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  • 2nd conductor resigns from Vienna State Opera

    VIENNA (AP) — The Vienna State Opera has lost its second star conductor in less than two weeks. Bertrand de Billy says he refuses to work under opera director Dominique Meyer, mentioning "dishonesty" and "lack of loyalty." The French maestro was quoted in Tuesday's Kurier newspaper that...

  • Drops in food, gas prices push UK inflation down

    LONDON (AP) — Official figures show that inflation in the U.K. eased further below the Bank of England's target in August following falls in food and fuel prices. The Office for National Statistics says consumer price inflation slowed to 1.5 percent in August from 1.6 percent in July, a move...

  • Sides in Scottish referendum make final push

    EDINBURGH, Scotland (AP) — The two sides in Scotland's independence debate are scrambling to convert undecided voters, with just two days to go until a referendum on separation. Anti-independence campaigners are pushing home their message that a "No" vote doesn't mean the status quo. The three...

  • Japan's Mitsubishi to build new plant in Indonesia

    JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Mitsubishi Motors Corp. says it will build a new car factory in Indonesia as part of its plan to raise production capacity in Indonesia from 160,000 to 240,000 vehicles per year. Chief Executive Osamu Masuko said Tuesday the Japanese automaker will invest $600 million...

  • Trump Plaza: 4th Atlantic City casino shutdown

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — When Trump Plaza opened on May 14, 1984, Donald Trump called it the finest building in Atlantic City, and possibly the nation. But since then, The Donald has left town and cut ties to its casinos. And the Plaza, like many Atlantic City casinos, has seen better days....

  • 3 suspects nabbed for daytime burglaries on LI

    NORTH LINDENHURST, N.Y. (AP) — Three suspects have been arrested in connection with a series of daytime home burglaries on Long Island. Suffolk County police say all the burglaries occurred in North Lindenhurst during the past two months. The suspects were arrested after they were observed on...

  • Roadside bomb kills 6 policemen in Egypt

    EL-ARISH, Egypt (AP) — A powerful explosion killed five Egyptian police conscripts and an officer near the border town of Rafah in the restive Sinai Peninsula early Tuesday, in an attack that bore the hallmarks of a local al-Qaida-inspired group, Egyptian security officials said. The Interior...

  • Russian ruble drops to historic low amid sanctions

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia's currency dropped to an all-time low against the dollar on Tuesday as investors fret about the fallout of economic sanctions. The United States and the European Union last week imposed a new round of sanctions against Russia for its actions in Ukraine that consisted in,...

  • US tobacco growers brace for tougher competition

    DANVILLE, Va. (AP) — Starting next month, America's remaining tobacco growers will be totally exposed to the laws of supply and demand. The very last buyout checks, totaling about $916.5 million, go out in October to about 425,000 tobacco farmers and landowners. They're the last holdovers from...

  • Chicago mayor says students read 2.7 million books

    CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Public School students read 2.7 million books this summer as part of Mayor Rahm Emanuel's Readers Summer Learning Challenge, officials announced Monday The number eclipsed the goal agreed upon by Emanuel and NBC's "Tonight Show," host Jimmy Fallon. The two agreed during a...

  • Your stories from the Washington Examiner

    Scroll down for the latest from the Washington Examiner: » Fed looks beyond stimulus to timing of interest rate increases Chairwoman Janet Yellen and the Fed's monetary policy committee will meet this week. The Fed will decide how long it will wait to raise short-term interest rates after...

  • US to assign 3,000 from US military to fight Ebola

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is ramping up its response to West Africa's Ebola crisis, preparing to assign 3,000 U.S. military personnel to the afflicted region to supply medical and logistical support to overwhelmed local health care systems and to boost the number of beds needed...

  • AP sources: US would retaliate against Assad

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States would retaliate against Syrian President Bashar Assad's air defenses if he were to go after American planes launching airstrikes in his country, senior Obama administration officials said Monday. Officials said the U.S. has a good sense of where the Syrian...

  • Afghan suicide bomber kills 3 foreign troops

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A Taliban attacker detonated his car bomb next to an international military convoy on Tuesday, killing three troops from the NATO-led force and wounding nearly 20 troops and civilians, officials said. Security forces in full battle gear administered CPR to wounded...

  • Obama, FDR a study of contrasts on the edge of war

    How does one turn President Obama's admission that "we don't have a strategy yet" to deal with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria into a net positive for him?



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  • A Conversation With Peter Thiel

    Peter Thiel, the author of  Zero to One, Notes on StartUps, or How to Build the Future , is on the latest episode of Conversations with Bill Kristol :

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  • Where Does Rand Stand?

    Manchester, N.H. Rand Paul's views on war against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria continue to evolve. Speaking to reporters on the campaign trail Friday afternoon, the Kentucky senator...

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  • ‘American Leadership at Its Best’

    In his September 10 speech to the nation, President Obama said, “This is American leadership at its best: We stand with people who fight for their own freedom; and we rally other nations on behalf...

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