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AP Sources: Takata recall could more than double in size

By TOM KRISHER
Associated Press

DETROIT (AP) -- Three people briefed on the matter say that U.S. auto safety regulators are in talks with Takata Corp. to add tens of...full story
updated 2016-05-04 06:42 AM
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AP Sources: Takata recall could more than double in size
By TOM KRISHER
Associated Press

DETROIT (AP) -- Three people briefed on the matter say that U.S. auto safety regulators are in talks with Takata Corp. to add tens of....Fullstory

2016-05-04 06:42 AM

Chile: fishermen protest, block roads after toxic blooms

Associated Press

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -- Chilean fishermen have staged a protest demanding the government compensate them better after toxic algae blooms killed their catch. The fishermen blocked....Fullstory

2016-05-04 06:01 AM

Trump repeats unsubstantiated claim Cruz dad has Oswald ties
By JONATHAN LEMIRE and JILL COLVIN
Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) -- Republican front-runner Donald Trump rehashed unsubstantiated claims Tuesday that his rival Ted Cruz's father has links to President John F. Kennedy's....Fullstory

2016-05-04 03:01 AM

For Tilda Swinton, acting remains a mysterious 'habit'
By JAKE COYLE
Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) -- In a sleek, luxurious Manhattan hotel room, Tilda Swinton stands and announces that she's bound to break something. "If not you....Fullstory

2016-05-04 06:42 AM

Ranieri won't sign superstars to strengthen Leicester squad
By ROB HARRIS
Associated Press

LEICESTER, England (AP) -- Claudio Ranieri is sticking with Leicester's title-winning blueprint and said the club won't be in the market for established, expensive talent....Fullstory

2016-05-04 06:42 AM

Fatal helicopter crash in Norway caused by technical failure

Associated Press

HELSINKI (AP) -- Norwegian investigators say last week's helicopter accident in western Norway that killed 13 people was caused by technical failure and not human....Fullstory

2016-05-04 06:01 AM

Business Highlights
By The Associated Press
Associated Press

___ Corporate earnings keep falling, but there are signs of life NEW YORK (AP) -- Are we there yet? It's another weak quarter on Wall Street, but....Fullstory

2016-05-04 06:01 AM

Wilmore says his 'tone didn't fit room' in DC performance

Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) -- Comic Larry Wilmore says his "tone didn't fit the room" at the White House Correspondents Association speech but believes his use....Fullstory

2016-05-04 06:01 AM

Netherlands grants Lebanon $92M to cope with refugees

Associated Press

BEIRUT (AP) -- The Netherlands has granted Lebanon 80 million euros ($92.3 million) until the end of 2017 to help the tiny Arab country cope....Fullstory

2016-05-04 03:01 AM

Radiohead releases 'Burn The Witch' ahead of world tour
By The Associated Press
Associated Press

Radiohead has put out a new song ahead of a world tour that opens later this month. The alternative rock band put out snippets of "Burn....Fullstory

2016-05-04 03:01 AM

Officials: Candles possible cause of NYC church fire

Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) -- Fire department officials say the cause of a blaze that destroyed a historic New York City church is under investigation but....Fullstory

2016-05-04 06:01 AM

Documents seized after searches at French Tennis Federation

Associated Press

PARIS (AP) -- French prosecutors say they have seized documents after carrying out several searches at the national tennis federation and the home of its....Fullstory

2016-05-04 03:01 AM

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