MB: Moscow shooting spree, Seahawks win big and Cuba releases U.S. prisoners

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Saturday, three people were killed and a fourth critically wounded in Moscow by suspect John Lee, police say. People on his target list included his adoptive mother, his landlord and Arby’s manager. (KREM)

One woman hit up a tractor supply store, with her car. (KHQ)

Elementary school students will have 30 minutes added to their day beginning in September. (Spokesman-Review)

A friendly reminder, the Seattle Seahawks handily took on the Carolina Panthers Saturday night winning 31-17. (Seattle Times)

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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosted the Golden Globes once again Sunday. This time Boyhood came out on top. (LA Times) Of course, the Academy Awards are the only film awards that matter. Oscar nominations are announced Thursday. In the meantime, check out the GG red carpet fashions here.(LA Times)

France deployed 10,000 troops around the country to protect various Jewish sites, after devastating terrorist attacks in Paris last week. (Washington Post)

Cuba releases 53 U.S. prisoners, complying with recent agreement. (Reuters)