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Dow, S&P 500 edge back up to record highs

FILE - This Oct. 8, 2014 file photo shows a Wall Street address carved in the side of a building, in New York. U.S. financial markets were mixed in early trading Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014 as soft economic data out of China and Europe stoked concerns about a global slowdown. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File) U.S. stocks rebounded Thursday, sending the Dow Jones industrial average and Standard & Poor's 500 index back into record territory.


Senate to work longer under GOP control next year

WASHINGTON (AP) — Incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is sending a stern signal to senators used to long weekends and frequent vacations: The Senate is going to work longer hours under GOP control next year.

China policies fuel tensions with US: commission

China's first aircraft carrier, a former Soviet carrier called the Varyag, docked after its handover to the People's Liberation Army navy in Dalian on September 24, 2012 China's souring foreign investment climate, "unfair" trade practices and inceased military spending heightened tensions between the United States and Beijing in 2014, a US commission said Thursday. Security ties between the two world powers deteriorated this year amid increased territorial disputes in the South China Sea. Reports by the commission of former lawmakers, former officials, and other experts have in the past irritated officials in Beijing, where Washington opinions are always under a microscope. "This trend continued in 2014 with a 12.2 percent increase over the previous year, bringing China's announced projected defense budget to approximately $131.6 billion, though China's actual spending on defense is no doubt larger than this figure," USCC chairman Dennis Shea said while unveiling the report.


Iran nuclear talks stuck, deadline may be extended: officials

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius and US Secretary of State John Kerry speak during a joint statement at the Quai d'Orsay Foreign Affairs ministry in Paris By Louis Charbonneau and Parisa Hafezi VIENNA (Reuters) - A deadline for resolving a 12-year-old dispute over Iran's nuclear program may be extended from Monday until March because of sharp disagreements between Tehran and world powers, officials close to the talks said on Thursday. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was due to meet Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif with European Union envoy Catherine Ashton to try to break the stalemate, but talk of an extension prompted calls for tougher sanctions in Washington. ...


English club withdraws offer to convicted rapist

SHEFFIELD, England (AP) — An English football club withdrew its offer to allow a player who was convicted of rape to resume training at its facilities, saying on Thursday the backlash from critics had been "at an intensity that could not have been anticipated."

Papal official tempers point about accused bishops

VATICAN CITY (AP) — The head of Pope Francis' commission to fight sex abuse is tempering his remarks about accountability for bishops accused of covering up for abusive priests, saying they deserve a fair hearing, too.

Puerto Rico touts $130M renovated airport terminal

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Officials in Puerto Rico have unveiled a $130 million renovated terminal at the island's main international airport.

Egypt arrests Brotherhood leader as crackdown intensifies

Riot police take their positions along Mohamed Mahmoud Street during the third anniversary of violent and deadly clashes near Tahrir Square in Cairo CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian police on Thursday detained Mohamed Ali Bishr, one of the few Muslim Brotherhood leaders to escape jail after last year's overthrow of Islamist president Mohamed Mursi, extending a sweeping crackdown on political dissent. Bishr, a veteran politician who served as a cabinet minister under Mursi, was accused of inciting violence and terrorism, and of seeking to overthrow the government after he called for mass protests on Nov. 28, state media said. ...


Egypt's Sisi says pardon for Al Jazeera journalists 'being discussed'

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi suggested on Thursday he was considering pardoning journalists of the Qatar-based Al Jazeera television station jailed in his country for nearly a year. Human rights groups condemned the trial of the journalists as a sham, Western governments have decried the verdict, and the United Nations questioned Egypt's judicial independence. The affair has contributed to tensions between Egypt and Qatar. ...

LA Kings' Voynov charged with domestic violence

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov has been charged with felony domestic violence.

Sentencing delayed for terror supporter in Florida

MIAMI (AP) — A man seeking a more lenient prison sentence than federal prosecutors want for supporting overseas terrorism must first demonstrate he has renounced extremist views and show remorse, a federal judge said Thursday.

Friends, family bury slain Honduran Miss World contestant, sister

By Jorge Cabrera SANTA BARBARA Honduras (Reuters) - Amid applause and sobs, friends and family buried a murdered Honduran beauty queen and her sister on Thursday while authorities charged a suspect with the crime. The bodies of Maria Jose Alvarado, 19, and her sister Sofia, 23, were found buried near a river in the mountainous region of Santa Barbara in western Honduras, police said on Wednesday. Police believe Plutarco Ruiz, Sofia's boyfriend, shot and killed the elder sister in a fit of jealousy after seeing her dancing with another person and then shot Maria Jose and buried the bodies. ...

Boko Haram said to kill about 45 people in Nigeria

MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) — The leader of a vigilante fighter group in Nigeria says Boko Haram militants have killed about 45 people in an attack on a village.

U.S. to send new troops to Iraq even before Congress OKs funds

By David Alexander and Phil Stewart WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some of the 1,500 new U.S. troops authorized to advise and train Iraqi forces in their fight against Islamic State militants will deploy to the country in the next few weeks without waiting for Congress to fund the mission, the Pentagon said on Thursday. Rear Admiral John Kirby, the Pentagon press secretary, said leading elements of the U.S. force would begin moving to Iraq in the coming weeks, even if Congress has not yet acted on a $5. ...

Tennessee governor elected next RGA chairman

BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has been elected as the next chairman of the Republican Governors Association.

US sends five Guantanamo inmates to Georgia, Slovakia

This April 8, 2014 photo made during an escorted visit and reviewed by the US military shows an unidentified detainee walking in the excercise yard of the "Camp 6" detention facility at the US Naval Station in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba The United States has transferred five Guantanamo Bay prisoners to Europe as part of efforts to empty and close the controversial US military detention center in Cuba, officials said Thursday. Three Yemeni prisoners were sent to Georgia, while a fourth Yemeni and a Tunisian were transferred to Slovakia, Pentagon spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Myles Caggins said. They arrived by plane around 1900 GMT, leaving behind 143 terror suspects at Guantanamo. The five men -- among them the very first Yemenis to be transferred to Guantanamo in 2010 -- had been cleared for release by President Barack Obama's administration.


Australia fears Islamist radicals joining forces with biker gangs

Members of the Mongols Motorcycle Club ride in formation away from their clubhouse compound located in western Sydney By Matt Siegel SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia is confronting what authorities say is a growing threat from homegrown Islamist radicals and fears a new danger is about to rumble over the horizon - would-be militants hooking up with biker gangs. Islamism and organized crime are already mixing, said retired New South Wales Assistant Police Commissioner Clive Small, and the new gang members use radical Islam as a justification for joining. ...


Parents of slain gay US student head to Russia

FILE- In this Sept. 27, 2008, file photo, Judy and Phillip Shepard, parents of the late Matthew Shepard, listen to University of Wyoming president Tom Buchanan during a dedication of the Matthew Shepard Memorial Bench in Laramie, Wyo. Matthew Shepard was a gay college student that was tortured and murdered in 1998. The two plan to travel to Russia on Friday, Nov. 21, 2014, to spread their message of tolerance and acceptance in a country where anti-gay policies and attitudes are widespread. (AP Photo/Laramie Daily Boomerang, Andy Carpenean, File) NEW YORK (AP) — The parents of a gay U.S. college student tortured and murdered in 1998 are traveling to Russia on Friday to spread their message of tolerance and acceptance in a country where anti-gay policies and attitudes are widespread.


Wigan owner makes controversial comment about Jews

Wigan Athletic's new manager Malky Mackay and Chairman Dave Whelan background pause, during a press conference at the DW Stadium, in Wigan, England, Wednesday Nov. 19, 2014. Wigan was condemned by English football's anti-discrimination organization for hiring Malky Mackay as its manager on Wednesday while he is still under investigation for offensive comments. Since August, the English Football Association has been looking into a dossier from Mackay's time as Cardiff manager, including text messages he acknowledged were "completely unacceptable, inappropriate." (AP Photo/PA, Barrington Coombs) UNITED KINGDOM OUT WIGAN, England (AP) — The owner of English club Wigan has made controversial comments about Jewish people while defending his decision to hire a coach who is under investigation for sending racist and anti-Semitic messages.


Here's How to Tell If Your Management Team Is Filled With Winners or Losers

Here's How to Tell If Your Management Team Is Filled With Winners or Losers Do you know who the winners and losers are on your management team? Sometimes it's hard to tell. But there is one obvious way to identify your winners and losers. All you have to know is who wants the ball?In the 2000 movie, The Replacements, a film about a group of less-than-professional substitute players filling in during a pro football...


Top Asian News at 9:30 p.m. GMT

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea threatened Thursday to bolster its war capability and conduct a fourth nuclear test to cope with what it calls U.S. hostility that led to the approval of a landmark U.N. resolution on its human rights violations. A U.N. committee on Tuesday adopted the resolution urging the Security Council to refer the North's rights situation to the International Criminal Court. It's the first time a U.N. resolution included the idea that the North's absolute leader Kim Jong Un could be targeted by prosecutors. Before the U.N. vote, a North Korean envoy threatened a nuclear test.

Gap revenue misses estimate

The sign outside a Gap store is seen in Broomfield, Colorado (Reuters) - Apparel retailer Gap Inc reported lower-than-expected quarterly revenue, hurt by a 5.5 percent fall in the U.S. sales of its namesake brand.


5 things to watch in Obama's immigration speech

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nev., left, stands next to a sign stating the number of days since the Senate passed immigration reform legislation during a news conference on immigration reform, Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, on Capitol Hill in Washington. From left are, Reid, Senate Majority Whip Richard Durbin of Ill., Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash. and Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) WASHINGTON (AP) — After years of wrangling with Congress over how to fix the country's immigration system, President Barack Obama is ready to announce his plan to take action alone.


Granada starts strong at Tour Championship

NAPLES, Fla. (AP) — Julieta Granada played bogey free in a tough wind Thursday for a 6-under 66 to take a two-shot lead in the CME Group Tour Championship.

Leading US TV networks snub Obama immigration speech

US President Barack Obama speaks on November 20, 2014 in Washington, DC Three leading US television networks -- ABC, NBC and CBS -- will not broadcast US President Barack Obama's prime-time address on immigration Thursday, irritating the White House. NBC said it would carry the speech live only on its news channel MSNBC. ABC confirmed it would not carry Obama's address on television but would feature it on all its ABC News digital platforms, including Apple TV and radio. The White House had hoped for broad prime-time television coverage of the speech in which Obama will declare his plans to shield millions of undocumented migrants from deportation.


Severe flooding hits Guyana after heavy rains

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) — Heavy rains have flooded thousands of homes in the South American country of Guyana and forced the closure of schools and businesses in the capital, officials said Thursday.

Israeli mayor's ban on Arab workers ignites uproar

Itamar Shimoni, Israeli mayor of the costal city of Ashkelon, visits a kindergarten in Ashkelen, Israel, Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014. Shimoni has suspended Israeli Arab laborers from work, renovating bomb shelters at local day-care centers. The move drew widespread criticism on Thursday, including from Netanyahu who said "there is no place for discrimination against Israeli Arabs." (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov) JERUSALEM (AP) — The mayor of a southern Israeli city sparked a national uproar Thursday by barring Israeli Arab construction workers from jobs in local preschools, citing security concerns after a rash of attacks by Palestinian assailants elsewhere in the country.


100-year-old woman sees the ocean for the 1st time

Ruby Holt, a 100-year-old Tennessee native, walks on the beach for the first time in her life Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014, in Orange Beach, Ala. The Brookdale Senior Living and Wish of a Lifetime organizations both provide Holt a wish of her choice. She chose to see the ocean for the first time. She said she'd never seen anything as big as the ocean. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson) ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (AP) — Ruby Holt spent most of her 100 years on a farm in rural Tennessee, picking cotton and raising four children. She never had the time or money to go to a beach.


Round 2: Buffalo faces another wintry wallop

Round 2: Buffalo faces another wintry wallop A new blast of lake-effect snow pounded Buffalo for a third day on Thursday, piling more misery on a city already buried by an epic, deadly snowfall that could leave some areas with nearly 8 feet of snow on the ground when it's all done.


Dismissal sought of Jindal's anti-Common Core suit

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — A federal judge peppered attorneys with questions Thursday about Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's lawsuit accusing U.S. education officials of manipulating $4.3 billion in federal grant money and policy waivers to illegally pressure states to adopt Common Core standards and testing.

Journal indicates FSU shooter suspected government

Police investigate a shooting scene at Strozier Library on Florida State campus on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, in Tallahassee, Fla. At least two people are being treated for injuries Thursday after a shooting at Florida State University, and officials issued an alert for students to take shelter as officers converged on the campus library. (AP Photo/Steve Cannon) TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A Florida State University alumnus and attorney who shot three people at the school's library early Thursday believed the government was targeting him for persecution, detailing his thoughts in a journal and in videos detectives obtained, authorities said.


Ex-coal exec pleads not guilty in W.Va. mine blast

FILE - In this Thursday, July 22, 2010, file photo, former Massey Energy Company Chairman and CEO Don Blankenship speaks at the National Press Club in Washington. On Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, Blankenship pleaded not guilty to conspiracy charges in a 2010 West Virginia mine explosion that killed 29 men. Blankenship faces up to 31 years in prison, if convicted. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File) BECKLEY, W.Va. (AP) — Ex-coal company chief executive Don Blankenship pleaded not guilty Thursday to conspiracy and other charges in the deadliest U.S. mine accident in four decades.


Nicaragua: Studies say canal impact to be minimal

MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — The Chinese company picked to build a $40 billion inter-oceanic canal across Nicaragua has presented studies saying the project will have minimal environmental and social impact.

Yanks sell Wheeler's rights to Golden Eagles

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Yankees have sold the rights to infielder Zelous Wheeler to the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles of Japan's Pacific League.

Residents in western New York call snow worst in memory

Heavy machinery clears snow from a street following an autumn storm in Buffalo By Ellen Wulfhorst (Reuters) - Fresh snow fell on Thursday in snowbound western New York state, where longtime residents described the blast of winter weather as the worst in memory. At least eight deaths were blamed on the storm. Some areas of New York along the Great Lakes had nearly 2 feet (60 cm) of new snow on top of accumulations as high as 5 feet (1.5 meters) from earlier in the week. The National Weather Service said parts of the region could expect 3 feet (9O cm) more snow before skies clear on Friday. "I've been in a lot of snowstorms, and this is by far the worst. ...


Residents in western New York call snow worst in memory

Heavy machinery clears snow from a street following an autumn storm in Buffalo By Ellen Wulfhorst (Reuters) - Fresh snow fell on Thursday in snowbound western New York state, where longtime residents described the blast of winter weather as the worst in memory. At least eight deaths were blamed on the storm. Some areas of New York along the Great Lakes had nearly 2 feet (60 cm) of new snow on top of accumulations as high as 5 feet (1.5 meters) from earlier in the week. The National Weather Service said parts of the region could expect 3 feet (9O cm) more snow before skies clear on Friday. "I've been in a lot of snowstorms, and this is by far the worst. ...


Fed launches review of supervision of major banks

Detail from the front of the United States Federal Reserve Board building is shown in Washington WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve has launched a review of how it oversees major banks, calling on its inspector general to help with the probe after a series of critical reports.


Egypt president considering pardon of journalists

CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi said on Thursday that a presidential pardon is "being examined" for the three Al-Jazeera journalists who were handed heavy prison terms in a court ruling that raised international outrage.

A look at the numbers in Obama's immigration plan

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama's administrative actions will cover as many as 5 million immigrants living in the country illegally. Rough estimates of those affected:

Matthew Shepard's parents head to Russia

FILE- In this Sept. 27, 2008, file photo, Judy and Phillip Shepard, parents of the late Matthew Shepard, listen to University of Wyoming president Tom Buchanan during a dedication of the Matthew Shepard Memorial Bench in Laramie, Wyo. Matthew Shepard was a gay college student that was tortured and murdered in 1998. The two plan to travel to Russia on Friday, Nov. 21, 2014, to spread their message of tolerance and acceptance in a country where anti-gay policies and attitudes are widespread. (AP Photo/Laramie Daily Boomerang, Andy Carpenean, File) NEW YORK (AP) — The parents of Matthew Shepard, the gay Wyoming college student tortured and murdered in 1998, are traveling to Russia on Friday to spread their message of tolerance and acceptance in a country where anti-gay policies and attitudes are widespread.


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