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In this 1976 photo provided by USA BMX, Scot Breithaupt races in a BMX bicycle race in Las Vegas. Scot Alexander Breithaupt, who organized bicycle races on dirt motorcycle courses in the early 1970s, becoming a founder of BMX and later a champion and one of the cycling sport's best known figures, died in Indio, Calif., authorities said Monday, July 6, 2015.   Breithaupt was 57 .(Courtesy Russ Okawa Archives/USA BMX via AP)
BMX pioneer Scot Breithaupt found dead; cause undeterminedBreithaupt, who helped make bicycle motocross a major sport, found dead; circumstances murky
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A mourner lays down flowers following a vigil for Kathryn Steinle, Monday, July 6, 2015, on Pier 14 in San Francisco. Steinle was gunned down while out for an evening stroll at Pier 14 with her father and a family friend on Wednesday, July 1. (AP Photo/Beck Diefenbach)
SF sheriff defends prior release of suspect in pier slayingSan Francisco sheriff defends prior decision to release suspect in US illegally
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FILE - In this May 26, 2005 file photo, people who worked to gain access to the beach next to the home of entertainment mogul David Geffen, background, walk up the public passageway alongside Geffen's home on Carbon Beach in Malibu, Calif. It may be called “Billionaires’ Beach,” but the pristine views along one of Malibu’s most exclusive coastlines are now more accessible. After a decade-long legal fight that pitted public access advocates against a wealthy homeowner who refused to build a path, the California Coastal Commission will open a third accessway a few hundred yards down the beach from Geffen's home Tuesday, July 7, 2015.(AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File)
After legal fight, public path to 'Billionaires' Beach' openPublic path to Malibu's exclusive Carbon Beach opens, ending decade-long legal dispute
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File - In this March 13, 2014 file photo, Charlie Craig, left, and his husband Dave Mullins prepare to play cards while hanging out together after a work day, at their home in Westminster, Colo. The suburban Denver baker who refused to make a wedding cake for Mullins and Craig is to argue Tuesday, July 7, 2015 before the Colorado Court of Appeals that his religious beliefs should protect him from sanctions against his business. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley, file)
Gay wedding cake at center of Colorado Appeals Court caseReligious freedom or discrimination? Gay wedding cake at center of Colorado Appeals Court case
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California right-to-die bill struggling ahead of key voteCalifornia right-to-die bill lacks votes ahead of Assembly hearing amid Catholic opposition
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