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CANADENSIS, Pa. (AP) — The man police believe shot and killed a Pennsylvania state trooper and wounded another just over a week ago is still on the loose. But they think they're hot on the trail of Eric Frein (freen).whom they describe as a survivalist with a grudge against law enforcement. Police have found items abandoned or hidden by the suspect including a rifle and ammunition.

POLLOCK PINES, Calif. (AP) — Fire officials say nearly three-dozen structures have been wiped out in an expanding wildfire in Northern California. More than 21,000 other structures remain threatened. The blaze located about 60 miles east of Sacramento has grown to more than 128 square miles and remains only 10 percent contained. At least 2,700 people have been evacuated.

KUCUK KENDIRCILER, Turkey (AP) — The head of Turkey's disaster management agency says the number of refugees seeking shelter in Turkey from the Islamic State group's advance across northern Syria has hit 100,000. Most of the refugees are ethnic Kurds. They began fleeing this week when the extremists began capturing their villages.

NEW YORK (AP) — Authorities are increasingly concerned that online anti-American propaganda attributed to the Islamic State group could inspire homegrown terrorists in the United States. The rise of the Islamic State group and the proliferation of al-Qaida offshoots are multiplying extremist messages found on the Internet and there are fears they could inspire so-called "lone wolves."

WASHINGTON (AP) — Scientists estimate that the world spewed far more carbon pollution into the air last year than ever before. That was mostly because of increases from the three biggest polluters — China, the United States and India. The reports come as world leaders gather at the United Nations to talk about how to reduce heat-trapping gases.

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