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News of the day from around the world, Sept. 18

1 Military might: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday attended the weeklong war games with Belarus that have demonstrated the Russian military’s resurgent might and made neighboring countries nervous. Putin [Read entire story]

News of the day from across the nation, Sept. 18

1 Severe storm: A tropical storm warning has been issued for a stretch of New England as Hurricane Jose approaches the Northeast coast. The National Hurricane Center said Monday that the warning was in effect for an area [Read entire story]

Business News Roundup, Sept. 19

Courts Internet tax gets review The South Dakota Supreme Court has brought the question of whether online [Read entire story]

News of the Day From Across the Nation

1 Campus police shooting: Georgia Tech police shot and killed the president of the Pride Alliance student group Saturday night in full view of dorm residents. Police encountered Scout Schultz, 21, in a parking lot after [Read entire story]

News of the Day From Around the World

1 Syria fighting: The Russian military on Sunday denied claims that it struck a U.S.-backed force in eastern Syria, wounding six fighters. The Kurdish-led and U.S.-supported Syrian Democratic Forces said Saturday that [Read entire story]

Nonplaying Kaepernick is NFLPA’s MVP for Week 1

Colin Kaepernick is not in the NFL, but that didn’t stop the NFL Players’ Association from naming him its Week 1 MVP. The award, which is open to dues-playing current players and free agents seeking [Read entire story]

Nonplaying Kaepernick is NFLPA’s MVP for Week 1

Colin Kaepernick is not in the NFL, but that didn’t stop the NFL Players’ Association from naming him its Week 1 MVP. The award, which is open to dues-playing current players and free agents seeking [Read entire story]

News of the day from across the globe, Sept. 16

1 Castro’s denial: Cuban President Raul Castro stepped in personally this year to deny his government was responsible after the United States demanded answers about American diplomats harmed in [Read entire story]

News of the day from across the nation, Sept. 15

1 Cosby case: A Pennsylvania judge on Friday set a new date for Bill Cosby’s retrial on charges he drugged and molested a woman more than a decade ago. Judge Steven O’Neill ordered the retrial to begin April 2. The [Read entire story]

Business News Roundup, Sept. 15

Semiconductors President blocks deal President Trump blocked a China-backed investor Wednesday from buying an [Read entire story]

Business News Roundup, Sept. 15

Semiconductors President blocks deal President Trump blocked a China-backed investor Wednesday from buying an [Read entire story]

Business News Roundup, Sept. 14

Chemicals DowDuPont shifts focus Chemicals giant DowDuPont will shift the focus of its reorganization plan after [Read entire story]

Rangers release Tyson Ross in series of moves

Former Cal and A’s right-hander Tyson Ross, who signed a one-year, $6 million deal with Texas in January, was released Tuesday. Ross, 30, missed the first 2½ months of the season recovering from [Read entire story]

Business News Roundup, Sept. 13

Venture capital Hoffman backs startup hub The venture capital firm led by LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman has [Read entire story]

News of the day from across the globe, Sept. 12

1 Kurdish independence vote: The leader of Iraq’s Kurdish region defended an independence referendum planned for later this month during a visit Tuesday to the oil-rich Kirkuk province, the epicenter of a long-running [Read entire story]

Business News Roundup, Sept. 12

Markets Stocks set another record U.S. stocks rallied to record highs Monday as Hurricane Irma weakened without [Read entire story]

News of the Day From Around the World

1 Italy flooding: Torrential rain caused flooding that killed at least six people Sunday in the Tuscan port of Livorno, including a family of four who were trapped by rising water. Two persons were reported missing. [Read entire story]

News of the Day From Across the Nation

1 McCain health: In an interview broadcast Sunday, Sen. John McCain said battling brain cancer is a challenge but that his prognosis is “pretty good.” McCain said he has faced other challenges and he’s “very [Read entire story]

News of the Day From Across the Nation

1 Mother dies: A Michigan woman who sacrificed the chance to prolong her life to give birth to her sixth child died Saturday. Nick DeKlyen said his wife, Carrie DeKlyen, died surrounded by family. Doctors removed Carrie [Read entire story]

News of the day from across the globe, Sept. 9

1 Israeli military exercises: The Israeli military is in the midst of its largest military exercise in almost two decades, focusing on a potential war with Hezbollah. Held in the north of the country, [Read entire story]