, and supplements to your diet.