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CANADENSIS, Pa. (AP) — Authorities in Pennsylvania are still hunting the man suspected in the fatal shooting of a Pennsylvania State Police officer. There's a heavy police presence in the area where the suspect lived with his parents, raising hopes they had him cornered. For a second night, authorities closed roads near the home in a wooded neighborhood of Barrett Township, in the Pocono Mountains. Gunfire was reported in the area yesterday. Police haven't commented.

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama and his daughters had just left the White house when an uninvited guest came in through the front door after having jumped the fence surrounding the residence and ignoring orders to stop. The man was nabbed at the entrance but the rare breach has the Secret Service under intense scrutiny. The Secret Service says the incident will be carefully reviewed.

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — A spokesman for Afghanistan's election commission says tomorrow is the day for final results from the country's presidential election. The release follows the completion of a weeks-long audit for fraudulent ballots. The two top candidates, Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, have been negotiating a power-sharing agreement with mediation by phone from U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

STOCKHOLM (AP) — The president of the small pacific Island Nation of Kiribati says his Greenpeace-organized tour of glaciers in Norway has been a revelation. President Anote Tong says he'll share his observations at a U.N. climate summit next week in New York. He says the visit to the melting Arctic has helped him appreciate the scale of the threat that threatens to someday sink his island.

UNDATED (AP) — The Vatican confirms Pope Francis has chosen a bishop known as a moderate to replace retiring Cardinal Francis George as head of the high-profile Chicago archdiocese. Monsignor Blase Cupich, a native of Nebraska, replaces a leading church conservative who is 77 and battling cancer.

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