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Laurel or Yanny? Linguist Says Yes, it's Possible to Hear Both in Viral Meme
Laurel or Yanny? Linguist Says Yes, it's Possible to Hear Both in Viral Meme

This four-second clip doesn't need to divide the internet.

Israel-Turkey spat escalates over Gaza violence
Israel-Turkey spat escalates over Gaza violence

JERUSALEM (AP) - Israel and Turkey exchanged diplomatic barbs Wednesday as the spat between the former allies escalated following deadly violence along Israel's border with Gaza.

The Crew 2 To Feature Harley-Davidson Street Glide
The Crew 2 To Feature Harley-Davidson Street Glide

The Crew 2 To Feature Harley-Davidson Street Glide Ubisoft's popular open-world motorsports franchise returns with an even deeper lineup of officially licensed Harley-Davidson models Back when Ubisoft first released The Crew in December of 2014, it was met

'Madhouse': Tourists soak up royal wedding fever

Under the shadow of Windsor Castle, Bianca Louzado picked out a purple scarf adorned with pictures of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and two royal wedding baseball caps. "My parents came for Charles and Diana's wedding in 1981, I was only two, and we followed them ever since," said her husband Alan. Across the road, Carole Ferguson, a 63-year-old executive assistant from California, soaks up the sun outside a cafe as she plans how to get the best view when the newlyweds tour Windsor in their carriage after the wedding.

Analysis: Ahead of summit, North Korea lobs barbs at Bolton
Analysis: Ahead of summit, North Korea lobs barbs at Bolton

TOKYO (AP) - North Korea has a message for U.S. President Donald Trump ahead of next month's summit: Don't listen to your new hard-line national security adviser, John Bolton.

12-Year-Old Boy Dies After Playing
12-Year-Old Boy Dies After Playing 'Fainting Game'

A Utah mom says her 12-year-old son was playing with friends Friday afternoon when she found him unconscious.

Israel-Iran flare-up raises spectre of major confrontation
Israel-Iran flare-up raises spectre of major confrontation

Deadly strikes by Israel against alleged Iranian sites in Syria have raised fears of a dramatic escalation in regional conflict, but the situation remains shrouded by contradictory accounts and uncertainty. Israel says its raids early Thursday were in immediate response to Iranian missiles raining down on the occupied Golan Heights. Israel has repeatedly warned it considers an entrenched Iranian military presence in war-ravaged Syria to be a dangerous red line.

Watch 1998 Rudy Giuliani Completely Torpedo 2018 Rudy Giuliani's Trump Arguments
Watch 1998 Rudy Giuliani Completely Torpedo 2018 Rudy Giuliani's Trump Arguments

Rudy Giuliani, former mayor of New York City and part of President Donald

GOP Rival Says Tammy Baldwin Is On
GOP Rival Says Tammy Baldwin Is On 'Team Terrorists' For Her Silence On Trump CIA Pick

WASHINGTON ― Hours after President Donald Trump's CIA director nominee Gina

6.9 earthquake strikes Hawaii near erupting volcano
6.9 earthquake strikes Hawaii near erupting volcano

A 6.9 earthquake has rocked Hawaii near an erupting volcano on Friday, just an hour after a 5.4-magnitude earthquake also hit nearby.

Grandfather Sticks Out His Leg to Trip Armed Robber, Ending Police Pursuit
Grandfather Sticks Out His Leg to Trip Armed Robber, Ending Police Pursuit

The incident was caught on police bodycam footage.

Lava from volcano flows into Hawaiian neighborhood
Lava from volcano flows into Hawaiian neighborhood

Hawaii's Kilauea volcano is releasing red lava into a residential subdivision, prompting the county to order mandatory evacuations. Hawaii County spokeswoman Janet Snyder said Thursday red lava emerged on Mohala Street in the Leilani Estates subdivision. The county is calling for all residents in the subdivision to evacuate.

Search for missing MH370 solves 19th-century British shipping mystery
Search for missing MH370 solves 19th-century British shipping mystery

Two Victorian shipping mysteries may have been solved thanks to the £50 million search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.  While sonar devices have failed to pinpoint the wreckage of the Boeing 777 which disappeared with 239 people on board in March 2014, they have located a pair of shipwrecks on the Indian Ocean seabed. One is believed to be West Ridge, a 220-foot iron barque, built in Scotland, which was lost while carrying British coal to India in 1883, claiming the lives of 28 crew. It was found on December 19 2015, 12,000 feet below the surface, 1.500 miles off the west coast of Australia. The wreck was found lying upright and evidence uncovered by Australian...

The Latest: Syrian TV says missiles targeted military posts

BEIRUT (AP) - The latest on the conflict in Syria (all times local):

Correction: Obit-Larry Harvey story
Correction: Obit-Larry Harvey story

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - In a story April 28 about the death of Larry Harvey, the founder of the celebration known as "Burning Man," The Associated Press reported erroneously that he arrived in San Francisco in 1965 at age 17. His brother, Stewart Harvey, says Larry Harvey went to San Francisco during the summers of 1967 and 1968, but did not move there until 1974. The story also erroneously reported the year of the Summer of Love; it was 1967, not 1965.

Trump gives thumbs-down to comic who roasted his spokeswoman
Trump gives thumbs-down to comic who roasted his spokeswoman

WASHINGTON (AP) - The reviews are in: President Donald Trump gave a thumbs-down Sunday to the comedian who roasted his chief spokeswoman at the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner, offending present and past members of his administration, including one who walked out in protest.

N. Korea to rejoin South
N. Korea to rejoin South's time zone in conciliatory gesture

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said he would move the country's clocks 30 minutes forward to unify with the South's time zone as a conciliatory gesture after Friday's inter-Korean summit, Seoul said Sunday. The two countries on the divided peninsula have had different time zones since 2015 when the North suddenly changed its standard time to 30 minutes behind the South. Pyongyang cited a nationalistic rationale, saying it would return the North to the time zone used before Japan's 1910-45 colonial rule of the peninsula to mark the 70th anniversary of its liberation from Tokyo.

Kim Jong-un: North Korea to allow foreign experts to witness nuclear site closure in May
Kim Jong-un: North Korea to allow foreign experts to witness nuclear site closure in May

North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has said that he will dismantle his country's main nuclear testing site in May, and that South Korean and US experts and journalists will be allowed to view the process. The dictator's pledge was made to Moon Jae-in, South Korea's prime minister,  during their historic talks on Friday, according to Mr Moon's spokesman, Yoon Young-chan. As well as promising to close the Punggye-ri bomb testing site Kim said he would change North Korea's time zone by half an hour, reverting it to match South Korea's. Kim and Mr Moon, meeting in a 'truce village' between their countries' borders on Friday, pledged to work towards the "complete denuclearisation" of the Korean...

Waffle House shooting hero James Shaw Jr. raises $180k for victims
Waffle House shooting hero James Shaw Jr. raises $180k for victims' families

James Shaw Jr. was hailed as a hero, but he's making sure that the focus stays on the victims and their families.

Ford, Telstra hit with record fines after consumer watchdog takes action
Ford, Telstra hit with record fines after consumer watchdog takes action

Ford and Telstra were each ordered by an Australian court to pay Aus$10 million (US$7.6 million) in penalties Thursday following separate legal proceedings launched by the country's consumer watchdog. Car giant Ford was slugged with the record fine for its "unconscionable" handling of gearbox complaints. In a separate case Thursday leading Australian telecom company Telstra was penalised after more than 100,000 customers unknowingly bought extra content, such as ring tones or games.

North Korea nuclear test site part-collapsed: Chinese experts
North Korea nuclear test site part-collapsed: Chinese experts

North Korea's underground nuclear test site has partially collapsed following a massive bomb blast last year, making it unusable, Chinese seismologists have concluded. The North's leader Kim Jong Un declared last week that his regime would halt nuclear and long-range missile tests and shut down its nuclear site at Punggye-ri under Mount Mantap in the country's northeast. The offer came days before his summit this Friday with the South's President Moon Jae-in, which is scheduled to be followed by a summit with US President Donald Trump.

Syria regime strikes kill 6 civilians in south Damascus: monitor
Syria regime strikes kill 6 civilians in south Damascus: monitor

Syrian regime air strikes have killed six civilians in southern Damascus where government forces are fighting the Islamic State group, a war monitor said Wednesday. The six, including two men and their wives, were killed in the strikes on the Palestinian camp of Yarmuk late Tuesday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group said. Regime strikes and rocket fire Wednesday morning targeted the neighbouring districts of Hajar al-Aswad and Qadam, the Britain-based monitor said.

Two Dallas Police Officers, One Civilian Shot; Suspect in Custody
Two Dallas Police Officers, One Civilian Shot; Suspect in Custody

Two police officers are in critical condition and a suspect is in custody after a shooting at a Home Depot in Dallas.

Meek Mill Opens 76ers' NBA Playoff Game Immediately After Prison Release
Meek Mill Opens 76ers' NBA Playoff Game Immediately After Prison Release

Rapper Meek Mill celebrated his highly anticipated release from prison Tuesday

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