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Russian troops stand in lines during a Victory Day parade, which commemorates the 1945 defeat of Nazi Germany, at Red Square in Moscow, Russia, Friday, May 9, 2014. Russia marked the Victory Day on May 9 holding a military parade at Red Square. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)

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Johnny Manziel, from Texas A&M, walks onstage after being selected 22nd overall by the Cleveland Browns during the first round of the NFL football draft, Thursday, May 8, 2014, at Radio City Music Hall in New York. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow)
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In this May 8, 2014, photo Speaker of the House John Boehner speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington. Divided House Democrats are weighing whether to participate in a new investigation of the deadly attack in Benghazi, Libya, or boycott the election-year inquiry of a tragedy they accuse Republicans of politicizing. Party leaders will meet with rank-and-file members Friday to decide the next step after Republicans the day before rammed through a resolution creating a special select committee to examine the Sept. 11, 2012, assault. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
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Anti-government protesters march through a main road in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Friday, May 9, 2014. Thailand's anti-graft commission indicted ousted Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Thursday on charges of dereliction of duty in overseeing a widely criticized rice subsidy program, a day after a court forced her from office. Yingluck was accused of allowing the rice program, a flagship policy of her administration, to proceed despite advice that it was potentially wasteful and prone to corruption. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian)
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FILE- In this March 20, 2013, file photo provided by the Vatican paper L' Osservatore Romano, Pope Francis, right, meets Bartholomew I, the first ecumenical patriarch to attend the installation of a Pope since the Catholic and Orthodox church split nearly 1,000 years ago, at the Vatican. Bartholomew I, spiritual leader of 250 million Orthodox Christians, said a meeting with Pope Francis in Jerusalem in May 2014, will help move the two churches closer to ending their nearly one-thousand-year divide. (AP Photo/Osservatore Romano, File)
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In this undated family photo provided by the Lima-Marin Family, Rene Lima Marin stands with his wife Jasmine and children Justus, 7, and Josiah, 4, at their home in Aurora, Colo. Rene Lima-Marin was sentenced in 2000 for a conviction in a robbery, kidnapping and burglary after robbing two Aurora video stores when Marin was 18. Marin was to stay in prison the rest of his life and serve 98 years. He was released after just 8 years due to a clerical error, living a crime-free life for six years before being sent back after authorities discovered their mistake. (AP Photo/Lima-Marin Family)
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FILE - In this April 24, 2014, file photo, Katie Spring rolls up plastic that was used to cover certain plants during the winter in a field at the Good Heart Farmstead in Worcester, Vt. Spring and her husband Edge Fuentes, who both own the farm, back the GMO labeling bill passed by the Vermont legislature. Genetically modified foods have been around for years, but most Americans have no idea if they are eating them. The Food and Drug Administration says they don't need to be labeled, so the state of Vermont has moved forward on its own. On May 8, Gov. Peter Shumlin signed legislation making the state the first to require labeling of GMOs - technically genetically modified organisms. (AP Photo/Wilson Ring, File)
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FILE - In this Jan. 8, 2014 file photo, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington. Fighting to revive his political prospects, Rubio is returning to the presidential campaign circuit and beefing up a political organization that could lay the groundwork for a White House bid in 2016. In the clearest sign yet of his interest in a presidential run, the Florida Republican will visit New Hampshire on May 9. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)
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In this Monday, April 28, 2014 photo, a large size figure of Godzilla in a diorama is on display at Cheepa's gallery in Tokyo. Godzilla-lovers in this nation where the stomping all began say their iconic hero falls into a special phantasmal category called “kaiju,” different from more mundane monsters like King Kong or Frankenstein. (AP Photo/Junji Kurokawa)
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FILE - In this Nov. 12, 2010, file photo, Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald T. Sterling, right, sits with his wife Rochelle during the Clippers NBA basketball game against the Detroit Pistons in Los Angeles. An attorney representing the estranged wife of Clippers owner Donald Sterling said Thursday, May 8, 2014, that she will fight to retain her 50 percent ownership stake in the team. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. RUSSIA MARKS VICTORY DAY WITH MASSIVE PARADE

Moscow shows off its military muscle to celebrate victory over Nazi Germany, at a time when the world’s attention is focused on the pro-Russian insurgency in Ukraine.

2. WHERE 'JOHNNY FOOTBALL’ WENT IN NFL DRAFT

The Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback from Texas A&M went No. 22 to the Cleveland Browns.

3. HOW DEMOCRATS FEEL ABOUT BENGHAZI PROBE

With clear divisions, they are weighing whether to participate in a new investigation of the deadly attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Libya.

4. INJURIES REPORTED AT THAI PROTEST

Police fire tear gas and water cannons to push back hundreds of protesters trying to force their way into a government compound.

5. ORTHODOX PATRIARCH EYES UNITY IN VISIT WITH POPE

In an interview with AP, Bartholomew I says a meeting with Francis in Jerusalem this month will help move the two churches closer to ending their nearly 1,000-year divide.

6. HOW ONE INMATE NEARLY EVADED A 98-YEAR TERM

A Colorado man who was released from prison 90 years early due to a clerical error has returned to serve the rest of his sentence.

7. WHAT VERMONT IS DOING DIFFERENTLY REGARDING FOOD

The Green Mountain state has become the first to require labeling of genetically modified organisms.

8. HOW RUBIO IS TESTING THE POLITICAL WATERS

The Republican senator from Florida is returning to the presidential campaign circuit and beefing up a political organization that could lay the groundwork for a White House bid in 2016.

9. LOYAL TO ZIP-UP GODZILLA, JAPAN WARY OF U.S. REMAKE

In the country where the fire-breathing monster first stomped, fans wonder if the remake will be a tribute or an embarrassment to its legacy.

10. STERLING’S ESTRANGED WIFE SAYS SHE’LL FIGHT CLIPPERS SALE

The NBA may want to install new ownership, but Shelly Sterling “will not agree to a forced or involuntary seizure” of her 50 percent stake in the team, her lawyers say.

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