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  • 10 Things to Know for Today
    10 Things to Know for Today

    Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

  • Stolen shopping scooter ride leads to jail

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — An Albuquerque, New Mexico, man is facing charges after police say he drove a stolen electric shopping cart to meet with his probation officer.

  • Wanted man rear-ends Washington police detective

    SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Authorities say a wanted man has been arrested after he rear-ended a Spokane, Washington, detective's car.

  • Blue porch lights, Darren Wilson T-shirts part of growing support for Ferguson officer
    Blue porch lights, Darren Wilson T-shirts part of growing support for Ferguson officer

    While protests and unrest sparked by the death of Michael Brown have captured the nation’s attention, grass-roots campaigns backing the police officer who killed him are gaining ground.

  • HUSBAND WHO RELIVES HIS PAST SHOULD FOCUS ON HIS PRESENT

    DEAR ABBY: I'm married to the love of my life. I can't imagine loving a man more than I love "Wayne," and I know he feels the same about me. The problem is, he's always telling stories about things he has done, including past relationships, in graphic detail. I have heard all of them repeatedly, and I'm sick of them. When I tell him this he says, "Fine! I won't talk to you anymore." Wayne never talks about our past, present or future. ...

  • Russian watchdog shuts four McDonald's restaurants in Moscow

    By Polina Devitt and Vladimir Soldatkin MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia ordered the temporary closure of four McDonald's restaurants in Moscow on Wednesday, a decision it said was over sanitary violations but which comes against a backdrop of worsening U.S.-Russian ties over Ukraine. The four restaurants ordered to suspend operations by the state food safety watchdog included the first ever McDonald's in Russia, which opened in the last days of the Soviet Union, and which the company says is its most frequented in the world. On Wednesday evening, the lights were off inside the restaurant - which is usually crammed with diners - and a sign on the door said it was shut "for technical reasons." The watchdog, known in Russia as Rospotrebnadzor, said in a statement inspectors had found numerous sanitary violations. Asked if the decision was a retaliation for the United States and other countries imposing economic sanctions on Moscow over the crisis in Ukraine, the source declined to comment and referred to the statement about sanitary violations.

  • American killed in Syria a journalist at heart
    American killed in Syria a journalist at heart

    Journalist James Foley, captured and held six weeks while covering the uprising in Libya, knew the risks when he went to Syria in 2012 to cover the escalating violence there. It didn't matter. He was a journalist at heart, once saying he'd cover local news if it meant doing the job he loved.

  • Ballmer steps down from Microsoft board
    Ballmer steps down from Microsoft board

    Former Microsoft Chief Executive is stepping down from the company's board after 14 years.

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