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Updated at 11:59 PM

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) " The latest on the protests and turmoil over racially charged incidents at the University of Missouri (all times local):

Updated at 11:56 PM

MILWAUKEE (AP) " The Republican presidential candidates are debating for the fourth time in the 2016 nomination contest, this time in Milwaukee, as they compete to narrow down the wide-open contest.

Updated at 11:46 PM

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) " This week's events at the University of Missouri seemed to unfold rapidly, with little warning. But some students, faculty and alumni say the protests and sudden resignation of the president and chancellor are the culmination of...

Updated at 11:41 PM

BERLIN (AP) " Helmut Schmidt was blunt and down to earth, decisive and brimming with self-confidence.

Updated at 10:54 PM

Twilight author Stephenie Meyer is in development with Lionsgate on a new one-hour series called The...

Updated at 10:54 PM

SEATTLE (AP) " A piece of Seattle history is coming down " or rather, 1 million little pieces.

Updated at 10:48 PM

UNITED NATIONS (AP) " Russia has circulated a document on ending the nearly five-year-old Syrian conflict that calls for drafting a new constitution in up to 18 months that would be put to a popular referendum and be followed by an early...

Updated at 10:46 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) " The nation has far fewer so-called "dropout factory" high schools these days, down sharply from 2008 as more students leave high school with a diploma, according to a new report.

Updated at 10:42 PM

AKRON, Ohio (AP) " A small business jet crashed into an apartment building on Tuesday, killing at least two people aboard, authorities said.

Updated at 10:32 PM

GENEVA (AP) " An unidentified Chinese buyer purchased a 16.08-carat vivid pink diamond at auction for 28.7 million Swiss francs ($28.5 million) including fees on Tuesday, a record price for a stone of that type, Christie's said.

Updated at 10:28 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) " The U.S. could consider criminal charges or sanctions against China if the U.S. determines hackers there are violating an agreement not to conduct economic cyber espionage on American industry, a senior Justice Department official...

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