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Tulsa reserve deputy's attorneys release training records

Training academy cooperating in probe of Chicago schools

Standards for organic seafood coming this year, USDA says

Protester rushes ECB chief Draghi at press conference

OPEC should cut production by at least 5 percent: Iran oil minister

Shooting drew together ordinary lives of driver, officer

Egypt Brotherhood trial relied on single testimony: Human Rights Watch

China limits mainland travel to Hong Kong to cool tensions

Lady Gaga, Sam Smith booked at Montreux jazz festival

China curbs some travel to Hong Kong to cool tensions

Violence escalates in east Ukraine ahead of talks

Fighting picks up in war-torn eastern Ukraine

Grieving Moms Find Solace After Police Shootings

Pro-Russian journalist gunned down in Ukraine's capital

Saddam aide, Iraqi insurgent leader al-Douri reported killed

Ohio settles civil rights groups' lawsuit over early voting

User mistakes aid most cyber attacks, Verizon and Symantec studies show

Chicago schools chief to take temporary leave amid probe

AP Exclusive: Chinese activist more determined after lockup

Clinton patches relations with liberals at campaign's outset

Clinton already uniting prospective GOP presidential field

LGBT-rights group urges Guam governor to allow gay marriage

Asian shares at fresh seven-year high, look past weak US data

McVeigh defense archive shows bomber viewed blast as failure

German Nobel literature laureate Guenter Grass dies at 87

India's rising tiger numbers may be victory only on paper

'I'm gay': NBA player Jason Collins breaks barrier

Obama aims to halt perception of passive president

US, Russia and Iran work to save Olympic wrestling

$1 million in jewelry stolen near Cannes film fest

Obama: Policy in leaks investigations under review

Turkish PM talks Syria with Obama at White House

Arrests in New Orleans parade shootings cheered

WikiLeaks case file fight moves to federal court

WR Crabtree tears right Achilles tendon

America's Cup Officials Say Race Will Continue

Te'o talks mostly football in rare news conference

'Watch Dogs' video game a sign of the times

AP Exclusive: More Bangladesh factories dangerous

Congress briefed on US surveillance programs

Medgar Evers to be remembered 50 years after death

Boston blasts prompt UK review of London Marathon

Chinese air their cases by petitioning White House

Holder says he played no role in AP phone subpoena

Bulgarian center-right wins most of the votes

Prominent youth activist detained in Egypt

Top IRS official didn't reveal tea party targeting

Gov't Secretly Probed AP Phone Records

AP Exclusive: IRS knew tea party targeted in 2011

Sheriff: Remains are 13-year-old missing 2 years

Memphis' Gasol wins NBA defensive player honors

Italian policemen shot near new gov't swearing-in

China WHO chief: Beijing H7N9 case not surprising

LA police to withhold info on celeb hoax 911 calls

Top political appointees use secret email accounts

Ex-Calif. Rep. Cunningham finishes prison term

Cancer, rape fraud case bowls over Mich. community

Whole Foods reviewing language policy amid NM flap

Collins' big test will be walking into locker room

Thomas Bach announces IOC presidential candidacy

Recent wrecks belie improving rail safety record

SKorea's gay film maker in news over wedding plans

AP sources: Obama to name ex-Bush aide to head FBI

Afghan police rescued aid workers trapped in siege

Balance of power in Syria shifting Assad's way

Maduro certified as election winner amid protests

Only Miss. abortion clinic gets license reprieve

Belarus court says book of news photos 'extremist'

Boston bomb suspect charged religious motive seen

Revis happy to begin new chapter with Buccaneers

Death spotlights abuses in China party graft probe

Beleaguered caregivers getting help from apps

Putin faces protest furor in Germany, Netherlands

SD gov says mission should boost exports to China

Syrian rebel group pledges allegiance to al-Qaida

Cleveland newspaper to be delivered 3 days a week

Indiana's Cody Zeller heading to NBA

AP Interview: Peres, at 90, still going strong