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CUOMO-EAGLE FEATHER

ALBANY, N.Y. — When an eagle lost a feather while swooping near Gov. Andrew Cuomo's canoe as he paddled on an Adirondack lake with his three daughters, the family retrieved it from the water and he kept it. Cuomo shouldn't have. The Democrat could be fined $100,000 and spend a year in jail if convicted of violating a longstanding federal law that prohibits non-Native Americans from possessing bald eagle parts, including feathers. By Chris Carola. UPCOMING: 625 words, photos, video, by noon.

CHARLOTTESVILLE-ONE YEAR LATER-RALLY

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A day after tensions between police and community activists nearly boiled over on the University of Virginia's campus, the city of Charlottesville plans to mark Sunday's anniversary of a deadly gathering of white supremacists with a rally against racial hatred. But some 115 miles (185 kilometers) away in Washington, the principal organizer of last year's "Unite the Right" event will hold a "white civil rights rally," and police are preparing for crowds of counterprotesters. The National Park Service also issued permits for events organized by DC United Against Hate, New York Black Lives Matter, and other groups. By Michael Kunzelman. SENT: 600 words, photos.

IN BRIEF:

— SCHOOL SHOOTING-FLORIDA-STREET DEDICATION: A street in New York's Long Island has been named for a teacher killed after helping shield students from the gunman in last winter's school shooting in Parkland, Florida.

— WEST POINT-CADETS: New cadets at West Point are capping six weeks of intense training with a 12-mile road march.

SPORTS:

BBN--METS-MARLINS

MIAMI — Noah Syndergaard is scheduled to start for the Mets on Sunday in their series finale at Miami. By Christopher Stock. UPCOMING: 600 words. Game scheduled to begin 1:10 p.m. ET.

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