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Updated at 2:12 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) " Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid says he's deeply disturbed by what he calls Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's endorsement of "racist ideas."

Updated at 2:11 PM

BOSTON (AP) " Boston transit officials say a train without an operator but with passengers on board left a suburban station and traveled through several other stations without stopping before it was disabled.

Updated at 2:09 PM

Horse racing officials in Ohio have suspended three people after the longshot winner of a race turned out to be a he instead of a she.

Updated at 2:08 PM

LE BOURGET, France (AP) " Sleep-deprived and increasingly tense, diplomats and climate negotiators outside Paris struggled Thursday to narrow down a 29-page draft of an unprecedented deal to tackle climate change" but countries remained at odds on...

Updated at 2:06 PM

WOLFSBURG, Germany (AP) " A small group of Volkswagen engineers began working as early as 2005 on emissions cheating software after they were unable to find a technical solution to U.S. emissions controls as the automaker pushed into the North...

Updated at 2:03 PM

Some day, a college somewhere will offer a course devoted to the study of Donald Trump's peculiar style of campaign rhetoric. Trump, as you may have noticed, usually works without a prepared text. He just wings it, offering his worshipful admirers...

Updated at 1:56 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) " An early morning missile test in New Mexico left a white contrail that quickly turned into a corkscrew that was visible for hundreds of miles Thursday.

Updated at 1:53 PM

OSLO, Norway (AP) " Members of the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet, which helped build democracy in the violence-torn country after the 2011 revolution, collected the Nobel Peace Prize in the Norway's capital on Thursday.

Updated at 1:48 PM

BERLIN (AP) " The latest in the influx of people into Europe. All times local:

Updated at 1:43 PM

BAGHDAD (AP) " Besieged Islamic State militants in the Iraqi city of Ramadi destroyed a lock on the Euphrates River that served as a bridge as government forces on Wednesday sought to cement their gains around the militant-held city west of Baghdad.

Updated at 1:43 PM

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) " San Francisco is one of only two large cities in the country that do not equip officers with stun guns, a situation the city's police chief wants to change after police fatally shot a knife-wielding stabbing suspect last week.

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