• Boy: Sister, stranger went into hills; she never came back

    When the stranger approached Ian and Ashlynne Mike at the school bus stop, the boy was wary. But his older sister got lured into the van, and he didn't want her to go alone, so he went, too. The man took ...

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  • Navy SEAL killed in Iraq was close to disgraced grandfather

    PHOENIX (AP) — The Navy SEAL killed in Iraq on Tuesday was identified as Charlie Keating IV, a former Phoenix high school star distance runner and the grandson of the late Arizona financier involved in the 1980s savings and loan scandal.

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  • Leicester's Thai owners vow to keep unlikely title-winners together

    By Simon Webb and Jutarat Skulpichetrat BANGKOK (Reuters) - The owners of English football champions Leicester City say they will resist attempts by more glamorous rivals to lure away their title-winning players, after an unlikely triumph that has captured the imagination of fans worldwide. Duty-free magnate Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha became the first Thai owner of an English Premier League title-winning team on Monday night, when the only club capable of catching them, Tottenham Hotspur, were held to a 2-2 draw by Chelsea. Leicester's journey from 5,000-1 outsiders to English champions has captivated football lovers everywhere, but also prompted predictions that the team could be broken up in the off-season as bigger clubs look to poach their best players.

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  • Chee questions who his opponent in Bukit Batok is after remarks by Goh CT and Tan CJ

    Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) chief Chee Soon Juan said on Tuesday (3 May) that he did not want to get distracted by comments made by members of the People’s Action Party (PAP) other than Murali Pillai ahead of the Bukit Batok by-election. Chee also said that he was getting “very confused” as to who his PAP opponent is in the by-election this Saturday (7 May). “I thought it was Mr Murali.

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  • Close call for duo after car plunges into hole

    PETALING JAYA, May 4 — A car plunged into a 13m-deep sewage manhole here yesterday, trapping its occupants — an 85-year-old man and his maid — for over an hour. In the 2pm incident, the two were...

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  • The Latest: Sanders gets delegate boost; challenge remains

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on campaign 2016 as voters in Indiana head to the polls for the state primary (all times Eastern):

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  • Pellegrini promises City will attack Madrid

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has promised his side won't be afraid to attack Real Madrid in their bid to reach a first ever Champions League final on Wednesday. City travel to the Spanish capital with the tie finely balanced at 0-0 hoping to stop a Madrid side that has scored 18 goals without reply in five European games at the Santiago Bernabeu this season. "We will try tomorrow to play the way we play every week," said Pellegrini, who will leave City to be replaced by Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola at the end of the season.

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  • Kylie Jenner's Met Gala dress made her bleed

    Kylie Jenner's silver beaded Balmain gown at the Met Gala caused her pain.

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  • Is it the end of road for Metrobus?

    PETALING JAYA, May 4 — A “familiar face” of Klang Valley’s public transportation, Metrobus Nationwide Sdn Bhd, is in dire straits and may close down. The company has, among others, cut down its...

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  • NBA: League admit ref errors in Spurs-Thunder thriller

    NBA referees on Tuesday admitted they made a series of officiating blunders during the frantic finale to San Antonio's playoff clash with Oklahoma City. Referees crew chief Ken Mauer told a pool reporter that officials should have called a foul on a rare inbounds play they had never seen before at the end of Monday's thriller. Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Spurs 98-97 to tie the seven-game series at 1-1.

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  • Georgetown RVs at cost

    Prices starting at only $96,775. Save now on New Georgetown Class A Motorhomes, and RVs. At local Poulsbo RV, we have hundreds in stock!

  • Japan agrees to lease military aircraft to Philippines

    Japan will lease military aircraft to the Philippines in another sign of deepening security ties between the two former foes to counter Beijing's increasing regional influence. The agreement was made Monday afternoon during telephone talks between Japan's Defence Minister Gen Nakatani and his Philippine counterpart Voltaire Gazmin, the ministry said. Tensions in the South China Sea -- through which one third of the world's oil passes -- have mounted in recent years since China transformed contested reefs into artificial islands capable of supporting military facilities.

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  • Another big verdict in talc case against Johnson & Johnson

    Twice in the past three months, juries have awarded tens millions of dollars to ovarian cancer victims who blamed Johnson & Johnson talcum powder for their illness — among the first verdicts in a gathering ...

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  • Brazil to end WhatsApp shutdown: company

    A Brazilian court agreed to end its blockage of the smartphone messaging service WhatsApp after suspending it for failing to surrender user data, the company said. The court rejected an initial appeal, but a second appeal was upheld, a spokesman for WhatsApp told AFP early on Tuesday afternoon. "WhatsApp is now back online in Brazil!" Facebook co-founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said in a post on his page at the leading online social network.

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  • Mom gets 1 month in jail for assaulting toddler on plane

    HONOLULU (AP) — A federal judge on Tuesday sentenced a Hawaii mother to a month in jail and three months under home confinement for assaulting her 15-month-old daughter on a flight from Alaska.

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  • Lorde suffers wardrobe malfunction at Met Gala

    Lorde walked the red carpet at the Met Gala with a plaster cast on her left forearm.

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  • North Korea says waitresses tricked into going to South

    PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korea stepped up its calls Tuesday for South Korea to return 12 waitresses whom Pyongyang says Seoul abducted from a restaurant in China.

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  • 'Impossibly rare' violet diamond found in Australia

    A rare violet diamond, the largest of its kind ever found at Australia's remote Argyle mine, will be the centrepiece of Rio Tinto's annual pink diamonds showcase, the company said Tuesday. After weeks of assessment, the Argyle Violet was polished down to a 2.83 carat, oval-shaped diamond. "Impossibly rare and limited by nature, the Argyle Violet will be highly sought after for its beauty, size and provenance," Rio Tinto Diamonds general manager of sales, Patrick Coppens, said in a statement.

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  • Little Messi flees Afghanistan, appeals to UN after 'threats'

    The young Afghan boy who captivated hearts after he was pictured wearing a plastic bag as an improvised Lionel Messi jersey has appealed to the UN refugee agency after fleeing Afghanistan. Murtaza Ahmadi became an Internet sensation in January after his older brother posted the picture on Facebook, with the Argentine superstar sending autographed jerseys to his tiny fan via UNICEF. "I felt my family and I were in danger so decided to leave Afghanistan," he said, adding that they had first travelled to the capital Islamabad before arriving in the southwestern city of Quetta.

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  • US woman sues Starbucks for $5 mn over ice in cold drinks

    A Chicago woman is suing Starbucks for more than $5 million, claiming the coffee giant is underfilling its popular hand-blended iced coffee, tea and other drinks, making customers overpay for beverages. In a lawsuit seeking a jury trial and class action status, alleging false advertising and consumer fraud, Stacy Pincus accuses the world's biggest coffee retailer of serving its customers "much less than advertised -- often nearly half as many fluid ounces." "As a result of this practice, Starbucks's cold drinks contain significantly less product than advertised, by design and corporate practice and procedure," the suit filed last week says. Starbucks baristas typically fill cold-drink plastic cups to the top black line printed on the cups and the rest with ice.

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  • The Biggest Loser Contestants Often Regain the Weight Because Their Metabolism Never Recovers, According to New Study

    While contestants on The Biggest Loser drop an incredible amount of weight in just a few short weeks, that weight loss is often unsustainable and actually harmful to their metabolism, according to a new study. Researchers followed 14 of the contestants from season 8 of The Biggest Loser, including the winner, Danny Cahill, for six years after the show ended. One contestant, Erinn Egbert, who went from 263 lbs. to about 176 lbs. on the show, was able to keep off the weight and now weighs even less, between 152 lbs. and 157 lbs. But she too struggles with a slow metabolism that burns 552 fewer calories a day than is normal for someone her size.

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