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  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 a.m. EST

    Thousands to march in Moscow to mourn slain veteran Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov Thousands are expected to march through central Moscow to mourn veteran liberal politician Boris Nemtsov, whose killing has shaken Russia's beleaguered...
  • Wisconsin's Walker adjusts to rigor of presidential politics

    Scott Walker may have won three elections in the past four years, but he's still finding his way in presidential politics. The Wisconsin governor made a splash last month in first-to-vote Iowa, wowing Republicans and vaulting to the top of several still-...
  • Unlike O'Hare, Singapore airport a destination all its own

    Unlike O'Hare, Singapore airport a destination all its own
    Chicago and this tiny but financially powerful city-state in Southeast Asia both showcase themselves as "a city in a garden'' draped by a dazzling skyline. Both are home to airport expansion projects aimed at revving up their global profiles. But the...
  • Delta to add faster satellite-based Wi-Fi on long-haul flights

    Delta to add faster satellite-based Wi-Fi on long-haul flights
    Starting next year, passengers on Delta Air Lines’ long-haul domestic flights and routes to Latin America and the Caribbean will get to log on to a faster satellite-based wireless Internet. The new system replaces an older air-to-ground system,...
  • Ducks place Rene Bourque on waivers, wait for Tomas Fleischmann

    Ducks place Rene Bourque on waivers, wait for Tomas Fleischmann
    Rene Bourque knew his days as a Duck might be numbered after the club loaded up on left wings the past week by acquiring Tomas Fleischmann from Florida and Jiri Sekac from Montreal. On Sunday, Bourque was placed on waivers, a decision the 33-year-old left...
  • United Airlines doesn't have to honor super-cheap fares, feds say

    United Airlines doesn't have to honor super-cheap fares, feds say
    Bad news for travelers who booked ridiculously cheap flights with United Airlines last month: The federal government won’t force United to honor the fares. The problem started when United’s website for Denmark travelers offered first-class...
  • US 75 north of Dallas closes during snowy weather, accidents

    A winter storm that dumped several inches of snow on Texas Friday closed schools, snarled travel and forced a main highway into Oklahoma to shut down after nearly 20 vehicles slid off the road. The system that closed schools Friday in Lubbock, Abilene,...
  • Congress passes temporary funding fix for Homeland Security, averts shutdown

    WASHINGTON A night of political brinkmanship ended late Friday when the House and Senate approved a one-week temporary spending bill to avert the partial shutdown at midnight of the Department of Homeland Security. Lawmakers in the House voted 357 to...
  • AEG report warns rival Inglewood NFL stadium presents terrorist threat

    AEG report warns rival Inglewood NFL stadium presents terrorist threat
    In a bold move to undercut an NFL stadium at Hollywood Park, the sports and entertainment firm AEG commissioned a study by former Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge that found the Inglewood project would be a tempting target for terrorists and...
  • Desperate Afghan avalanche survivors await rescue on roofs

    In an endless sea of white, Afghan villagers waited on rooftops Friday, waving in desperation as helicopters swooped low over the avalanche-struck region. All around them, homes, people and livestock had vanished under the snow. The avalanche in this...
  • Retired Goodyear blimp gondola joins Cleveland exhibit

    The gondola of the decommissioned Spirit of Goodyear blimp has landed at its new home in a Cleveland historical society exhibit. The 3,400-pound gondola built in 1982 was used on three blimps — it was previously on the underside of the America...