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Iran extensions underscores Obama's dilemma in talks
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama's willingness to extend Iranian nuclear talks at least twice this week has laid bare the dilemma he faces as he pursues a high-stakes accord.
Dog recovering after being struck with hammer, left for dead
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A stray dog that was clubbed in the head and left for dead in a ditch about a month ago is recovering with the help of good Samaritans and veterinarians at Washington State Unive
Amnesty: Gambia sentences 3 to death for attempted coup
DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — A human rights group says Gambia has sentenced three soldiers to death after a secret trial in which they were convicted of participating in an attempted coup.
Getty oil heir found dead wrote of serious health problem
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Andrew Getty, among the heirs in a family whose name is synonymous with elite American wealth, said in a court filing before he was found dead that he suffered from a serious health
Cynthia Lennon, first wife of John Lennon, dies of cancer
LONDON (AP) — Cynthia Lennon, the first wife of former Beatles guitarist John Lennon, died of cancer Wednesday at her home in Spain. She was 75.
Hot cars at the New York International Auto Show
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York International Auto Show opens this week with a mix of mainstream sedans and glitzier models from automakers across the globe.
Stalled replica pirate ship towed to port after crew rescued
BOSTON (AP) — A disabled Canadian replica pirate ship whose nine crewmembers were rescued by the Coast Guard has been towed to a southern Maine shipyard.
Jury rejects Michigan man's Heinz ketchup packet patent suit
PITTSBURGH (AP) — A federal jury in Pittsburgh has rejected a Michigan man's claims that a condiment package he patented in 1997 led H.J. Heinz Co. to develop its Dip & Squeeze ketchup packets in
Arkansas governor urges changes to religious-objections bill
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson backed away Wednesday from his promise to sign a controversial religious-objections bill, bowing to pressure from critics, including some of the s
What happens next in marathon bomber's death penalty trial
BOSTON (AP) — Now that the prosecution and defense have rested in the first phase of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's trial, there are a few steps left before jurors begin deliberating. Afte
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