Police: Standoff with gunman at Planned Parenthood ongoing
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) -- A gunman opened fire at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic on Friday, wounding multiple people and engaging in gun battles with police as patients and staff members ducked behind tables to hide and dodge the crossfire....
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Hundreds protest jailing of 2 journalists in Turkey
ISTANBUL (AP) -- Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Istanbul office of an opposition newspaper Friday, accusing the government of silencing critics and attempting to cover-up a scandal after two journalists were jailed on terror and espionage charges for their reports on alleged Turkish arms smuggling to Syria....
Gunmen mercilessly mowed down guests in Mali hotel siege
BAMAKO, Mali (AP) -- The early breakfast crowd sipped coffee and picked at croissants in the Radisson Blu's dining room, swiping through emails and the morning headlines on their smartphones....
France honors attack victims in city subdued by mourning
PARIS (AP) -- A subdued France paid homage Friday to those killed two weeks ago in the attacks that gripped Paris in fear and mourning, honoring each of the 130 dead by name as the president pledged to "destroy the army of fanatics" who claimed so many young lives....
Senior judge status of Feudale, who feuded with Kane, ended
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- Pennsylvania's highest court is ending the "senior judge" status of a jurist who oversaw grand juries that investigated political corruption in the state as well as former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky....
Penn State's Sandusky settlements now total nearly $93M
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- Penn State settled with six more victims or accusers of Jerry Sandusky, according to a new audit that puts the school's total payout in the child sex abuse scandal at nearly $93 million....
21-day strike ends, but teachers still don't have contract
CANONSBURG, Pa. (AP) -- Classes have resumed in a western Pennsylvania school district following a 21-day teachers strike, but the educators still don't have a contract....
Where's the beef? Trucker steals 40,000 pounds of meat
LOGANTON, Pa. (AP) -- Where's the beef? That's what authorities would like to know after someone stole 40,000 pounds of it from a meat plant in central Pennsylvania....
4th person captured in shooting of Pennsylvania trooper
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Police have tracked down a fourth person wanted in connection with the shooting of a Pennsylvania state trooper during a chaotic car chase....
Eagles coach Chip Kelly stands by defensive coordinator
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly didn't have any answers, except for one....
Baby red pandas at Philly zoo named Betsy and Ben, of course
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A pair of baby red pandas at the Philadelphia Zoo have been named after two of the city's most famous residents: Betsy and Benjamin....
Homeless man dies months after attack outside gas station
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A homeless man has died months after being brutally beaten by a group of people outside a Philadelphia gas station....
Deer here: Game commission to steer hunters to prime spots
FISHER, Pa. (AP) -- Yo, hunters! Deer here....
76ers center Okafor says Boston fight 'dumb on my part'
HOUSTON (AP) -- Philadelphia 76ers center Jahlil Okafor says he's embarrassed about a Boston nightclub scuffle captured on video and is dealing with the team and league on possible discipline....
Today is Black Friday, the official start of the holiday shopping season and well known for early bird specials to attract customers to retail stores. According to Chicago based research firm Market Track, each year the differences between in-store and online purchases have narrowed. Retailers are shifting their messages from one that focuses strictly on price to one that emphasizes convenience, faster delivery and free shipping.
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