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PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (AP) — Seventy-five years after Japan's surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, the leaders of Japan and the United States have made a historic joint visit today to the memorial honoring those who died there. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and President Barack Obama peered down into the water at the rusting wreckage of the USS Arizona, where more than 1,000 U.S. war dead remain entombed in the submerged ship. In a show of respect, Obama and Abe dropped purple petals into the water and stood in silence. Both spoke of the horrors of war and the alliance that has produced peace and cooperation.

WASHINGTON (AP) — It's round 2 for Donald Trump's debate over whether he would have won an election against President Barack Obama. On Monday, the president suggested in a podcast interview that his coalition of supporters would have voted for him again. Trump's response was "NO WAY!" Today, he offered another response on Twitter that voters wanted to MAKE AMERICAN GREAT AGAIN!"

LUCKNOW, India (AP) — Police say at least 38 people were injured when 14 coaches of a train derailed in northern India. The accident happened early Wednesday near Kanpur, a city in Uttar Pradesh state. Television images showed some coaches lying on their sides. This is a second recent rail accident in the region. In November, 127 people were killed when several coaches of a passenger train slid off the track.

CHICAGO (AP) — An American filmmaker has been killed in a bus crash in East Africa. The U.S. State Department and a Chicago school official told The Chicago Tribune that David J. Steiner died Monday in Uganda. He was 51. Steiner was there screening a documentary he made about a Chicago school and working on a project about Sudanese refugees. Steiner's film, "Saving Barbara Sizemore," documented the successful fight to keep Barbara A. Sizemore Academy in Chicago open after it was slated to be closed.

CLEVELAND (AP) — The Cleveland Browns' first victory of the season is also a win for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank. Some fans had planned to hold what was being billed as a "Perfect Season Parade" to make fun of the team. More than $10,000 had been donated to a fund to help pay for expenses such as security and bathroom facilities for the parade. But because the Browns beat the San Diego Charges on Saturday for their first win of the season, the money will now be donated to the food bank.

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