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US unwilling to give up Mideast peace process yet

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. said Thursday it isn't ready to write off Mideast peace negotiations as failed, even after Israel broke off talks with Palestinian leaders who are trying to create a coalition government with the Hamas terror group.

Politics clouds proposed overhaul of U.S. housing finance system

Townhouses on the Hudson River in Weehawken, New Jersey are pictured across from New York By Margaret Chadbourn WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Senate Banking Committee appears likely to back a bill to wind down government-backed mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, according to sources familiar with talks on the legislation. The committee's leaders have secured a bare majority of the votes needed to push the bill forward, but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is not keen for it to come up for a vote on the Senate floor ahead of congressional elections in November, these industry and Capitol Hill sources say. Congressional aides say the panel's Democratic chairman, Senator Tim Johnson, and its top Republican, Senator Mike Crapo, want at least 16 "yes" votes on the 22-member committee before going to Reid, a Democrat who has voiced opposition in the past to measures that would get rid of Fannie and Freddie. "If you want to end the government's monopoly in the housing finance system, which is what both Republicans and Democrats want to do - the environment to get it done is ripe.


WWF condemns oil search in Africa's oldest national park

A photo taken on April 28, 2004 shows a chain of volcanoes bordering the Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo Environmental campaigners WWF on Thursday condemned moves by British firm Soco International to start searching for oil in part of Africa's oldest national park. WWF said that Soco was on Saturday scheduled to start seismic testing in the Democratic Republic of Congo's Virunga park, home to 3,000 species including the endangered gorillas immortalised by the film "Gorillas in the Mist". "WWF condemns in the strongest terms Soco's unacceptable operations in Virunga National Park," said Lasse Gustavsson, head of conservation at WWF. WWF said people living near the park had warned that parts of Lake Edward -- a huge expanse of water that is partly within Virunga's boundaries -- were set to be closed to fishing while Soco searched for subterranean oil reserves.


Suspect in LA police station shooting dies

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A man who allegedly shot up a Los Angeles police station, wounding an officer, has died at a hospital.

Residents of Wyoming town allowed to return home

This image provided by Rachel Anderson shows officials at the site of an explosion and fire at a natural gas processing facility and major national pipeline hub, Wednesday, April 23, 2014, in Opal, Wyo. Officials said there are no reports of injuries and the residents of Opal have been evacuated to an area about 3 miles outside the town as a precaution. Opal has about 95 residents and is about 100 miles northeast of Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rachel Anderson) OPAL, Wyo. (AP) — Residents were allowed to return home Thursday, nearly 22 hours after an explosion at a natural gas processing plant forced the evacuation of their small southwestern Wyoming town.


Seattle mayor to unveil $15 minimum wage plan

SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle Mayor Ed Murray is scheduled Thursday to release his plan on how to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.

South Africa's ombudsman listed on Time's top 100

Thuli Madonsela arrives for the 20th annual opening of the South African Parliament on February 13, 2014 in Cape Town Time magazine named South Africa's hard-hitting ombudsman as one of the world's 100 most influential people Thursday, providing high-profile recognition of her work investigating President Jacob Zuma as he fights for re-election. Thuli Madonsela in March found that some of the $23 million of taxpayers' money spent on "security upgrades" to Zuma's private home were "unlawful" and she ordered the president to repay part of the sum. "Thuli Madonsela is an inspirational example of what African public officers need to be," Nigeria's former central bank governor Lamido Sanusi wrote in the magazine's commendation. The soft-spoken human rights lawyer joins other powerful and influential world figures like US President Barack Obama, Chilean leader Michelle Bachelet, Pope Francis and whistleblower Edward Snowden on the list.


Collateral Damage: The Effect of Card Fraud on Small Businesses, Customers And The Economy

Collateral Damage: The Effect of Card Fraud on Small Businesses, Customers And The Economy But wait, after the cards were/are compromised, the banks reissue you a new card, they let you dispute any bad transactions and the merchants may offer you a discount to keep you coming back. So, no harm, no foul, right? Not so fast ...


Internet governance debated in Brazil

People hold a banner in support of Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff as she addresses the opening ceremony of NETmundial, a major conference on the future of Internet governance in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Wednesday, April 23, 2014. Rousseff ratified a bill guaranteeing Internet privacy and enshrining access to the Web during the conference. (AP Photo/Andre Penner) SAO PAULO (AP) — An international two-day conference on Internet governance is drawing to a close in Brazil as government officials, academics and technical experts from some 90 countries debate how the Internet should be run.


London school says students abused by US teacher

An outside view of the Southbank International School in central London where suspected child molester William James Vahey taught for a four-year term, Thursday, April 24, 2014. British police is helping with a FBI global investigation to identify and trace victims of a suspected pedophile teacher, William James Vahey, who killed himself in March in Luverne Minnesota. (AP Photo/Sang Tan) LONDON (AP) — A British private school said Thursday that images of between 50 and 60 of its students were found on the computer drive of an American suspected child predator who killed himself last month.


For Africa, Good Policies Bring Good Prospects

Once again, the latest review of growth prospects for sub-Saharan Africa shows that the region's economy is in strong health. Growth in the region is set to pick up to 5½ percent in 2014 compared to 4.9 percent last year (see Chart 1). My view is that this growth momentum will continue over the medium term if countries rise to new challenges and manage their economies as dexterously as they have over the past decade or so. So what explains this continued strong growth performance? Apart from good macroeconomic policies in the region, the growth has been underpinned by investment

Nevada rancher condemned for racist remarks

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Nevada rancher who has become a conservative folk hero for resisting the federal government's attempts to round up his cattle faced sharp criticism Thursday for racist comments published in a New York Times article.

Nevada rancher condemned for racist remarks

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Nevada rancher who has become a conservative folk hero for resisting the federal government's attempts to round up his cattle faced sharp criticism Thursday for racist comments published in a New York Times article.

Philadelphia newspaper guild won't bid for company

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — Workers at Philadelphia's two largest newspapers won't be able to mount a bid for their troubled company, after a wealthy potential backer balked at the projected $77 million opening price.

Philadelphia newspaper guild won't bid for company

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — Workers at Philadelphia's two largest newspapers won't be able to mount a bid for their troubled company, after a wealthy potential backer balked at the projected $77 million opening price.

Senate report criticizes former DHS watchdog

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Senate subcommittee says the Homeland Security Department's former acting inspector general was too cozy with the White House appointees whose activities he was supposed to oversee.

US unwilling to give up Mideast peace process yet

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. isn't ready to write off Mideast peace negotiations as failed, even after Israel broke off talks with Palestinian leaders who are trying to create a coalition government with the Hamas group.

April U.S. auto sales to rise 8.5 percent: J.D. Power, LMC

Cars are lined up for sale at a Ford dealer in Lakewood U.S. auto sales will rise 8.5 percent in April from a year ago as spring weather entices consumers to look at new products, industry research firms J.D. Power and LMC Automotive said on Thursday. Edmunds said April sales for General Motors Co and Ford Motor Co would each show a rise of about 5 percent while three automakers would have double-digit gains: Nissan Motor Co at 18 percent, Toyota Motor Corp at 14 percent, and Chrysler Group, a unit of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles , at 12 percent. "Auto sales are hitting their stride as the spring selling season begins, and the pace has returned to the level expected at this stage of the recovery," said Jeff Schuster, senior vice president of forecasting at LMC Automotive. "Fueling the growth further as the year progresses is a very robust level of new-model activity, with 63 new or redesigned models expected to hit showrooms, a 60 percent increase from last year." March U.S. auto sales finished at an annualized selling rate of 16.4 million vehicles, and last April's annualized selling rate was 15.2 million vehicles.


PG&E gets OK to resume power plant demo in Calif.

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP) — State regulators have given Pacific Gas & Electric Co. the OK to complete demolition of a Central California power plant after an initial attempt left several people injured.

'Al-Qaeda's librarian' denies recruiting jihadists in Spain

Spanish Civil Guards carry evidence after the arrest of a suspected Al-Qaeda member in Valencia on March 27, 2012 A Saudi man dubbed "Al-Qaeda's librarian" on Thursday denied belonging to the organisation and recruiting jihadists for the group over the Internet during a Madrid court appearance. Police detained Mudhar Hussein Almalki in March 2012 in the eastern city of Valencia where he had been living, accusing him of running an online forum dedicated to "recruiting and indoctrinating 'terrorists'." Spanish public prosecutors accuse the Jordanian-born Saudi national of belonging to the Ansar al Mujahideen Network, which follows orders from Al-Qaeda, and are seeking a jail sentence of eight years. They allege he drew up a list of targets which included former British prime minister Tony Blair, former Spanish prime minister Jose Maria Aznar and former US presidents George Bush and Bill Clinton, who he called "war criminals".


John XXIII's brief papacy made big mark for church

A woman takes pictures of the tomb of Pope John XXIII in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, Thursday, April 24, 2014. Hundred thousands of pilgrims and faithful are expected to reach Rome to attend the scheduled April 27 ceremony at the Vatican in which Pope Francis will elevate in a solemn ceremony John XXIII and John Paul II to sainthood. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino) VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope John XXIII left his imprint on humanity and the Catholic Church he led for fewer than five years, helping propel him to sainthood on Sunday. Here are some highlights, in deeds and words:


Postal workers unions protest Staples program

Postal worker Sophia Joseph, left, and retired postal worker Barbara Burkhalter hold signs outside a Staples store during a protest in Dallas, Thursday, April 24, 2014. Thousands of postal workers around the nation are expected to picket outside Staples' stores to protest a pilot program of postal counters in the stores that are staffed with Staples employees. (AP Photo/LM Otero) NEW YORK (AP) — Postal workers around the country protested in front of Staples stores on Thursday, objecting to the U.S. Postal Service's pilot program to open counters in stores, staffed with retail employees.


South Korea ferry disaster may cloud Obama visit

U.S. President Barack Obama stands in front of a large model of the Earth as he attends a youth science event at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, known as the Miraikan, in Tokyo on Thursday, April 24, 2014. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) TOKYO (AP) — When President Barack Obama arrives in South Korea on Friday, he will be thrust anew into the role of consoler in chief in a time of crisis, a responsibility he has become all too accustomed to in the United States.


South Korea ferry disaster may cloud Obama visit

U.S. President Barack Obama stands in front of a large model of the Earth as he attends a youth science event at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, known as the Miraikan, in Tokyo on Thursday, April 24, 2014. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) TOKYO (AP) — When President Barack Obama arrives in South Korea on Friday, he will be thrust anew into the role of consoler in chief in a time of crisis, a responsibility he has become all too accustomed to in the United States.


South Korea ferry disaster may cloud Obama visit

U.S. President Barack Obama stands in front of a large model of the Earth as he attends a youth science event at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, known as the Miraikan, in Tokyo on Thursday, April 24, 2014. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) TOKYO (AP) — When President Barack Obama arrives in South Korea on Friday, he will be thrust anew into the role of consoler in chief in a time of crisis, a responsibility he has become all too accustomed to in the United States.


US awards $4M to help Haitians hurt by drought

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — The American government has awarded $4 million to help Haitian families hurt by a drought in the Caribbean nation's northwest.

Company stopped from accepting abortion waste

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Marion County commissioners have given final approval to an order to stop a company from receiving medical waste until procedures are in place to prevent the burning of fetal material to generate power.

Manufacturers see better times for economy, jobs

FILE - In this Monday, Sept. 10, 2012 file photo a General Electric logo is seen on a kitchen stove at a Lowe's store in Framingham, Mass. Industrial companies such as General Electric, Honeywell and Caterpillar, which make expensive equipment that other companies need to buy in order to grow, have been posting strong results in recent weeks and telling investors that orders are strong. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File) NEW YORK (AP) — Big companies are finally starting to spend money, and that could mean a better economy and more jobs are on the way.


Russia's Putin calls the Internet a 'CIA project'

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a media meeting organized by the Russian People's Front in St. Petersburg, Russia, Thursday, April 24, 2014. Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has mocked the Internet as a CIA project and pledged to protect Russia’s interest in the online industry. (AP Photo/RIA-Novosti, Mikhail Klimentyev, Presidential Press Service) MOSCOW (AP) — President Vladimir Putin on Thursday called the Internet a CIA project and made comments about Russia's biggest search engine Yandex, sending the company's shares plummeting.


Russia's Putin calls the Internet a 'CIA project'

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a media meeting organized by the Russian People's Front in St. Petersburg, Russia, Thursday, April 24, 2014. Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has mocked the Internet as a CIA project and pledged to protect Russia’s interest in the online industry. (AP Photo/RIA-Novosti, Mikhail Klimentyev, Presidential Press Service) MOSCOW (AP) — President Vladimir Putin on Thursday called the Internet a CIA project and made comments about Russia's biggest search engine Yandex, sending the company's shares plummeting.


Russia's Putin calls the Internet a 'CIA project'

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a media meeting organized by the Russian People's Front in St. Petersburg, Russia, Thursday, April 24, 2014. Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has mocked the Internet as a CIA project and pledged to protect Russia’s interest in the online industry. (AP Photo/RIA-Novosti, Mikhail Klimentyev, Presidential Press Service) MOSCOW (AP) — President Vladimir Putin on Thursday called the Internet a CIA project and made comments about Russia's biggest search engine Yandex, sending the company's shares plummeting.


Rescue teams search for DR Congo train crash survivors

This picture taken on April 22, 2014 shows derailed wagons after a train sped off the rails in the southern province of Katanga, Democratic Republic of Congo Rescue teams and medics on Thursday attempted to save survivors trapped in the mangled wreckage of a train that flew off the rails in the Democratic Republic of Congo, killing at least 57. "A special crane with a team specialised in derailments arrived on site at 11:00 pm (2100 GMT Wednesday) to lift up the wagons," health ministry official Felix Kabange Numbi said, after visiting the remote accident site with other officials. A newly purchased locomotive hurtled off the track in a swampy region Tuesday as the goods train, bursting with illegal passengers, rounded a bend about 65 kilometres (40 miles) north of Kamina in the southeast of the country. The high speed on a curve caused 15 of the train's 19 cars to overturn, government spokesman Lambert Mende said.


US protests Iran's election to UN NGO committee

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power protested the election of repressive regimes including Iran to the U.N. Committee on Non-governmental Organizations which deals with civil society groups accredited to the United Nations.

US protests Iran's election to UN NGO committee

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power protested the election of repressive regimes including Iran to the U.N. Committee on Non-governmental Organizations which deals with civil society groups accredited to the United Nations.

France to send four Rafale fighter jets on Baltic security duty

France will send four Rafale fighter jets to Poland next week as part of a show of NATO commitment to Central Europe and the Baltic states, which have been rattled by the escalation of tensions between Russia and Ukraine. The four warplanes will be sent to Malbork in northern Poland on April 28 on a double mission: to train the Polish air force and stand ready for air patrols over the Baltic states under NATO command, the French defense ministry said. NATO said last week it would send more ships, planes and troops to eastern Europe to reassure allies worried by Russia's annexation of Crimea and its massing of troops on the border with eastern Ukraine.

Thousands flee fighting in Sudan's Kordofan

This picture taken on March 1, 2014 shows an internally displaced persons' camp in Minkamman Khartoum (AFP) - Thousands of people have fled renewed fighting in Sudan’s South Kordofan and Blue Nile states, adding to hundreds of thousands uprooted by conflict in the Darfur region this year, the UN said on Thursday.


Ukraine launches operation against insurgents

SLOVYANSK, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian forces launched an operation Thursday to drive pro-Russia insurgents out of occupied buildings in the country's tumultuous east, prompting new threats from Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Angry Muslims in Central African Republic call for partition

A general view of the town of Bambari By Emmanuel Braun BAMBARI, Central African Republic (Reuters) - In this dusty town at the heart of the Central African Republic, many angry Muslims advocate a simple solution to the threat of religious violence from Christian militias terrorizing the country's south: partition. Bambari lies near the dividing line separating Central African Republic's Christian south - where mobs have lynched hundreds of Muslims and torn down their homes - from a northern region controlled by the mostly Muslim Seleka rebels. But their 10 months in power - a murderous orgy of looting and extortion - sparked a sectarian backlash that is driving Muslims from the south despite the presence of French and African Union peacekeepers. Many people in Bambari say the savagery of the violence, which has displaced nearly a quarter of the country's 4.5 million people, has brought about a turning point.


S.African mum charged with murdering three children in London

A police officers stands outside a house in New Malden, south London, on April 23, 2014 after three children were found dead at the house A South African woman was charged on Thursday with murdering her three severely disabled children at their home in London, police said. Tania Clarence, 42, was arrested after the bodies of a four-year-old girl and two three-year-old boys were found on Tuesday evening. Neighbours said that Clarence, a graphic designer, and her husband Gary, who works at banking group Investec, had four children, three of whom were severely disabled. "Mrs Tania Clarence, 42, appears in custody at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court on Friday, 25 April, charged with three counts of murder," Scotland Yard said in a statement.


Ukraine foreign minister: Ready to fight Russia

Acting Foreign Minister of Ukraine Andriy Deshchytisa speaks during an interview with The Associated Press, during a meeting on the 5th Anniversary of the Eastern Partnership at the Prague Castle in Prague, Czech Republic, Thursday, April 24, 2014. Deshchytisa described Russian military exercise close to the Ukrainian border as a provocation. The Eastern Partnership is a European initiative launched in 2009 aimed at strengthening relations between the EU and its eastern neighbours, in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine.(AP Photo/Petr David Josek) PRAGUE (AP) — Ukraine's foreign minister has blasted the Russian decision to start military maneuvers along their border and said Thursday his country will fight any invading troops.


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