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  • IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — When an 87-year-old Illinois grandmother bet a quarter in an Iowa slot machine in 2011, she thought she'd hit it big. The screen said: "The reels have rolled your way! Bonus Award - $41797550.16."

    File- This April 4, 2005, file photo shows pedestrian's walking past Playhouse Square in Cleveland. This year's Regional Theater Tony Award will go to the Cleveland Play House as it embarks on its centennial season. The Play House was founded in 1915 and has entertained some 12 million people over 1,300 productions. Its alumni include Paul Newman, Tony Award-winner Joel Grey and "Wizard of Oz" wicked witch Margaret Hamilton. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak, File)NEW YORK (AP) — This year's Regional Theater Tony Award will go to the Cleveland Play House as it embarks on its centennial season.


    Baltimore Police Department Commissioner Anthony Batts speaks about the investigation into Freddie Gray's death at a news conference, Friday, April 24, 2015, in Baltimore. Gray died from spinal injuries about a week after he was arrested and transported in a police van. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)BALTIMORE (AP) — In the clearest acknowledgement of failure yet, Baltimore police said Friday that Freddie Gray should have received medical attention at the spot where he was arrested — before he was put inside a police van.


    Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh called on Friday on all Yemenis to return to a political dialogue to end to the country's conflict. Talks between Yemenis and Saudi Arabia, which has led a nearly month-long bombing campaign against the Iran-allied Houthi movement, must take place under the moderation of the United Nations in Geneva, he said. The Saudi-led coalition announced on Tuesday an end to its bombing campaign in Yemen but a Saudi spokesman said forces would continue to target the Houthis as necessary. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said the Houthis needed to stop fighting, which could lead to the end of Saudi air strikes and the opening of a political dialogue.

    Demonstrators yell at police as they protest the death of Freddie Gray, an African American man who died of spinal cord injuries in police custody, in front of the Baltimore Police Department Western District in Baltimore, Maryland, April 23, 2015Police in Baltimore acknowledged Friday that an African-American man who died from injuries apparently sustained in custody should have received immediate medical help when he was arrested. Tensions are simmering in the blue-collar Mid-Atlantic port city of 620,000 after 25-year-old Freddie Gray died Sunday from a severe spinal cord injury, a week after he was apprehended for reasons that are still unknown. Protests have taken place nightly outside the city's Western District police station and organizers expect 10,000 people to join a march Saturday through downtown. In a press conference, Deputy Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said three officers -- one on foot, the other on bicycles -- had given chase to Gray and another man over several blocks on April 12.


    United Nations Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Syria de Mistura speaks to media during a news conference at the Palais des Nations in GenevaBy Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations envoy to Syria said on Friday he will begin meeting in May with the country's government, opposition groups, and regional powers including Iran to assess by the end of June whether there is any hope brokering an end to the war. Staffan de Mistura briefed the U.N. Security Council on the latest bid to find a political solution to the 4-year conflict that has killed some 220,000 people, displaced an estimated 7.6 million and forced nearly 4 million to flee the country. U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon asked de Mistura earlier this month to "focus much more to re-launch a political process" after his attempt to broker a local truce in the northern city of Aleppo failed to materialize. "There is nothing new telling us today that the political process will succeed or not," de Mistura told reporters.


    Boo Weekley sinks a putt on the 13th hole during the first round of the Zurich Classic PGA golf tournament, Thursday, April 23, 2015, in Avondale, La. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)AVONDALE, La. (AP) — Hudson Swafford shot a 6-under 66 for a share of the Zurich Classic lead with Boo Weekley when second-round play was suspended Friday because of the threat of severe weather.


    WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House is planning what it says will be the first-ever gathering of tribal youth in Washington.

    Brooke Henderson, of Canada, hits her approach shot from the fairway to the ninth green of the Lake Merced Golf Club during the second round of the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic golf tournament Friday, April 24, 2015, in Daly City, Calif. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)DALY CITY, Calif. (AP) — Brooke Henderson has no photo on the LPGA Tour's website and has had to rely on sponsor exemptions to get into tournaments after failing to earn a card in qualifying school.


    FILE - In this June 22, 2013 file photo, Johnny Depp attends the world premiere of "The Lone Ranger," with background images of him as Tonto, left, and Armie Hammer in the title role, at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim, Calif. A group of American Indian actors walking off the set of an Adam Sandler movie has sparked a debate over why Native American stereotypes in media have endured. It also shows that more Native Americans are voicing their opinions. This week, eight Indian actors quit the northern New Mexico production of the satirical Western "The Ridiculous Six" over complaints about offensive names and religious scenes.(Photo by John Shearer/Invision/AP, File)ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — When a group of American Indian actors walked off the set of an Adam Sandler movie this week, their decision generated praise and scorn on social media.


    Futex, based in Woking, southwest of London, said that Navinder Singh Sarao worked at the company from early 2003 until early 2008, and there were "no incidents of any impropriety during his time with Futex," they said in a statement. Authorities allege his trading activity was a contributing factor to the May 6, 2010 flash crash, when about $1 trillion in market value was temporarily wiped out in a matter of minutes. "Navinder's method involved no use of algorithmic trading and as such was purely a 'point and click' style of trading whilst he was at Futex," the firm said.The type of alleged market manipulation by the British trader accused of helping provoke the "flash crash" in 2010 is hard to detect, the chief of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority said on Friday. Nonetheless, the alleged abuses were "somewhat surprising" given that his behavior was identified in 2009 but continued for another five years, said Richard Ketchum, chairman and chief executive of FINRA, a self-funded regulator for Wall Street. "I won't second guess what happened at the MERC without understanding the facts themselves," said Ketchum, referring to the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, the market that Navinder Singh Sarao has been accused of manipulating from his home outside London.

    The sun sets on the address where Nav Sarao Futures Limited is registered, in HounslowThe building is home to Futex, one of several so-called "trading farms" in the UK that give training, office space and equipment to people prepared to make short-term trades, mostly within a day, with their own money in the hope of being hired or sponsored for a cut of their profits. Navinder Singh Sarao - who has been accused by U.S. authorities of contributing to the May 2010 "flash crash" in Wall Street - worked there between early 2003 and early 2008, according to a statement by Futex on Friday.


    FILE - In this Saturday, April 4, 2015 file photo, Yemenis search for survivors in the rubble of houses destroyed by Saudi-led airstrikes in a village near Sanaa, Yemen. With the combatants pounding each other in residential areas and Saudi-led coalition warplanes bombarding from the sky, Yemen’s war is wreaking a particularly bloody toll among civilians: more than 550 dead the past month, including at least 115 children, according to the UN. So far, relatively muted international outcry has put little pressure on the warring sides to stop. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed, File)SANAA, Yemen (AP) — With combatants fighting in neighborhoods and Saudi-led coalition warplanes pounding Iran-backed rebels from the sky, Yemen's war is wreaking a particularly bloody toll among civilians: more than 550 have been killed in the past month, including 115 children, the U.N. said Friday.


    U.N. Special Envoy for Refugees and Hollywood star Angelina Jolie, left, confers, during her appearance before the U.N. Security Council on Syria's refugee crisis, Friday, April 24, 2015. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Actress Angelina Jolie pleaded with world powers Friday to help the millions of Syrian refugees, sharply criticizing the U.N. Security Council for being paralyzed by its division over Syria's four-year conflict.


    A flotilla of nine Iranian military and cargo ships that U.S. officials feared was carrying arms to strife-torn Yemen sailed northeast in the direction of Iran on Friday, a move the Pentagon said helped to ease U.S. concerns. "The (Iranian) ships have turned around ... Obviously what their onward plans are, we don't know," Defense Secretary Ash Carter told a small group of journalists traveling with him after a trip to California. Army Colonel Steve Warren, a Pentagon spokesman, said earlier the flotilla was in international waters about midway along the coast of Oman on Friday and still headed northeast. Warren declined to say the ships were going back to Iran or headed toward Iran.

    Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron presents the Conservative party election manifesto in SwindonThe poll gave Labour a 2 point lead, less than the poll's margin of error. Thirty-five percent of voters supported the Labour Party versus 33 percent for the Conservatives - both unchanged from Thursday, polling company YouGov said.


    Woman takes pictures with smart phone as she stands in front of Apple Watch display at electronics store in TokyoApple Inc aims to ship at least 20 million Apple Watches this year, well above many analysts' forecasts, according to supply chain sources. Shipment estimates for the smartwatch, Apple's first wearable gadget that went on sale on Friday, vary widely as it's a relatively new type of consumer product and the market is largely untapped. Firms in the supply chain estimate Apple will ship 2 million watches per month in the current quarter, said one of the sources. Another source said Apple is planning to ship 26 million watches this year.


    Apple Watches are pictured under a glass display table at the company's flagship store in SydneyNEW YORK/TOKYO (Reuters) - The Apple Watch launched quietly around the world on Friday without the usual frenzy or fanfare for an Apple Inc rollout, as a handful of boutiques in major cities like Tokyo and Paris sold the timepiece - but not for purchase at its own stores. Shops included The Corner in Berlin, Colette in Paris, Maxfield in Los Angeles and Dover Street Market in Tokyo and London. Apple courted the outlets to promote the watch as a fashion item rather than just another techie gizmo. The watch has been on display in Apple stores since April 10, when it became available for preorder.


    HONOLULU (AP) — A bill that would make Hawaii the first state to raise the legal smoking age to 21 cleared the Legislature on Friday and is headed to the governor.WASHINGTON (AP) — An aide to Republican Sen. Thad Cochran of Mississippi has been charged with possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine after federal agents raided his home.

    FILE- In this Aug. 21, 2014 file photo, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman speaks during a news conference in New York. Schneiderman and NYC Corporation Counsel Zachary Carter announced a new effort Friday, April 24, 2015, to help technology startups understand what regulations they'll need to follow and to help regulators understand what rules might be getting in innovators' way. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, File)NEW YORK (AP) — Technology startups and New York authorities will get each other's input on dealing with regulations under an initiative the state attorney general and New York City's chief lawyer announced Friday.


    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A Minneapolis man has been charged with threatening law enforcement officials and an informant after authorities charged six men earlier this week with trying to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group.

    United States Secretary of State John Kerry attends the Arctic Council Ministerial meeting Friday, April 24, 2015, in Iqaluit, Nunavut. Ministers from the eight Arctic nations and the leaders of northern indigenous groups form the Council. (Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press via AP) MANDATORY CREDITIQALUIT, Canada (AP) — The United States, Russia and other Arctic countries looked past Ukraine's civil war and other tensions Friday, vowing to cooperate on preventing oil spills near the North Pole and combating climate change in a region warming faster than any other.


    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A U.S. Border Patrol agent who killed a teenager when he fired across the border from Texas into Mexico cannot be sued in U.S. courts by the Mexican teen's family, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.HONOLULU (AP) — Legislature passes bill that would make Hawaii first state to raise legal smoking age to 21.

    Members of the PAME Communist-affiliated union demonstrate against a decree by Greece's radical left-led government that forces state entities, including hospitals, municipalities and universities, to lend their reserves to the cash-strapped state, in central Athens on Friday, April 24, 2015. Parliament was debating a law retroactively approving the decree later Friday. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)RIGA, Latvia (AP) — European creditors turned up the heat on Greece Friday to deliver an economic reform program that it needs to avoid a possible default and even an exit from the euro.


    LOS ANGELES (AP) — NASA says observations of a dwarf planet have been delayed slightly after a communication glitch.IQALUIT, Canada (AP) — Secretary of State John Kerry is backing Saudi Arabian airstrikes against Houthi rebels as long as the rebels persist in attacking Yemeni government forces.

    In this picture taken on Thursday, April 23, 2015, a masked police officer carries a bag of items seized from an alleged crime ring in Bucharest, Romania. Prosecutors detained 14 people Friday, April 24, 2015, who are suspected of belonging to a network of well-dressed robbers who were trained to rob luxury items in Romania and the European Union and allegedly committed 10 million euros ($10.9 million) of theft since 2013 in Romania, Germany, Austria, Spain, France, Andorra, Croatia and Belgium.(Alex Micsik, Agerpres via AP) ROMANIA OUTBUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Prosecutors detained 14 people Friday who are suspected of belonging to a network of well-dressed robbers who were trained to rob luxury items in Romania and the European Union.


    Pedestrians walk past the Time Warner Cable headquarters in New YorkComcast Corp abandoned its $45 billion offer for Time Warner Cable Inc on Friday after U.S. regulators raised concerns that the deal would give Comcast an unfair advantage in the cable TV and Internet-based services market. The collapse of the deal opens the door for other possible offers for Time Warner Cable, but also casts heightened regulatory risk on merger activity in the U.S. cable industry, which has been rapidly consolidating in the face of competition from satellite TV and Web-based services. Comcast had argued the merger would bring faster service and better video services to more Americans. Charter Communications Inc lost out on a bid for Time Warner Cable last year, and Charter's controlling shareholder, Liberty Media Corp, had since indicated continuing interest.


    By Diane Bartz WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Comcast Corp's failed bid to buy Time Warner Cable Inc is the latest muscle flex by U.S. antitrust enforcers and will likely deter chief executives from pursuing aggressive transactions as a way to spend excess cash. Comcast, which had barely convinced regulators to allow it to buy NBC Universal four years ago, folded under pressure from the Federal Communications Commission and the Department of Justice and scrapped its deal to buy its No. 2 rival on Friday. It comes two months after the Federal Trade Commission, which shares antitrust jurisdiction with the Justice Department, sued to block Sysco Corp's proposed deal to buy its biggest rival US Foods. The one-two punch from regulators shows the U.S. government is reluctant to approve deals that will take out a main rival in industries with few competitors, and could prompt companies to eye deals outside their core areas or their home markets, dealmakers say.

    Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) shoots a 3-pointer over New Orleans Pelicans forward Anthony Davis (23) to tie the score in the final seconds of the second half of Game 3 of a first-round NBA basketball playoff series in New Orleans, Thursday, April 23, 2015. The Warriors won in overtime 123-119, taking a 3-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)NEW YORK (AP) — Stephen Curry's tying 3-pointer could have been a four-point play.


    WASHINGTON (AP) — Is ice cream safe to eat? Federal officials say yes, even amid recalls by two ice cream companies after the discovery of listeria bacteria in their frozen confections.

    File - In this April 14, 2015 file photo provided by the Dallas Zoo, a calf and its mother stand in the maternity stall at the zoo, in Dallas. The calf was born Friday, April 10, weighing 139 pounds and standing 5 feet, 10 inches tall. On Friday, April 24, 2015, the officials announce that the name Kipenzi (kih-PEHN-zee) has been chosen after more than 50,000 votes were cast after zookeepers offered up three choices. It means “loved one” in Swahili. (Cathy Burkey/Dallas Zoo via AP, File)DALLAS (AP) — A giraffe born at the Dallas Zoo as people around the world watched online has been named.


    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Air Force is charging two nuclear missile launch officers with illegal drug use.

    In this image from video provided by Zach Rader students from Westfield High School are on the stage during the grand finale of the concert dubbed "American Pie" Thursday April 23, 2015 just prior to the stage collapsed. More than a dozen students were injured after the stage filled with students collapsed during the musical performance at the central Indiana high school Thursday night, authorities said. (Zach Rader via AP)INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The superintendent of a central Indiana school district where a stage collapsed, injuring 16 high school students when they plunged an orchestra pit, said Friday that the section that gave way was only a few years old, but it's unclear whether it was ever subject to inspection.


    FILE - In this March 15, 2015 file photo, St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch speaks during a news conference n Clayton, Mo. Attorneys for several civil rights groups will ask a St. Louis judge Friday, April 24, 2015 to appoint a special prosecutor to probe what they claim was prosecutorial misconduct by McCulloch during grand jury proceedings involving the Ferguson shooting death of Michael Brown. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File)CLAYTON, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri judge gave strong indications Friday that he might toss a lawsuit by four activists seeking an independent investigation of a prosecutor's handling of grand jury proceedings in the Michael Brown shooting case.


    FILE - In this April 24, 2014 file photo, President Barack Obama shakes hands with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as they arrive to participate in a bilateral meeting at the Akasaka State Guest House in Tokyo. Abe’s visit to Washington next week comes amid heightened attention in Congress to an Asia-Pacific trade deal that has created a deep rift between President Barack Obama and members of his Democratic Party and whose central feature is liberalized commerce between the U.S. and Japan. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to Washington next week comes amid heightened attention in Congress to an Asia-Pacific trade deal that has created a deep rift between President Barack Obama and members of his Democratic Party and whose central feature is liberalized commerce between the U.S. and Japan.


    BREMERHAVEN, Germany (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday she hopes that Greece can get reach a deal quickly but stressed Athens must show willingness to undertake reforms. "On the German side, we are prepared to provide all the support that is asked of us. But of course reforms must be done," Merkel said at a campaign event ahead of state elections in Bremen next month. She stressed the Greek government must commit to certain reforms, including privatizations, in return for cash. (Reporting by Andreas Rinke; Writing by Caroline Copley)