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  • Sierra Leone considers repeating Ebola shutdown

    FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) — Sierra Leone is considering another nationwide lockdown to slow the spread of Ebola, after a largely successful one in which teams visited more than 1 million households to hand out information on the disease and check for sick people, the president said Tuesday....

  • New jihad appeal makes policing even harder

    PARIS (AP) — The Islamic State group's call on Muslims to go after the "filthy French" and other Westerners multiplies already deep security concerns in nations targeting the militant organization. The appeal made public Monday makes intelligence tracking of potential suspects virtually...

  • Obama: US-Arab strikes show unity against militant

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama says the participation of five Arab nations in airstrikes against militants in Syria "makes it clear to the world this is not America's fight alone." Obama says the joint fight against the Islamic State will take time but is vital to the security of the...

  • FDA warns doctors to beware fake drug distributors

    WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. health regulators are trying to help doctors spot counterfeit and unapproved drugs by raising awareness of illegal operations that peddle bogus drugs to health professionals. Federal prosecutors have recently uncovered rogue companies distributing foreign versions of...

  • Obama says Arab support in Syria airstrikes shows 'this is not America's fight alone'

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Obama says Arab support in Syria airstrikes shows 'this is not America's fight alone'

  • Used car chain CarMax's 2Q profit up 10 percent

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Used car dealership chain CarMax Inc.'s profit jumped 10 percent in its fiscal second-quarter despite slowing sales at stores open at least one year. Its earnings missed Wall Street expectations, and the company's shares fell more than 7 percent in morning trading Tuesday....

  • GM to move Cadillac brand HQ to New York City

    DETROIT (AP) — Cadillac is moving its headquarters to New York next year to be closer to more people living lives of luxury. General Motors also says the high-end brand will become a separate business unit, giving it more freedom to chase global growth. Cadillac's U.S. sales are down nearly 5...

  • DC restaurant owner, son get 2 years of probation

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A Washington restaurant owner and his son have been sentenced to two years of probation for making illegal payments to the city's taxicab commission head. Anthony Cheng Sr. and Anthony Cheng Jr. were sentenced Monday. The younger Cheng had pleaded guilty to a felony charge of...

  • Accused White House intruder armed in July arrest

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Two months before Omar J. Gonzalez allegedly hopped a White House fence, dashed across the North Lawn and entered the executive mansion, he was arrested in rural Virginia, heavily armed and carrying a map of Washington tucked inside a Bible — with a circle drawn around the...

  • Syria says Washington informed it before strikes

    DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — Syria said Tuesday that Washington informed President Bashar Assad's government before a U.S.-led military coalition launched airstrikes pounding strongholds of the Islamic State extremists across northern and eastern Syria. Damascus appeared to be trying to position...

  • UN to leaders: Set 'new course' on climate change

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) — United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon is challenging more than 100 world leaders at a climate summit to set a new course for a warming world and reverse the rise of heat-trapping gases. Tuesday's one-day summit at the annual U.N. General Assembly gathering of world...

  • Iran leader: Strikes in Syria illegal, no gov't OK

    NEW YORK (AP) — Iran's President Hassan Rouhani says the U.S.-led coalition's airstrikes in Syria are illegal because they were not approved or coordinated with Syria's government. Meeting Tuesday with several news editors on the first day of the United Nations General Assembly gathering of...

  • Police deliver pie after Pizza Hut driver hurt

    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — After a pizza delivery driver was injured in a crash in Portland, Oregon, two police officers completed the delivery for him. Steve Huckins tells KOIN (http://bit.ly/1rivLl5) that he and his wife were concerned Sept. 1 when the officers showed up at their home, but they...

  • Soft data, Syria strikes hit US, European markets

    NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. and European stocks mostly fell Tuesday following some disappointing economic reports and news that U.S.-led forces have started airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Syria. KEEPING SCORE: The Dow Jones industrial average lost 25 points, or 0.2 percent, to 17,147 as...

  • Detroit official says water plan is working

    DETROIT (AP) — A Detroit official says 30,000 water customers with overdue bills have signed up for a payment plan and kept their service but that 350 to 400 people still are being cut off each day. The mayor's chief of staff, Alexis Wiley, testified Tuesday, the second day of a hearing in...



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