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Former Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland, center, walks through a security check point at federal court Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014, in New Haven, Conn.  Rowland faces seven federal charges, including allegations he conspired with Apple's owner, Brian Foley, to hide $35,000 in payments for work he did on the 2012 congressional campaign of Foley's wife, Lisa Wilson-Foley. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)
Deliberations begin in Rowland's conspiracy trialJury in conspiracy trial begins deliberating fate of former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland
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A JetBlue Airbus A320 airliner that had to return to  the airport is seen at the Long Beach Airport in Long Beach, Calif., Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014. Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor said flight 1416 was bound for Austin, Texas, when the crew declared an emergency due to a problem with one of two engines on the Airbus A320. Airline spokesman Morgan Johnston said none of the 142 passengers and five crew members was injured during the evacuation, though three passengers were treated at the scene and one passenger was taken to a hospital for observation. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
Emergency landing for JetBlue flight in CaliforniaJetBlue airliner returns to Southern California airport after engine problem; no injuries
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UN calls Ebola a threat to international peaceUN Security Council calls Ebola outbreak in Africa a threat to international peace
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FILE - In this Feb. 22, 2010 file photo, shoppers walk through the aisles at the Home Depot store in Williston, Vt. The Home Depot on Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 said it has eliminated malware from its U.S. and Canadian networks that affected 56 million unique payment cards between April and September. (AP Photo/Toby Talbot, File)
Home Depot says malware affected 56M payment cardsHome Depot says eliminates malware that affected 56M payment cards, raises profit guidance
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Spending bill leaves out immigration courtsCongress' spending bill ignores Obama request on courts for unaccompanied minors at the border
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Mexico's newest police force, the Gendarmerie federal police, organize the evacuation of tourists after Hurricane Odile devastated the tourist resort city of San Jose de los Cabos, Mexico, Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014. Authorities said they had flown 5,000 tourists out of the region by Wednesday afternoon. Officials estimated 30,000 travelers were stranded by the storm. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)
Mexico boosts Los Cabos security after lootingMexican police step up vigilance in Los Cabos amid looting, security concerns after Odile
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A firefighter hoses down flames from the King fire near  Fresh Pond, Calif., Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014. The blaze that started Sunday has consumed more than 18,000 acres and is only 5 percent contained.(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
Final tally: 143 homes burned in California fireFinal count shows fire that tore through far Northern California town destroyed 143 homes
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Author and founder of the Central Asia Institute charity, Greg Mortenson pauses during an interview with The Associated Press at his home in Bozeman, Mont., Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014. Mortenson is the author of the bestselling book, Three Cups of Tea. He disappeared from public view and donations to his Central Asia Institute plummeted after allegations surfaced in 2011 that he fabricated his best-selling book Three Cups of Tea and personally benefited from the charity he started to build schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan. With a Montana attorney general investigation and civil lawsuits behind him, Mortenson has re-emerged with plans to begin making public appearances and fundraise for the charity once more. (AP Photo/Janie Osborne)
A glance at disputed passages in Three Cups of TeaA glance at some disputed passages in the best-selling book 'Three Cups of Tea'
The Associated Press45 minutes ago
St. Louis County police officers investigate the scene of a fatal police officer involved shooting on Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 in Jennings, Mo.  St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said the officers fired a combined 25 shots at the suspect. The officers told Belmar the suspect tried to fire at them, but the rifle the suspect had,  jammed. No casings from the suspect's .22-caliber rifle were found. This is the second fatal shooting of a black suspect by police in the region since the fatal August shooting of Michael Brown by a Ferguson, Mo.,  officer.  (AP Photo/St. Louis Post-Dispatch, David Carson)  EDWARDSVILLE INTELLIGENCER OUT; THE ALTON TELEGRAPH OUT
Police: Officers fatally shoot man near St. LouisOfficers fatally shoot man who pointed rifle in suburban St. Louis near site of Brown shooting
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  • News from America, 7:55 PMSecond US Citizen Charged for Attempting to Aid ISIS

    A 30 year-old Yemenite man was charged in a US court Wednesday on conspiracy of attempting to help the Islamic State terror group, becoming the second US citizen in one week to make media headlines for his terror connections. Elfgeeh reportedly targeted soldiers returning from Iraq, and "purchased two handguns equipped withsilencers and ammunition'' from a government source for this purpose for over $1,000. Arutz Sheva Israel News, Wed, Sep 17 2014 @ 03:23 PM
  • Art and medicine: UB medical students' Lighthouse Free Clinic...

    UB medical students hope the event will help promote the clinic's free services to the community as well as attract area physicians who would like to volunteer BUFFALO, N.Y. The Lighthouse Free Medical Clinic doesn't usually host art openings. It's a nonprofit, drop-in clinic where University at Buffalo medical students provide free, routine health care and preventive services to uninsured patients on Buffalo's East Side. University at Buffalo, Thu, Sep 18 2014 @ 04:17 PM
  • Seven cop shops called to bloody Buffalo wedding brawl: Report

    Seven different police agencies had to be called to break up a brawl following a wedding reception in Buffalo, N.Y., but the country club where it happened denies the donnybrook ever occurred. Lt. Patrick Fitzgerald of Orchard Park police told Buffalo News there were about 200 guests at the wedding when the reception wrapped up around 11 p.m. Saturday night. CNews, Thu, Sep 18 2014 @ 03:34 PM
  • UB school supply drive sets record

    This year's school supply drive doubled the number of items collected two years ago and is nearly 10 times more than what was collected when the program began in 2009. Photo: Nancy J. Parisi "Providing the children with these supplies alleviates a potential barrier and allows them to focus on their academic lessons. University at Buffalo, Thu, Sep 18 2014 @ 12:07 PM
  • Guys battle back against insecurities in comic tale of unlikely strippers

    STAGE ANTICS: Bringing a sense of adventure to Manchester's Palace Theatre in a musical adaptation of the hit movie #x201c;The Full Monty#x201d; is Dan Pivovar , Isaak Olsen and Preston Ellis . UnionLeader.com, Wed, Sep 17 2014 @ 07:34 PM
  • Ball State professor uses film to reach students

    That Chris Flook is open to learning new things became apparent when he excitedly talked about the drone, one he plans to equip with a camera, that he recently bought. Good point. The Miami Herald, Wed, Sep 17 2014 @ 10:14 AM
  • HSBC may shift 30 jobs north to Buffalo from Tampa

    A change in the geographic footprint of HSBC Bank USA N.A.'s global software team may result in an expanded workforce at the bank's Western New York operations. Approximately 30 HSBC employees who work in Tampa are being offered relocation to Buffalo as part of the bank's decision to move software delivery work to other locations, a spokesperson said. Business Journal, Wed, Sep 17 2014 @ 08:05 AM
  • Buffalo will work around roadblocks on Main St. project

    The effort to bring vehicular traffic back to all of downtown Buffalo's Main Street should not slow down, despite last week's rejection for federal funding. Local officials were stunned when the federal Department of Transportation did not chose a $28 million request for monies under the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery Act or TIGER. Business Journal, Mon, Sep 15 2014 @ 09:46 AM
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