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Updated at 7:14 AM

WASHINGTON (AP) " A rate increase is finally coming.

Updated at 7:11 AM

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) " Lamar Odom's bizarre downfall from a former Los Angeles Lakers star to a lost soul in a Nevada brothel had the world searching Google for answers more than any other topic this year.

Updated at 7:04 AM

BAGHDAD (AP) " Defense Secretary Ash Carter traveled to Iraq Wednesday on an unannounced war zone visit with to find new ways to hasten the destruction of the Islamic State group.

Updated at 7:02 AM

NEW DELHI (AP) " India's top court has ordered a temporary ban on the sale of large diesel vehicles in and around New Delhi and slapped a stiff levy on trucks entering the capital as it struggles with record pollution.

Updated at 6:42 AM

LOS ANGELES (AP) " When it comes to assessing threats, New York City and Los Angeles schools likely have more experience than most other districts in the country.

Updated at 6:27 AM

WASHINGTON (AP) " The latest on the Federal Reserve's landmark two-day policy meeting which began Tuesday. The central bank is expected to raise interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade. All times local.

Updated at 6:16 AM

JERUSALEM (AP) " Israeli police say two Palestinians attacked Israeli security forces and were killed during a night raid in the West Bank.

Updated at 5:56 AM

BEIJING (AP) " Chinese President Xi Jinping called Wednesday for governments to cooperate in regulating Internet use, stepping up efforts to promote controls that activists complain stifle free expression.

Updated at 5:45 AM

PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) " North Korea's Supreme Court sentenced a Canadian pastor to life in prison with hard labor on Wednesday for what it called crimes against the state.

Updated at 5:07 AM

CENTRALIA, Ill. (AP) " Like most of the severely disabled residents at the Warren G. Murray Developmental Center in southern Illinois, Todd Clementz stuck to a routine: Deaf, blind and requiring constant supervision, he passed his days with meals,...

Updated at 4:26 AM

WASHINGTON (AP) " The number of people executed in the United States this year dropped to the lowest level since 1991, as states impose fewer death sentences and defendants in capital cases get access to better legal help.

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