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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Police in Little Rock, Arkansas, say they have behind bars a driver accused of firing onto another car and killing a 3-year-old, all because his grandmother wasn't moving fast enough at a stop sign. Police announced the arrest Thursday night. They say Acen (AY'-sehn) King's grandmother was taking him on a shopping trip on Dec. 17 when the shooting happened.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President-elect Donald Trump says that until the rest of the world "comes to its senses" regarding nuclear weapons, the U.S. should "greatly strengthen and expand its nuclear capability." If Trump were to seek an expansion of the nuclear stockpiles, it would mark a sharp shift in U.S. national security policy. President Barack Obama has made nuclear non-proliferation a centerpiece of his agenda, calling in 2009 for the U.S. to lead efforts to rid the world of nuclear weapons.
UNDATED (AP) — A charity operated by Donald Trump's son Eric has been benefiting charities connected to the Trump family and members of the charity's board. An Associated Press investigation has found that Eric Trump also exaggerated the size of his foundation and the donations it receives. And the charity's payments for services or donations to other groups repeatedly went to one of Donald Trump's private golf clubs and to charities linked to the Trumps by corporate, family or philanthropic relationships.
BERLIN (AP) — Police in western Germany say they're holding two brothers on suspicion that they were planning an attack on a shopping mall. Police say the brothers, born in Kosovo, are 28 and 31 years old. Authorities say they're looking into how far along the suspected attack plan was and whether anyone else was involved.
GENEVA (AP) — Final test results are confirming that an experimental Ebola vaccine is highly effective. The World Health Organization led the study of the vaccine, which was developed by the Canadian government and is now licensed to U.S.-based drug company Merck & Co. Merck is expected to pursue regulatory approval in the U.S. and Europe sometime next year.
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