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DOHA, Qatar (AP) " U.S. first lady Michelle Obama arrived in Qatar on Monday as part of a two-country Mideast tour, with plans to visit a crucial air base in America's war against the Islamic State group and give a speech on the importance of girl's education.

Updated at 4:55 PM

BEIRUT (AP) " Suspected Russian warplanes bombed the outskirts of Islamic State-held Palmyra on Monday, sending smoke rising out of an area that includes a historic castle overlooking the Syrian city's Roman ruins, activists said.

Updated at 4:45 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) " The Supreme Court seems divided over whether Internet search sites can be sued for publishing false information about people if the errors don't cause any real harm.

Updated at 4:43 PM

LOS ANGELES (AP) " Bill Cosby and his former attorney should be deposed by lawyers for Janice Dickinson in the model's defamation lawsuit against the embattled comedian, a judge ruled Monday.

Updated at 4:41 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) " President Barack Obama on Monday signed into law a bipartisan budget bill that avoids a catastrophic U.S. default and puts off the next round of fighting over federal spending and debt until after next year's presidential and...

Updated at 4:37 PM

LESBOS, Greece (AP) " The latest as hundreds of thousands of people seeking safety flood into Europe in search of a new life. All times local.

Updated at 4:21 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) " The Supreme Court appeared troubled Monday by the actions of a Georgia prosecutor in disqualifying all the black prospective jurors from the death penalty trial of a black teenager who was accused of killing an elderly white woman.

Updated at 4:00 PM

On this week's Blindspot, one of Jane's (

Updated at 3:59 PM

NEW YORK (AP) " For more than five years after a finance executive was found strangled in her Manhattan bathtub, suspicion swirled around her estranged husband.

Updated at 3:54 PM

John Oliver and the rest of the

Updated at 3:52 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) " GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush is hitting the reset button on his underwhelming campaign. Bush says his message won't change, but his tactics and strategy will.

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