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PHILADELPHIA — Former death row inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal is back in court requesting that his failed appeals attempts be vacated, so he can once again appeal his case. The Thursday hearing on his request was continued from April to give attorneys time to find a document the defense said was necessary to show the bias of state Supreme Court Justice Ronald Castille. By Claudia Lauer. AP photos.
— GREAT LAKES-CRUISE SHIPS — A coalition of government and business groups is kicking off a campaign to attract cruise ships to the Great Lakes.
— COAL PLANT CLOSINGS — An Ohio-based energy company is closing its last coal-fired power plants in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
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