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The Stanley Cup, by the Chicago Blackhawks. It was the team’s third win in six seasons and the first time in 77 years a Chicago team won the NHL championship in its home city.


Christopher Lee, 93, British actor known for starring in Dracula and playing the wizard Saruman in the Lord of the Rings movies.

• Suleyman Demirel, 90, who served as Turkey’s President and seven-time Prime Minister from 1965 to 2000, surviving economic turmoil and military coups.

• Kirk Kerkorian, 98, billionaire investor who built Las Vegas hotels and bought and sold MGM three times over, always for a profit.


By the California Labor Commission, that an Uber driver was an employee, not a contractor. If the ruling stands, the company–which has positioned itself as a technological intermediary–may have to offer salaries and benefits to a large number of drivers.

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