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Most Asia stocks inch higher ahead of Yellen talk

Trader Tommy Kalikas, center, works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014. U.S. stocks are opening higher, pushing the Standard & Poor's 500 index closer toward another record high. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) HONG KONG (AP) — Most Asian stock markets inched higher Friday after a record day on Wall Street powered by upbeat data that adds to evidence the world's biggest economy is gaining strength. Gains were tempered as investors awaited a meeting of central bankers that might shed light on the timing of U.S. interest rate hikes.


Most Asia stocks inch higher ahead of Yellen talk

Trader Tommy Kalikas, center, works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014. U.S. stocks are opening higher, pushing the Standard & Poor's 500 index closer toward another record high. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) HONG KONG (AP) — Most Asian stock markets inched higher Friday after a record day on Wall Street powered by upbeat data that adds to evidence the world's biggest economy is gaining strength. Gains were tempered as investors awaited a meeting of central bankers that might shed light on the timing of U.S. interest rate hikes.


Dodgers beat Padres 2-1 behind Kershaw's 10 Ks

Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw throws to the plate during the first inning of a baseball game against the San Diego Padres, Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill) LOS ANGELES (AP) — The first-place Dodgers have staged plenty of comebacks this season. Just not after seven innings.


Dodgers beat Padres 2-1 behind Kershaw's 10 Ks

Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw throws to the plate during the first inning of a baseball game against the San Diego Padres, Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill) LOS ANGELES (AP) — The first-place Dodgers have staged plenty of comebacks this season. Just not after seven innings.


MH17 remains return home as govt battles fallout

A Malaysia Airlines crew member cries as she waits outside Bunga Raya Complex at Kuala Lumpur International Airport where victims' bodies of the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 are to be flown back, in Sepang, Malaysia, Friday, Aug. 22, 2014. The bodies and ashes of 20 Malaysians killed when Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over Ukraine in July have arrived in Kuala Lumpur. (AP Photo/Lai Seng Sin) KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Carried by soldiers and draped in the national flag, coffins carrying Malaysian victims of Flight MH17 returned home Friday to a country still searching for those onboard another doomed jet and a government battling the political fallout of the twin tragedies.


MH17 remains return home as govt battles fallout

A Malaysia Airlines crew member cries as she waits outside Bunga Raya Complex at Kuala Lumpur International Airport where victims' bodies of the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 are to be flown back, in Sepang, Malaysia, Friday, Aug. 22, 2014. The bodies and ashes of 20 Malaysians killed when Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over Ukraine in July have arrived in Kuala Lumpur. (AP Photo/Lai Seng Sin) KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Carried by soldiers and draped in the national flag, coffins carrying Malaysian victims of Flight MH17 returned home Friday to a country still searching for those onboard another doomed jet and a government battling the political fallout of the twin tragedies.


New go-to career for New England's young: Farming

In this Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014 photo, farmer Katie Miller, 32, of Providence, R.I., harvests zephyr squash at Scratch Farm in Cranston, R.I. Across New England, the number of farms grew by 5 percent since 2007, contrary to the national trend. (AP Photo/Steven Senne) CRANSTON, R.I. (AP) — Farming is hip in New England.


New go-to career for New England's young: Farming

In this Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014 photo, farmer Katie Miller, 32, of Providence, R.I., harvests zephyr squash at Scratch Farm in Cranston, R.I. Across New England, the number of farms grew by 5 percent since 2007, contrary to the national trend. (AP Photo/Steven Senne) CRANSTON, R.I. (AP) — Farming is hip in New England.


Lucky koala Sir Chompsalot gets kiss of life

File photo taken on April 24, 2013 shows a koala sitting on a branch at the WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo A lucky koala was recovering Friday after being caught by firefighters when it fell unconscious from a tree before being given mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Emergency crews were called to the Melbourne suburb of Langwarrin on Thursday night after reports that an injured animal was lying on the road after being hit by a car. When officials arrived, they found the furry native marsupial had climbed a tree for shelter and firefighters were brought in to bring it down. "We believed it had died in the tree, just when we were trying to rescue it," Langwarrin Country Fire Authority's Sean Curtin told Fairfax radio.


Lucky koala Sir Chompsalot gets kiss of life

File photo taken on April 24, 2013 shows a koala sitting on a branch at the WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo A lucky koala was recovering Friday after being caught by firefighters when it fell unconscious from a tree before being given mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Emergency crews were called to the Melbourne suburb of Langwarrin on Thursday night after reports that an injured animal was lying on the road after being hit by a car. When officials arrived, they found the furry native marsupial had climbed a tree for shelter and firefighters were brought in to bring it down. "We believed it had died in the tree, just when we were trying to rescue it," Langwarrin Country Fire Authority's Sean Curtin told Fairfax radio.


Vermont dignitaries expected for Jeffords funeral

FILE - In this March 14, 2003, file photo, Sen. Jim Jeffords, I-Vt., center, laughs with Vermont Democratic Party Chairman Scudder Parker at the annual Democratic Party dinner in Montpelier, Vt. Jeffords, who in 2001 tipped control of the Senate when he quit the Republican Party to become an independent, died Monday, Aug. 18, 2014, in Washington. He was 80. His funeral is scheduled for Friday, Aug. 22, 2014 at the Grace Congregational United Church of Christ in downtown Rutland, Vt. (AP Photo/Toby Talbot, File) RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) — The Vermont congressional delegation and other dignitaries from across the state are due in Rutland for the funeral of former U.S. Sen. Jim Jeffords who died earlier this week at age 80.


Vermont dignitaries expected for Jeffords funeral

FILE - In this March 14, 2003, file photo, Sen. Jim Jeffords, I-Vt., center, laughs with Vermont Democratic Party Chairman Scudder Parker at the annual Democratic Party dinner in Montpelier, Vt. Jeffords, who in 2001 tipped control of the Senate when he quit the Republican Party to become an independent, died Monday, Aug. 18, 2014, in Washington. He was 80. His funeral is scheduled for Friday, Aug. 22, 2014 at the Grace Congregational United Church of Christ in downtown Rutland, Vt. (AP Photo/Toby Talbot, File) RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) — The Vermont congressional delegation and other dignitaries from across the state are due in Rutland for the funeral of former U.S. Sen. Jim Jeffords who died earlier this week at age 80.


Ancient Ethiopian walled city keeps modern life at bay

People gather at a market set up in front of the Shoa Gate, one of the five historic gates of the ancient walled city of Harar, Ethiopia, on August 3, 2014 Hyenas howl and feast on flesh every night outside the ancient walls of Harar -- one of Islam's holiest cities that is holding out against the pressures of the modern world. "They want to remain themselves always, not to imitate others.


Ancient Ethiopian walled city keeps modern life at bay

People gather at a market set up in front of the Shoa Gate, one of the five historic gates of the ancient walled city of Harar, Ethiopia, on August 3, 2014 Hyenas howl and feast on flesh every night outside the ancient walls of Harar -- one of Islam's holiest cities that is holding out against the pressures of the modern world. "They want to remain themselves always, not to imitate others.


Oklahoma policeman accused of sex assaults on duty

This Aug. 21, 2014 photo made available by the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office shows Daniel K. Holtzclaw. The 27-year-old Oklahoma City police officer was arrested Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014 and is being held in lieu of $5 million bond after being accused of committing a series of sexual assaults against at least six women while on duty. (AP Photo/Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office) OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma City police officer was arrested Thursday and is being held in lieu of $5 million bond after being accused of committing a series of sexual assaults against at least six women while on duty.


Oklahoma policeman accused of sex assaults on duty

This Aug. 21, 2014 photo made available by the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office shows Daniel K. Holtzclaw. The 27-year-old Oklahoma City police officer was arrested Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014 and is being held in lieu of $5 million bond after being accused of committing a series of sexual assaults against at least six women while on duty. (AP Photo/Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office) OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma City police officer was arrested Thursday and is being held in lieu of $5 million bond after being accused of committing a series of sexual assaults against at least six women while on duty.


Execution of U.S. journalist reveals the changing business of war coverage

Still image from undated video of a masked Islamic State militant holding a knife speaking next to man purported to be James Foley at an unknown location By Jennifer Saba NEW YORK (Reuters) - A chilling video showing the execution of journalist James Foley by Islamist militants marks the second time an American reporter has been beheaded by captors overseas, echoing the murder of Wall Street Journal correspondent Daniel Pearl in Pakistan in 2002. While Pearl worked for one of the largest news organizations in the world, Foley was on assignment for GlobalPost, an online news startup with about 28 full-time staffers that is trying to survive as a small, independent outlet. ...


Execution of U.S. journalist reveals the changing business of war coverage

Still image from undated video of a masked Islamic State militant holding a knife speaking next to man purported to be James Foley at an unknown location By Jennifer Saba NEW YORK (Reuters) - A chilling video showing the execution of journalist James Foley by Islamist militants marks the second time an American reporter has been beheaded by captors overseas, echoing the murder of Wall Street Journal correspondent Daniel Pearl in Pakistan in 2002. While Pearl worked for one of the largest news organizations in the world, Foley was on assignment for GlobalPost, an online news startup with about 28 full-time staffers that is trying to survive as a small, independent outlet. ...


Malaysia pauses in solemn homecoming for MH17 dead

Soldiers carry a coffin with the remains of a Malaysian victim from Flight MH17 during a ceremony at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang on August 22, 2014 Black-clad Malaysians observed a minute of silence and a nationwide day of mourning on Friday as the first remains of the country's 43 citizens killed in the MH17 disaster returned home. People across the country of 28 million went silent at 10:55 am (0255 GMT), about an hour after a Malaysia Airlines jet landed with the remains of 20 people killed when MH17 was blasted from the sky by a suspected surface-to-air missile over Ukraine on July 17. Malaysia's King Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah, Prime Minister Najib Razak and dozens of other top officials were on hand for a sombre reception ceremony at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Residents of the capital Kuala Lumpur were overwhelmingly black-clad, including many Muslim women in black Islamic headscarves, as state television aired recitations from the Koran and photos of the Malaysian victims.


Malaysia pauses in solemn homecoming for MH17 dead

Soldiers carry a coffin with the remains of a Malaysian victim from Flight MH17 during a ceremony at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang on August 22, 2014 Black-clad Malaysians observed a minute of silence and a nationwide day of mourning on Friday as the first remains of the country's 43 citizens killed in the MH17 disaster returned home. People across the country of 28 million went silent at 10:55 am (0255 GMT), about an hour after a Malaysia Airlines jet landed with the remains of 20 people killed when MH17 was blasted from the sky by a suspected surface-to-air missile over Ukraine on July 17. Malaysia's King Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah, Prime Minister Najib Razak and dozens of other top officials were on hand for a sombre reception ceremony at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Residents of the capital Kuala Lumpur were overwhelmingly black-clad, including many Muslim women in black Islamic headscarves, as state television aired recitations from the Koran and photos of the Malaysian victims.


Magnussen tips hot final as Phelps hits form at Pan Pacific

James Magnusseen of Australia waves following his Pan Pacific Championships 100m freestyle heat, at the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre in Australia, on August 22, 2014 World champion James Magnussen said it would take one of the year's fastest times to win the Pan Pacific Championships 100m freestyle after American stars Michael Phelps and Nathan Adrian threw down the gauntlet Friday. Adrian, who nudged out Magnussen by one-hundredth of a second to win the Olympic 100m gold in London, topped Friday's qualifiers with 48.05 seconds. Australia's two-time world champion was just 0.2sec behind, with Olympic great Phelps surging into contention on the back of 48.45, just four-hundredths of a second ahead of another Australian, Cameron McEvoy. Phelps, four months into his comeback from retirement, produced a sizzling swim to ensure he would be the second American in Friday's final ahead of team-mates Anthony Ervin and Jimmy Feigen.


Magnussen tips hot final as Phelps hits form at Pan Pacific

James Magnusseen of Australia waves following his Pan Pacific Championships 100m freestyle heat, at the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre in Australia, on August 22, 2014 World champion James Magnussen said it would take one of the year's fastest times to win the Pan Pacific Championships 100m freestyle after American stars Michael Phelps and Nathan Adrian threw down the gauntlet Friday. Adrian, who nudged out Magnussen by one-hundredth of a second to win the Olympic 100m gold in London, topped Friday's qualifiers with 48.05 seconds. Australia's two-time world champion was just 0.2sec behind, with Olympic great Phelps surging into contention on the back of 48.45, just four-hundredths of a second ahead of another Australian, Cameron McEvoy. Phelps, four months into his comeback from retirement, produced a sizzling swim to ensure he would be the second American in Friday's final ahead of team-mates Anthony Ervin and Jimmy Feigen.


German cop in dock over cannibalism website killing

Police search for evidences in the area where body parts were found on November 29, 2013 in Reichenau, eastern Germany The trial of a German police officer accused of murdering a willing victim he met on a website for cannibalism fetishists starts on Friday in the eastern city of Dresden. In a macabre case that captured global attention, prosecutors say the 56-year-old defendant, Detlef Guenzel, killed the man at his home last November, then cut his body into small pieces and buried them in his garden. The dead man, 59-year-old Polish-born Wojciech Stempniewicz, had met Guenzel the month before on a website where users share slaughter and cannibalism fantasies. Guenzel is a three-decade veteran of the police force, the father of an adult daughter, and had been married to his male partner in a civil union for a decade at the time of the killing.


German cop in dock over cannibalism website killing

Police search for evidences in the area where body parts were found on November 29, 2013 in Reichenau, eastern Germany The trial of a German police officer accused of murdering a willing victim he met on a website for cannibalism fetishists starts on Friday in the eastern city of Dresden. In a macabre case that captured global attention, prosecutors say the 56-year-old defendant, Detlef Guenzel, killed the man at his home last November, then cut his body into small pieces and buried them in his garden. The dead man, 59-year-old Polish-born Wojciech Stempniewicz, had met Guenzel the month before on a website where users share slaughter and cannibalism fantasies. Guenzel is a three-decade veteran of the police force, the father of an adult daughter, and had been married to his male partner in a civil union for a decade at the time of the killing.


Ryan says he'd love to see Romney run again

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, , right and his former vice presidential running mate U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., arrive for a dinner at the Union Club where Romney will interview Ryan’s about Ryan's new book, “The Way Forward: Renewing the American Idea.” Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, in Chicago. Ryan is on tour to promote the book as he weighs a presidential campaign of his own. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast) CHICAGO (AP) — U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan said Thursday he would love to see Mitt Romney run again for president and teased the GOP's former nominee at one point that the "third time's the charm."


Ryan says he'd love to see Romney run again

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, , right and his former vice presidential running mate U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., arrive for a dinner at the Union Club where Romney will interview Ryan’s about Ryan's new book, “The Way Forward: Renewing the American Idea.” Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, in Chicago. Ryan is on tour to promote the book as he weighs a presidential campaign of his own. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast) CHICAGO (AP) — U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan said Thursday he would love to see Mitt Romney run again for president and teased the GOP's former nominee at one point that the "third time's the charm."


Slaying of American reopens debate on ransoms

FILE - In this May 27, 2011, file photo shows American Journalist James Foley, of Rochester, N.H., as he poses for a photo in Boston. The beheading of Foley has forced a new debate over how the United States balances its unyielding policy against paying ransom to terrorist groups and saving the lives of Americans being held hostage by some of the world’s most dangerous extremists. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File) WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States, by rejecting demands for a nine-digit payment to save kidnapped American journalist James Foley, upheld a policy choice that some European and Arab governments long found too wrenching to make themselves: ruling out ransom to rescue any citizen held captive by militant organizations, in hopes the tough stand will make Americans safer from kidnapping and attacks by extremists.


Slaying of American reopens debate on ransoms

FILE - In this May 27, 2011, file photo shows American Journalist James Foley, of Rochester, N.H., as he poses for a photo in Boston. The beheading of Foley has forced a new debate over how the United States balances its unyielding policy against paying ransom to terrorist groups and saving the lives of Americans being held hostage by some of the world’s most dangerous extremists. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File) WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States, by rejecting demands for a nine-digit payment to save kidnapped American journalist James Foley, upheld a policy choice that some European and Arab governments long found too wrenching to make themselves: ruling out ransom to rescue any citizen held captive by militant organizations, in hopes the tough stand will make Americans safer from kidnapping and attacks by extremists.


In grave robber territory, locals abuzz over Alexander-era tomb

Tourists take photos of a marble Lion statue on August 16, 2014 near the site where archaeologists have unearthed a funeral mound dating from the time of Alexander the Great, in Amphipolis, Northern Greece To the villagers near the ancient Greek town of Amphipolis, archaeological treasure is nothing new -- many in this area have lived off antiquity smuggling for decades. "The mystery hiding behind this discovery has excited our imagination," says Katerina Arabatzi, who drove from the nearby city of Veria to see the tomb. "In recent days, we have started to remember the tale of Alexander the Great once more," she said. "All of northern Greece constitutes an archaeological treasure trove."


In grave robber territory, locals abuzz over Alexander-era tomb

Tourists take photos of a marble Lion statue on August 16, 2014 near the site where archaeologists have unearthed a funeral mound dating from the time of Alexander the Great, in Amphipolis, Northern Greece To the villagers near the ancient Greek town of Amphipolis, archaeological treasure is nothing new -- many in this area have lived off antiquity smuggling for decades. "The mystery hiding behind this discovery has excited our imagination," says Katerina Arabatzi, who drove from the nearby city of Veria to see the tomb. "In recent days, we have started to remember the tale of Alexander the Great once more," she said. "All of northern Greece constitutes an archaeological treasure trove."


'Motown the Musical' to take a break from Broadway

This theater image released by Boneau/Bryan-Brown shows, from left, Sydney Morton as Forence Ballard, Valisia LeKae as Diana Ross and Ariana DeBose as Mary Wilson of The Supremes in "Motown: The Musical," performing at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in New York. Producers of “Motown the Musical” said Friday, Aug. 22, 2014, the $18 million show will play its final performance at the Lunt Fontanne Theatre on Jan. 18 and intends to reopen in July 2016 at a still-to-be-announced Nederlander-owned theater. (AP Photo/Boneau/Bryan-Brown, Joan Marcus) NEW YORK (AP) — "Motown the Musical" is taking a break from Broadway.


'Motown the Musical' to take a break from Broadway

This theater image released by Boneau/Bryan-Brown shows, from left, Sydney Morton as Forence Ballard, Valisia LeKae as Diana Ross and Ariana DeBose as Mary Wilson of The Supremes in "Motown: The Musical," performing at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in New York. Producers of “Motown the Musical” said Friday, Aug. 22, 2014, the $18 million show will play its final performance at the Lunt Fontanne Theatre on Jan. 18 and intends to reopen in July 2016 at a still-to-be-announced Nederlander-owned theater. (AP Photo/Boneau/Bryan-Brown, Joan Marcus) NEW YORK (AP) — "Motown the Musical" is taking a break from Broadway.


Swimming - Magnussen tips hot final as Phelps hits form

Swimming - Magnussen tips hot final as Phelps hits form - World champion James Magnussen said it would take one of the year's fastest times to win the Pan Pacific Championships 100m freestyle after American stars Michael Phelps and Nathan Adrian threw down the gauntlet on Friday. Adrian, who nudged out Magnussen by one-hundredth of a second to win the Olympic 100m gold in London, topped Friday's qualifiers with 48.05 seconds. Two-time world champion Australian Magnussen was just 0.2sec behind, with Olympic great Phelps surging into contention on the back of a 48.45, just four-hundredths of a second ahead of another Australian, Cameron McEvoy.


Swimming - Magnussen tips hot final as Phelps hits form

Swimming - Magnussen tips hot final as Phelps hits form - World champion James Magnussen said it would take one of the year's fastest times to win the Pan Pacific Championships 100m freestyle after American stars Michael Phelps and Nathan Adrian threw down the gauntlet on Friday. Adrian, who nudged out Magnussen by one-hundredth of a second to win the Olympic 100m gold in London, topped Friday's qualifiers with 48.05 seconds. Two-time world champion Australian Magnussen was just 0.2sec behind, with Olympic great Phelps surging into contention on the back of a 48.45, just four-hundredths of a second ahead of another Australian, Cameron McEvoy.


Supt. Hite nixes plan to change school transit pass policy

Supt. Hite nixes plan to change school transit pass policy Philadelphia School Superintendent Dr. William Hite is now backing off a somewhat controversial plan to save money.


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