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BERLIN (AP) — A man was arrested after injuring seven people with an ax at the main train station in Duesseldorf, Germany, in what seemed like a random attack. That's according to police, who say they were alerted about an attack in the evening Thursday. Seven people were injured, three of them seriously. The statement said police are investigating whether the suspect attacked passengers on a commuter train as well. The 36-year-old man was described as being from "the former Yugoslavia" and living in the nearby city of Wuppertal. He suffered serious injuries and was being treated in a hospital.

WASHINGTON (AP) — White House press secretary Sean Spicer says President Donald Trump has "grave concern" about the release of classified material and believes the systems at the CIA are outdated. Spicer was responding today to questions about WikiLeaks' disclosure of thousands of documents that it says reveals details of the CIA's cyberespionage toolkit. Spicer also denounced Assange for his previous release of classified material, saying he has undermined U.S. national security in the past.

WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department says top U.S. diplomat Rex Tillerson has recused himself from TransCanada's application for a presidential permit for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. Environmental group Greenpeace has called for Tillerson, former CEO of oil giant Exxon Mobil, to take that step. The pipeline, which would bring oil from Canada to the U.S., was halted by then-President Barack Obama. In one of his first decisions as president, Donald Trump invited the Keystone builder, TransCanada, to resubmit its application to construct and operate the pipeline.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Housing Secretary Ben Carson is seeking to reassure his agency that budget cuts may not be as steep as some fear, even as housing advocates and others brace for deep reductions to public housing and anti-poverty programs. The cuts said to be under consideration amount to more than $6 billion. They would target community development block grants and some public housing money, with the aim of helping offset some of the $54 billion increase in defense spending that President Donald Trump is requesting.

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — State troopers believe they've found the vehicle that fatally struck a 29-year-old woman as she tried to retrieve her cellphone from the southbound lane of Florida's Turnpike near Orlando. The Florida Highway Patrol says investigators located a van matching a witness description with damage consistent with the crash. It was being processed for evidence. It wasn't clear if investigators had determined who was driving, but a news release says they have been in contact with someone of interest in the case.

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