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Worker dies after bee attack at California construction site

RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A worker died Monday after being stung by bees that swarmed a Southern California construction site after a contractor grading a parking lot struck an underground hive, a fire chief said.

Killer at large after fatal shooting, standoff in Brewerytown

Killer at large after fatal shooting, standoff in Brewerytown A fatal shooting led to a police standoff where the killer was suspected of hiding inside a home in Brewerytown. But police now say the gunman was not found, and remains at large.


GOP hopefuls take on illegal immigration in debate preview

Republican presidential candidates, from left, Lindsey Graham, Ben Carson, John Kasich, Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal, Jeb Bush, Scott Walker and Rick Santorum speak among themselves after a forum Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, in Manchester, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole) MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — The Republican Party's presidential class demanded aggressive steps to curb illegal immigration, seizing on a delicate political issue while facing off in New Hampshire on Monday night during a crowded and pointed preview of the 2016 primary season's first full-fledged debate.


GOP hopefuls take on illegal immigration in debate preview

Republican presidential candidates, from left, Lindsey Graham, Ben Carson, John Kasich, Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal, Jeb Bush, Scott Walker and Rick Santorum speak among themselves after a forum Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, in Manchester, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole) MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — The Republican Party's presidential class demanded aggressive steps to curb illegal immigration, seizing on a delicate political issue while facing off in New Hampshire on Monday night during a crowded and pointed preview of the 2016 primary season's first full-fledged debate.


Two killed in New Hampshire carnival tent collapse

Two people are killed and 15 injured when a circus tent collapsed at a carnival in New Hampshire on Monday, local media reports Two people were killed and 15 injured when a circus tent collapsed at a carnival in New Hampshire, local media reported. New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan said a state of emergency had been declared and said officials had been dispatched to the scene. "The Disaster Behavioral Response Team is en route to Lancaster to provide assistance to affected individuals, first responders," she said on Twitter.


Cooler weather helps crews battling California wildfire

Burned signs are shown on a road near Lower Lake, Calif., Friday, July 31, 2015. A series of wildfires were intensified by dry vegetation, triple-digit temperatures and gusting winds. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) LOWER LAKE, Calif. (AP) — Firefighters were working aggressively to regain control after a raging Northern California fire jumped a highway that had served as a containment line for the massive blaze — one of 20 wildfires burning in California.


Donald Trump gambles on the business of politics

US presidential hopeful Donald Trump addresses the press at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, California on July 10, 2015 In his own words, Donald Trump is the very definition of American success. The flamboyant tycoon, reality TV star and the mogul instantly recognizable to millions by his complicated comb-over, sits atop a dazzling empire of real estate, hotels and golf courses. "Donald Trump is in the business of polishing the Trump brand," says Larry Chiagouris, professor of marketing at Pace University in New York.


Malaysia graft agency says PM's funds not linked to scandal

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has faced mounting pressure in the past year over a series of revelations alleging that hundreds of millions of dollars were siphoned off from a state-owned company linked to him Malaysia's anti-graft agency has said that nearly $700 million deposited into the prime minister's personal bank accounts were from "donations" and not related to a brewing scandal. Prime Minister Najib Razak has faced mounting pressure in the past year over a series of revelations alleging that hundreds of millions of dollars were siphoned off from a state-owned company linked to him. The Wall Street Journal last month reported that Malaysian government investigators had found nearly $700 million was routed to his personal bank accounts.


Egypt seeks cash, prestige boost with 'new Suez Canal'

The new 72-kilometre (45-mile) waterway, built in less than a year at a cost of $9 billion (7.9 billion euros), runs part of the way alongside the existing canal connecting the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Egypt is set to inaugurate a "new Suez Canal" waterway touted as an achievement rivalling the digging of the original, as it seeks to boost both its economy and international standing. The ceremony on Thursday, to be attended by foreign dignitaries including French President Francois Hollande, comes just over two years after President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the former military chief, overthrew his Islamist predecessor. Sisi broke ground on the project last August after winning a presidential election on promises of strengthening security and reviving the ailing economy.


Andy Murray returns to DC tournament for 1st time since 2006

Andy Murray, of Britain, speaks at a press conference at the Citi Open tennis tournament, Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass) WASHINGTON (AP) — Andy Murray is back on hard courts for the first time in four months — and back at the Citi Open for the first time in nine years.


The Latest: Calif. wildfire grows after jumping containment

Fire crews walk on U.S. Highway 20 as a fire approaches near Clearlake, Calif., Monday, Aug. 3, 2015. Cooler weather helped crews build a buffer Monday between a raging Northern California wildfire and some of the thousands of homes it threatened as it tore through drought-withered brush that hadn't burned in years. (AP Photo/Terry Chea) LOWER LAKE, Calif. (AP) — The latest on wildfires burning in California:


Report: 2 dead, 22 hurt in New Hampshire tent collapse

Officers surround the scene of a tent collapse in Lancaster, N.H., Monday, Aug. 3, 2015. Authorities say the circus tent collapsed when a severe storm raked the New Hampshire fairground. (Sebastian Fuentes via AP) LANCASTER, N.H. (AP) — Two people have died and at least 22 others have been injured after a severe storm blew down a circus tent in northern New Hampshire.


Accused Taliban leader said he was doing 'God's work': testimony

By Gary Robertson RICHMOND, Va. (Reuters) - A former American soldier testifying in the trial of Irek Hamidullin on Monday said the accused Russian Taliban leader was compliant when captured, and said he was doing "God's work." Hamidullin, a former Soviet tank commander who converted to Islam and was allegedly fighting for the Taliban, is the first Afghan War military combatant to be tried in U.S. federal court. Believed to be in his 50s, Hamidullin was charged last year with 15 criminal counts ranging from supporting terrorists to firearms offenses stemming from an assault on an Afgan Border Police base in November of 2009 "He raised his hands and said [in English], 'Don't kill me, I'm a Russian citizen'" said Todd Marcum, who shot and wounded Hamidullin as he and other soldiers pursued insurgents who had attacked Camp Leyza in Khost Province.

New Mexico power plant evacuated after suspicious devices found

A large coal-fired power plant in northwest New Mexico was evacuated on Monday after three suspicious devices were found nearby, a day after explosive devices were detonated outside two churches in the southern part of the state. Law enforcement officials removed the devices to an isolated area at the Four Corners Power Plant in Fruitland, some 190 miles (305 km) northwest of Albuquerque, and destroyed them, officials said. Officials determined the devices were not explosives or a threat to plant personnel or operations, said Jenna Shaver, a spokeswoman for facility owner Arizona Public Service Company.

Two people killed when circus tent collapses in New Hampshire during storm

Citing authorities, the Boston station said 250 people were inside the tent when it collapsed as a storm moved through the Lancaster fairgrounds. Lancaster is about 90 miles north of the state capital of Concord. A spokesman for Lancaster police was not immediately available for comment.

Illegal immigration a dominant theme at Republican forum even without Trump

Republican U.S. presidential candidates pose together on stage before the start of the Voters First Presidential Forum in Manchester By Steve Holland MANCHESTER, N.H. (Reuters) - There was no Donald Trump but his top issue, illegal immigration, was a dominant theme on Monday for 14 Republican presidential candidates who tested their messages at a New Hampshire forum to start a pivotal week on the campaign trail. Facing their first face-to-face debate on Thursday in Cleveland, the candidates got in some warm-up action at the Voters First Forum. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina got in what was arguably the zinger of the night when he declared himself uniquely qualified to take on Democrat Hillary Clinton in a general election matchup in November 2016.


Alligator attacks worker at Forever Florida attraction

KENANSVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Wildlife officials say a worker at a central Florida ecotourism attraction was injured in an alligator attack.

Top Asian News at 2:30 a.m. GMT

PARIS (AP) — French and Malaysian investigators cleared their last hurdle before launching a probe that many hope will solve the mystery of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, meeting with a judge in Paris Monday after the arrival of a wing fragment that possibly belonged to the doomed aircraft. Experts aim to determine whether the part comes from the plane, which disappeared on March 8, 2014, en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. The fragment was found on the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion and returned to the French mainland last week.

Obama administration faces criticism over human trafficking report

U.S. President Obama delivers remarks at the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Mandela Washington Fellowship Presidential Summit in Washington Several U.S. politicians sharply criticized the Obama administration on Monday over an annual global report on human trafficking in response to a Reuters article chronicling how senior U.S. diplomats had watered down rankings of more than a dozen strategically important countries. Democratic Senator Bob Menendez called the account “alarming & unacceptable if true”, tweeting that “we must get to the bottom of this” at a Senate hearing set for Thursday to review the 2015 Trafficking in Persons report. A Reuters examination, based on interviews with more than a dozen people in Washington and foreign capitals, showed that the State Department office set up to independently grade global efforts to fight human trafficking was repeatedly overruled by senior diplomats and pressured into inflating assessments of 14 countries in this year’s report.


Obama administration faces criticism over human trafficking report

U.S. President Obama delivers remarks at the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Mandela Washington Fellowship Presidential Summit in Washington Several U.S. politicians sharply criticized the Obama administration on Monday over an annual global report on human trafficking in response to a Reuters article chronicling how senior U.S. diplomats had watered down rankings of more than a dozen strategically important countries. Democratic Senator Bob Menendez called the account “alarming & unacceptable if true”, tweeting that “we must get to the bottom of this” at a Senate hearing set for Thursday to review the 2015 Trafficking in Persons report. A Reuters examination, based on interviews with more than a dozen people in Washington and foreign capitals, showed that the State Department office set up to independently grade global efforts to fight human trafficking was repeatedly overruled by senior diplomats and pressured into inflating assessments of 14 countries in this year’s report.


US, Philippines to raise territorial row in Malaysia meet

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Despite China's objections, the United States and the Philippines will call for a stop to island-building work, military deployments and other aggressive actions that raise tensions in the disputed South China Sea in an annual diplomatic meeting in Malaysia, officials said Tuesday.

Man faces federal charges in 2012 Molotov cocktail attack

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — A Maryland man is facing federal charges in connection with a 2012 firebombing of a corrections center.

10 Things to Know for Tuesday

FILE - In this Jan. 20, 2015 file photo, a plume of steam billows from the coal-fired Merrimack Station in Bow, N.H. President Barack Obama presented his final plan for carbon dioxide reduction targets on Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, which would reduce emissions 32 percent below 2005 levels by 2030. (AP Photo/Jim Cole, File) Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:


Pakistan defies rights protests to hang 'teen' convict

The parents of convicted killer Shafqat Hussain, who has been hanged in a jail in Karachi, hold a photograph of their son earlier this year Pakistan on Tuesday executed a convicted killer whose supporters say was a juvenile at the time of his crime, despite strenuous objections from rights groups and the United Nations. Shafqat Hussain was hanged shortly before dawn at a jail in Karachi for killing a seven-year-old boy the city in 2004, his brother and a prison official told AFP.


Pakistan defies rights protests to hang 'teen' convict

The parents of convicted killer Shafqat Hussain, who has been hanged in a jail in Karachi, hold a photograph of their son earlier this year Pakistan on Tuesday executed a convicted killer whose supporters say was a juvenile at the time of his crime, despite strenuous objections from rights groups and the United Nations. Shafqat Hussain was hanged shortly before dawn at a jail in Karachi for killing a seven-year-old boy the city in 2004, his brother and a prison official told AFP.


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See no risks posed by Fed, BOE rate hikes: BOJ's Iwata

BOJ Deputy Governor Iwata poses for a photo after an interview with Reuters at the BOJ headquarters in Tokyo TOKYO (Reuters) - Bank of Japan Deputy Governor Kikuo Iwata said on Tuesday he did not think that an interest rate increase by the U.S. Federal Reserve or the Bank of England will pose a risk to financial markets.


No. 6 seed Petkovic advances at Bank of the West

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — Sixth-seeded Andrea Petkovic got her body realigned and returned to form to beat fellow German Carina Witthoeft in a first round match of the Bank of the West Classic on Monday.

States' targets shift in final Obama climate change plan

FILE - In this Jan. 20, 2015 file photo, a plume of steam billows from the coal-fired Merrimack Station in Bow, N.H. President Barack Obama presented his final plan for carbon dioxide reduction targets on Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, which would reduce emissions 32 percent below 2005 levels by 2030. (AP Photo/Jim Cole, File) HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Sixteen states will have tougher carbon dioxide reduction targets than they originally planned now that President Barack Obama has presented his final plan to cut emissions from U.S. power plants.


Judge: Idaho's anti-dairy spying law is unconstitutional

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A federal judge ruled Monday that Idaho's law banning secret filming of animal abuse at agricultural facilities is unconstitutional, giving animal rights activists across the country hope that the decision will pave the way to overturn similar laws in other states.

Mexico City mayor vows full probe of journalist slaying

The family of murdered photojournalist Ruben Espinosa are overcome with grief during his funeral service in Mexico City, Monday, Aug. 3, 2015. With an investigation barely underway, Mexican journalist protection groups are already expressing fears that authorities won't consider Espinosa's brutal killing as being related to his work - even though he fled the state he covered fearing for his safety. Espinosa, 31, worked for the investigative magazine Proceso and other media in Veracruz state. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte) MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico City's mayor said Monday that no expense will be spared and no line of investigation ignored in the hunt for the killers of four women and a photojournalist, who had fled the state where he worked fearing for his safety.


Ex-Senate candidate: Board has ended probe of Facebook posts

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas radiologist who lost a hard-fought primary battle to Republican Sen. Pat Roberts says the state's medical board has dropped an investigation into whether he violated patient privacy by posting X-ray images of severe medical injuries.

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Oil prices edge up after 5 percent fall, but outlook weak

A customer holds a nozzle to fill up his tank in a gasoline station in Nice By Henning Gloystein SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices edged up in early Asian trading on Tuesday following a 5 percent fall in the previous session, as high global production and a weakening economic outlook, especially in Asia, prompted analysts to warn of further falls. Oil output by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) reached the highest monthly level in recent history in July, and production could rise further if Iran achieves a plan to raise output by 500,000 barrels per day (bpd) as soon as sanctions are lifted.


Feds charge 3 men accused of prepping for martial law

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Three North Carolina men fearing a government takeover and martial law stockpiled weapons, ammunition and tactical gear while attempting to rig home-made explosives, according to charges announced by the Justice Department on Monday.

Baltimore homicide uptick: Anti-crime partnership launched

U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, front center, and other elected officials announce the start of the Baltimore Federal Homicide Task Force, Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, in Baltimore. Baltimore police and civic leaders launched a partnership Monday with five federal agencies that will embed their special agents with city homicide detectives, bidding to quell an upswing in homicides and other violent crime in that city. (Lloyd Fox/The Baltimore Sun via AP) BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore police and civic leaders launched a partnership Monday with five federal agencies that will embed their special agents with city homicide detectives, bidding to quell an upswing in homicides and other violent crime in that city.


Special Olympics athlete found after disappearing from LAX

In this Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, still image from a surveillance video provided by Los Angeles Airport Police, shows a French-speaking Special Olympics athlete who has gone missing. The 16 to 20-year-old athlete who was last seen early Monday morning at Los Angeles International Airport, LAX Terminal 5 near the Delta ticketing area, and reportedly wandered outside LAX. He is believed to have his passport and boarding pass with him. (Los Angeles Airport Police via AP) LOS ANGELES (AP) — An autistic teenage Special Olympics athlete who vanished from Los Angeles International Airport was found sleeping on a lawn five miles away Monday afternoon, hours after another missing competitor turned up safe 350 miles away in Northern California.


Suspected Cop Killer Surrenders, Says He's 'Not a Coward'

Police say suspect felt the "walls closing in on him."

Libyan accused in Benghazi attacks seeks dismissal of case

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Libyan militant accused in the 2012 Benghazi attacks has asked a judge to dismiss charges against him.

Judge nixes extradition in case of painting looted by Nazis

NEW YORK (AP) — Poland lacks probable cause to extradite a Russian art dealer living in New York on criminal charges accusing him of knowing that an 18th-century painting taken from a Polish museum by the Nazis during World War II was stolen property when he inherited it from his father, a judge ruled Monday.
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