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Atheist U.S. blogger killed in machete attack in Bangladesh

Longtime South Carolina journalist John Shurr dies

Japanese media self-censorship grows in PM Abe's reign

Hollande urges Internet firms to help fight online hate speech

Maldives opposition to protest until ex-leader freed

NY Official: Terror Suspects

GOP 2016 Hopefuls Test Their Messages at CPAC

Supreme Court weighs feligious freedom case

China state media seen stepping-up anti-Western rhetoric

Kayla Mueller's parents wanted her 'to tell the truth'

Medical pot proposal passes first test in conservative Utah

NYC, Orthodox Jews reach deal on circumcision suction ritual

GOP contenders push for military action against ISIS

AP EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Guantanamo detainees struggle in Uruguay

Jamaica decriminalizes small amounts of 'ganja'

Officer in gay pride parade incident speaks out

Key facts about Jodi Arias murder case

Obama pitches privacy bill, Democrats say it falls short

South Korean court abolishes law criminalizing adultery

US avoids Homeland Security shutdown

Right-to-work court battles look tough for unions

Samsung ditches plastic design, adds mobile pay in new phone

Hesburgh, former Notre Dame president, dies at 97

Egyptian court sentences activist to 5 years in prison

Young Spaniards moving to Germany get trapped in dismal jobs

One of Turkey's best-known novelists, Yasar Kemal, dies

Stuck in limbo, Bangkok's hidden urban refugees scrape by

Special Report - How Iran's military chiefs operate in Iraq

Special Report: How Iran's military chiefs operate in Iraq

Guatemala cracks down on anti-mine protests

China tightens grip on discourse, ideology

Trio of troubles threatening Obama's second term

Phil Hughes to meet Ashes mentor

Syrian opposition urges rebels to join key battle

Kerry: US, allies ready to step up aid to rebels

WikiLeaks case file fight moves to federal court

US companies challenging contraception mandate

Court cancels Ukraine's first gay pride rally

AP IMPACT: Commander of Nazi-led unit lives in US

'Watch Dogs' video game a sign of the times

Iran reformists dance in streets for new president

Texas governor woos disgruntled Conn. gun makers

Debate over social issues emerges

Holder says he played no role in AP phone subpoena

Prince Harry salutes war dead at Arlington

Man put to death for Texas store abduction slaying

Brotherhood members face torture charge in Egypt

French protest against gay marriage turns violent

West's mores, China imports challenge the burqa

After violence, Egypt opposition presses Morsi

Today in History for May 4th

Top political appointees use secret email accounts

Ohio lawmaker seeks money for 3 captive women

Erdogan rejects 'dictator' claims

Jordan: Arab Spring clears way for press freedoms

Tumblr CEO's mom gushes over billion-dollar baby

APNewsBreak: Prayers before SC woman killed family

Egypt convicts NGO workers, including 16 Americans

Protests unite Turks across the social spectrum

NPR host Sagal hits the road in 'Constitution USA'

Pirate Party has electoral breakthrough in Iceland

Syrian women giving birth in exile of refugee camp

NRA official: 'Culture war' more than gun rights

US calls for NKorea amnesty for sentenced American

Soldier says she faced harassment over Muslim name

Egypt's Morsi to reshuffle Cabinet amid turmoil

Ugandan police end seizure of daily after 10 days

Obama balances threats against Americans' rights

In Venezuela, voice of dissent lowering volume

Feds in NY: Costa Rica money biz a hub for crooks

DOJ closer to settlement on AB InBev-Modelo deal

Zach Braff launches Kickstarter campaign for film

Wife of China's jailed Nobel winner: I'm not free

Denver pot holiday bringing crowds, tight security

Library of Congress wins special Grammy Award

Putin faces protest furor in Germany, Netherlands

Thatcher's Thoughts from a Life in Politics

Rob Lowe returns to the '80s with TV miniseries