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  • Weekly Examiner: 'We don't have a strategy yet'

    President Obama returned from his vacation earlier this week and went right back to work. On Tuesday, he unveiled new executive actions for veterans' health care, and on Thursday, he addressed the growing problem that is ISIS.

  • EU ministers call for new sanctions against Russia

    MILAN (AP) — Several European Union foreign ministers on Friday accused Russia of invading eastern Ukraine and said Moscow should be punished with additional economic sanctions. The meeting of the 28-nation bloc's top diplomats in Milan came one day after NATO said Moscow slipped at least 1,000...

  • Washington city fights to keep legal marijuana out

    TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A lawyer for a man who wants to open a marijuana shop in the small Washington city of Fife asked a judge Friday to strike down its ban on marijuana businesses, in a case that has big implications for the state's experiment in legal pot. The Tacoma suburb is fighting for its...

  • Police seek missing 5-year-old British boy

    PARIS (AP) — Police are searching for a 5-year-old British boy with a severe brain tumor whose parents took him out of a British hospital and were last seen in France. The press office for Jehovah's Witnesses said Friday that Ashya King's parents were followers, but that there was no indication...

  • Tackling 'The Beast' to Stop Illegal Crossings

    Federal agents in Mexico patrol the tracks that carry, "The Beast," a freight train line notorious for carrying people from Central America looking to cross into the United States illegally. (Aug. 29) DURATION: 1:55 ----------------------------------------- AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY...

  • ISA TanTec to create 366 jobs at Miss. tannery

    VICKSBURG, Miss. (AP) — Warren County has bought a building for German tannery company ISA TanTec's its first American tannery in Mississippi. The company, which currently has tanneries in Vietnam and China, is investing $10.1 million and plans to hire 366 people over five years. The company...

  • Stock market mixed in afternoon trading

    The stock market drifted mostly higher Friday afternoon, as investors weighed a mixed picture of the U.S. economy against better-than-expected company earnings. Trading was light ahead of the Labor Day holiday weekend. KEEPING SCORE: The S&P 500 rose three points, or 0.2 percent, to 2,000 as of...

  • Duke proposes $1.9 billion Indiana grid upgrade

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Duke Energy is proposing a nearly $2 billion electric grid upgrade that Indiana's largest power company says would help it reduce power outages. Duke planned to file a proposal Friday with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission that would include infrastructure upgrades...

  • Critics say NY oil trains are polluting air

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A coalition of environmental groups says oil trains are making people in Albany sick, and they're asking state regulators to investigate. The group includes the Sierra Club, Environmental Advocates of New York and Earthjustice. They wrote to the state's Department of...

  • Many reports of sexual attacks at Oklahoma women's prison were from ulterior motives, corrections chief says

    By Chris Casteel, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — The largest women’s prison in Oklahoma topped a survey of reported sexual attacks two years ago largely because inmates were making accusations to get moved or get someone punished, the head of the state’s Corrections Department said here...

  • Pentagon pressed on why there's no strategy to defeat ISIS

    "The question presumes that we're not doing anything, that there's no sense of urgency in the Pentagon. And you and I both know that's not true," Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm. John Kirby said Friday after being pressed on the issue.

  • New challenge for HealthCare.gov: Tax forms

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal agency that had trouble launching a health insurance website last fall has a massive new project. Any glitches on this one could delay tax refunds for many Americans. Because of complicated connections between the new health care law and income taxes, the...

  • French girl investigated over alleged jihad plan

    PARIS (AP) — A 14-year-old French girl has been placed under investigation for allegedly planning to carry out jihad, the third in a group of teenage girls caught before they left home. The Paris prosecutor's office said the girl from Quimper, in Brittany, risks up to five years in a juvenile...

  • Is Rand Paul's moment already over?

    The inclusion of Sen. Rand Paul among the top tier of possible 2016 presidential candidates has been premised in part on the perception that the Republican electorate has been moving closer to his noninterventionist views on foreign policy.

  • Cameron promises tough action to fight militants

    LONDON (AP) — Prime Minister David Cameron pledged Friday to plug gaps in Britain's armory to combat terror, describing the extremist threat posed by the Islamic State group as being more dangerous than even that of al-Qaida. Cameron's remarks came just moments after authorities raised...



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