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AccuWeather: Cool Start to Memorial Day Weekend

AccuWeather: Cool Start to Memorial Day Weekend Meteorologist Cecily Tynan is tracking a dramatic temperature swing over the holiday weekend.

Woman found pushing dead 3-year-old son in swing

Woman found pushing dead 3-year-old son in swing A woman was found in a Maryland park pushing her dead toddler in a swing, and authorities say she may have been there all night.

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Greenaway to shoot Russia film backed by sanction-hit Putin ally

"It's a rather ambitious project, creating a 150-minute film showing the multi-national, multi-religious and multi-ethnic character of the Volga region," Greenaway was quoted as saying in a statement in Russian British director Peter Greenaway is to direct a film about Russia backed by a billionaire businessman and ally of President Vladimir Putin who has come under US sanctions over the Ukraine crisis. The movie with the working title "Volga" will "look at the past and future of Russia, a country on the border between Europe and Asia," a foundation headed by billionaire businessman Gennady Timchenko said in a statement Friday. A representative of the Timchenko Foundation, Anna Kobzeva, told AFP that Greenaway is "working on the screenplay" of the film, to be produced by Frenchman Pierre-Christian Brochet, a collector of Russian art.

Clinton emails show concern about image after Benghazi

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton waves to supporters gathered outside after she spoke at the Water Street Bookstore in Exeter By Mark Hosenball and Alistair Bell WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Top aides to former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton fretted over how she would be portrayed after the 2012 Benghazi attacks that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans, emails released on Friday showed. The emails from Clinton's personal email account made public by the State Department do not appear to contain any revelations that could badly damage her bid for the presidency in 2016 or provide fodder for Republicans who accuse her of being negligent before the Benghazi attacks. A senior adviser to Clinton, Jake Sullivan, forwarded an email from a State Department official about positive media coverage of a statement she gave on Sept. 12, 2012, the day after the killings.

Quadruple-murder suspect held without bond in Washington

Murder suspect Wint is pictured in police booking photograph Daron Wint, 34, of Lanham, Maryland, is accused of holding construction business owner Savvas Savopoulos and the others captive until he got $40,000 in cash, then killing them and setting fire to their mansion, according to court documents. Acting U.S. Attorney Vincent Cohen Jr. said he was being held without bond.

Ivory Coast opposition picks presidential candidate

Head of the Ivorian Popular Front opposition party Pascal Affi N'guessan delivers a speech on May 21, 2015 in Abidjan Ivory Coast's main opposition, the Ivorian Popular Front of ex-president Laurent Gbagbo, on Friday chose party chief Pascal Affi N'Guessan as its candidate in presidential elections in October. N'Guessan, who won a standing ovation for several minutes, will be up against President Alassane Ouattara in the vote. "My first duty is to continue the fight for Laurent Gbagbo to find freedom" but "also to give hope to Ivory Coast," N'Guessan said, visibly moved.

Polish presidential run-off a razor-edge race

Poland's presidential run-off on May 17, 2015, pitting liberal Bronislaw Komorowski (L) against conservative populist Andrzej Duda, is on a knife-edge with opinion polls Poland's presidential run-off on Sunday, pitting liberal incumbent Bronislaw Komorowski against conservative populist challenger Andrzej Duda, is on a knife-edge with opinion polls and analysts unable to call it. Sunday's outcome is also seen as a harbinger of things to come in an autumn general election ahead of which the governing centrist Civic Platform (PO) -- closely associated with Komorowski -- is running neck and neck with Duda's conservative opposition Law and Justice Party. The 62-year-old Komorowski, a communist-era dissident who has been president since 2010 was stunned by his narrow May 10 first-round loss to Duda.

US, Cuba close round of talks with no embassy announcement

The Cuban flag flies in front of the U.S. Interests Section (background), in Havana WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States and Cuba still have no agreement on re-establishing embassies.

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Clinton emails on Benghazi attack released to public

Hillary Clinton delivers a keynote address at Columbia University, in New York, April 29, 2015 Hundreds of emails by former top US diplomat Hillary Clinton were released by the State Department Friday, seeking to quell a lingering political row about a deadly 2012 attack on a US mission in Libya. The emails have stoked fresh controversy since Clinton -- who is now running for president -- admitted to using a private server and email address during her tenure as secretary of state from 2009 to early 2013. This is something that I've asked to be done as you know for a long time," Clinton said at a campaign event in New Hampshire.

Magnitude 5.3 quake hits Nevada, close to Las Vegas

A magnitude 5.3 earthquake struck Nevada on Friday close to the small town of Caliente, northeast of the tourist hub of Las Vegas, and was followed by a series of smaller aftershocks, the U.S. Geological Survey said. It said the epicenter of the initial quake, which was very shallow at a depth of only 2.5 miles(4 km), was 24 miles (39 km)from Caliente, a town of just over 1,000 people, close to the border with Utah. A dispatcher with the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department, near the epicenter, said the earthquake had been felt widely across the county, but that there were no immediate reports of damage.

8 injured in car, SEPTA bus crash in Hunting Park

8 injured in car, SEPTA bus crash in Hunting Park Authorities say eight people were injured in a crash involving a car and a SEPTA bus in Philadelphia's Hunting Park section.

DC authorities: Ex-con had help in slaying of rich family

DC authorities: Ex-con had help in slaying of rich family Authorities said in court documents made public Friday that than one person is responsible for the slayings of four people inside the mansion of a wealthy Washington family last week.

Ukraine court orders arrest of two 'Russian soldiers'

A captured Russian soldier participates via videoconference in a trial in Kiev's district court on May 22, 2015 A Kiev court on Friday ordered two suspected Russian soldiers who were captured by Ukrainian troops in the separatist east to be placed in pre-trial detention until July 19. Ukraine has charged Captain Yevgeny Yerofeyev and Sergeant Aleksander Aleksandrov with involvement in "terrorist activity" and promised to release them should they fully confess during a "public" trial. Kiev is trying to use the men's detention to prove its longstanding belief that the Kremlin was covertly supporting the rebels with high-tech weapons and troops in order to unsettle Ukraine's pro-Western government.

California water board approves voluntary cutback program by growers

California water regulators on Friday said they had approved a plan by some of the state's most senior water rights holders to voluntary cut back water use by 25 percent in exchange for assurances that they would not face further cuts during the growing season. "This proposal helps Delta growers manage the risk of potentially deeper curtailment, while ensuring significant water conservation efforts in this fourth year of drought,” State Water Board Chair Felicia Marcus said. California is entering its fourth year of a devastating drought that has prompted Governor Jerry Brown to impose the state's first-ever mandatory cutbacks in urban water use, up to 36 percent in some communities.

Wall St. ends lower after Yellen comments fail to inspire

Masiello works at a trading post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange In a speech, Yellen said a rate hike would be warranted this year if the economy keeps improving as expected. Investors have enjoyed an extended period of low volatility and steady gains, but with the Fed on track to raise rates this year and major indexes near records, the market could get a bit choppier in coming weeks. “I think what Janet Yellen and all of the Fed officials have been doing is very carefully choreographing their move.

Ebola-free Liberia can stage internationals

A board bearing the "11 against Ebola", a joint campaign between FIFA, the CAF and health experts, to raise awareness in the fight against Ebola on December 17, 2014 Johannesburg (AFP) - Liberia can stage international matches again after being declared free of the Ebola virus, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced Friday.

Adopt a Gremlin: Special-effects wiz auctioning off movie treasures

Adopt a Gremlin: Special-effects wiz auctioning off movie treasures The legendary Rick Baker is selling work including animatronics and puppets from "Gremlins 2" and "Men in Black." Find out what Mogwai monsters and alien gems await.

Man charged with killing California family obtains attorneys

A man charged with murdering a Southern California family of four has obtained defense attorneys after seeking to represent himself, and a judge on Friday postponed a court hearing where prosecutors will present their evidence. Charles Ray Merritt, 58, an ex-convict, is charged with four counts of murder in the deaths of a couple and their two young sons whose skeletal remains were discovered in 2013 in the desert near Victorville, 60 miles (97 km) northeast of Los Angeles. Merritt appeared in court in San Bernardino, California, on Friday with his lawyers.

Gunfight kills 39 in troubled Mexican state

Members of the Federal police leave a ranch along the Jalisco-Michoacan highway in Vista Hermosa, Michoacan State, on May 22, 2015 where gunmen took cover during an intense gun battle with the police At least 37 people were killed Friday in a gunfight with federal police in a western Mexico region hit by cartel violence, in one of the bloodiest clashes in the country's drug war. Two police officers also died in the shootout with armed civilians in the municipality of Tanhuato, in Michoacan state, near the border with Jalisco state, a federal government official told AFP. Local media said as many as 43 armed civilians were killed.

Five plead not guilty to Kentucky bourbon heist

By Steve Bittenbender LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Reuters) - Five people accused of stealing and selling more than $100,000 worth of expensive bourbons and other whiskeys as part of a years-long conspiracy pleaded not guilty on Friday in a Kentucky court. Gilbert "Toby" Curtsinger, a former worker at the Buffalo Trace distillery in Frankfort, denied charges that he organized the theft of barrels and bottles from Buffalo Trace and the Wild Turkey distilleries. Acting on a tip, Franklin County Sheriff's officers discovered stolen barrels behind a shed on Curtsinger's property, prosecutors said.

Amnesty says torture of Ukraine war prisoners is rife

FILE - In this Saturday Feb. 21, 2015 file photo, Russia-backed separatists, some injured, walk on a snowy road in no man's land after being released by the Ukrainian military in a prisoner exchange, near the village of Zholobok, some 20 kilometers (12 miles) west of Luhansk, Ukraine. Both warring sides in eastern Ukraine are perpetrating war crimes almost daily, including torturing prisoners and summarily killing them, the Amnesty International rights group said in a report Friday May 22, 2015. (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda, file) KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Both warring sides in eastern Ukraine are perpetrating war crimes almost daily, including torturing prisoners and summarily killing them, the Amnesty International rights group said in a report Friday.

Gunfight in western Mexico kills at least 39: officials

At least 39 people were killed on Friday in western Mexico during a fight between suspected gang members and security forces, two government officials said, the latest bloodshed in an area that has been plagued by violent drug gangs. The officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said 37 civilians had been killed in the clash near to Tanhuato in the state of Michoacan, near the border with Jalisco, a region home to Mexico's second-biggest city, Guadalajara. Jalisco, one of the engines of the Mexican economy, is the base of the Jalisco New Generation cartel, which has become a major headache for President Enrique Pena Nieto this year.

Turkey arrests 43 in new sweep against Erdogan foes

A Turkish protester holds up a banner with pictures of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan (C) and the US based cleric Fethullah Gulen (R) during an anti-government demonstration in Istanbul on December 30, 2013 Turkey on Friday arrested 43 people in the central city of Konya in new raids against suspected supporters of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's arch foe, the US-based preacher Fethullah Gulen, reports said. The detentions, which come just two weeks ahead of legislative elections on June 7, are just the latest against supporters of Gulen who are accused of trying to form a "parallel state" in a bid to oust Erdogan from power. Gulen, a former ally of Erdogan, has built up considerable influence over the last years in the judiciary and police, as well as through interests in the education and financial sectors.

Vacation plans collide with must-do agenda for Senate

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Ky. walks to a Republican luncheon on Capitol Hill in Washington, Friday, May 22, 2015. Supporters of President Barack Obama's trade agenda hope to fend off hostile Senate amendments Friday and send a major trade bill to the House, where another fierce debate awaits. Senators also plan to address the government's soon-to-expire authority to collect bulk data on Americans' phone records. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) WASHINGTON (AP) — With President Barack Obama's high-profile agenda at risk, the White House cajoled the Senate in public and private Thursday to pass trade legislation and prevent a lapse in the anti-terrorism Patriot Act before lawmakers rushed off for a weeklong vacation.

Bridge connecting shore towns still closed

Bridge connecting shore towns still closed A bridge closure down at the shore could be a headache this Memorial Day weekend.

Mother stands in at graduation of son killed in prom night crash

A Chicago area woman whose 18-year-old son was killed in an alleged drunk-driving crash after his high-school prom last weekend wore his cap and gown at his graduation in a tribute to him. Along with Dunigan's father, she received a special plaque with his diploma, awards and a graduation ticket. "She got a standing ovation, a lot of tears, a great deal of cheers," said Dwayne Evans, principal of the school in the south Chicago suburb of Calumet City.

IS cements grip on Iraq-Syria border in jihadist surge

The advance by Islamic State fighters on Palmyra has raised fears the Syrian world heritage site could be destroyed A suicide bomber from the extremist Sunni IS also attacked a Shiite mosque in Saudi Arabia, raising sectarian tensions in the region. The jihadists, who now control roughly half of Syria, reinforced their self-declared transfrontier "caliphate" by seizing Syria's Al-Tanaf crossing on the Damascus-Baghdad highway late Thursday. It was the last regime-held border crossing with Iraq.

In Wilde's shadow, shyness and pride in Irish gay marriage vote

Irish nationals who arrived by ferry from Britain pose for a group picture at Dublin port in Ireland, on May 22, 2015, as they prepare to vote in a referendum on whether same-sex marriage should become legal While many voters in Ireland's referendum on introducing same-sex marriage were strolling around Dublin wearing "Yes" badges Friday, many "No" voters were keeping it to themselves. On the corner of plush Merrion Square, outside the childhood home of 19th-century writer Oscar Wilde, there were two placards on the nearest lamp-post, one reading "Vote Yes" and the other "Equality for everybody". At Dublin Port, around 30 Irish emigrants sailed over from Britain to vote "Yes", arriving in home-made t-shirts, cheering and waving balloons and banners.

Microsoft's Windows app stores still 'cesspool' of copyright infringement

Microsoft's Windows app stores still 'cesspool' of copyright infringement The software maker is struggling to make sure its online stores are clean, well-lighted places for apps, even as it readies the update to its Windows operating system.

Rallies after student threatened over Charlie Hebdo tribute

People hold a poster reading "Je suis Charlie (I am Charlie)" during a rally in Paris on January 11, 2015 in tribute to the 17 victims of a three-day killing spree by homegrown Islamists Saint-Maur-des-Fosses (France) (AFP) - Teachers and students at a French school rallied Thursday in support of a pupil who received death threats for publishing an edition of the school newspaper in support of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Education authorities said that the school's security would be strengthened, saying "the internal vigilance will be reinforced", and that the high schooler will have special police protection "if needed". Two of the attackers stormed the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo killing 12 people, including journalists and police officers, and sparking a global outpouring in support of free speech.

Hack of online dating site Adult FriendFinder exposes millions

Hack of online dating site Adult FriendFinder exposes millions Technically Incorrect: Adult FriendFinder, a site where people seek casual, discreet relationships, suffers a breach, exposing the details of almost 4 million of its members.

Firing Is Your Heaviest Burden As a Leader. Here's How to Handle it Gracefully.

Letting an employee go, no matter what the reason, is never an enjoyable task. The truth is - and leaders should never say this to someone who is losing his or her job - that it's tough on the boss. This is one of the heaviest burdens a leader has to shoulder.Using the right terminology and following basic rules doesn't make it easier to let...

Ukraine truce talks make no breakthrough in Minsk

Representatives of self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics, Denis Pushilin (C) and Vladislav Deinego (R) talk to the press after a talk on resolving the Ukranian conflict on May 22, 2015 in Minsk A top pro-Russian rebel said on Friday that a new round of Ukraine crisis talks had resulted in no breakthrough but would continue in the coming weeks. The chief negotiator of the self-declared Lugansk People's Republic said the European-mediated talks got stuck on the crucial issue of when and under what terms Ukraine's two renegade eastern provinces could conduct their own elections. "We discussed the elections but stumbled on many obstacles," Vladislav Deinego told reporters after the latest round of talks in the Belarussian capital Minsk.

4 Sports Rituals That Can Make Your Business Better

The baseball player draws a Hebrew word in the dirt with the tip of his bat during every trip to the plate, and he's not even Jewish. NBA players give each other high five, pat on the backside or some low-key fist bump after free-throws. In our culture we often associate ritual with sports -- a little backside pat before every meeting doesn't...

US officials: Iran enters Iraqi fight for key oil refinery

Displaced civilians from Ramadi wait to receive humanitarian aid from the United Nations in a camp in the town of Amiriyat al-Fallujah, west of Baghdad, Iraq, Friday, May 22, 2015. The United Nations World Food Program said it is rushing food assistance into Anbar to help tens of thousands of residents who have fled Ramadi after it was taken by Islamic State militant group. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban) WASHINGTON (AP) — Iran has entered the fight to retake a major Iraqi oil refinery from Islamic State militants, contributing small numbers of troops — including some operating artillery and other heavy weapons — in support of advancing Iraqi ground forces, U.S. defense officials said Friday.

Firefighter hurt battling blaze in Camden, N.J.

Firefighter hurt battling blaze in Camden, N.J. A firefighter has been injured fighting a 2-alarm blaze in Camden.

Want to Fend Off Cybercrooks? Wear Protection!

Every year at this time we anxiously await Symantec's Internet Security Threat Report, hoping that this would be the year that all cybercrooks would disappear. But, as usual, our hopes have been stomped upon by the facts.We're all aware of the large-scale attacks against big companies, which have gotten big play in the media. But, the...

UN accuses S.Sudan of targeting base as fighting intensifies

A Sudanese soldier stands atop a destroyed tank for the Sudanese Peoples Liberation Army (SPLA) of South Sudan in the oil region of Heglig on April 23, 2012 South Sudanese government tanks backed by helicopter gunships have pushed back rebels from a key oil town, state television showed on Friday, as the UN accused both sides of targeting one of its bases sheltering civilians. The TV footage showed tanks firing as a helicopter gunship -- believed to belong to the Ugandan army which is fighting alongside government troops -- swooped over the burning town of Melut in the key northern oil state of Upper Nile. Senior UN peacekeeping official Edmond Mulet told reporters that 22 shells had hit the UN base in Melut over the past two days, killing eight civilians, in what could amount to a war crime.

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