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Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank smiles during a news conference announcing the city is getting a Major League Soccer expansion team on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, in Atlanta. MLS announced its newest franchise, unveiling a the team for Atlanta that will begin play in 2017 at the city's new retractable roof stadium. (AP Photo/David Goldman)ATLANTA (AP) — Arthur Blank donned traditional soccer garb to mark his newest venture — an MLS team for Atlanta.


MIAMI (AP) — Finally, the NBA playoffs are set.

Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant gestures following a basket in the first quarter of an NBA basketball game against the Detroit Pistons in Oklahoma City, Wednesday, April 16, 2014. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Detroit Pistons had Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. The Oklahoma City Thunder had Kevin Durant. Even on a career night for Caldwell-Pope, advantage Oklahoma City.


Memphis Grizzlies guard Mike Conley (11) is fouled as he attempts to shoot against Dallas Mavericks guards Monta Ellis (11) and Vince Carter on his way to the basket with 1.1 seconds left in overtime of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, April 16, 2014, in Memphis, Tenn. Conley scored at the free-throw line to win the game for the Grizzlies 106-105. (AP Photo/Lance Murphey)MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The Memphis Grizzlies had every reason to ease up in the regular season finale after pushing hard the past three months to reach the postseason.


Boston Red Sox's Jackie Bradley Jr. hits a two-run double off Chicago White Sox second baseman Leury Garcia, who was pitching in relief, during the 14th inning of a baseball game Thursday, April 17, 2014, in Chicago. Daniel Nava and Jonathan Herrera scored on the play. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)CHICAGO (AP) — The Boston Red Sox used patience and 15 walks to rally and force extra innings.


FILE - In this Oct. 20, 2013, file photo, Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson (28) runs ahead of San Francisco 49ers defenders Demarcus Dobbs (83) and NaVorro Bowman (53) on a touchdown reception in an NFL football game in Nashville, Tenn. The New York Jets signed the former Titans running back Wednesday, April 16, a little over a week after he was officially released by Tennessee on April 7. (AP Photo/Wade Payne, File)NEW YORK (AP) — Always fast on the field, Chris Johnson is looking to quickly prove his critics wrong.


In this photo taken March 29, 2014, amputee marathon runners Jeff Glasbrenner, left, Chris Madison, center, and Andre Slay go through an exercise where they remove their running legs and adjust fittings in Little Rock, Ark. the runners must stop periodically in a race and try to loose as little time as possible. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Just one tiny misstep at mile 15 of the Boston Marathon last spring ruined any chance of amputee runner Jeff Glasbrenner breaking four hours.


Dallas Stars' Ryan Garbutt falls to the ice after he was checked by Anaheim Ducks' Bryan Allen during the third period in Game 1 of the first-round NHL hockey Stanley Cup playoff series on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, in Anaheim, Calif. The Ducks won 4-3. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — The Anaheim Ducks roared to a big early lead before blowing three-quarters of it. They skated circles around the Dallas Stars early, only to hold on by their fingernails late.


Los Angeles Angels' Mike Trout point to first base after scoring on a hit by Howie Kendrick during the ninth inning of a baseball game against the Oakland Athletics, Wednesday, April 16, 2014, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Chris Iannetta swung the bat like a guy who definitely didn't want to catch one more inning.


Oscar Pistorius, middle, accompanied by brother Carl Pistorius, behind, and police officers leaves the high court in Pretoria, South Africa, Wednesday, April 16, 2014. Pistorius is charged with murder for the shooting death of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, on Valentines Day in 2013. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)PRETORIA, South Africa (AP) — The prosecutor at the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius, a double-amputee Olympian, cross-examined one of the defense's forensic experts Thursday after the judge overseeing the case warned spectators watching the televised proceedings in an adjacent room for their "unruly" behavior.


England's Lee Westwood shrugged off jet lag and an opening bogey to fire a superb seven-under-par 65 to lead the field after his first round at the European Tour's Malaysian Open on Thursday. Westwood fired eight birdies in his early round at the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club after completing the marathon journey from Augusta, Georgia where he finished seventh at the U.S. Masters on Sunday. Former world number one Westwood, now ranked 36th, is without a win since claiming the 2012 Nordea Masters in Sweden but put himself in position to change that after grabbing a one-shot lead over Nicolas Colsaerts of Belgium (66). It's obviously very hot and you have to keep hydrated." Northern Ireland's Michael Hoey was two shots back of Westwood, who won the Malaysian Open in 1997, in third after a 67, with diminutive South African Jbe Kruger (68) in fourth before play was halted because of a weather warning.

Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder during the second half of the NBA game against the Phoenix Suns at US Airways Center on April 6, 2014 in Phoenix, ArizonaKevin Durant's dunk with 16.5 seconds to play lifted Oklahoma City to a 112-111 victory over Detroit on the final night of the NBA regular season. With the victory, the Thunder secured the second seed in the Western Conference playoffs. Durant drove past Kyle Singler on the left side for the two-handed slam -- giving the Thunder their first lead since early in the third quarter. Detroit's Brandon Jennings couldn't get an off-balance three-point attempt to fall in at the buzzer.


An aerial shot shows the Olympic Stadium, which is closed for repair works on its roof, in Rio de JaneiroBy Pedro Fonseca RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazilian authorities unveiled an infrastructure budget of 24.1 billion reais ($10.76 billion) for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, 25 percent more than planned, as they try to reassure the world they can deliver facilities on time. The budget covers 27 projects in urban development and public transport, including 8 billion reais for a newly added fourth metro line for Rio, Brazil's congested second largest city, where getting around town is an ordeal. Other initially envisaged projects were excluded, such as the upgrade to Rio's international airport Galeao, which has been handed to private operators. Rio Mayor Eduardo Paes said the higher budget was due to the inclusion of new projects and inflation, which has blown up costs by 30 percent since Rio won hosting rights for the event in 2009.


Masahiro Tanaka of the New York Yankees delivers a pitch in the seventh inning against the Chicago Cubs during game one of a doubleheader on April 16, 2014 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York CityJapanese pitching ace Masahiro Tanaka delivered a dazzling 10 strikeouts and allowed just two bunt singles in the New York Yankees' 3-0 win over the Chicago Cubs. Tanaka, unfazed by unseasonably chilly weather at Yankee Stadium -- where snow fell overnight -- walked just one for the second time in three starts this season. He lowered his earned-run-average from 3.21 to 2.05, drawing praise from Yankees manager Joe Girardi for his smooth transition to America's major leagues. Tanaka had retired 15 straight Cubs batters before Anthony Rizzo's bunt single against the infield shift to begin the seventh inning.


Laboral Kutxa's US forward Lamar Odom (L) fends off Unicaja's US guard Earl Calloway during the Euroleague top 16 round 8 basketball match at the Fernando Buesa Arena sportshall in Vitoria on February 27, 2014Lamar Odom's twisting path from NBA champion with the Lakers to tabloid target along with reality TV star wife Khloe Kardashian has brought him, for now, to the New York Knicks. Knicks President Phil Jackson, who coached Odom on two Los Angeles Lakers title-winning teams in 2009 and 2010, announced Wednesday that the team has signed the veteran forward for the remainder of the season. Although Wednesday was the last day of regular-season games, the move gives the Knicks a chance to see Odom work out and assess his fitness before possibly committing to him for the 2014-15 campaign.


View of The Players Championship on May 12, 2013 in Ponte Vedra Beach, FloridaPonte Vedra Beach (United States) (AFP) - The Players Championship is abandoning its sudden-death playoff and switching to a three-hole aggregate playoff in a move that further separates the elite event from other US PGA Tour stops. The plan will go into effect for this year's tournament at TPC Sawgrass in May. Should the final round come down to a playoff, it will take place at holes 16, 17 and 18. "Holes 16, 17 and 18 of The Players Stadium Course are perhaps the most dramatic closing holes in professional golf from a risk-reward standpoint, as they test all facets of a player's physical and mental game while under the pressure of trying to win such a significant championship," PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem said in a statement on Wednesday. "Given the fact that winning The Players means you have defeated the strongest field in golf, we felt an aggregate playoff that incorporated these three holes was a more appropriate way to determine the champion."


Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank in the NFL NFC Championship football game in AtlantaBy David Beasley ATLANTA (Reuters) - Atlanta has landed a Major League Soccer expansion team that will play beginning in 2017 in the city's new open-air stadium downtown, officials announced on Wednesday. Arthur Blank, owner of the National Football League's Atlanta Falcons team and a co-founder of Home Depot Inc. purchased the new franchise, which will be the league's 22nd team, he told reporters. "This is an exciting day for Atlanta," Blank said. It's been a dream of ours." The Georgia Dome, Atlanta's current downtown football stadium, is scheduled to be torn down and replaced in 2017 with a $1 billion open-air facility with a retractable roof.


O.J. Mayo of the Milwaukee Bucks attempts a layup against the Boston Celtics at TD Garden on December 3, 2013 in BostonMilwaukee Bucks owner Herb Kohl said Wednesday he's selling the NBA team to an ownership group eager to keep the club in Milwaukee. Kohl, a former US Senator, said he had agreed to sell the club to hedge-fund billionaires Wesley Edens and Marc Lasry. The Bucks have struggled on the court this season, and will finish the 2013-14 campaign on Wednesday with the worst record in the league. But at least their new owners won't be taking them to a more lucrative market, since Kohl was insistent that he wanted them to stay in Milwaukee.


NBA: New York Knicks at Milwaukee BucksBy Svea Herbst-Bayliss (Reuters) - Hedge fund managers Marc Lasry and Wesley Edens are buying the National Basketball Association's Milwaukee Bucks for $550 million from businessman and former U.S. Senator Herb Kohl, becoming the latest Wall Street financiers to own a sports club. "I believe they are the right people and the right fit at the right time," Kohl said at a news conference in Milwaukee announcing the purchase as Lasry and Edens grinned nearby. The Bucks, valued by Forbes at $405 million and ranked as the last team in the 30-member league, have been on the block since late last year, Kohl said.


Park In-Bee of South Korea hits a shot during the final round of the World Ladies Championship golf tournament at Mission Hills Hainan in Haikou, on the southern Chinese island of Hainan, on March 9, 2014"Obviously the time has gone really fast," Park said. But she finished 36th in her title defense at the Kraft Nabisco Championship, the first major of the year, two weeks ago. Defending champion Suzann Pettersen of Norway, ranked second in the world, will miss her third successive event with a back injury. Hawaii native Michelle Wie, coming off a runner-up finish to fellow American Lexi Thompson at the Kraft Nabisco, will be looking for a strong performance in her return home.


Jamal Crawford of the Los Angeles Clippers shoots during their NBA games against the Denver Nuggets at Staples Center on April 15, 2014The Los Angeles Clippers rolled past Denver 117-105 for a club-record 57th win that kept their hopes of claiming the NBA Western Conference second seed alive. Blake Griffin had 24 points -- and was assessed his 16th technical foul of the season -- in the victory on Tuesday. Chris Paul added 21 points and 10 assists for Los Angeles, who must beat Portland on Wednesday, the last night of the regular season, and have the lowly Detroit Pistons beat the Thunder in Oklahoma City to earn the second seed behind San Antonio in the Western Conference playoffs.


Paul Pierce of the Brooklyn Nets stops a shot by New York Knicks' Amare Stoudemire at the Barclays Center on April 15, 2014The New York Knicks, missing injured Carmelo Anthony, beat the Brooklyn Nets 109-98 to keep their cross-town rivals from securing the fifth seed in the NBA Eastern Conference playoffs. Tim Hardaway scored 16 points Tuesday to lead the Knicks, who are finishing strong despite already being eliminated from post-season contention. The Knicks announced prior to the contest that Anthony would miss the remaining two games of their season after an MRI exam revealed he had a small tear in his right shoulder. The injury won't require surgery and Anthony will be re-evaluated in a month, the Knicks said.


Members of the Seattle Mariners stand during the national anthem on Jackie Robinson Day, at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas, on April 15, 2014Baseball celebrated Jackie Robinson, the 67th anniversary of his 1947 Brooklyn Dodgers debut that saw Robinson break the game's color barrier. At major league ballparks across the country on Tuesday, hundreds of players donned Robinson's jersey number 42 -- which was officially retired for all teams in 1997. Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig, who came up with the idea of retiring Robinson's number and celebrating the anniversary of his debut, received something of a thank-you gift on Tuesday. He was presented with a number 42 plaque by Jackie Robinson's daughter, Sharon Robinson, at the Major League Baseball Diversity Business Summit in New York.


Loul Deng of the Chicago Bulls celebrates hitting a shot at the United Center on November 18, 2013 in Chicago, IllinoisBritish Cleveland Cavaliers' basketball player Luol Deng was honored Tuesday with the NBA's J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award. The award, presented by the Professional Basketball Writers Association, recognizes an NBA player or coach for outstanding service and dedication to the community. The two-time All-Star created the Luol Deng Foundation, a global non-profit organization that uses basketball as a platform to give hope to the disadvantaged in Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States. The work in Africa focuses on building outdoor basketball courts and delivering initiatives to bring together local communities.


(Reuters) - The Memphis Grizzlies powered their way into the NBA playoffs and eliminated Phoenix from contention with a 97-91 road victory over the Suns on Monday. With both teams vying for the final spot in the Western Conference, Mike Conley delivered the go-ahead three-pointer with about a minute left to put Memphis ahead 93-91. Zach Randolph had 32 points and nine rebounds for the Grizzlies (49-32), who won their fourth straight to reach the postseason for a fourth consecutive season. Phoenix (47-34) were fighting to reach the playoffs for the first time since 2010.

Golden State Warriors' Andrew Bogut reacts during their loss to the San Antonio Spurs in their NBA Western Conference semi-final playoff basketball game in Oakland(Reuters) - The Golden State Warriors received some bad news ahead of the NBA playoffs on Monday with the team announcing that starting center Andrew Bogut has suffered a fractured rib and is out indefinitely. The 7ft (2.13m) Australian sustained the injury during Sunday's 119-117 overtime loss to the Portland Trail Blazers and X-rays taken of the injury a day later confirmed the fracture. Golden State has not given a timeline on Bogut's healing process but the setback comes at an inopportune time, with the post-season set to begin this weekend. The Warriors are currently the sixth seed in the Western Conference but face competition from Dallas and Memphis for that spot with two games of the regular season remaining.


Nene Hilario of the Washington Wizards, seen in action during an NBA game at Verizon Center in Washington, DC, on November 26, 2013Trevor Ariza scored a game-high 25 points on 10-of-13 shooting as the Washington Wizards cruised past the defending champion Miami Heat 114-93 at Verizon Center. Miami on Monday suffered its fourth loss in the last five contests which means they surrendered the Eastern Conference's top seed to the Indiana Pacers. The Heat, who rested both reigning NBA MVP LeBron James and centre Chris Bosh in their second to last game of the regular season, will be the number two seed when the postseason starts this weekend. The Heat allowed the Wizards to shoot an impressive 59 percent from the field and go 14-of-29 from three-point range.


(Reuters) - State of play in the National Basketball Association playoff race before the regular season ends on Wednesday. The top eight teams from each conference qualify for the postseason (x-clinched playoff berth, e-eliminated from playoffs contention). EASTERN CONFERENCE 1. x-Indiana Pacers 2. x-Miami Heat 3. x-Toronto Raptors 4. x-Chicago Bulls 5. x-Brooklyn Nets 6. x-Washington Wizards 7. x-Charlotte Bobcats 8. x-Atlanta Hawks - - 9. e-New York Knicks 10. e-Cleveland Cavaliers 11. e-Detroit Pistons 12. e-Boston Celtics 13. e-Orlando Magic 14. e-Philadelphia 76ers 15. ...

NBA: Phoenix Suns at Dallas Mavericks(Reuters) - The Indiana Pacers can secure the Eastern Conference's top seed without taking the court on Monday while the last entrant to the NBA's playoff field could be set with the Phoenix Suns facing a do-or-die game. The idle Pacers would secure the conference's top seed, and with it home-court advantage for each series they play before the NBA Finals, if the two-time defending champion Miami Heat lose their road game to the Washington Wizards. All eight of the East's playoff spots have been secured but the Western Conference has one available postseason ticket with three days left in the regular season. The Suns, one game back of the eighth seed in the West, look to keep the visiting Memphis Grizzlies from securing a trip to the postseason while keeping their own playoff hopes alive.


By Mark Lamport-Stokes AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - The 78th Masters began as one of the most wide open in decades, but it will not go down as a classic after a surprisingly Lackluster finish on Sunday when Bubba Watson clinched his second green jacket. Instead the only real fireworks during the final round occurred before the turn as 20-year-old American Jordan Spieth made his scintillating early run, four birdies and a bogey briefly putting him two ahead before he faded. With the notorious Augusta National layout running just about as fast and firm as it can after five days of unrelenting sunshine, danger lurked at every corner and damage limitation was a priority on Sunday rather than birdie hunting. Of the top 13 players by the time the tournament was over, 50-year-old Spaniard Miguel Angel Jimenez was the only one who covered the back nine under par, testimony to the tricky scoring conditions.
By Mark Lamport-Stokes AUGUSTA, Georgia, April 14 (Reuters) - The 78th Masters began as one of the most wide open in decades, but it will not go down as a classic after a surprisingly lacklustre finish on Sunday when Bubba Watson clinched his second green jacket. Instead the only real fireworks during the final round occurred before the turn as 20-year-old American Jordan Spieth made his scintillating early run, four birdies and a bogey briefly putting him two ahead before he faded. With the notorious Augusta National layout running just about as fast and firm as it can after five days of unrelenting sunshine, danger lurked at every corner and damage limitation was a priority on Sunday rather than birdie hunting. Of the top 13 players by the time the tournament was over, 50-year-old Spaniard Miguel Angel Jimenez was the only one who covered the back nine under par, testimony to the tricky scoring conditions.

U.S. golfer Couples reacts after missing a putt on the seventh hole during the final round of the Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in AugustaBy Tony Jimenez AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - The outstanding displays by veteran trio Miguel Angel Jimenez, Bernhard Langer and Fred Couples at the 78th Masters suggest that a 50-something major champion could be just around the corner. American Julius Boros is the oldest winner of a 'Big Four' event, having triumphed in the 1968 U.S. PGA Championship at the age of 48, but his record has been in danger of falling several times in recent years. Greg Norman went close in the 2008 British Open at Birkdale at the age of 53 and Tom Watson was nearer still in the same championship at Turnberry a year later, agonizingly missing out to fellow American Stewart Cink in a playoff at the age of 59. Couples, Langer and Jimenez have featured prominently on major leader boards in recent seasons and it came as no surprise when they all mounted a title challenge at Augusta National on Sunday.


April 14 (Reuters) - PGA Tour 2014 FedExCup points table onMonday (U.S. unless stated): 1. Jimmy Walker 2,046 points 2. Bubba Watson 1,840 3. Patrick Reed 1,343 4. Dustin Johnson 1,334 5. Harris English 1,253 6. Jordan Spieth 1,115 7. Chris Kirk 1,109 8. Zach Johnson 1,031 9. Matt Every 994 10. Webb Simpson 971 11. Matt Kuchar 936 12. Kevin Stadler 907 13. Ryan Moore 902 14. Will MacKenzie 880 15. John Senden (Australia) 844 16. Kevin Na 834 17. Matt Jones (Australia) 798 18. Graham DeLaet (Canada) 777 19. Jason Day (Australia) 769 20. Ryan Palmer 747 (Compiled by Josh Reich)
April 14 (Reuters) - Leading money winners on the 2014European Tour Race to Dubai on Monday: 1. Thomas Bjorn (Denmark) 1,202,769 euros 2. Jamie Donaldson (Wales) 1,194,572 3. Sergio Garcia (Spain) 923,085 4. Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa) 887,290 5. Victor Dubuisson (France) 875,354 6. Jonas Blixt (Sweden) 712,177 7. Charl Schwartzel (South Africa) 701,428 8. Miguel Angel Jimenez (Spain) 671,637 9. Stephen Gallacher (Scotland) 655,168 10. George Coetzee (South Africa) 562,577 11. Branden Grace (South Africa) 534,858 12. Henrik Stenson (Sweden) 516,529 13. ...
(Reuters) - The following buildings and strategic facilities under control of pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine as of 1000 GMT on Monday April 14. ...

Bubba Watson of the US waves after wearing his Green Jacket during a ceremony at the end of the 78th Masters Golf Tournament, at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, on April 13, 2014Augusta (United States) (AFP) - Big-driving Bubba Watson captured his second Masters title in three years, pulling away from Jordan Spieth on the back nine for a three-stroke victory at Augusta National. "I never loved green so much," Watson said. Spieth and Sweden's Jonas Blixt, each in his first Masters, shared second on 283 with 50-year-old Spaniard Miguel Angel Jimenez fourth on 284, Americans Rickie Fowler and Matt Kuchar sharing fifth on 286 and England's Lee Westwood seventh on 287. Spieth, a 20-year-old Texan, was trying to become the youngest champion in Masters history.


Head coach Frank Vogel of the Indiana Pacers speaks to Lance Stephenson during an NBA game at AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami, Florida, on May 24, 2013Lance Stephenson finished with 17 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists as Indiana beat Oklahoma City 102-97 to move a step closer to clinching home-court advantage throughout the Eastern Conference playoffs. Paul George hit the go-ahead three-pointer with just over two minutes left for the Pacers who climbed a half-game ahead of Miami, which was idle Sunday, for the top seed in the East. "We've been steadily improving," Indiana's David West said. The Pacers, who lost at Miami on Friday, finished with the NBA's best home mark at 35-6 and will complete the regular season Wednesday at Orlando.


By Larry Fine AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Bubba Watson had just won his second Masters in three years, by the comfortable margin of three strokes, and the long-hitting lefty sounded like he needed to pinch himself to believe it. There is no telling how joining the ranks of Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson, Tom Watson and Seve Ballesteros as a winner of a pair of Masters titles will affect him. "Learning to be a dad and then learning to have a green jacket with you is two big things to adjust to," explained Watson. "Finally I got adjusted to it and here we are, another green jacket," said Watson.

U.S. golfer Bubba Watson finishes play in the third round of the Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in AugustaBy Mark Lamport-Stokes AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Bubba Watson withstood an inspired early challenge from playing partner Jordan Spieth to clinch the Masters for a second time in three years with a three-shot victory at Augusta National on Sunday. Trailing the prodigiously talented Spieth by two strokes after seven holes, the left-handed Watson took advantage of a faltering run by his fellow American around the turn as he upped his own game, then maintained control on the back nine. Fan favorite Watson, who landed his first major title with a thrilling playoff win over South African Louis Oosthuizen in 2012, mixed five birdies with two bogeys to card a three-under-par 69 on a warm but mainly overcast afternoon. After being warmly embraced by his caddie, Watson shook hands with Spieth before he was then congratulated greenside by his wife Angie and their two-year-old boy Caleb.


San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith, pictured in California on September 22, 2013, has been detained at an LA airport after he allegedly told police he had a bombSan Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith has been detained at a Los Angles airport after he allegedly told police he had a bomb, the US media reported. Police said in a statement Sunday that Smith was "being uncooperative with security personnel and stating he had a bomb." The 24-year-old was apparently then transported to the booking area of the airport, the San Jose Mercury News reported. The Mercury News said Smith was going through security screening when he was randomly chosen for a more thorough search which caused him to become "belligerent" with the airport officials.


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