• Taiwan’s president predicts more pressure from China

    TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen says China’s pressure on the self-governing island democracy will only increase amid a changing international situation.
    Tsai is seeking a second term in January’s presidential elections and told supporters Sunday night she had overseen an upgrading in the island’s defense against China’s military threat.
    Tsai said: “International political affairs are changing. The U.S.-China trade war is still going on. Pro
  • Gunman still at large after killing outside Chicago school

    CHICAGO (AP) — Authorities are still searching for a man who allegedly shot and killed his daughter’s mother’s new boyfriend of outside of a Chicago elementary school.
    Police say the gunman approached Richard Buick in his SUV early Friday outside of Moving Everest Charter School in the city’s West Side. The shooter fired and fled. Authorities say his 6-year-old daughter and her mother, who was holding a baby, were walking into the school.
    Teacher Scott Musso and school nu
  • Illegal pot farms on public land create environmental hazard

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A month after two men were arrested at an illicit marijuana farm on public land in the California wilderness, authorities are assessing the environmental impact and cleanup costs at the site.
    A group including Forest Service rangers, scientists and conservationists hiked into the so-called trespass grow where 9,000 cannabis plants were illegally cultivated in the Shasta Trinity National Forest.
    Officials say trees were clear-cut, waterways diverted, and the ground litter
  • Number of international students down at ASU, UArizona, NAU

    PHOENIX (AP) — Fewer international students are enrolling at Arizona’s three state universities, and that means the schools are losing revenue from pricey out-of-state tuition.
    The Arizona Republic reports that all three schools had larger international graduating classes in the past two years than the number of incoming students, which resulted in the declines.
    Arizona State University’s international enrollment is down more than 6% since 2016 and has been in decline for three
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  • Record attendance at women’s soccer game in Brazil

    SAO PAULO (AP) — Brazilian women’s soccer set an attendance record on Saturday with more than 28,000 fans at the Arena Corinthians stadium to watch the second leg of the Sao Paulo state championship final.
    Corinthians beat local rival Sao Paulo 3-0 in front of 28,862 fans, Corinthians tweeted. Match tickets had been given out for free during the week.
    Corinthians won the first leg 1-0.
    The previous record was in 2017 at Manaus’ Arena Amazonia in the semifinals of the Brazilian
  • Trump defends an unlikely target: Joe Biden

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is defending an unlikely target: Joe Biden.
    Trump is responding to North Korea calling the former vice president and Democratic candidate a “rabid dog” who “must be beaten to death with a stick.”
    Trump says in a tweeted message to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that Biden “may be Sleepy and Very Slow,” but says, “he is not a ‘rabid dog’” and “is actually somewhat better than that.&rd
  • Authorities: 19 hospitalized after bus hits tractor trailer

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Authorities say more than a dozen people have been hospitalized in Virginia after a commercial bus hit an overturned tractor trailer on Interstate 64.
    Citing Virginia State Police, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports 19 people were brought to hospitals after the Sunday morning crash on Afton Mountain at the Augusta and Nelson County line.
    Police say the tractor trailer was heading east when the driver lost control and overturned across the road. A bus with 20 pa
  • Egypt officials: 3 security forces killed in Sinai blast

    EL-ARISH, Egypt (AP) — Egyptian officials say a roadside bomb has killed at least three members of the security forces in the restive northern Sinai province.
    The explosion hit their armored vehicle Sunday in the town of Sheikh Zuweid. Four other security force members were wounded, including an officer.
    The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to talk to reporters.
    No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack.
    Egypt has for years be
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  • Thousands protest election reform failure in Georgia

    TBILISI, Georgia (AP) — Thousands of protesters are demonstrating outside the parliament in Georgia, demanding snap elections for the Caucasus country’s legislature after lawmakers failed to pass a promised electoral-reform measure.
    The Georgian Dream party, which dominates the country’s politics and holds a strong majority in the parliament, had promised a constitutional amendment under which all seats filled in the 2020 parliamentary election would be allotted by the percenta
  • Black Eyed Peas star accuses Qantas attendant of racism

    SYDNEY (AP) — Black Eyed Peas musician will.i.am has accused a flight attendant from Australia’s national carrier Qantas of being racist and rude to him on a flight.
    The musician says he was met by police at Sydney Airport on Saturday after an incident with an “overly aggressive flight attendant” who he says was upset with him because he couldn’t hear her through his noise-cancelling headphones.
    He tweeted a photo of a police officer and said: “This is how you
  • Business chief concerned about UK parties’ economic policies

    LONDON (AP) — A senior British business leader has raised concerns about the economic policies of the two main parties in next month’s election, describing 2020 as the most important year in a generation due to uncertainty over Britain’s departure from the European Union.
    Confederation of British Industry Director-General Carolyn Fairbairn told Sky News on Sunday that Labour’s plans will “crack the foundations of our economy,” while the Conservative Party&rsqu
  • Russia providing mood music for House impeachment drama

    WASHINGTON (AP) — For all the talk about Ukraine in the House impeachment inquiry, there’s a character standing just off-stage with a dominant role in this tale of international intrigue: Russia.
    As has so often been the case since President Donald Trump took office, Moscow provides the mood music for the unfolding political drama.
    “With you, Mr. President, all roads lead to Putin,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi declared last week, and not for the first time.
    The impeachment
  • Fleetwood comes from 6 shots back to win playoff in Sun City

    SUN CITY, South Africa (AP) — Tommy Fleetwood came from six shots behind going into the final round to win the Nedbank Golf Challenge in a playoff on Sunday.
    Fleetwood beat Marcus Kinhult on the first extra hole at Sun City for a fifth European Tour victory and his first at the Nedbank. The Englishman made par on No. 18 and Sweden’s Kinhult a bogey in the playoff.
    Fleetwood carded three eagles in his final round to surge into contention with a 7-under 65. That put him tied with Kinhu
  • Lebanon’s outgoing PM blasts president’s party over delays

    BEIRUT (AP) — Lebanon’s outgoing prime minister is harshly criticizing the party of the country’s president after weeks of delay in forming a new Cabinet.
    A statement released Sunday by Saad Hariri’s office called the policies of Michel Aoun’s party “irresponsible.”
    Almost three weeks after Hariri resigned amid massive anti-government protests, Aoun has yet to call for consultations with parliamentary blocs’ leaders to name a new premier.
    Nationwid
  • Algeria kicks off presidential campaign, 5 candidates to run

    ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Algeria’s presidential campaign is officially starting Sunday with five candidates vying to replace the longtime leader pushed out in April amid sustained protests.
    Two former prime ministers, Ali Benflis and Abdelmadjid Tebboune, are among those running in the Dec. 12 election to replacing former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
    Big crowds took to the streets Friday for a 39th consecutive week to demand an end to Algeria’s post-colonial political system.
  • France’s yellow vests stage new protests for anniversary

    PARIS (AP) — Yellow vest activists are staging fresh protests across France to mark the birth last year of their movement for economic justice, a day after scuffles between Paris police and activists marred the anniversary.
    Interior minister Christophe Castaner deplored Saturday’s violence on CNews television. He said Paris police had detained 173 people.
    Authorities said about 28,000 people marched across France on Saturday, including 4,700 in Paris. Yellow vest activists said there
  • Alleged Norwegian spy returns home after Russian prison time

    HELSINKI (AP) — A Norwegian man convicted of espionage in Russia has returned to his native country after a Cold War-style spy swap in Lithuania.
    Norwegian news agency NTB said Sunday that Frode Berg was flown by private jet from Vilnius, Lithuania, to Gardermoen military air base near Oslo late Saturday.
    His lawyer, Brynjulf Risnes, told Norwegian public broadcaster NRK that the retired border inspector was relieved but “confused” to be back in Norway after been “in pris
  • Same as it ever was: worker health benefit costs rise again

    In the ever-shifting world of company-provided health insurance, here’s a constant: It keeps getting more expensive.
    Workers may learn that their doctor will no longer be covered or they might have to pay a higher deductible before most coverage begins. Meanwhile, the employer paying most of the insurance bill faces the same big concern every year: The cost will probably rise higher than wages and inflation.
    Employer-sponsored health insurance is the most common form of health coverage in
  • White House urgently ramps up push for drug cost legislation

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House is ramping up its push to get a bill through Congress that curbs prescription drug costs.
    With the impeachment investigation advancing, domestic policy adviser Joe Grogan says there’s still a once-in-a-generation chance at a bipartisan deal. But he acknowledges “some current complications.”
    After months of dialogue, President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have parted ways on Medicare price negotiations. The president is now
  • Afghan candidate halts another attempt at ballot recount

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The Afghan election commission has tried to launch another ballot recount but presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah halted the attempt by saying he won’t let his observers participate.
    The September election has been mired in controversy. The election commission has tried to carry out a ballot recount. Both President Ashraf Ghani and his main rival and chief executive in the current government, Abdullah, were running for president.
    Afghan election laws ca
  • Wofford pays visit to Mizzou

    Wofford (2-2) vs. Missouri (2-1)
    Mizzou Arena, Columbia, Missouri; Monday, 8 p.m. EST
    BOTTOM LINE: Wofford and Missouri look to bounce back from losses. Both teams are coming off of road losses in their last game. Missouri lost 63-58 in overtime to Xavier on Tuesday, while Wofford fell 80-61 at Butler on Saturday.
    BIG MEN ON CAMPUS: The do-everything Dru Smith is putting up 13 points, five rebounds and four assists to lead the way for the Tigers. Jeremiah Tilmon has complemented D. Smith and is
  • Utah State puts streak on line vs UTSA

    UTSA (0-4) vs. Utah State (4-0)
    Dee Glen Smith Spectrum, Logan, Utah; Monday, 9 p.m. EST
    BOTTOM LINE: Utah State looks for its fourth straight victory of the season as it goes up against UTSA. UTSA is looking to break its current four-game losing streak. Utah State is coming off an 81-54 win at home against NC A&T on Friday.
    LEADING THE CHARGE: Utah State’s Justin Bean has averaged 14.3 points and 11 rebounds while Sam Merrill has put up 16.5 points, five rebounds and 4.8 assists. For
  • UMass Lowell hosts Dartmouth

    Dartmouth (3-1) vs. UMass Lowell (2-4)
    Costello Athletic Center, Lowell, Massachusetts; Sunday, 3:30 p.m. EST
    BOTTOM LINE: Dartmouth and UMass Lowell look to bounce back from losses. Each program is coming off a loss on Saturday. UMass Lowell lost 60-58 at home to Merrimack, while Dartmouth came up short in a 57-37 game to Jacksonville.
    STEPPING UP: UMass Lowell’s Christian Lutete has averaged 24 points and 9.2 rebounds while Obadiah Noel has put up 14.5 points and 5.5 rebounds. For the Bi
  • SC St. takes on Wilberforce

    Wilberforce vs. South Carolina State (1-2)
    Smith-Hammond-Middleton Center, Orangeburg, South Carolina; Monday, 7 p.m. EST
    BOTTOM LINE: The South Carolina State Bulldogs will be taking on the Bulldogs of NAIA member Wilberforce. South Carolina State lost 65-39 at Liberty in its most recent game.
    TEAM LEADERS: Damni Applewhite has averaged 9.7 points and 6.7 rebounds to lead the way for South Carolina State. Jahmari Etienne is also a big contributor, with 11.7 points per game.AWESOME APPLEWHITE: I
  • Oakland plays host to Hartford

    Hartford (3-1) vs. Oakland (3-2)
    Athletics Center Orena, Oakland, Michigan; Monday, 7 p.m. EST
    BOTTOM LINE: Hartford takes on Oakland in an early season matchup. Both teams last saw action this past Saturday. Hartford knocked off Gordon College by seven at home, while Oakland fell to Maryland on the road, 80-50.
    TEAM LEADERS: Xavier Hill-Mais is putting up 13.4 points and seven rebounds to lead the way for the Golden Grizzlies. Complementing Hill-Mais is Daniel Oladapo, who is maintaining an ave
  • N. Fla. goes up against Trinity Baptist

    Trinity Baptist vs. North Florida (3-1)
    UNF Arena, Jacksonville, Florida; Monday, 7 p.m. EST
    BOTTOM LINE: The North Florida Ospreys are set to battle the Eagles of NAIA member Trinity Baptist. North Florida is coming off a 66-63 win at home over Southern Miss in its most recent game.
    STEPPING UP: Carter Hendricksen has maintained a per-game average of 13.8 points and 9.8 rebounds for the Ospreys, while Ivan Gandia-Rosa has recorded 13.8 points, 4.5 rebounds and six assists per game.CLUTCH CARTER
  • Michigan State plays CSU

    Charleston Southern (1-3) vs. Michigan State (2-1)
    Jack Breslin Student Events Center, East Lansing, Michigan; Monday, 6:30 p.m. EST
    BOTTOM LINE: Michigan State plays Charleston Southern in an early season matchup. Charleston Southern fell short in a 90-61 game at Dayton on Saturday. Michigan State is coming off a 76-73 win over Seton Hall on Thursday.
    BIG MEN ON CAMPUS: Michigan State’s Cassius Winston has averaged 19.7 points and 6.3 assists while Xavier Tillman has put up nine points an
  • Kennesaw St. goes for first win vs Reinhardt

    Reinhardt vs. Kennesaw State (0-3)
    KSU Convocation Center, Kennesaw, Georgia; Monday, 7 p.m. EST
    BOTTOM LINE: The Kennesaw State Owls will be taking on the Eagles of NAIA member Reinhardt. Kennesaw State lost 74-62 to Mercer in its most recent game.
    TEAM LEADERS: Tyler Hooker has averaged 12 points to lead the charge for the Owls. Bryson Lockley is also a key contributor, with 10 points and 5.7 rebounds per game.TERRIFIC TYLER: Hooker has connected on 30 percent of the 10 3-pointers he’s a
  • Jacksonville goes up against Merrimack

    Merrimack (2-2) vs. Jacksonville (3-2)
    Costello Athletic Center, Lowell, Massachusetts; Sunday, 1 p.m. EST
    BOTTOM LINE: Merrimack and Jacksonville both look to put winning streaks together . Merrimack beat UMass Lowell by two points on the road in its last outing. Jacksonville is coming off a 57-37 win over Dartmouth in its most recent game.
    TEAM LEADERS: Jacksonville’s Aamahne Santos has averaged 13.2 points and 4.2 assists while David Bell has put up 10 points, 8.4 rebounds and two block
  • CCU hosts Middle Tenn.

    Middle Tennessee (3-0) vs. Coastal Carolina (1-2)
    HTC Center, Conway, South Carolina; Monday, 7 p.m. EST
    BOTTOM LINE: Middle Tennessee pays visit to Coastal Carolina in an early season matchup. Middle Tennessee won 96-82 over Mars Hill on Wednesday, while Coastal Carolina fell to Northern Kentucky on Tuesday, 69-68.
    TEAM LEADERSHIP: The explosive Antonio Green is averaging 25.3 points, four assists and three steals to lead the charge for the Blue Raiders. C.J. Jones is also a key contributor, ac
  • Airstrikes kill 5 in northwest rebel-held Syrian village

    BEIRUT (AP) — Syrian opposition activists say airstrikes on a rebel-held village in the country’s northwest killed five people.
    The Syrian Civil Defense and the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said three women were among the victims.
    Sunday’s airstrike hit the village of Mallaja in Idlib province, the last major rebel stronghold in Syria.
    Last week, Syrian President Bashar Assad said his forces will soon retake Idlib.
    Assad said in an interview that they are n
  • Yemen government delays return, officials blame separatists

    SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Yemeni officials say the government has been forced to delay its return to the city of Aden, blaming southern separatists for stalling on the key point of a power-sharing deal signed early this month to end their infighting.
    Under the agreement brokered by Saudi Arabia between Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi and the separatists, backed by the United Arab Emirates, the government was to have returned to Aden last Tuesday.
    The separatists pushed government forces
  • 2 jets collide after landing in Frankfurt, no one injured

    BERLIN (AP) — Authorities say a collision between two passenger jets on the tarmac at Frankfurt Airport caused damage but left no one injured.
    The Korean Air Boeing and Air Namibia Airbus planes hit each other shortly after both landed at the airport on Saturday evening.
    News agency dpa reported that the German Federal Bureau of Aircraft Accident Investigation said Sunday there were no injuries, and it wasn’t immediately possible to detail the extent of the damage to the planes. Auth
  • Merkel party leader: No overhaul of German coalition deal

    BERLIN (AP) — The leader of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s party is rejecting calls for an overhaul of the accord underpinning Merkel’s often-fractious coalition government.
    Merkel’s center-right Union bloc leads an alliance with the center-left Social Democrats. Halfway through the parliamentary term, the Social Democrats are choosing a new leadership and are expected to decide next month whether to stay in the coalition.
    One Social Democratic leadership contender has
  • UK media: Prince Andrew’s sex claims rebuttal a train wreck

    LONDON (AP) — British media have slammed Prince Andrew’s effort to rebut claims that he had sex with a woman who says she was trafficked as a teenager by Jeffrey Epstein, branding the interview a public relations disaster.
    In a rare interview with BBC Newsnight broadcast Saturday, Andrew categorically denied having sex with the woman, Virginia Roberts Giuffre. But Britain’s newspapers and social media commentators are criticizing him for still defending his friendship with Epst
  • Egypt says 9 killed in road accident in southern province

    CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian police say nine people were killed when a minibus collided with a small truck on a highway in the southern province of Sohag.
    A police statement says the accident took place late on Saturday and that along with the nine killed, nine others were injured. Sohag is located 390 kilometers, or 244 miles, south of the Egyptian capital of Cairo.
    The statement says the injured were taken to nearby hospitals for treatment.
    Road accidents are common in Egypt, often the result o
  • Leaked Russian interference report raises UK vote questions

    LONDON (AP) — A senior Labour party official says leaks from a report on Russian interference in British politics raises serious questions about the security of next month’s election.
    The Sunday Times says the report from Parliament’s intelligence committee concludes that Russian interference may have affected Britain’s 2016 Brexit referendum, though the impact was “unquantifiable.” The Times says the report discusses the impact of articles posted by Russian n
  • Dubai Airshow opens as big Gulf airlines slow down purchases

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The biennial Dubai Airshow has opened as major Gulf airlines reign back big-ticket purchases after a staggering $140 billion in new orders were announced at the 2013 show before global oil prices collapsed.
    The airshow, which runs from Sunday until Thursday, draws major commercial and military firms from around the world, as well as smaller manufacturers competing for business in the Middle East. The United States has the largest foreign country presence
  • Belarus vote set to extend control of strongman Lukashenko

    MINSK, Belarus (AP) — The national elections commission in Belarus says more than a third of the country’s voters have cast early ballots in the country’s parliamentary election, raising concerns that the results will be manipulated.
    Sunday’s election is expected to continue the stifling control that President Alexander Lukashenko has held over the former Soviet republic since 1994. Many opposition candidates, including the two opposition members in the current parliament
  • Iraq protesters block some roads amid strike call

    BAGHDAD (AP) — Anti-government protesters in Iraq have closed some roads in response to a call for a strike from an influential cleric.
    The protesters are also trying to expand their presence in the Iraqi capital further after seizing control of a strategic square in central Baghdad.
    Protesters in Baghdad’s sprawling Sadr City neighborhood on Sunday blocked roads in an effort to keep employees from getting to their workplaces, snarling traffic in some areas.
    The roadblocks are in res
  • Venice braces for another exceptional tide, tourists flee

    VENICE, Italy (AP) — Venetians are bracing for the prospect of another exceptional tide in a season that is setting records.
    Officials are forecasting a 1.6 meter (5 feet, 2 inch) surge of water Sunday through the lagoon city. That comes after Tuesday’s 1.87-meter flood, the worst in 53 years, followed by high tide of 1.54 meters on Friday.
    Those two events mark the first time since records began in 1872 that two floods topped 1.5 meters in the same year — much less the same we
  • Democrat Edwards wins reelection in conservative Louisiana

    BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana’s voters have reelected Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards to a second term, deep in the heart of the conservative South. Saturday’s election outcome shocked Republicans who hoped to reclaim the seat on the strength of President Donald Trump’s popularity.
    The moderate Edwards cobbled together enough cross-party support with his focus on bipartisan, state-specific issues to defeat Republican businessman Eddie Rispone. Edwards received about
  • Slovis’ 4 TD passes lead USC past California 41-17

    BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Kedon Slovis completed 29 of 35 passes for 406 yards and four touchdowns against one of the Pac-12’s top pass defenses, leading Southern California to a 41-17 victory over California on Saturday night.
    Slovis threw touchdown passes on the final drive of the first half for the Trojans (7-4, 6-2 Pac-12) and the opening drive of the third quarter to keep USC in the race for the Pac-12 South title. The Trojans are a half-game behind Utah but holds the tiebreaker b
  • Italy’s white truffle hunters worry about climate change

    ALBA, Italy (AP) — Rising global temperatures are worrying truffle hunters around the Italian town of Alba, where the most prized specimens can fetch twice the price of gold.
    This particularly warm October, eight out of 10 white truffles unearthed by Carlo Olivero with his trusty 3-year-old dog Steel were dark, withered and dried out.
    To stave off the longer-term climate change impact on the production of the highly prized white truffle, experts have launched initiatives to better preserve
  • Saudi Aramco to sell 1.5% stake, valuing company up to $1.7T

    RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Saudi Arabia’s state oil giant Saudi Aramco is going to sell a 1.5% stake in its company on Riyadh’s stock exchange.
    That’s according to documents released on Sunday by the company.
    The company says it will have 200 billion regular shares. A 1.5% stake in the company would be around 3 billion shares.
    It put the price range of its stock up to 32 Saudi riyals, or $8.50. That 1.5% stake, at that top price, would raise as much as 96 billion Saudi r
  • No. 6 Oregon downs Arizona 34-6 for 9th straight win

    EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Justin Herbert threw for 333 yards and four touchdowns and No. 6 Oregon won its ninth straight game and secured a spot in the Pac-12 championship game with a 34-6 victory over Arizona on Saturday night.
    Graduate transfer Juwan Johnson caught five passes for 93 yards and a score for the Ducks (9-1, 7-0 Pac-12). Oregon hasn’t won seven straight in conference play to start a season since 2012, and no Pac-12 team has started 7-0 in league play since Stanford in 2015.
  • CS Fullerton tops CS Stanislaus 82-62

    FULLERTON, Calif. (AP) — Austen Awosika had a career-high 26 points and Cal State Fullerton rolled past Cal State Stanislaus 82-62 on Saturday night.
    Awosika shot 9 for 11 from the foul line. He added six rebounds and six assists.
    Wayne Arnold had 14 points for Cal State Fullerton (2-2). Brandonn Kamga added 12 points and nine rebounds and Tory San Antonio had eight rebounds and four assists.
    Ty Davis had 16 points for the Warriors and Darius Scott added eight points and seven rebounds.
    Ca
  • Henderson throws 3 TD passes, No. 21 Broncos beat New Mexico

    BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Jaylon Henderson threw for 292 yards and three touchdowns, Sonatane Lui had two fumble recoveries, including one for a score, and No. 21 Boise State beat New Mexico 42-9 on Saturday night.
    Boise State (9-1, 5-0, No. 21 CFP), which maintained its one-game lead atop the Mountain Division, raced out to a 28-0 lead in the first quarter and was never seriously challenged. It was the first time the Broncos scored that many points in the first quarter since registering 28 agai
  • Aide recounts actions tying Trump to delay in Ukraine funds

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Testimony in the House impeachment investigation is tying President Donald Trump more closely to the allegation that he held up military aid to Ukraine in exchange for investigations of his political rivals.
    A National Security Council aide said that Ambassador Gordon Sondland told a Ukrainian official that the assistance would be delivered once a Ukraine official announced an investigation into the gas company for which Joe Biden’s son worked.
    Lawmakers released a
  • Hong Kong police say officer hit in leg by arrow during faceoff with protesters outside university

    HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong police say officer hit in leg by arrow during faceoff with protesters outside university.
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