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90-minute tornado a rarity, even where tornadoes are common

A tornado that raked the northern Kansas landscape for about 90 minutes was impressive both for its classic "wedge" shape and its sheer endurance — staying on the ground about 10 times longer than the typical twister.

June 'Stand Your Ground' hearing for deputy in man's killing

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — A June 13 date has been set for a Florida deputy's "Stand Your Ground" defense against a manslaughter charge in his fatal shooting of a black man carrying an air rifle.

The Latest: Revisiting a New Orleans inmate's suicide

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Latest on a federal court hearing on whether control of the troubled New Orleans jail should be taken from a local elected sheriff and placed in the hands of an independent third party (all times local):

In reversal, House backs LGBT rights for federal contractors

WASHINGTON (AP) — A revolt by GOP conservatives over a measure to stop discrimination against LGBT employees by federal contractors has blown up an otherwise routine spending bill.

Correction: 20-Week Abortion Ban-Georgia story

ATLANTA (AP) — In a story May 25 about a Georgia abortion law, The Associated Press reported erroneously which judge entered an order that blocked the law from taking effect. It was entered by Fulton County Superior Court Judge Doris Downs, not Fulton County Superior Court Judge Kimberly M. Esmond Adams, who later took over the case.

Gawker may be looking to sell after losing Hulk Hogan case

NEW YORK (AP) — The embattled online media company Gawker Media has hired an investment banker to explore its options, including a possible sale.

Philadelphia officer injured in Germantown crash

Philadelphia officer injured in Germantown crash A Philadelphia police officer was injured after being involved in a collision in Germantown.


2 new casinos near NYC could save, or destroy, Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Two new casinos proposed for northern New Jersey near New York City could save, or destroy, Atlantic City, panelists at a major casino conference said Thursday.

Putin says EU needs Russia to stay on global stage

Russian leader Vladimir Putin has called for an energy alliance with Europe Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed in an article published Thursday that the EU would not be a global player without his country's help as he prepared for his first visit to the bloc this year. "A rightful position of the Old Continent in the new international realities can only be secured by combining capacities of all European countries, including Russia," Putin said in the article in the Kathimerini daily. Trade and economy will top the agenda of the visit, Moscow said.


'Deus Ex' trailer shows mankind divided over augmentation

EU: Some 20 bodies spotted as migrant boat sinks off Libya

People ask for help after their boat overturned off the Libyan coast Thursday, May 26, 2016. A migrant boat sank off Libya's coast Thursday with about 100 passengers on board. Officials said 88 people had been rescued and that some 20 bodies were spotted in the sea. (EUNAVFORMED via AP) ROME (AP) — A migrant boat sank off Libya's coast Thursday, with some 20 bodies spotted in the sea. Officials said 88 people had been rescued.


The Latest: Mattek-Sands, Safarova out in women's doubles

Serena Williams of the U.S. reacts as she plays Brazil's Teliana Pereira during their second round match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium, Thursday, May 26, 2016 in Paris. (AP Photo/Michel Euler) PARIS (AP) — The Latest on the French Open (all times local):


Oil tests out $50 a barrel as supply concerns resurface

Crude oil drips from a valve at an oil well operated by Venezuela's state oil company PDVSA, in the oil rich Orinoco belt, near Morichal at the state of Monagas Oil prices tested the $50-per-barrel mark on Thursday as production outages brought a faster-than-expected recovery to an oversupplied market many thought will stay depressed through the year. While a crude glut could grow in coming months if demand stalls, wildfires in Canada's oil sands, unrest in the Nigerian and Libyan energy sectors, and a near economic meltdown in OPEC member Venezuela have knocked out nearly 4 million barrels per day in immediate production. Brent was up 14 cents at $49.88 a barrel by 11:36 a.m. EDT (1536 GMT) after soaring to $50.51, its highest since early November.


Uganda: 7 convicted of al-Shabab's deadly World Cup bombings

FILE - In this Monday, July 12, 2010 file photo, damaged chairs and tables lie amongst the debris strewn after a bomb attack outside the "Ethiopian Village" restaurant in Kampala, Uganda. A judge has convicted two men Thursday, May 26, 2016 of carrying out twin bombings in which more than 70 people were killed while watching the 2010 World Cup final in the Ugandan capital Kampala. (AP Photo/Marc Hofer, File) KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — A Ugandan judge on Thursday convicted seven men of carrying out twin bombings which killed 76 people who were watching the 2010 World Cup final in the capital, Kampala.


China hits back as G7 talk about economy

US President Barack Obama (L) with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (R) as they arrive at Ise-Jingu Shrine on May 26, 2016, on the first day of the G7 leaders summit Ise-Shima (Japan) (AFP) - World leaders focused Thursday on pumping up the global economy and worries over the growing clout of China -- which promptly told the G7 club of rich nations to mind its own business. Presidents and prime ministers from the Group of Seven huddled in Japan for two days of meetings, with the refugee crisis, terrorism, the threat of North Korea and sanctions against Russia also filling up their packed agenda.


China hits back as G7 talk about economy

US President Barack Obama (L) with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (R) as they arrive at Ise-Jingu Shrine on May 26, 2016, on the first day of the G7 leaders summit Ise-Shima (Japan) (AFP) - World leaders focused Thursday on pumping up the global economy and worries over the growing clout of China -- which promptly told the G7 club of rich nations to mind its own business. Presidents and prime ministers from the Group of Seven huddled in Japan for two days of meetings, with the refugee crisis, terrorism, the threat of North Korea and sanctions against Russia also filling up their packed agenda.


PHOTOS: Gambling investigation nets 46 arrests in NJ, NY, Fla.

PHOTOS: Gambling investigation nets 46 arrests in NJ, NY, Fla. Authorities say they have seized $2 million in cash and arrested 46 people in New Jersey, New York and Florida on sports gambling and other charges.


Timber smugglers could make Senegal's last forests disappear soon

Stocks of smuggled timber and the Gambian trucks that transported them are confiscated at a forestry depot in Digante Casamance in southern Senegal contains the country's last remaining forests, an area of 30,000 hectares (74,000 acres) that could be depleted by 2018 as smugglers feed the demand for rosewood furniture in China, said former environment minister Haidar El Ali. Exporting timber from Senegal is illegal, so traffickers smuggle it to neighboring Gambia for shipping to China. "This unacceptable trafficking is devastating for our forests and it has to stop," Haidar told a news conference.


Connecticut Supreme Court upholds death penalty abolishment

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The Connecticut Supreme Court has upheld its landmark ruling declaring the state's death penalty unconstitutional and abolishing capital punishment.

Workers protest at McDonald's shareholder meeting for second day

Protesters set up tents on the street as they demonstrate outside the McDonald's headquarters calling for higher wages and improved working conditions in the Chicago suburb of Oak Brook Hundreds of protesters rallied outside McDonald's Corp headquarters as shareholders on Thursday approved executive compensation and voted down a slate of shareholder resolutions, including those involving political contributions and antibiotic use in meat production. The picketers are part of a national "Fight for $15" movement that, along with an improving job market, has spurred pay raises at major employers such as Wal-Mart Stores Inc and McDonald's, though not to the level demanded by protesting workers and supporters. McDonald's, the world's biggest fast-food chain, last summer increased average worker pay to almost $10 per hour.


Workers protest at McDonald's shareholder meeting for second day

Protesters set up tents on the street as they demonstrate outside the McDonald's headquarters calling for higher wages and improved working conditions in the Chicago suburb of Oak Brook Hundreds of protesters rallied outside McDonald's Corp headquarters as shareholders on Thursday approved executive compensation and voted down a slate of shareholder resolutions, including those involving political contributions and antibiotic use in meat production. The picketers are part of a national "Fight for $15" movement that, along with an improving job market, has spurred pay raises at major employers such as Wal-Mart Stores Inc and McDonald's, though not to the level demanded by protesting workers and supporters. McDonald's, the world's biggest fast-food chain, last summer increased average worker pay to almost $10 per hour.


Some Hispanics face ridicule over support for Trump

In this May 24, 2016, photo, a woman waves the Mexican flag while driving past the Albuquerque Convention Center after a rally by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Albuquerque, N.M. Hispanic voters in Florida, New Mexico and California have waved Mexican flags and bashed Donald Trump piñatas to protest the Republican presidential contender’s hard line approach to immigration. Yet far from the protests, an increasingly vocal Hispanic minority is speaking out in favor of the brash billionaire. (Jett Loe/The Las Cruces Sun-News via AP) MANDATORY ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Hispanic voters in Florida, New Mexico and California have waved Mexican flags and bashed Donald Trump piñatas — clashing with police, at times — to protest the Republican presidential contender's hard line approach to immigration.


Consultant: No choice but to subcontract to Alabama speaker

Mike Hubbard and wife Susan Hubbard walk to the Lee County Justice Center for day three of Hubbards trial trial on Thursday, May 26, 2016 in Opelika, Ala. Hubbard faces felony ethics charges accusing him of using his political positions to obtain $2.3 million in work and investments. (Todd J. Van Emst/Opelika-Auburn News via AP, Pool) OPELIKA, Ala. (AP) — A Florida political consultant testified Thursday that he believed he had no choice but to subcontract Alabama Republican Party campaign printing work back to a firm owned by the party's chairman.


Wall Street lower as oil prices slip

Traders work on the floor of the NYSE in New York (Reuters) - U.S. stocks were trading slightly lower on Thursday, after a strong two-day run, as oil prices slipped below the psychologically important $50 a barrel.


1 dead, 1 hurt when car slams into South Florida school bus

PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. (AP) — Police say one person is dead and another injured in a crash that left a car wedged under a school bus in southeast Florida.

EU urges Bosnia to publish 2013 census results

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) — EU officials say Bosnia must publish the 2013 census results by July if it wants to proceed on its path toward EU membership. Further delays would diminish the accuracy of gathered data.

Top Asian News 3:36 p.m. GMT

HIROSHIMA, Japan (AP) — Every gesture. Every word uttered or avoided. Every person Barack Obama speaks with, listens to and stands beside in Hiroshima. All of it will help determine the success of a trip with huge potential political and diplomatic pitfalls, both in America and Asia. The leader of the United States is already one of the world's most watched people. But that daily scrutiny will be magnified exponentially when Obama makes the first presidential journey to the place where the first atomic bomb attack killed tens of thousands 71 years ago. Obama's mere presence among the nightmare images of death and destruction that linger in Hiroshima will be what most casual observers will remember.

WHO: Nearly 960 killed in attacks on hospitals in 2 years

FILE - In this Tuesday, June 30, 2015 file photo, People stand amid wreckage of a vehicle at the site of a car bomb attack near a military hospital in Sanaa, Yemen. The World Health Organization says nearly 1,000 people have been killed worldwide in attacks on medical facilities in conflicts over the past two years in violation of humanitarian norms. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed) WASHINGTON (AP) — Nearly 960 people have been killed worldwide in attacks on medical facilities in conflicts over the past two years, the World Health Organization said in a report Thursday that highlighted an alarming disrespect for the protection of health care in war by both governments and armed groups.


Ex-US magistrate hired to prosecute Alabama chief justice

Allen Screws blows the shofar as hundreds gather for a rally in support of embattled Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore on the steps of the Alabama Judicial Building in Montgomery, Ala., Saturday, May 21, 2016. Speakers led prayers and urged those at the rally Saturday to sign an online petition supporting Moore and called the ethics charges filed by the Judicial Inquiry Commission a "politically-motivated travesty," Al.com reported. (Mickey Welsh/The Montgomery Advertiser via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — A former federal magistrate and law school dean will prosecute suspended Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore on judicial ethics charges linked to his opposition to same-sex marriage, a state official said Thursday.


The Latest: Police use tear gas, detain 16, during protests

Riot police officers take position amid tear gas smoke during a demonstration held as part of nationwide labor actions in Paris, Thursday, May 26, 2016. French protesters scuffled with police, dock workers set off smoke bombs and union activists disrupted fuel supplies and nuclear plants Thursday in the biggest challenge yet to President Francois Hollande's government as it tries to give employers more flexibility. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus) LE HAVRE, France (AP) — The Latest on French labor dispute (all times local):


The Latest: Police use tear gas, detain 16, during protests

Riot police officers take position amid tear gas smoke during a demonstration held as part of nationwide labor actions in Paris, Thursday, May 26, 2016. French protesters scuffled with police, dock workers set off smoke bombs and union activists disrupted fuel supplies and nuclear plants Thursday in the biggest challenge yet to President Francois Hollande's government as it tries to give employers more flexibility. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus) LE HAVRE, France (AP) — The Latest on French labor dispute (all times local):


Don't lie, don't cheat, don't start rumors, says new FX code

Currency signs of Japanese Yen, Euro and the U.S. dollar are seen on a board outside a currency exchange office at Narita International airport By Patrick Graham LONDON (Reuters) - The first global code of conduct for currency trading has banned dealers from lying and starting false rumors as part of new guidelines aimed at rebuilding trust in a foreign exchange market plagued by scandals and accusations of manipulation. The document, released on Thursday after evolving from a handful of regional codes used previously, focuses largely on the detail of how banks deal with clients' orders and what market participants can and cannot say to one another. On those issues alone, it includes dozens of individual directives organized under 11 broader "principles" as well as an extended annex of specific examples of appropriate and inappropriate formulas for discussing market moves.


The Latest: Prosecutor says pair plotted to steal exec's SUV

Anthony Raheem Arriaga is shown in a photo provided by the Allen County (Ohio) Sheriff’s office,Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Arriaga has been arrested in the death of Bennett K. Hatfield, former CEO of Patriot Coal, found shot at a West Virginia cemetery where his wife is buried, a sheriff said Tuesday, May 24, 2016. (Allen County (Ohio) Sheriff’s Office via AP) WILLIAMSON, W.Va. (AP) — The Latest on the fatal shooting of ex-coal chief executive Bennett Hatfield in southern West Virginia (all times local):


Syria the world's most dangerous place for health workers: WHO

A hospital supported by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Syria's northern province of Idlib, was destroyed by a suspected Russian air strike in February 2016 Syria was the most dangerous place for health care workers to operate last year, ahead of other conflict zones like the Palestinian territories, and Yemen, the World Health Organization said Thursday. For the first time, the UN health agency provided comprehensive statistics on attacks on health care facilities and other violence directed at health workers in major conflict areas over the past two years. Almost 1,000 people, including health workers, patients and bystanders, were killed, the WHO report said.


Syria the world's most dangerous place for health workers: WHO

A hospital supported by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Syria's northern province of Idlib, was destroyed by a suspected Russian air strike in February 2016 Syria was the most dangerous place for health care workers to operate last year, ahead of other conflict zones like the Palestinian territories, and Yemen, the World Health Organization said Thursday. For the first time, the UN health agency provided comprehensive statistics on attacks on health care facilities and other violence directed at health workers in major conflict areas over the past two years. Almost 1,000 people, including health workers, patients and bystanders, were killed, the WHO report said.


South African lion _ veteran of 2 escapes _ gets new home

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — A South African lion who escaped twice from a national park since last year is being moved to another park where, officials say, there is little chance of a breakout.

Trump and Sanders float idea of unusual presidential debate

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Trump holds rally with supporters in Anaheim, California By Megan Cassella WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders could be heading to an unconventional face-off in California, after the two presidential candidates expressed an interest in squaring off in a one-on-one debate. Sanders, a U.S. senator from Vermont, is still running behind Clinton in the battle for the Democratic presidential nomination. Trump reached the number of delegates needed to secure the party's presidential nomination on Thursday, the Associated Press reported on Thursday, citing its own delegate count.


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Ukraine bans Gorbachev for backing Crimea annexation

Former Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev's policies helped end the Cold War during the 1980s Ukraine's security service said Thursday it had banned the last Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev for backing Russia's annexation of Crimea. Ukraine's National Security Service (SBU) said the 85-year-old who presided over the breakup of the Soviet Union was barred from entering the country for five years. "For publicly backing the annexation of Crimea, Mikhail Gorbachev is banned from entering Ukraine for five years," the SBU said on Twitter.


Ukraine bans Gorbachev for backing Crimea annexation

Former Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev's policies helped end the Cold War during the 1980s Ukraine's security service said Thursday it had banned the last Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev for backing Russia's annexation of Crimea. Ukraine's National Security Service (SBU) said the 85-year-old who presided over the breakup of the Soviet Union was barred from entering the country for five years. "For publicly backing the annexation of Crimea, Mikhail Gorbachev is banned from entering Ukraine for five years," the SBU said on Twitter.


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