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This photo and sketch combo shows an undated photo provided by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office of Aaron Saucedo, left, and a July 2016 composite sketch provided by the Phoenix Police Department showing a suspect in a series of fatal shootings in Phoenix. Saucedo, a 23-year-old Phoenix man arrested in a string of 2016 serial killings that terrorized several Phoenix neighborhoods, is proclaiming his innocence. The former city bus driver declared "I'm innocent" during a brief court hearing Monday, May 8, 2017. (Maricopa County Sheriff's Office and Phoenix Police Department via AP)
May 09, 2017 - 5:00 pm
PHOENIX (AP) — A former city bus driver suspected in a string of nine deadly shootings that spread fear in Phoenix declared "I'm innocent" as residents of the terrorized neighborhoods expressed both relief Tuesday over the arrest and frustration that it took so long. Aaron Saucedo, 23, spoke up...
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May 09, 2017 - 4:12 pm
ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) — Nigeria's presidential spokesman says one of the girls kidnapped by Boko Haram extremists in 2014 and who was among those who could have been released on Saturday has chosen to stay. Garba Shehu said Tuesday that the young woman said she was happy with her husband and didn't...
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FILE - This Nov. 3, 2014, file photo, shows a plaque bearing the likeness of Donald Trump at the entrance to the Trump Taj Mahal Casino resort in Atlantic City N.J. Billionaire investor Carl Icahn has revealed in documents filed with federal securities regulators that he sold the shuttered Taj Mahal, which the now-president of the United States built for $1.2 billion in 1990, for $50 million to Hard Rock International, or about 4 cents on the dollar from what Trump spent on it. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
May 09, 2017 - 4:11 pm
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Donald Trump wrote "The Art Of The Deal," but it was Florida's Seminole Indians who made a truly amazing deal to buy the opulent casino built by the man who is now president. The Trump Taj Mahal, the Atlantic City casino that the real estate mogul built for $1.2 billion...
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May 09, 2017 - 4:01 pm
Audible.com best-sellers for week ending May 5: Fiction 1. Into the Water by Paula Hawkins, narrated by Laura Aikman, Rachel Bavidge, Sophie Aldred, Daniel Weyman and Imogen Church (Penguin Audio) 2. The Handmaid's Tale: Special Edition by Margaret Atwood, narrated by Claire Danes, author and full...
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Blanca Chico, an uninsured patient who uses Planned Parenthood Arizona to get her health services, stands in a park near where she lives in Scottsdale, Ariz., on Tuesday, May 9, 2017. Republican lawmakers in Arizona and Iowa took steps to join a growing list of states that have acted to curtail public funding for Planned Parenthood, which is the leading provider of abortions in the U.S. but also provides a range of other health services that would be affected by the funding cuts. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
May 09, 2017 - 3:59 pm
PHOENIX (AP) — From the U.S. Capitol and the White House to far-flung battlegrounds in Arizona, Iowa and elsewhere, it's been a dramatic fortnight in the debate over access to abortion and birth control. Foes of abortion celebrated a series of advances and claimed new momentum, as abortion rights...
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May 09, 2017 - 3:59 pm
iBook charts for week ending May 7, 2017 (Rank, Book Title by Author Name, ISBN, Publisher ): Rank, Book Title by Author Name, ISBN, Publisher 1. Into the Water by Paula Hawkins - 9780735211216 - (Penguin Publishing Group) 2. The Fix by David Baldacci - 9781455586554 - (Grand Central Publishing) 3...
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May 09, 2017 - 3:58 pm
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate is on track to confirm Dr. Scott Gottlieb as the head of the Food and Drug Administration. Senators are slated to vote Tuesday on the nomination of Gottlieb. He's a physician-turned-health consultant who has criticized many FDA regulations as unnecessary. But he says...
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FILE - In this Thursday, July 9, 2015 file photo, South Sudan's President Salva Kiir, left, accompanied by army chief of staff Paul Malong, right, waves during an independence day ceremony in the capital Juba, South Sudan. South Sudan's army chief of staff Paul Malong, who had been proposed for U.N. sanctions and accused of directing last year's fighting in the capital that left hundreds dead, has been removed from his post, a presidential spokesman said Tuesday, May 9, 2017. (AP Photo/Jason Patinkin, File)
May 09, 2017 - 3:41 pm
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — South Sudan's army chief of staff, accused of directing last year's fighting in the capital that left hundreds dead, has been removed from his post after months of government infighting and high-level military resignations and as ethnic violence in the country's civil war has...
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North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper, left, and Wilson Ervin, Chair of the Credit Suisse Americas Foundation, pose with the State Seal during a news conference at Credit Suisse in Morrisville, N.C., Tuesday, May 9, 2017. Credit Suisse plans to add up to 1,200 jobs at its North Carolina technology hub. The jobs projection comes five weeks after North Carolina partially repealed a state law limiting LGBT rights. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)
May 09, 2017 - 3:37 pm
MORRISVILLE, N.C. (AP) — Credit Suisse announced 1,200 more jobs for its North Carolina technology hub on Tuesday, saying a partial repeal of the state's law limiting the rights of gay and transgender people does just enough to satisfy its need to attract top workers. North Carolina also approved...
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FILE – In this May 13, 2015, file photo, emergency personnel work near the wreckage of a New York City-bound Amtrak passenger train following a derailment that killed eight people and injured about 200 others in Philadelphia. Amtrak engineer Brandon Bostian won't be charged in the May 12, 2015, derailment, according to two lawyers for victims of the crash, Tom Kline and Robert Mongeluzzi. KYW-AM first reported Tuesday, May 9, 2017, that the lawyers say Bostian won't be charged. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)
May 09, 2017 - 3:36 pm
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The speeding Amtrak engineer involved in a derailment that killed eight people and injured about 200 others in Philadelphia won't face criminal charges, the city district attorney's office said Tuesday. Prosecutors said they can't prove engineer Brandon Bostian acted with "...
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