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August 8, 2014
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A restaurant in Minnesota is attempting to offset the state's 75 cent minimum wage hike by tacking a 35 cent fee to each bill.

Oasis Cafe owner Craig Beemer says that instead of raising meal prices when the minimum wage went up Aug. 1, he decided to introduce the minimum wage fee, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. With six servers, Beemer said it will cost $10,000 more a year to pay them $8 an hour instead of $7.25, thus making the fee necessary.

Diner Jean Murra noticed the charge on the bottom of her receipt, and told CNN Money she "was shocked," and would have preferred the menu prices to go up a few cents, rather than have the fee on the receipt "to make a political statement."

Murra's not alone, and the restaurant has been inundated with angry customers who don't feel it's right to have to pay for the new wage. Manager Colin Orcutt told the Star Tribune he's "shocked" by the reaction, and stands behind his boss. "We're all appalled at the response for just protecting his employees," he said. "We're just doing what we have to do." Catherine Garcia

undefeated
7:47 a.m. ET
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After beating Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas on Saturday night, Floyd Mayweather Jr. announced that he'll soon be hanging up his gloves.

"My last fight is in September, then it's time for me to hang it up," Mayweather said during the post-fight broadcast. "You know, I'm almost 40 years old now, I've been in the sport 19 years, I've been world champion for 18 years, and I'm truly, truly thankful, and I'm blessed."

Saturday's fight brought Mayweather's record to 48-0. If he wins September's match, he'll tie Rocky Marciano's 49-0 career record. Meghan DeMaria

undefeated
7:37 a.m. ET

Floyd Mayweather Jr. remains undefeated.

In a unanimous decision from three judges, Mayweather beat Manny Pacquiao on Saturday night, winning the welterweight title in the "Fight of the Century." Two of the judges scored the match 116-112, and a third judge scored it 118-110, all in Mayweather's favor. The victory brings Mayweather's record to 48-0.

"He's a hell of a fighter," Mayweather said of Pacquiao after the match. "I outboxed him. He never figured out my jab and my right hand." —Meghan DeMaria

This just in
May 2, 2015
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Pre-race favorite American Pharoah proved a safe choice on Saturday night at Churchill Downs in Louisville, winning the 141st Kentucky Derby in impressive, down-to-the-wire fashion. Dortmund finished second, followed by Firing Line and Carpe Diem, Sports Illustrated reports.

American Pharoah was guided by jockey Victor Espinoza, who also won the Derby last year, atop California Chrome. Next up is the Preakness Stakes on May 16, the second stop in the quest for a Triple Crown, which was last won by Affirmed in 1978. Sarah Eberspacher

freddie gray
May 2, 2015

A march originally billed as a protest became a "victory rally" in Baltimore on Saturday afternoon, The Associated Press reports. Thousands gathered and marched in celebration of Friday's announcement by State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby that 25-year-old Freddie Gray's death while in police custody was a homicide, and that six police officers involved would be charged with felonies. The six charged officers will appear in court later in May; a lawyer hired by the police union says Mosby made "an egregious rush to judgment" and that the officers did nothing wrong.

"It's going to be a long road," one marcher told AP. "Nothing is going to happen overnight." 

Below, images of those gathered in Baltimore. —Sarah Eberspacher

This just in
May 2, 2015
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Dave Goldberg, husband of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, died suddenly at age 47 on Friday night, his brother Robert Goldberg announced Saturday on Facebook.

"It's with incredible shock and sadness that I'm letting our friends and family know that my amazing brother, Dave Goldberg…passed away suddenly last night," he wrote, as reported by Variety.

No cause of death was immediately announced. Goldberg founded LAUNCH Media Inc., in 1994, which was acquired by Yahoo! in 2001. He came on board as CEO with SurveyMonkey in 2009. Goldberg met his wife Sheryl Sandberg in 1996, and the couple married in 2004. Sarah Eberspacher

Oh baby!
May 2, 2015

Kate Middleton and Prince William emerged from St. Mary's Hospital in London on Saturday evening, after the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to the couple's second child and first daughter earlier that morning.

Prince William had brought his son Prince George to meet the newborn earlier on Saturday:

As for Queen Elizabeth, she attended a Saturday parade decked out in a pink suit, in honor of her new great-granddaughter. —Sarah Eberspacher

Really? Really.
May 2, 2015
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ESPN's Michelle Beadle and CNN's Rachel Nichols each announced via Twitter on Saturday afternoon that Floyd Mayweather's camp had blocked their credentials for Saturday night's prizefight at MGM Garden Grand Arena in Las Vegas.

"No fight for me or @MichelleDBeadle. Mayweather's team told my producer the camp was blocking my credential," Nichols tweeted, adding in an additional tweet a link to the interview she conducted with Mayweather in September 2014, in which she questioned him about his history of domestic violence.

The Chicago Tribune reports that Saturday night's fight between Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao will earn the pair $400 million (with Mayweather receiving a larger cut) and betting on the fight is expected to pass $100 million.

Update: Mayweather PR representative Kelly Swanson refuted the claims, calling the report a "misunderstanding" and adding that neither Beadle nor Nichols had been banned. Read more on those updates over at Sports Illustrated. Sarah Eberspacher

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