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A celebration of fake books

www.cbsnews.com - 29 minutes ago
A first-of-its-kind exhibit in New York City is drawing crowds of book enthusiasts. Ironically, none of the books featured are real. People who judge these so-called "Blooks" by their covers will have a surprise in store when they discover what's inside
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Mets’ Francisco Lindor taking and giving advice as he settles into season

nypost.com - 34 minutes ago
As he settles into his Mets tenure, Francisco Lindor has been both the benefactor and giver of advice on big contracts and calling New York home. The incoming insight has come from his good friend and countryman Carlos Beltran, who knows a thing or two
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iPad exclusive: After 8 years, an arrest in the Lovelace case

www.cbsnews.com - 36 minutes ago
Reporter Bob Gough on why it took so long to charge former prosecutor Curtis Lovelace in the death of wife, Cory Lovelace.
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Maher to jurors: Would Curtis Lovelace have been convicted in 2006?

www.cbsnews.com - 38 minutes ago
In 2006, the Adams County, Ill., coroner labeled the cause of Cory Lovelace's death "undetermined." The case was closed until 2012, when a newly-promoted Quincy detective reopened the case and uncovered what he believed was the cause of death: suffocation
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Christine Lovelace on coping while husband is in jail

www.cbsnews.com - 39 minutes ago
In August 2014, Curtis Lovelace was arrested for the 2006 murder of his first wife, Cory. He spent 17 months in jail, held on $5 million bond, as he awaited trial. His current wife, Christine, tells "48 Hours" what it has been like to have her husband
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Jurors discuss differences in Lovelace investigations

www.cbsnews.com - 40 minutes ago
Jurors talk about the eight-year lapse in the investigation into the death of Cory Lovelace -- how the original pathologist had the advantage of examining the body, while subsequent pathologists had only photos and reports from the police and medical
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