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Hundreds mourn black South Carolina man shot in back by police

Conflicting takes mean tough work ahead for Iran nuke deal

Correction: Killings by Police-Oklahoma story

Coming to the Kentucky Derby? Leave selfie sticks at home

FBI ruse violated rights of Vegas hotel guest, US judge says

Shooting drew together ordinary lives of driver, officer

AP Was There: Original AP report of Oklahoma bombing

Correction: AP Was There-Oklahoma City Bombing story

After Alps crash, some experts ponder flights without pilots

Insight - Brazil's iPhone investment falls short on promises of jobs,...

Brazil's iPhone investment falls short on promises of jobs, lower prices

Clinton's second act: Her long road to 2016 decision

Memorial out to battle phone distractions

Crime doubts persist in Brazil ahead of events

Abuse and cash-grabs: tennis's bad dads

Louisville, Michigan look to create lasting bond

Garcia, Fernandez-Castano put Spain at top

FBI: 3 removed backpack from Boston suspect's room

Since 9/11, life _ and surveillance _ made easier

Jurors deliberate Arias fate amid spectacle

Ex-minor leaguer says baseball cheating lives

Five days of fear: What happened in Boston

No one more surprised than Luke Bryan by ACMs win

MTV cancels 'BUCKWILD' after W.Va. star's death

Groundbreaking improv comic Jonathan Winters dies

Jonathan Winters, man of many faces, dead at 87

Tweets, pics give real-time peek into North Korea

West Bank villagers view Oscars at night, outdoors

Leg injury cuts short female kicker's NFL tryout

Police: Hotel altercation sparked Vegas shooting

Michael Emerson on Acting With Wife in 'POI'

Oscar green room honors '40s art director Gibbons

Lin launches foundation for underprivileged kids

TV or reality? Lines blur after death of show star

2 tourists held, 1 sexually assaulted in Rio

Behind the scenes with the Prime Minister

Aussie FM Offers US 'friendly' Budget Advice

Fiery funeral for Venezuela's Chavez

Boeing 787 battery fire was difficult to control

'Judge Judy' ruling daytime TV

Beckham joins PSG and pledges to play for free

Military tactics, arms, helped rescue Ala. hostage

Women win equal time in Sundance drama competition

Armstrong interview spotlights Winfrey's network

Jersey Shore town OKs deal to rebuild boardwalk

Singapore Grand Prix: Live Report

London police use super recognizers to fight crime

Archaeologists use drones in Peru to map and protect sites

Jon Stewart returns to 'The Daily Show'

Together again, Obama and Putin are 'odd couple' at summit

Carmakers upbeat at Frankfurt as market steadies

Visiting Egypt in crisis: The pyramids are quiet

Halloween attractions asking guests to take part

Bolt is the best in the world, ever - official

Famed Katmai brown bears ready for season 2

England beats Australia by 14 runs in 1st test

Wing walker, pilot die in crash at Ohio air show

What did Narcissus say to Instagram? Selfie time!

Is Paula Deen toast in N-word controversy?

FINA approves mixed gender relays at future worlds

Forget six-goal World Cup romp - Ghana coach

Microsoft releasing Windows 8.1, a year in making

Ex-Reserve Bank board member Warwick McKibbin accuses Wayne Swan of...

South Africa rout Pakistan to level series

Red Sox win World Series title at Fenway Park

Shark attack survivor stirs fascination with great whites

Russians take Olympic torch on historic spacewalk

Crisis brewing in Israeli-US relations

Tibetan poet gives voice to dead protesters in new book

Olympic city Sochi under fire for anti-migrant drive

A good time for Panettiere as 'Nashville' bad girl

Conn. victims: Lively youngsters, devoted adults

Twin NASA spacecraft prepare to crash into moon

CES unveils big TVs with 'ultra-high definition'

UN says more than 60,000 dead in Syrian civil war

Zorb ride in Russian mountains proves deadly

After a loss, a family learns to widen its embrace

Schools eye plans, calm parents after Conn. attack

Funkytown Hobart ready to party

Senior home staff had complained about suspect

4 gadgets that defined Vegas electronics show

Survivors still suffering after Concordia disaster