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NEW ORLEANS (AP) " Former President George W. Bush returned Friday to New Orleans, where he was vilified for his administration's lackluster response to Hurricane Katrina, to praise the city's comeback 10 years after the catastrophic storm.

Updated at 2:56 PM

CAIRO (AP) " Three journalists on trial in an Egyptian court on terrorism-related charges were awaiting its verdict on Friday, hopeful that they will be acquitted after lengthy proceedings criticized worldwide by press freedom and human rights...

Updated at 2:55 PM

PARIS (AP) " Two French journalists known for their critical writings about Moroccan King Mohammed VI have been arrested in France for allegedly trying to blackmail the monarch, according to his lawyer and the prosecutor's office.

Updated at 2:54 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) " The U.S. military says the Islamic State group hacker killed in a U.S. airstrike in Syria had been recruiting sympathizers in the West to carry out "lone wolf" terrorist attacks.

Updated at 2:53 PM

NEW YORK (AP) " Who gets to decide what grown people wear for Halloween?

Updated at 2:51 PM

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) " Here are the latest developments Friday from the Democratic National Committee meeting in Minneapolis, where four Democratic presidential candidates will address the party.

Updated at 2:49 PM

NICKELSDORF, Austria (AP) " Death was in the air Friday, its stench overpowering as workers on Austria's border with Hungary unloaded the bodies of some of the 71 migrants who perished trapped in a truck they hoped would take them to a better life.

Updated at 2:48 PM

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) " Apple's online music subscription service is losing a key player as millions of listeners near the end of a free three-month trial period that has drawn mixed reviews.

Updated at 2:45 PM

WASHINGTON (AP) " Democratic Sen. Tom Carper of Delaware on Friday became the 30th senator to announce support for the Iran nuclear deal, as momentum for the White House-backed agreement grows.

Updated at 2:43 PM

NEW YORK (AP) " A billion people logged in to Facebook on a single day this week, marking the first time that many members used the world's largest online social network in a 24-hour period. The number amounts to one-seventh of the Earth's...

Updated at 2:42 PM

BAGHDAD (AP) " Iraq's top Shiite cleric said on Friday the government must show it was seeking genuine change to combat corruption and improve services and not just introduce temporary measures to placate the embattled nation.

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