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  U.S. secretary of state welcomes the conviction of former Chadian dictator Hissene Habre for war crimes and crimes against humanity

US welcomes conviction of Chad's ex-dictator

Updated: 5/30/2016 07:52 AM

  Romania's prime minister says the public has donated less than 3 percent of funds needed to purchase a sculpture by Constantin Brancusi, considered one of the country's finest modern art works

Romania: tiny percentage of funds needed for statue raised

Updated: 5/30/2016 07:56 AM

  Performance standard is proposed for chest protectors to head off cardiac arrest from a sharp blow as in kids' sports he chest can trigger deadly cardiac arrest

Guarding against deadly blows to the chest in kids' sports

Updated: 5/30/2016 07:27 AM

  Baby Boomers are not only taking in their parents, but sometimes several generations of family members who have not recovered from the Great Recession — at great peril to their own retirement.

The Boomer economy: Caring has its costs

Updated: 5/27/2016 03:05 PM

  On a day heavy rain washed out play at Roland Garros for the first time in 16 years, the leader of the Paris Olympic bid said the construction of a roof at the French Open is "not crucial."

Paris Olympic bid leader: Roof at Roland Garros not crucial

Updated: 5/30/2016 08:59 AM

  Several teams of teenagers competing in Minnesota's 4-H Science of Agriculture Challenge may be the next generation of agricultural scientists in a country facing a critical shortage

4-H program aims to grow next generation of ag scientists

Updated: 5/30/2016 08:34 AM

  The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum will reopen soon after months of renovations

Interactive exhibits among highlights of updated Ford museum

Updated: 5/30/2016 08:47 AM

  It was the cries of children _ and the moment they decided they must save themselves _ that haunt the survivors of a shipwreck that claimed hundreds of lives

Mediterranean shipwreck survivors haunted by cries of kids

Updated: 5/30/2016 08:56 AM

  Tropical Depression Bonnie and its heavy rains dissipated over South Carolina as a wet Memorial Day holiday weekend comes to an end in the area

Tropical Depression Bonnie dissipates after heavy rains

Updated: 5/30/2016 09:00 AM

  As iPhone sales slow, Apple is under pressure to show that it can grow in other areas, particularly in services. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook has emphasized the expansion of non-hardware businesses such as music, the App Store and iCloud as a...

Apple’s flirtation with Time Warner hints at Hollywood Ambitions

Updated: 5/27/2016 03:05 PM

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