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  • Nation and World

    Dutch Safety Board: Buk missile downed MH17 in Ukraine

    The missile's Russian maker, however, presented its own report hours earlier, trying to clear Russia-backed separatists who controlled the area or Russia of any involvement in the crash on July 17, 2014, that killed all 298 people aboard the plane.

  • Nation and World

    AP Exclusive: Clinton server’s software had hacking risk

    "That's total amateur hour," said Marc Maiffret, who has founded two cyber security companies. He said permitting remote-access connections directly over the Internet would be the result of someone choosing convenience over security or failing to understand the risks. "Real enterprise-class security, with teams dedicated to these things, would not do this," he said.

  • Nation and World

    Zimbabwe official: US dentist not wanted for killing lion

    "He is free to come, not for hunting, but as a tourist," Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri told reporters. "It turned out that Palmer came to Zimbabwe because all the papers were in order."

  • Nation and World

    Clinton has edge in Nevada, site of Dems’ first debate

    "That's a lot of shoe leather, and they've been on the ground for 5-6 months," Billy Vassiliadis, a veteran Democratic strategist in Nevada who isn't involved in the current race, said of the Clinton campaign's efforts. "That's going to be a challenge that I don't think a Sanders can overcome, that — God bless his heart — I don't think Joe can overcome."

  • Nation and World

    House Republicans ask: Can anyone lead us? 

    "It is bad," said Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y. "We cannot allow 35 or 40 people to hijack the party and blackmail the Congress. We have to get things done."



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  • Sports

    Unbeaten Broncos have long list of losing fix-it items on offense

    "I think in coaching you're always searching for perfection and obviously we're far from it," Kubiak said. "We've got some tremendous things going on defensively and we're battling offensively right now. But it's hard to win in this league, and I've been doing it long enough to know you'd better appreciate it."

  • Sports

    Rugby World Cup organizers: Show will be OK without England

    "Most tournaments around the world would like the hosts to do well enough to keep that momentum going in the host country," Gosper explained in a briefing at Twickenham to review the pool stage. "But my sense is this is a very mature and philosophical sporting market. They love their sport, their team may be out, but they love the event, and we are seeing that already."

  • Sports

    AP source: Chase Utley appeal hearing not held Monday

    "The players association and my agent are handling the appeals process," Utley said in a statement Monday. "I have nothing more to say other than to reiterate that I feel terrible about Ruben's injury. Now my teammates and I are focused on Game 3 and doing everything we can to win this series."

  • Sports

    AP Source: Lack of written contract led to FIFA suspensions

    Both Blatter, the FIFA president, and Platini, his counterpart at UEFA, face longer bans if the FIFA ethics committee proves its case to ethics judge Hans-Joachim Eckert. The full verdicts are expected before the 90-day suspensions end.

  • Sports

    An exciting outcome in Presidents Cup, nothing more

    The International team long believed that playing more matches gave the Americans an advantage because of their depth, and the fact this Presidents Cup wasn't decided until the final match suggests some truth to that.


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