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Kanye West qualifies as presidential candidate in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — Rapper Kanye West has qualified to appear on Utah’s ballot this November as an unaffiliated presidential candidate, an elections official said Monday.
In 'The 24th,' police brutality and unrest, 103 years ago

In 'The 24th,' police brutality and unrest, 103 years ago

NEW YORK — The sole photograph related to the Houston Riot of 1917 shows 64 Black soldiers sitting with arms folded and legs crossed behind a rope.

Man charged with kidnapping in case of missing Georgia mom

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A man has been charged with kidnapping in the case of a missing 21-year-old Atlanta woman whose diaper-clad toddler was found wandering in an apartment complex parking lot late last month.
Ex-Spanish king confirmed to be in UAE amid financial probes

Ex-Spanish king confirmed to be in UAE amid financial probes

MADRID — Former monarch Juan Carlos I of Spain has been in the United Arab Emirates since he left his country amid a growing financial scandal, the Spanish royal household said Monday, resolving a two-week mystery and reining in speculation over the

US approves oil, gas leasing plan for Alaska Wildlife refuge

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The Department of the Interior on Monday approved an oil and gas leasing program within Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the sprawling home to polar bears, caribou and other wildlife.
Rapper to pay for funeral of young girl shot in dollhouse

Rapper to pay for funeral of young girl shot in dollhouse

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Rapper and businessman Master P said he will pay for the funeral of a 3-year-old Kentucky girl who was fatally shot along with her father.

South Carolina man accused of trying to kidnap WWE star

TAMPA, Fla. — A South Carolina man who stalked a 26-year-old WWE star for years and spent eight months planning to kidnap her was arrested Sunday after breaking into her home near Tampa, sheriff's officials said. Phillip A.

Sons use e-books to help virus-stricken dad, other patients

LONDON — Geoff Woolf gave his sons a love for literature. When he got sick with COVID-19, they turned to books to help him — and others.
New Zealand delays election after virus outbreak in Auckland

New Zealand delays election after virus outbreak in Auckland

WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has delayed New Zealand's elections by four weeks due to the coronavirus outbreak in Auckland. The election had been scheduled for Sept. 19 but will now be held on Oct. 17.

Farmers pay Arizona city official with goat for outside job

PHOENIX — An Arizona city official making $107,000 a year resigned after an investigation found he used city workers for an outside job involving an attempt to secure irrigation water for farmers who paid him with a goat.