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  • Obama wraps up Japan visit but no trade deal

    U.S. President Barack Obama waves from Air Force One as he departs Haneda International Airport in TokyoBy Linda Sieg and Matt Spetalnick TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama wrapped up a state visit to Japan on Friday during which he assured America's ally that Washington would come to its defense, but failed to clinch a trade deal key his "pivot" to Asia and to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's reforms. Obama and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had been seeking to display the alliance was strong in the face of a rising China, but their success in putting recent strains behind them was partly marred by a failure to reach a trade deal seen as crucial to a broader regional pact. Obama and Abe had ordered their top aides to make a final push to reach a trade agreement after the leaders met on Thursday, but Economy Minister Akira Amari told reporters that gaps remained despite recent progress.


  • US, Japan say Pacific trade talks make headway

    President Barack Obama waves as he boards Air Force One at Haneda Airport in Tokyo, Friday, April 25, 2014, en route to Osan Air Base in Osan, South Korea. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)TOKYO (AP) — Closing two days of around the clock negotiations, U.S. officials said Friday that they reached a breakthrough with Japan to move forward a stalled regional trade pact even though gaps remain that could still upend a final agreement.


  • France's Icher leads suspended Swinging Skirts golf

    Lydia Ko during the first round of the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic in San Francisco on April 24, 2014Karine Icher fired a bogey-free six-under 66 to seize the early first-round lead at the inaugural LPGA Tour's Swinging Skirts Classic which was suspended because of darkness. The 35-year-old from France rolled in six birdies to take a two-shot lead over a group of five golfers at the Lake Merced Golf Club. The $1.8 million event debuts at 6,507-yard, par-72 Lake Merced course with 18 of the world's 20 top players in the field of 144 seeking a $255,000 top prize. New Zealand's Lydia Ko, Dewi Claire Schreefel, Lee Il-Hee, Jenny Shin and Maria McBride shot matching four-under 68s to share second place.


  • US, Japan say TPP trade talks make headway

    President Barack Obama waves as he boards Air Force One at Haneda Airport in Tokyo, Friday, April 25, 2014, en route to Osan Air Base in Osan, South Korea. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)TOKYO (AP) — Closing two days of around the clock negotiations, U.S. officials said Friday that they reached a breakthrough with Japan to move forward a stalled regional trade pact even though gaps remain that could still upend a final agreement.


  • Possible GOP presidential candidates to court NRA INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Several potential Republican contenders for president will court gun-rights supporters at the NRA's annual convention Friday.
  • Seabed search for missing Malaysian jet to widen

    A relative of Chinese passengers onboard the Malaysia Airlines MH370 wrapped in a blanket against the cold, waits for Malaysia embassy staff to meet their demands outside the Malaysia embassy in Beijing, China, Friday, April 25, 2014. Angry relatives who had been waiting for more than 8 hours in vain for a Malaysia embassy representative to attend their daily meeting marched to the Malaysia embassy and protested through the night. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The seabed search for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet is set to widen as a sonar scan of the most likely crash site deep beneath the Indian Ocean nears completion without yielding a single clue, authorities said Friday.


  • Wild even series at 2 with 2-1 win vs. Avalanche

    A shot by Minnesota Wild defenseman Jared Spurgeon gets past Colorado Avalanche goalie Semyon Varlamov (1), of Russia, for a goal during the first period of Game 4 of an NHL hockey first-round playoff series in St. Paul, Minn., Thursday, April 24, 2014. (AP Photo/Ann Heisenfelt)ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Charlie Coyle scored his third goal of the series for Minnesota, and the Wild dominated the Colorado Avalanche for the second straight game on their way to a 2-1 win Thursday night that evened the first-round matchup at two apiece.


  • Study: US manufacturers gaining competitiveness

    FILE - In this file photo taken March 2, 2011, a forklift arranges the shipping containers near a port in Shanghai. U.S. manufacturers have grown more competitive over the past decade compared with factories in China, Brazil and most of the world's other major economies. So says a new private study issuing a report Friday April 25, 2014, which found that rising wages and higher energy costs have diminished China's long-standing edge over the United States. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. manufacturers have grown more competitive over the past decade compared with factories in China, Brazil and most of the world's other major economies.


  • Empty spaces mark Korean school tribute for missing ferry victims

    Family member of a victim onboard the capsized Sewol ferry, prays for the missing and dead passengers, at a port where many family members wait for news from the search and rescue team, in JindoBy Ju-min Park and James Pearson ANSAN, South Korea/SEOUL (Reuters) - A floral tribute to the children who drowned in a sinking South Korean ferry displays photographs of the victims in their school uniforms, while lines of empty spaces wait to be filled with photos once those still missing are confirmed dead. The pictures, flowers and spaces are banked up the entire wall of a gymnasium near Danwon High School in Ansan, on the outskirts of Seoul. And I hope the missing kids will also come back to their parents as soon as possible." One wailing old woman shouted out for her granddaughter, Lee Bomi. What am I supposed to do?" The Sewol ferry, weighing almost 7,000 tons, sank on a routine trip from the port of Incheon, near Seoul, to the southern holiday island of Jeju.


  • Grizzlies blow big lead, beat Thunder 98-95 in OT

    Memphis Grizzlies center Marc Gasol celebrates after scoring against the Oklahoma City Thunder in overtime of Game 3 of an opening-round NBA basketball playoff series Thursday, April 24, 2014, in Memphis, Tenn. The Grizzlies won 98-95. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The Grizzlies know they have to stop blowing fourth-quarter leads. Consecutive overtime wins makes the needed corrections much easier for Memphis.


  • Korea investigators say life rafts not working properly on sunk ferry's sister ship South Korean investigators said on Friday that life rafts and escape chutes on a sister ship to a sunken ferry were not working properly. The Sewol ferry, weighing almost 7,000 tons, sank on a routine trip from the port of Incheon, near Seoul, to the southern holiday island of Jeju. More than 300 people, most of them students and teachers from the Danwon High School near Seoul, are dead or missing presumed dead after the April 16 disaster.
  • Nevada rancher defends remarks, loses supporters

    Rancher Cliven Bundy speaks at a news conference near Bunkerville, Nev., Thursday, April 24, 2014. Bundy, a Nevada rancher who became a conservative folk hero for standing up to the government in a fight over grazing rights, lost some of his staunch defenders Thursday after wondering aloud whether blacks might have had it better under slavery. (AP Photo/Las Vegas Review-Journal, John Locher)LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Nevada rancher who became a conservative folk hero for standing up to the government in a fight over grazing rights lost some of his staunch defenders Thursday after wondering aloud whether blacks might have had it better under slavery.


  • APNewsBreak: Ecuador expels US military group

    FILE - In this Dec. 14, 2006, file photo, a US military plane lands at the US base airport in Manta, Ecuador. Shortly after first taking officein 2007, Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa purged Ecuador's military of officers deemed to have close relations with U.S. counterparts. He also ended an agreement with Washington that allowed U.S. drug interdiction flights to be based at the Ecuadorean airfield in Manta. Ecuador has ordered, on April 2014, that all 20 Defense Department employees in the U.S. Embassy’s military group to leave the country by month’s end, The Associated Press has learned. (AP Photo/Dolores Ochoa, File)QUITO, Ecuador (AP) — Ecuador has ordered all 20 Defense Department employees in the U.S. Embassy's military group to leave the country by month's end, The Associated Press has learned.


  • US unwilling to give up Mideast peace process yet

    Secretary of State John Kerry addresses a gathering of the Export-Import Bank at the Omni-Shoreham Hotel in Washington, Thursday, April 24, 2014. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)WASHINGTON (AP) — The suspension of peace talks between Israel and Palestinians delivered the harshest blow yet to Secretary of State John Kerry's ambitious, if perhaps quixotic, hope of ending the decades-long impasse at the cost of focusing on other crises around the world. But Kerry refused to accept defeat, saying "we will never give up our hope or our commitment for the possibilities" of Mideast peace.


  • 11 kids, driver hurt in Calif. school bus crash

    Firefighters extricate the driver from the front of a school bus that crashed, Thursday, April 24, 2014, in Anaheim, Calif. Three of the injured, the driver and two of the children, were taken to hospitals in critical condition after the crash, Anaheim police Lt. Bob Dunn said. The other nine students had minor injuries, and most of them were released to their parents. Police say no other vehicles were involved in the crash and there is no immediate word on the cause. (AP Photo/Kevin Warn)ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Eleven middle school students and their driver were injured when a school bus jumped a curb Thursday and rammed into trees in Southern California, authorities said.


  • New report calls U.S. a 'rising star' of global manufacturing

    The base of several wind turbine blades are seen outside TPI Composites in NewtonCall it the comeback kid. A new ranking of the competitiveness of the world's top 25 exporting countries says the United States is once again a "rising star" of global manufacturing thanks to falling domestic natural gas prices, rising worker productivity and a lack of upward wage pressure. The report, released on Friday by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG,) found that while China remains the world's No. 1 country in terms of manufacturing competitiveness, its position is "under pressure" as a result of rising labor and transportation costs and lagging productivity growth. The United States, meanwhile, which has lost nearly 7.5 million industrial jobs since employment in the sector peaked in 1979 as manufacturers shipped production to low-cost countries, is now No. 2 in terms of overall competitiveness, BCG said.


  • Jamaican police increasingly facing murder charges

    In this photo taken April 17, 2014, in the central Jamaican city of May Pen, Sevina Giderisingh holds a picture of her dead son, Alphanso. The 20-year-old was shot dead by a policeman in a confrontation on the dusty outskirts of this struggling city a few days after graduating from high school. Jamaica’s security forces have long been accused of indiscriminate shootings and unlawful killings. But 27 police officers, including eight in May Pen, now face charges of murder brought by an investigative commission probing abuse allegations against Jamaica’s security forces. (AP Photo/David McFadden)MAY PEN, Jamaica (AP) — It's been nearly a year since Sevina Giderisingh's 20-year-old son died in a confrontation with a police officer on the dusty outskirts of this struggling Jamaican city where jobs are scarce and crime is frequent.


  • Bruins beat Red Wings 3-2 in OT, up 3-1 in series

    Boston Bruins right wing Jarome Iginla, center, is mobbed by teammates as they celebrate their 3-2 overtime win in Game 4 of a first-round NHL hockey playoff series against the Detroit Red Wings in Detroit, Thursday, April 24, 2014. Iginla was credited with the winning goal. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)DETROIT (AP) — The Boston Bruins took a couple punches, then hit back hard and put the Detroit Red Wings on the brink of elimination.


  • Protesters occupy remote oilfield in Peru LIMA, Peru (AP) — Indigenous protesters have occupied Peru's biggest oilfield in the Amazon jungle near Ecuador to demand the cleanup of decades of contamination from spilled crude.
  • Today in History Today is Friday, April 25, the 115th day of 2014. There are 250 days left in the year.
  • Pinterest adds search tool for finding fun 'pins' San Francisco (United States) (AFP) - Pinterest launched a tool to help people quickly sift through the roughly 30 billion 'Pins' on the service's online bulletin boards to find what they like.
  • South Korea ferry disaster may cloud Obama visit

    U.S. President Barack Obama waves upon his arrival for two-day visit at Osan Air Base in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, South Korea, Friday, April 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — President Barack Obama stepped into the familiar role of chief consoler Friday as he arrived for meetings in South Korea, a key U.S. ally that is reeling from a deadly ferry disaster.


  • William and Kate surprise at Australian ANZAC service

    An Australian sevicemen and his horse take part in the annual ANZAC Day Parade in Sydney on April 25, 2014Prince William and wife Catherine were surprise guests at a dawn service in Canberra on Friday to remember Australian soldiers lost in war, on the last day of their three-week tour Down Under. The April 25, 1915 landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) at Gallipoli in modern-day Turkey has become a defining symbol of courage and comradeship for both countries. Each year thousands attend services to remember the campaign which ultimately took the lives of more than 10,000 Australian and New Zealand servicemen. "I said to them it means a great deal to our nation that you should honour us by attending the dawn service," Australian War Memorial director Brendan Nelson said.


  • Michael Phelps loses to Lochte in comeback meet

    Michael Phelps competes in the 100-meter butterfly final during the Arena Grand Prix swim meet, Thursday, April 24, 2014, in Mesa, Ariz. Ryan Lochte won, and Phelps finished in second place. He was competing for the first time since the 2012 London Olympics. (AP Photo/Matt York)MESA, Ariz. (AP) — Michael Phelps is 0 for 1 in his comeback to the pool.


  • Teague leads Atlanta Hawks past Indiana Pacers

    Jeff Teague of the Atlanta Hawks celebrates after a dunk against the Indiana Pacers in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at Philips Arena on April 24, 2014Jeff Teague tallied 22 points as the Atlanta Hawks beat top seeded Indiana Pacers 98-85 to grab a 2-1 lead in their opening round playoff series. Kyle Korver finished with 20 points, DeMarre Carroll netted 18 and Paul Millsap recorded a 14-point, 14-rebound double-double in the National Basketball League victory on Thursday. Teague, who also torched the Pacers for 28 points in game one of the best-of-seven series, had a playoff career high 10 assists on Thursday.


  • Obama due in Seoul as N. Korea nuclear test fears grow

    US President Barack Obama is blessed during a tour of the Meiji Shrine in Tokyo on April 24, 2014Barack Obama headed to Seoul Friday on the second leg of a tour of Asia, as new satellite images suggested North Korea was defiantly readying to stage a nuclear test. Pyongyang's apparent push could further complicate his visit to a country raw with emotion, where around 300 people are dead or missing after a ferry carrying hundreds of school children capsized last week. The US president is expected to offer personal condolences to his South Korean counterpart Park Geun-Hye over the tragedy, but the nation's unpredictable neighbour is set to dominate the agenda. Satellite photos taken just two days ago showed additional activity at the Punggye-ri test site that is "probably related to preparations for a detonation," the US-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins University said.


  • Retired justice says marijuana should be legalized

    FILE - In this Wednesday, May 30, 2012, file photo, former U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens speaks at a lecture presented by the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Ark. Stevens says he thinks the federal government should legalize marijuana. The 94-year-old retired justice tells NPR that public opinion has changed on the issue. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens says he thinks the federal government should legalize marijuana.


  • Mandalay Bay expo center getting $66M expansion

    This image provided by MGM Resorts International shows a 2012 exterior view of Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas. The Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas announced Thursday April 24, 2014, a $66 million expansion project that will boost its convention center from the seventh-largest to the fifth-largest in the United States. (AP Photo/ MGM Resorts International)LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas announced a $66 million expansion project that will boost its convention center from the seventh-largest to the fifth-largest in the United States.


  • Grimes criticizes McConnell over jobs comment FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A local newspaper story that quoted Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell as saying it is "not my job" to bring employment to a struggling Kentucky county has unleashed yet another round of feuding in one of the country's most competitive Senate races.
  • Teague, Korver lead Hawks past Pacers 98-85

    Atlanta Hawks guard Jeff Teague (0) trips as he breaks for the goal against Indiana Pacers guard George Hill (3) in the second half of Game 3 of an NBA basketball first-round playoff series on Thursday, April 24, 2014, in Atlanta. The Hawks won 98-85. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)ATLANTA (AP) — As the final seconds ticked off the clock, the Atlanta Hawks celebrated and their fans serenaded the Indiana Pacers with chants of "Overrated!"


  • Rio violence does not threaten World Cup: FIFA

    Friends of Douglas Rafael da Silva Pereira, 27, who was killed two days ago by the police, demonstrate in Rio de Janeiro before his funeral on April 24, 2014Rio de Janeiro (AFP) - Deadly violence in Rio which saw tourist areas turned into battle grounds does not affect Brazil's hosting of the World Cup, FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke said on Thursday.


  • Buffalo Bills cheerleaders suspend operations

    In this Nov. 17, 2013, photo, Buffalo Bills cheerleaders perform during the Bills' NFL football game against the New York Jets in Orchard Park, N.Y. The Bills will be playing without the support of their official cheerleaders this year. Stephanie Mateczun, whose company manages the Buffalo Jills cheerleading squad, said Thursday, April 24, 2014, she has suspended operations through at least the end of the season. The decision was made two days after five former Jills filed a lawsuit complaining they worked hundreds of hours for free, and were subjected to groping and sexual comments. (AP Photo/Heather Ainsworth)BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Pack up the pom-poms in Buffalo, because the Bills will be playing without the support of their official cheerleaders this year.


  • Japan PM Abe says achieved 'historic' success with Obama Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he and U.S. President Barack Obama achieved a "historic" success in an agreement on security issues and made progress in bilateral trade talks. "It was a historic statement for Japan and the United States," Abe told reporters shortly after Obama finished the first state visit to Japan by a U.S. president in 18 years. The two countries issued a joint statement saying they oppose attempts to assert territorial or maritime claims by coercion, specifying that their bilateral security treaty covers Japanese islands claimed by China, and welcoming Japan's consideration of allowing its military to come to the defense of friendly countries under attack. They failed to reach a bilateral trade deal that is key to both leaders' agendas.
  • US warns Russia against 'expensive mistake' in Ukraine

    A member of the Ukrainian special forces takes position at an abandoned roadblock in the eastern Ukrainian city of Slavyansk on April 24, 2014Slavyansk (Ukraine) (AFP) - The United States warned Russia against making an "expensive mistake" in Ukraine, as Moscow ordered new military exercises on its shared border after Kiev forces attacked pro-Kremlin rebels. US Secretary of State John Kerry warned that Russia's refusal to take any steps to end the crisis in Ukraine would prove costly, saying the window for Moscow to change course was closing.


  • Everest climbing season in disarray after deaths

    Nimdige Sherpa holds a portrait of her son Ang Kaji Sherpa, killed in an avalanche on Mount Everest, with her husband Ankchu Sherpa seated beside her in their rented apartment in Katmandu, Nepal, Wednesday, April 23, 2014. Dozens of Sherpa guides packed up their tents and left Mount Everest's base camp Wednesday, after the avalanche deaths of 16 of their colleagues exposed an undercurrent of resentment by Sherpas over their pay, treatment and benefits. (AP Photo/Niranjan Shrestha)KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Nepal's attempts to salvage the Mount Everest climbing season took another hit Friday as more Sherpa mountain guides packed and left the base camp for their village homes a week after the deadliest disaster on the world's highest mountain.


  • HSBC tower could be sold for over 1.1 billion pounds - FT

    A general view shows the HSBC building in the financial district of Canary Wharf in London(Reuters) - London's largest and most expensive office building, HSBC Holding Plc's global headquarters, is up for sale and could fetch over 1.1 billion pounds (1.85 billion) a record price for the British market, the Financial Times reported. The Canary Wharf-based 44-storey, 1.1 million square foot building is being marketed by estate agents JLL and GM Real Estate, according to sources familiar with the matter, the FT said. At the height of the British property boom in 2007, the HSBC tower became the most expensive building in London when it sold for 1.09 billion pounds. The FT said HSBC had a 13-year lease on the building and is committed to annual upward-only inflation-linked rent reviews, citing sources familiar with the tenancy arrangements.


  • Martin opens Zurich Classic with a sizzling 62

    Ben Martin tees off on the 15th during the first round of the Zurich Classic at TPC Louisiana on April 24, 2014New Orleans (AFP) - Ben Martin fired a course-record 10-under 62 to seize a two-shot lead in the opening round of the PGA Tour's Zurich Classic.


  • Swim star Phelps beaten in first final of comeback

    Michael Phelps competes in the 100m butterfly final at the Arena Grand Prix in Mesa, Arizona on April 24, 2014Mesa (United States) (AFP) - Swimming superstar Michael Phelps finished second to old foe Ryan Lochte in the 100m butterfly in his first final since returning to the sport after 20 months out. Lochte led at the 50m mark and held on to win in 51.93sec -- second-fastest in the world this year -- while fellow American Phelps was second in 52.13, matching the fourth-fastest time of 2014. Phelps had made it look easy in posting the fastest time of the heats at the Mesa Grand Prix in Arizona, although he said his first race in nearly two years felt "strange." The 28-year-old, whose career has spanned four Olympics and included an astonishing 18 Olympic gold medals, looked dialed-in as he took to the blocks for the final, without the smile for the sell-out crowd of 1,200 at Skyline Aquatic Center that he had in the morning.


  • Exclusive: Apple, Google to pay $324 million to settle conspiracy lawsuit

    A Google logo is seen at the garage where the company was founded on Google's 15th anniversary in Menlo Park, CaliforniaBy Dan Levine SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Four major tech companies including Apple and Google have agreed to pay a total of $324 million to settle a lawsuit accusing them of conspiring to hold down salaries in Silicon Valley, sources familiar with the deal said, just weeks before a high profile trial had been scheduled to begin. Tech workers filed a class action lawsuit against Apple Inc, Google Inc, Intel Inc and Adobe Systems Inc in 2011, alleging they conspired to refrain from soliciting one another's employees in order to avert a salary war. The case has been closely watched due to the potentially high damages award and the opportunity to peek into the world of Silicon Valley's elite. The case was based largely on emails in which Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt and some of their Silicon Valley rivals hatched plans to avoid poaching each other's prized engineers.


  • Rio police fire tear gas after dancer's funeral

    Relatives and friends of Douglas Rafael da Silva Pereira, a dancer friends and family say was the victim of police brutality, cry during his funeral at Botafogo cemetery in Rio de Janeiro, on April 24, 2014Brazilian police fired tear gas to disperse dozens of angry mourners who attended the Rio funeral of a dancer friends and family say was the victim of police brutality. Violence flared on Tuesday in the city's tourist Copacabana Beach area following the man's death, heightening fears about security in a city that will host seven World Cup games including the July 13 final. Large crowds had earlier marched ahead of the open coffin of Douglas Rafael da Silva Pereira as his body inched its way towards the Sao Joao Batista cemetery where 400 people were gathered shouting "Justice! Justice! Police murderers!" Local media says the 25-year-old died after he was mistaken for a drug trafficker by police, sparking unrest in a favela, or slum, just a stone's throw from Copacabana Beach and close to another well-heeled tourist area, Ipanema.


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