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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — There's another report of vandalism at a Jewish cemetery in the United States. Police say more than 100 headstones were knocked over at Mount Carmel Cemetery in northeastern Philadelphia, apparently sometime after dark Saturday. The damage comes less than a week after a Jewish cemetery in suburban St. Louis reported more than 150 headstones vandalized.

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — The father of a Navy SEAL killed during a raid in Yemen on Jan. 27 is demanding an investigation into its planning and is criticizing the Trump administration for approving the raid a week after taking office. Bill Owens tells The Miami Herald that he refused to meet with President Donald Trump when both came to Dover Air Force Base to receive the casket carrying his son, William "Ryan" Owens.

HELSINKI (AP) — Police say at least 15 people have been injured in a fire that broke out overnight at a refugee center in southwestern Sweden. An investigation is underway to determine what caused the fire at one of the country's largest refugee centers outside of Vanersborg. Last year, there were 112 fires at Swedish refugee and reception centers, most of them arson

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Authorities say the body of a 14-year-old boy who went missing during a storm more than a week ago has been found on an island in the Los Angeles River. The boy was reported missing Feb. 17. He had left a phone message for his mother saying he was walking home from school. Police say the boy may have been swept away in a wash that feeds the L.A. River which was raging at the time. Police say the body was badly battered.

ATLANTA (AP) — The goal of newly elected Democratic national chairman Tom Perez is to unite a fractured party. Speaking in TV interviews today, President Barack Obama's labor secretary pledged to rebuild at all levels from "school board to the Senate" and to reach out to chunks of rural America that felt forgotten in the 2016 election. He describes a party focus that'll emphasize protecting Social Security, Medicare and "growing good jobs in this economy."

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