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PENNSBURG, Pa. (AP) — Authorities near Philadelphia are still looking for a man they say fatally shot his ex-wife and five of her relatives, including a 14-year-old girl. Police say Bradley William Stone carried out the shooting rampage at three homes. He had been fighting with his ex-wife over custody of their two children.

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A police officer in San Jose, California, has been placed on leave while officials investigate threatening comments from his Twitter account about demonstrators in the police killings of unarmed black men in Ferguson, Missouri and New York. The tweets and Officer Phillip White's Twitter account have since been deleted.

WASHINGTON (AP) — A lawyer for Sony Pictures Entertainment is warning news organizations not to publish company information leaked by hackers. The information includes studio financial records, employment files and gossip by Hollywood executives about some of the industry's big stars and upcoming films. The attorney says even though the information is publicly available on the Internet, it's still privileged and private.

NEW YORK (AP) — Bill Cosby's wife of 50 years is rejecting the sexual assault allegations at least 15 women are making against her husband. Camille Cosby issued a statement saying the man accused of drugging and having sex with more than a dozen women is "a man I do not know." Mrs. Cosby also questions the accusers, saying, "None of us will ever want to be in the position of attacking a victim." But she asks, "who is the victim?"

HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaiian officials say lava from the Big Island's Kilauea volcano is on course to reach a shopping center in seven to 10 days. The lava is about a mile from the stores and a gas station, but there's still a great deal of uncertainty about when it might hit. Until then, the shopping center's grocery store is encouraging customers to keep coming until it closes its doors.

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