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Updated at 7:56 AM

WASHINGTON (AP) " Ted Cruz says the question follows him into the hallways of foreign capitals around the world. In whispered tones, heads of state pull the Texas senator and Republican candidate for president aside to ask: "Where is America?"

Updated at 7:53 AM

MARYSVILLE, Wash. (AP) " Moving her finger over the laptop trackpad, 6-year-old Lauren Meek drags and drops a block of code to build a set of instructions. She clicks the "run" button and watches as the character moves through a maze. She then pumps...

Updated at 7:51 AM

WASHINGTON (AP) " For the first time in the year-plus fight against Islamic State militants, the U.S. is putting American combat troops on the ground in a more permanent role in Iraq and Syria.

Updated at 7:30 AM

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) " A suburban Oklahoma City police officer picked up an unusual subject found wandering along a rural road.

Updated at 7:24 AM

BAGHDAD (AP) " Iraq's prime minister says his country's forces are capable of defeating the Islamic State group without the help of foreign combat forces.

Updated at 7:18 AM

RENO, Nev. (AP) " A Nevada hospital where a college student has been on life support since doctors declared her brain dead more than six months ago wants a judge to order new tests " over the objections of her father, who insists she's alive and...

Updated at 6:58 AM

BRUSSELS (AP) " NATO member states have formally invited the tiny Adriatic nation of Montenegro to join the alliance in the face of Russian opposition.

Updated at 6:55 AM

CAIRO (AP) " An Egyptian researcher and freelance journalist detained upon arrival in Egypt is being investigated for spreading false news, in what his lawyers say is the latest in a crackdown press freedoms in the country.

Updated at 6:26 AM

CHICAGO (AP) " The release of squad-car video showing a white Chicago police officer shooting a black teenager 16 times set off a dramatic chain of events, from days of demonstrations to Mayor Rahm Emanuel's firing of the city's police...

Updated at 6:17 AM

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) " Police in Alaska's capital city have not determined whether the city's new mayor died from a natural event or foul play but have tentatively ruled out gunshots, drugs or suicide in the death.

Updated at 6:13 AM

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) " The trial of two Arizona parents accused of imprisoning and abusing their three young daughters could come to a close Wednesday after attorneys deliver closing arguments.

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