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  • FILE - In this Feb. 19, 2015 file photo, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah speaks in Salt Lake City. Top lawmakers struck a bipartisan agreement on Thursday to allow President Barack Obama to negotiate trade deals subject to a yes-or-no vote from Congress without the possibility of changes. The "fast-track" legislation comes as Obama seeks a sweeping trade deal with 11 Pacific nations. The Trans-Pacific Partnership proposes a trade agreement involving the United States, Japan, Vietnam, Canada, Mexico and seven other Pacific-rim nations. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama pushed back Friday against Democrats who oppose a bipartisan accord on trade, dismissing their stand as a "ratification of the status quo" that would give countries like China a leg up on global commerce.


    WASHINGTON (AP) — There's been no break from the globe's record heat — the first three months of 2015 have set new high temperature marks.LOS ANGELES (AP) — California health authorities on Friday declared an end to a large measles outbreak that started at Disneyland and triggered a national debate about vaccinations.WASHINGTON (AP) — For the second time in two years, the U.S. Army is shutting down a number of the specialized medical units that were set up at military bases around the country to help care for severely wounded warriors returning from battle.

    Oil storage tanks are seen at sunrise with the Rocky Mountains and the Denver downtown skyline in the backgroundBy Robert Gibbons NEW YORK (Reuters) - Brent crude seesawed, while U.S. crude fell on Friday as turmoil in Yemen and the region limited losses ahead of fresh data on rig counts in the United States. Brent and U.S. crude contracts rallied to 2015 peaks on Thursday, lifted by the conflict in Yemen and the prospect that lower prices are starting to curb U.S. shale output. Brent June crude was up 2 cents at $64.00 a barrel at 12:31 p.m. EDT, after posting Brent's 2015 high at $64.95 on Thursday. Military units protecting Yemen's Masila oilfields, withdrew on Friday and handed over security responsibilities to local tribes, in a sign of the weakening grip of the Yemeni state over its land and resources.


    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — If you're planning on buying the new Apple Watch, don't expect to walk into a store and leave with one next week.BAGHDAD (AP) — A series of bombings ripped through Baghdad on Friday, mainly targeting public places and killing at least 40 people, Iraqi officials said.WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi on Friday said Europe must work to reach an agreement with Greece and that the vote of citizens in Greece must be respected.

    Phoenix Police Department officers stand out in front of a home where authorities say five people were killed inside after a shooting Thursday, April 16, 2015, in Phoenix. The names and ages of the three men and two women weren't immediately released, but police said they all were adults. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)PHOENIX (AP) — Phoenix police said Friday that a man who had been in a business dispute with his two brothers shot and killed them, his mother and one of their wives before taking his own life.


    Journalist Graham Brough talks to media as he leaves the Old Bailey court in London after he and three other tabloid journalists were cleared of paying public officials for stories, following the controversial Operation Elveden investigation, Friday April 17, 2015. The trial is the latest to be triggered by Britain's 2011 phone-hacking scandal, with the Sun newspaper journalists Tom Wells, Neil Millard and Brandon Malinsky, and former Daily Mirror reporter Graham Brough found not guilty of the charges. (John Stillwell / PA via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVESLONDON (AP) — An expensive and wide-ranging British investigation into alleged bribery by reporters crumbled Friday, after a jury acquitted four tabloid journalists of paying prison officers for information.


    In this Feb. 25, 2015 file photo, Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud, left, speaks with his defense attorney, Sam Shamansky, during a hearing to set bond on charges of money laundering and providing support for terrorism in Columbus, Ohio. A Thursday, April 16 indictment says Mohamud left the country a year ago to train and fight with terrorists in Syria. The indictment says Mohamud, who was arrested in Columbus earlier this year, weighed which extremist group in Syria was more effective before his travels. (AP Photo/Andrew Welsh-Huggins)COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio man described by his attorney as "a normal 23-year-old kid" pleaded not guilty Friday to charges he traveled to Syria and trained alongside terrorists, then returned to the U.S. with plans to attack a military base in Texas or a prison.


    Blake Shelton, right, and Luke Bryan, co-hosts of Sunday's 50th Academy of Country Music Awards, laugh during a news conference on the event at AT&T Stadium on Friday, April 17, 2015, in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Expecting music at Sunday's Academy of Country Music Awards? You should be ready for comedy.


    FILE - In this Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012 file photo, Michael Keith Spell, appears at a hearing in the Williams County Courthouse in Williston N.D. Spell is scheduled to be sentenced Friday, April 17, 2015, convicted of the murder of a Montana teacher whose death highlighted the downsides of an oil boom that’s brought thousands of newcomers to the Northern Plains. Prosecutors are recommending 100 years in prison for Spell, 25, of Parachute, Colo., in the 2012 killing of Sherry Arnold. Defense attorneys want Spell sentenced to an institution for the mentally disabled.(AP Photo/Elijah Nouvelage, File)SIDNEY, Mont. (AP) — A mentally disabled Colorado man will be sentenced Friday for the murder of a Montana teacher whose death highlighted the downsides of an oil boom that has brought thousands of newcomers to the remote Northern Plains.


    WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal transportation officials say they're taking a series of steps to improve the safety of trains hauling crude oil and other flammable liquids, including an emergency order limiting train speeds to no more than 40 mph in "high impact" urban areas.BERLIN (AP) — The German government says it has flown more than 100 citizens of Germany and other countries out of Yemen on a plane chartered from a Jordanian airline.

    A Yemeni boy holding a weapon poses for a picture during a demonstration against an arms embargo imposed by the U.N. Security Council on Houthi leaders, in Sanaa, Yemen, Thursday, April 16, 2015. Al-Qaida’s branch in Yemen seized Thursday control of a major airport and sea port and oil terminal in southern Yemen, consolidating their hold of the country’s largest province amid wider chaos that is pitting Shiite rebels against forces loyal to the country’s exiled president and a Saudi-led air campaign. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Al-Qaida's Yemen branch routed government forces from a large weapons depot in the country's east on Friday, seizing dozens of tanks, Katyusha rocket launchers and small arms, security officials said, as airstrikes by a Saudi-led coalition intensified in the capital, Sanaa, and also in Yemen's second-largest city.


    Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush speaks to a group at a Politics and Pie at the Snow Shoe Club Thursday, April 16, 2015, in Concord, N.H. Bush said Thursday he will make up his mind "in relatively short order" whether to seek the Republican nomination for president in 2016. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)12:25 p.m. (EDT)


    President Barack Obama reaches to shake hands with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Friday, April 17, 2015. The leaders are expected to discuss Europe's economy, a pending trade pact between the U.S. and Europe, climate change and energy security.(AP Photo/Susan Walsh)WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama pledged Friday to work more intensely with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi on threats coming from instability in Libya that have led to an influx of migrants across the Mediterranean.


    Greece on Friday dismissed reports that it needed to tap remaining cash reserves to meet salary payments. "News agencies' reports that refer to the state's cash reserves are groundless, we categorically deny them," the Finance Ministry said in a statement, without providing further details. Reuters reported earlier on Friday that Greece will need to tap all its remaining cash reserves across the public sector, a total of 2 billion euros, to pay civil service wages and pensions at the end of the month.

    Sir Tim Clark, President of Emirates Airline speaks during a press conference in London, Friday, April 17, 2015. The Emirates airline says it will buy 9.2 billion US dollars worth of Rolls Royce engines, the largest ever order for the engine maker. The deal announced Friday calls for the purchase of Trent 900 engines and a long term maintenance package. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)LONDON (AP) — The president of Emirates airline pledged Friday to combat suggestions that the company received subsidies from the United Arab Emirates, even as his ever-expanding airline placed a whopping $9.2 billion order to buy Rolls-Royce engines.


    FILE-This Oct. 29, 2014 file photo shows the Wall Street subway stop on Broadway, in New York's Financial District. U.S. stocks are falling broadly in early trading on Friday, April 17, 2015, following steep declines in Europe and some results from big U.S. companies. Nine of the 10 industry groups of the Standard and Poor’s 500 are down, led by information technology companies. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are falling broadly in midday trading on Friday following steep declines in Europe. Investors are worrying that Greece may default on its debt. Several big U.S. companies including American Express fell after reporting disappointing results.


    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration took a first step Friday toward a possible increase in fees charged for oil and gas companies to drill on federal lands.

    FILE- In this photo taken on Feb. 3, 2012, Chilean born host of the Univision network variety show "Sabado Gigante," Mario Kreutzberger, popularly known as Don Francisco, poses on the set of his show in Miami. Univision announced Friday, April 17, 2017 that the the beloved show “Sábado Gigante” will end on Sept. 19, 2015 after 53 years on the air. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee, File)MIAMI (AP) — Television's longest-running variety show is calling it a wrap after 53 years.


    LONDON (AP) — Bloomberg LP's trading terminals, which are used by most of the world's biggest financial firms, went down for a few hours Friday due to apparent technical problems, a crash that prompted the British government to postpone a planned 3 billion-pound ($4.4 billion) debt issue.LOS ANGELES (AP) — California health authorities say large measles outbreak that began at Disneyland is over.

    Smoke rises from the site of a bomb attack in IraqBAGHDAD (AP) — Iraqi officials said Friday they believe that government forces killed Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, the former deputy of Saddam Hussein who for over a decade was the top fugitive from the ousted regime and became an underground figure involved in Sunni insurgencies, most recently allying with Islamic State militants.


    In this March 18, 2015 photo, visitors arrive for the grand opening of Gibson Santa Monica, a new luxury apartment building in downtown Santa Monica, Calif. The average U.S. rent has climbed 14 percent to $1,124 since 2010, according to commercial property tracker Reis Inc. That’s four percentage points faster than inflation and more than double the rise in U.S. home prices over the same period. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)The Associated Press has withdrawn a version of a story published on April 14 and slugged BC-US--Rental Squeeze on the rising cost of renting an apartment due to a technical editor that resulted in a pre-publication version of the story with editing notes being published and sent to customers.


    The sun rises over campers at Lake Powell's Lone Rock Camp on March 30, 2015 near Big Water, UtahThe period of January to March was also the warmest on record, said the monthly report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). For March, the average global temperature was 1.53 Fahrenheit (0.85 Celsius) above the 20th-century average. Also of concern was the finding that Arctic sea ice was the lowest on record for March.


    FILE-This Oct. 29, 2014 file photo shows the Wall Street subway stop on Broadway, in New York's Financial District. U.S. stocks are falling broadly in early trading on Friday, April 17, 2015, following steep declines in Europe and some results from big U.S. companies. Nine of the 10 industry groups of the Standard and Poor’s 500 are down, led by information technology companies. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks are moving lower in midday trading following steep declines in Europe and some disappointing results from big companies.


    Google and European Union logos are seen in SarajevoWhether or not the EU succeeds in branding Google a market-abusing monopolist in web search - a big if, given that the competition authority has yet to publish its exact charges - the Internet giant could be pinned down for years to come in regulatory procedures and legal appeals. A drawn-out process is likely to embolden existing and would-be interlopers to step up assaults on Google's wide range of businesses, if the history of Microsoft's antitrust battles with U.S. and European regulators is any guide. In accusing Google of anti-competitive practices against rival shopping sites, the EU competition authority said it is continuing to investigate other areas, including alleged "web scraping" to copy content off of rival travel and local business review sites, and Google's restrictive practices on advertising. A quick EU finding that Google has abused its market power by favoring its own shopping services at the expense of non-Google websites, could set a precedent for new charges over how it handles hotels, flights and other services, experts say.


    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and its allies have launched 21 air strikes targeting Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria since early Thursday, the Combined Joint Task Force leading the operations said on Friday. The coalition staged 13 of the strikes across Iraq, including two near Ramadi that according to the task force hit a unit of Islamic State fighters and destroyed a heavy machine gun, a vehicle and an excavator. Other strikes hit near Mosul, Falluja and Sinjar, among other cities, it said. ...

    A likeness of Andrew Jackson, seventh President of the United States, adorns the front of $20 bill Friday, April 17, 2015, in Boston. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-NH, filed legislation Tuesday to create a citizens panel to recommend an appropriate woman candidate to be put on the bill. (AP Photo/Bill Sikes)CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The first woman to serve as both governor and U.S. senator is backing a campaign to put a female face on the $20 bill.


    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock ExchangeBy Herbert Lash NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global equity markets fell on Friday as a crackdown on margin lending in China sent ripples around the world, while the dollar gained on rising U.S. consumer price data that should keep the Federal Reserve on track to raise interest rates this year. China's securities regulator warned investors to be cautious as Chinese shares hit seven-year highs after seven weeks of gains. Stocks in Europe and on Wall Street fell more than 1 percent on the Chinese news and on worries Greece may run out of money as debt repayments loom. "China in general has been tightening up on some of the excesses in lending," said Rick Meckler, president of hedge fund LibertyView Capital Markets in Jersey City, New Jersey.


    Izzat Ibrahim al-Duri was Iraqi vice president at the time of the 2003 US-led invasionIraq will test the body of a man killed in clashes with pro-government forces who may be Izzat Ibrahim al-Duri, late president Saddam Hussein's long-fugitive deputy, officials said Friday. Duri was vice president at the time of the 2003 US-led invasion. Salaheddin province Governor Raad al-Juburi said fighting in the province's Hamreen mountains area "killed 12 terrorists, among them Izzat al-Duri," but said testing was needed to provide confirmation. "We will test to confirm that the body belongs to Duri," he said.


    FILE - In this March 16, 2015, file photo, Chicago Cubs' Kris Bryant signs autographs before the Cubs' spring training baseball game against the San Diego Padres in Peoria, Ariz. Bryant looks to be on his way to the Cubs. Multiple outlets reported Thursday night, April 16, 2015, that Bryant will be called up before Friday's game against the San Diego Padres, clearing the way for his much-anticipated major league debut. The Cubs would not comment, but Bryant wrote on Twitter that his "dream is coming true" and that he is "so excited for this journey." (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi, File)CHICAGO (AP) — Prized prospect Kris Bryant is in the majors.


    Demonstrators, led by the New Orleans Worker Center for Racial Justice and the Congress of Day Laborers, participate in a rally outside the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans, Friday, April 17, 2015. A three-judge panel began hearing arguments whether to lift a temporary hold imposed by a federal judge in Texas on President Barack Obama's executive action seeking to shield millions of immigrants from deportation. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)NEW ORLEANS (AP) — As demonstrators gathered Friday outside a New Orleans federal courthouse, appellate judges were preparing to consider whether to lift a temporary hold imposed by a federal judge in Texas on President Barack Obama's executive action seeking to shield millions of immigrants from deportation.


    In this Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015 photo, Pidgeon Pagonis poses for a photo at home in Chicago. Pagonis, who was raised a girl but has male chromosomes, works as an activist opposing drastic genital surgery for intersex children. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)CHICAGO (AP) — She was born to a young Chicago couple, named Jennifer, and grew into a beautiful long-lashed child with wavy dark hair, big brown eyes and a yearning, youthful desire to be just like all the other girls.


    This Tuesday, April 14, 2015 photo provided by the Tulsa County, Oklahoma, Sheriff's Office shows Robert Bates. The 73-year-old Oklahoma reserve sheriff's deputy, who authorities said fatally shot a suspect after confusing his stun gun and handgun, was booked into the county jail Tuesday on a manslaughter charge. Bates surrendered to the Tulsa County Jail and was released after posting $25,000 bond. (Tulsa County Sheriff's Office via AP)TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A 73-year-old Oklahoma volunteer deputy charged in the fatal shooting of a suspect in Tulsa went on national television Friday to counter criticisms of his qualifications.


    In this April 13, 2015, photo, a worker helps to build a new home at a housing tract in Las Vegas. The New York-based Conference Board said Friday, April 17, 2015, that its index of leading indicators rose 0.2 percent in March, after gains of 0.1 percent in February and 0.2 percent in January. Building permits were the weakest part of the index, while slowdowns in average working hours and new factory orders have also been in a drag over the past six months. (AP Photo/John Locher)WASHINGTON (AP) — An index designed to predict the future health of the economy slowly crept upward for the third straight month, a sign that the pace of growth has been weakening since the start of 2015.


    A woman pumps gas at a station in Falls ChurchBy Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. consumer prices increased for a second straight month in March on rising gasoline and shelter costs, a sign of some inflation that should keep the Federal Reserve on course to start raising interest rates this year. March's broad-based price gains bolster the U.S. central bank's long-held view that inflation will gradually move toward its 2 percent target as the dampening effect of lower energy prices fades. "The data should allay the disinflation concerns that predominated earlier this year and, on the margin, increase the Fed's confidence that inflation will eventually move toward its target," said Michelle Girard, chief economist at RBS in Stamford, Connecticut. In the 12 months through March, the CPI slipped 0.1 percent after being unchanged in February.