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  • HONOLULU (AP) — As the world's largest gathering of coral reef experts comes to a close, scientists and policy makers are moving ahead with plans for action to save the world's imperiled reefs.NEW YORK (AP) — Michael Herr, the author and Oscar-nominated screenplay writer who viscerally documented the ravages of the Vietnam War through his classic nonfiction novel "Dispatches" and through such films as "Apocalypse Now" and "Full Metal Jacket," died Thursday after a long illness. He was 76.

    Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson speaks at US-China Strategic and Economic DialogueHenry Paulson, a Republican who was U.S. Treasury secretary during the 2008 financial meltdown, on Friday called a Donald Trump presidency "unthinkable" and said he will vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton. Paulson joins a growing list of establishment Republicans who say they will not cast a ballot in the Nov. 8 election for Trump, the party's presumptive nominee and a political neophyte whose populist rhetoric runs counter to many long-held Republican principles. "When it comes to the presidency, I will not vote for Donald Trump," Paulson, who was chief executive of Goldman Sachs before becoming Treasury chief under Republican President George W. Bush, wrote in an opinion piece in the Washington Post.


    A 3D plastic representation of the Facebook logo is seen in this illustration in ZenicaBy Joseph Menn and Dustin Volz SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some of the web’s biggest destinations for watching videos have quietly started using automation to remove extremist content from their sites, according to two people familiar with the process. The move is a major step forward for internet companies that are eager to eradicate violent propaganda from their sites and are under pressure to do so from governments around the world as attacks by extremists proliferate, from Syria to Belgium and the United States. YouTube and Facebook are among the sites deploying systems to block or rapidly take down Islamic State videos and other similar material, the sources said.


    An American flag hangs over the point of impact of the Sept. 11, 2001, attack on the Pentagon for a wreath laying observance of the attacks, near WashingtonThe Pentagon plans to announce the repeal of its ban on openly serving transgender service members next month, U.S. defense officials said. The disclosure came the same week that the U.S. Army formally welcomed its new secretary, Eric Fanning, who is the first openly gay leader of a military service branch in U.S. history. Republican Representative Mac Thornberry, chairman of the House of Representatives Armed Services Committee, said Defense Secretary Ash Carter had not answered questions the panel had asked, including about "readiness challenges" for transgender service members.


    PHOENIX (AP) — The state of Arizona has eliminated its use of the sedative midazolam as one of the drugs it relies on in carrying out executions.

    Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Lou Lamoriello, center, helps first overall pick Auston Matthews who puts on his sweater at the NHL draft in Buffalo, N.Y., Friday June 24, 2016. (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press via AP) MANDATORY CREDITBUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — On the heels of the NHL expanding into Las Vegas, the Toronto Maple Leafs are pinning their future on Arizona-born center Auston Matthews.


    BELLFLOWER, Calif. (AP) — Two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies were critically injured during a series of gun battles with a man who had fled a routine DUI checkpoint and later held a resident hostage for hours before his arrest early Friday.BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — Jon Rahm was surprised about the level of fan support he has received at the Quicken Loans National, far away from his native Spain and where he went to school at Arizona State.

    FILE - In this Feb. 13, 2011 file photo, singer Whitney Houston performs at the pre-Grammy gala & salute to industry icons with Clive Davis honoring David Geffen in Beverly Hills, Calif. A judge has blocked the sale of Emmy Award won by Whitney Houston that the singer’s family had put up for auction. The judge's ruling states the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has preliminarily shown it is the owner of the award and is likely to win the case. Houston won the award in 1986 for her Grammy ceremony performance of "Saving All My Love for You." (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)LOS ANGELES (AP) — A federal judge blocked the sale of an Emmy Award that Whitney Houston won 30 years ago after it was put on the auction block by the late singer's family.


    ST. LOUIS (AP) — Democrats on Friday voted down an amendment to the party's platform that would have opposed the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, avoiding an awkward scenario that would have put its statement of values at odds with President Barack Obama.

    FILE - In this Feb. 13, 2011 file photo, singer Whitney Houston performs at the pre-Grammy gala & salute to industry icons with Clive Davis honoring David Geffen in Beverly Hills, Calif. A judge has blocked the sale of Emmy Award won by Whitney Houston that the singer’s family had put up for auction. The judge's ruling states the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has preliminarily shown it is the owner of the award and is likely to win the case. Houston won the award in 1986 for her Grammy ceremony performance of "Saving All My Love for You." (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)LOS ANGELES (AP) — An auction of Whitney Houston's memorabilia has earned more than $500,000 despite a judge blocking the sale of an Emmy Award won by the late singer.


    Former Cincinnati Red Pete Rose waves to the crowd as he is introduced on the field during a ceremony to honor the 1976 World Series champions team, before the Reds' baseball game against the San Diego Padres, Friday, June 24, 2016, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)CINCINNATI (AP) — More satisfying than hit No. 4,192? In some ways, it is for Pete Rose, who needed more time to get into the Cincinnati Reds' Hall of Fame than it took to set baseball's hits record.


    Kelly Vaughan looks over flood damaged belongings in her fathers home as they clean up from severe flooding in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., Friday, June 24, 2016. There were several fatalities around the state. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The Latest on flooding that has devastated parts of West Virginia (all times local):


    FTSE Russell reconfigured its indexes at the close in an annual event that triggered the highest trading volume for any session in almost five years and added to Friday's high volatility in the U.S. stock market. Trades in about 933 million shares representing $20.6 billion were executed in Nasdaq's "closing cross" in 0.8 seconds across some 2,464 Nasdaq-listed stocks, according to bourse. The closing cross brings together the buy and sell interest in specific Nasdaq, NYSE and NYSE MKT stocks and executes all shares for each stock at a single price, Nasdaq said.

    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro speaks during a press conference at the Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas on May 17, 2016Opposition leaders in Venezuela said Friday they have finished authenticating signatures on a petition to recall President Nicolas Maduro, and have met the threshold needed for a referendum on removing him from office. "The number of signatures has clearly exceeded the minimum needed," said Vicente Bello, coordinator for the referendum effort. Already used to queuing for hours to buy food in an economic crisis, this week they lined up at electoral offices for a sometime frustrating process.


    Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron and US President Barack Obama attend a press conference at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in central LondonU.S. President Barack Obama said on Friday that he had spoken with British Prime Minister David Cameron about Britain's decision to leave the European Union and that he was confident the United Kingdom was committed to an orderly transition. "While the UK's relationship with the EU will change, one thing that will not change is special relationship that exists between our two nations," Obama said in a speech at a global entrepreneurs conference at Stanford University.


    A woman holds a sign in Westminster, in central LondonBy Guy Faulconbridge and Kate Holton LONDON (Reuters) - Britain has voted to leave the European Union, forcing the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron and dealing the biggest blow since World War Two to the European project of forging greater unity. Global stock markets plunged on Friday, and the British pound saw its biggest one day drop in history, as results from a referendum defied bookmakers' odds to show a 52-48 percent victory for the campaign to leave the bloc Britain joined more than 40 years ago. The United Kingdom itself could now break apart, with the leader of Scotland, where nearly two-thirds of voters wanted to stay in the EU, saying a new referendum on independence from the rest of Britain was "highly likely".


    A taxi driver holds a Union flag, as he celebrates following the result of the EU referendum, in central LondonBy Anthony Lin New York (Reuters) - As the reality of Britain's vote to exit the European Union sank in on Friday, international law firms began sending out emails, warning actual and potential clients of issues that could arise due to "Brexit." Some set up 24-hour hotlines to field queries. The uncertainty that comes with it has the potential to sap business and threaten London's leading position in the global profession. U.S. and U.K. firms dominate legal advisory work on large international transactions, and London has long been their European hub.


    WHITE SETTLEMENT, Texas (AP) — A North Texas city council has started a cat fight by voting to oust the furry mascot of the city's public library.

    People stand Madrid stock exchange boards in Madrid on June 24, 2016London (AFP) - Britain's shock vote to pull out of the European Union wiped $2.1 trillion from global equity markets Friday as traders panicked in the face of a new threat to the global economy.


    The Green Bay Packers have reported another year of record revenue.

    U.S. President Barack Obama speaks about Brexit at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit at Stanford University in Palo AltoBy Roberta Rampton PALO ALTO, Calif. (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday tried to limit the fallout from Britain's vote to leave the European Union, which threatens to harm the U.S. economic recovery, derail his trade agenda and distract U.S. allies from global security issues. Obama, who had argued passionately against Britain leaving the EU in a trip to the country this year, vowed that Washington would still maintain both its "special relationship" with London and close ties to Brussels.


    A mural depicting Freddie Gray is seen past blighted row homes in Baltimore, Thursday, June 23, 2016, at the intersection where Gray was arrested. Officer Caesar Goodson, one of six Baltimore city police officers charged in connection to the death of Gray, was acquitted of all charges in his trial Thursday. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)BALTIMORE (AP) — Is it ethical for Baltimore's top prosecutor, who staked her reputation on charging six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, to keep trying for a conviction? Legal experts said Friday that State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby is obligated to consider this question.


    Emergency crews take out boats on a flooded I-79 at the Clendenin Exit in Kanawha CountyAt least 20 people in West Virginia have died in the U.S. state's worst flooding in more than a century, and hundreds more have been rescued from swamped homes, government officials said on Friday. "The damage is widespread and devastating," Governor Earl Ray Tomblin said at a news conference. "Our biggest challenge continues to be high waters." A spokeswoman for the state Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management said the state medical examiner had put the death toll at 20.


    General view of the Olympic Aquatics Stadium at the Olympic Park which will host the swimming events during Rio 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on June 7, 2016The doping scandal engulfing Russian athletics and suggestions it could also taint the country's swimmers were on the minds of US swimmers as they prepared Friday for the start of their Olympic trials. Two-time Olympic medallist Elizabeth Beisel said she was "definitely not" confident of a level playing field in Rio. FINA, swimming's world governing body, said this month they would investigate "very serious allegations" made in a joint newspaper probe by The Times in Britain and Frankfurter Allgemeine in Germany which alleged that two men at the center of the athletics doping allegations were said to have offered to exempt Russian swimmers from drug testing in return for an annual fee.


    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said it was up Jonathan Hill, Britain's EU commissioner, whether to stay in office following the UK vote to leave the European Union, Germany's Bild newspaper reported on Saturday. Juncker will lead a meeting of the EU's 28 commissioners on Monday, including Hill, a key ally of British Prime Minister David Cameron, who on Friday announced his plans to resign by October. "That is primarily a personal decision for Lord Hill, whom I admire greatly as an experienced politician," the paper quoted Juncker as saying, when asked about Hill's future after the British referendum.

    European Commissioner for Financial Services, Jonathan Hill, speaks during a Thomson Reuters Newsmaker eventBy Francesco Guarascio BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britain's European commissioner for financial services, Jonathan Hill, should consider resigning after his country voted to leave the EU, the head of the European Parliament's economic committee said on Friday. Roberto Gualtieri, a centre-left Italian MEP, also said British deputies might need to reconsider senior positions they held in the assembly before Britain formally withdrew from the EU. "I have built a relationship of friendship with Hill but it is obvious that it would be problematic if Hill maintained his role until the end of Britain's withdrawal procedure," he told Reuters in an interview.


    Racing Metro 92 flyhalf Dan Carter kicks during the French Top14 final against Toulon, in Barcelona on June 24, 2016Racing 92 clinched their first French Top 14 title in 26 years on Friday when they shrugged off having to play an hour with 14 men to defeat Toulon 29-21 in a thrilling final. "It is the most special season of my life," said man-of-the-match Carter who arrived in France having helped the All Blacks to the 2015 World Cup. Toulon's English full-back Delon Armitage blasted his team's indiscipline.


    Jimmy Scott gets a hug from Anna May Watson, left, as they clean up from severe flooding in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., Friday, June 24, 2016. Scott lost his home to the flood and a fire that consumed his and the homes of several relatives. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — As a deluge swamped southeast West Virginia — a disaster that killed at least 20 people — Ronnie Scott's wife called him and told him their house was filling up with water. She fled to the attic with two dogs and a cat and waited. She smelled natural gas.


    This undated photo provided by the Seattle Storm shows the shoes Breanna Stewart wore June 16, 2016, in the Storm's game against the Dallas Wings. In tribute to the 49 people killed in the June 12, 2016, shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, Stewart wrote the victims' names on her shoes along with the phrases "Orlando United" and "#Enough." Stewart is planning a similar tribute on her shoes during her WNBA team's Pride Tipoff Night on Friday, June 24, 2016, and both pairs of shoes will be auctioned to benefit the OneOrlando fund. (Kimberly Veale/Seattle Storm via AP)NEW YORK (AP) — Breanna Stewart took the time before the Seattle Storm's game Friday night to write the names of the 49 victims of the Orlando shooting on her colorful shoes.


    President Barack Obama stands by his comment that Britain would move to the back of the queue when it comes to trade deals with the United States if it left the European Union, the White House said on Friday. "Obviously, the president stands by what he said and I don't have an update of our position," White House spokesman Eric Schultz told reporters at a briefing. Obama urged Britain to remain in the EU when he visited London in April and warned that a trade agreement between the two countries would not happen anytime soon if Britain left the bloc.

    Specialist Michael Pistillo wears Union Jack socks as he works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Friday, June 24, 2016. U.S. stocks are plunging in early trading after Britons voted to leave the European Union. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks plunged in the U.S. and worldwide Friday after Britain voted to leave the European Union. The result stunned investors, who reacted by rushing to the safety of gold and U.S. government bonds as they wondered what will come next for Britain, Europe and the global economy.


    A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New YorkThe S&P 500 turned negative for the year-to-date on Friday as Wall Street suffered its largest selloff in 10 months after Britain's decision to leave the European Union caught traders wrong-footed. In the busiest trading volume for a single session in nearly five years, financial stocks led the decline on the S&P 500 with a 5.4 percent drop -the largest for the sector since November 2011. The S&P 500 lost all the year's gains and suffered its largest decline since late August last year.


    FILE- In this March 23, 2016 file photo, Richard Rosario, center, is joined by his daughter Amanda, right, son Richard Jr., left, and wife Minerva as he leaves Bronx state Supreme Court in New York after his conviction was overturned. Rosario, who spent 20 years in prison for a killing he says happened while he was in Florida asked a judge Friday, June 24, 2016 to keep his case open so he could be fully vindicated. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File)NEW YORK (AP) — After 20 years behind bars for a murder he says he didn't commit, Richard Rosario was about to get the charges dropped Friday. Until he said no.


    US President Barack Obama named former basketball player Shaquille O'Neal, pictured on April 3, 2016, sports envoy to Cuba after the US and Cuba restored ties this yearBasketball fanatic Barack Obama named legendary center Shaquille O'Neal as sports envoy to Cuba on Friday, in a new sign of thawing ties between Washington and Havana. When the imposing seven-foot one-inch player was dominating courts for the Orlando Magic and Miami Heat in Florida he was just a short hop from the island state. The United States and Cuba finally restored ties last year and officials from both countries are gingerly negotiating a new relationship, even as parts of the embargo fall away.


    In this March 2015 photo provided by Pol Veterinary Services, veterinarian Jan Pol, right, poses with Mr. Pigglesworth and the dog's owners owners Loyd and Mable Frisbie at his clinic near Mount Pleasant, Mich. An appeals court on Friday, June 24, 2016, cleared Pol of misconduct when he saved the dog's life in 2011. Pol has a reality TV show on Nat Geo Wild called “The Incredible Dr. Pol.” (E. Michael Stankevich/Pol Veterinary Services via AP)DETROIT (AP) — A Boston terrier named Mr. Pigglesworth is as frisky as ever — and the Michigan veterinarian who saved the dog's life on a reality TV show has been cleared of misconduct.


    A remain supporter stops to talk to people as he walks around with his European flag across the street from the Houses of Parliament in London, Friday, June 24, 2016. Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron announced Friday that he will quit as Prime Minister following a defeat in the referendum which ended with a vote for Britain to leave the European Union. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)LONDON (AP) — The Latest on Britain's historic vote to leave the European Union (all times local):


    British Prime Minister David Cameron (R) flanked by his wife Samantha speaks to the press in front of 10 Downing street in central London on June 24, 2016British voters dealt a seismic blow to the European Union by voting to leave the bloc, triggering the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron Friday and sending world financial markets into freefall. The shock outcome of Thursday's historic referendum could have a knock-on effect on other EU members battling hostility to Brussels and possibly lead to the break-up of the United Kingdom after Scotland raised the prospect of another independence vote. In an emotional statement outside Downing Street, Cameron said he would resign to make way for a new leader by early October after the failure of his "Remain" campaign.


    A man looks at global rates at a currency exchange shop in Times Square on June 24, 2016 in New YorkNew York (AFP) - US stocks dived Friday after Britain's surprise vote to leave the European Union, joining a global equity rout amid rising uncertainty about the future of Europe.