UN warns 20,000 children are trapped in Iraq's Fallujah
BAGHDAD (AP) -- The U.N. children's fund on Wednesday issued a stark warning to Iraqi troops and Islamic State militants in the battle for Fallujah to spare the children, the most vulnerable among the tens of thousands of civilians who remain trapped by the fighting for control of this city west of Baghdad....
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What UK can learn from Norway as it weighs life outside EU
STAVANGER, Norway (AP) -- Ahead of a June 23 referendum on whether to quit the European Union, Britons are looking across the North Sea to Norway for clues on what life could be like outside the bloc....
In Chile, Wal-Mart adapts to local tastes to reach the top
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -- As Wal-Mart tries to build an international juggernaut, it has had no greater success than in Chile, where even its failures show a commitment to adapting quickly to local shopping habits....
From a young activist, a show of anger at Egypt's courts
CAIRO (AP) -- Egyptian activist Sanaa Seif decided she had had enough of Egypt's justice system....
Gov't report: Airports need more help keeping intruders out
While intruders routinely breach the security fences protecting runways and planes at U.S. airports, the federal Transportation Security Administration is not keeping up with the threat or doing enough to help airports identify their vulnerabilities, according to a government report....
Pennsylvania to write medical marijuana program rules
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- Pennsylvania's Department of Health says it expects to write temporary regulations this year creating a medical marijuana program....
Survey says budget fight inflicted damage on social services
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- A new survey says non-profit organizations that carry out social services in Pennsylvania still owe interest from loans taken out during a protracted state government budget stalemate....
Police departments begin to reward restraint tactics
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A few police agencies in the U.S. have begun rewarding officers for showing restraint in the line of duty, putting the tactic on par with bravery....
Judge who refused to toss Cosby's criminal case will stay on
NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) -- A suburban Philadelphia judge who refused to throw out Bill Cosby's criminal case after his arrest will keep the case through trial....
Bank robber who used sex toy as fake bomb is sent to prison
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- A Pittsburgh man who robbed a bank with a fake bomb made out of phone wires, duct tape and a sex toy has been sentenced to 1 1/2 to 3 years in prison....
Utility agency ordered to release records that led to fine
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- The state's high court has ordered the release of investigative records concerning electric utility PPL's response to a 2011 power outage that resulted in a $60,000 fine from utility regulators....
Customer in McDonald's drive-thru gets run over by own car
MOUNT PLEASANT, Pa. (AP) -- Police say a Pennsylvania woman going through the drive-thru at McDonald's dropped her bag of food at the window, fell out of her car while trying to retrieve it and then was run over by her own vehicle....
Woman's body tied to cinder block found in Pennsylvania pond
POTTSTOWN, Pa. (AP) -- A woman's body was found tied to a cinder block in a popular swimming and fishing hole near Philadelphia, authorities said Tuesday....
Feds: Woman repeatedly dislocated shoulder to get pain pills
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- A woman accused of purposely and repeatedly dislocated her shoulder so she could get painkillers pleaded guilty Tuesday to fraud charges....
Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said in an interview with CNN that Edward Snowden performed a "public service" in stoking a national debate about secret domestic surveillance programs, but he should still return to the U.S. to stand trial. Snowden has said he would be willing to return to the United States if the federal government would provide him a fair trial.
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