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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday he'll discuss with Saudi Arabian officials how to implement a "humanitarian pause" in Yemen's civil war, citing increased shortages of food, fuel and medicine that are adding to a crisis that has already caused thousands of people to flee to neighboring countries.
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EU announces plans for more unified digital market

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 4:30am
The European Union has unveiled a strategy to unify the continent's digital sector and help its technology companies compete with the dominant U.S. firms. It will also open an antitrust inquiry into the e-commerce sector.
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Michigan voters defeat tax hike in debate over road funding

David Eggert, Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 4:20am
Gov. Rick Snyder and lawmakers will be forced to consider yet another alternative to address Michigan's deteriorating roads after voters' resounding rejection of a ballot measure that would have increased taxes to pump $1.2 billion a year more into transportation infrastructure.
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Mixed signals emerge for eurozone economy

Pan Pylas, Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 3:30am
Following a solid start to the year, signs emerged Wednesday that the 19-country eurozone economy is losing some traction.
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Greece makes IMF payment, another looms

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 3:30am
Greece is making a 200 million euro ($222 million) repayment to the International Monetary Fund, though another, larger one looms next week that it will struggle to manage.
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BMW profits rise on SUVs, strong sales in UK, US

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 3:00am
German luxury carmaker BMW increased its profits in the first quarter thanks to strong demand for its expensive SUVs and higher sales in the U.S. and Britain as well as in a recovering European market.
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Nearly 3 dozen intend to sue Metro-North over deadly crash

The Associated Press  |  posted 4 minutes ago
Metro-North Railroad has heard from nearly three dozen potential plaintiffs who intend to sue over a deadly train collision that killed six people.
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Philippines says notorious bomb-maker killed by rebels

The Associated Press  |  posted 34 minutes ago
A Filipino bomb-maker and one of the country's top terror suspects has been killed by a rival faction of Muslim rebels, the Philippine military said Wednesday.
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Texas senior living company expanding into Louisiana

The Associated Press  |  posted 35 minutes ago
Avanti Senior Living says it will break ground later this year on a $20 million community in Baton Rouge and a $15 million development in Lafayette.
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Welch Allyn continues acquisitions, buys scale maker

The Associated Press  |  posted 55 minutes ago
Welch Allyn continues to adjust to the rapid changes occurring in health care.
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Iran to release seized Maersk vessel after it pays fine

Amir Vahdat, Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 4:21am
A Marshal Islands-flagged cargo vessel seized by Iranian forces as it was traversing the Strait of Hormuz last month will likely be released in two days, after it pays a fine, Iran's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said Wednesday.
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French investigators: Germanwings co-pilot tried controlled descent on previous flight

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 4:10am
French investigators: Germanwings co-pilot tried controlled descent on previous flight.
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2nd Uber office in China under investigation

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 3:50am
Chinese police have visited Uber offices in a second city in a widening investigation into the company's operations in China.
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Labor Department picks Utah company to run Job Corps Center

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 3:10am
The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded a five-year, $41 million contract for operation of the Wind River Job Corps Center to a Utah-based management company.
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Study: Top tech firms bypassing Asian workers for exec jobs

Michael Liedtke, Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 2:41am
Google, Yahoo and other major technology companies are far more inclined to hire Asians as computer programmers than to promote them to become managers or executives, according to a study released Wednesday.
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Here is the latest Nevada news from The Associated Press

The Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 2:31am
Senate Majority Leader Michael Roberson wants to raise the cigarette tax even more than Gov. Brian Sandoval proposed in an effort to plug a budget hole. The Republican lawmaker said that he wants to amend a measure to raise the cigarette tax from 80 cents per pack to $1.80 per pack. Sandoval proposed a 40-cent hike.
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