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Judge delays extradition to Japan of alleged Carlos Ghosn accomplices
A federal judge in Boston granted a reprieve to a father and son wanted in Japan in connection with the "brazen" escape of former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn.

If 2020 is like 2000, Trump believes he's got the votes
President Donald Trump thinks he can count on one hand the votes that will determine the outcome of the presidential election ...

State leaders facing 2nd wave resist steps to curb virus
Officials in many U.S. states being hit hard by the coronavirus are resisting taking stronger action to stop the spread, even as a fall resurgence strains hospitals ...

Zeta's toll on a Louisiana island: 'Like a bomb was dropped'
Toppled utility poles and debris from damaged buildings litter much of Grand Isle, Louisiana, a vulnerable barrier island community where residents were among the first to witness the ferocity of Hurr ...

Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings owner buying Dunkin' Brands
Dunkin’ doughnuts and coffee is being combined with Buffalo Wild Wings and Arby's sandwiches. Inspire Brands Inc. said Friday that it is acquiring Dunkin' Brands Group Inc. for $11.3 billion, ...

Herb Adderley, star cornerback with 6 NFL titles, dies at 81
Herb Adderley, the Hall of Fame cornerback who joined the NFL as a running back and became part of a record six championship teams with the Packers and Cowboys, has died. He was 81. His death was ...

Polish PM calls for stop to mass protests as pandemic rages
Poland’s prime minister has appealed for a stop to a week of angry protests against a high court ruling that tightens already strict abortion laws, amid a huge spike in the country’s coronavirus infec ...

Train derails in southeast Texas, forcing evacuations
Authorities in southeast Texas say a freight train has derailed and are urging nearby residents to evacuate their homes as hazmat crews assess the damage ...

Russian election threat potent, but interference so far slim
Russian state interference has been minimal so far in the most tempestuous U.S. presidential election in decades ...

Losses mount for oil companies as pandemic grips economy
Exxon Mobil reported its third consecutive quarter of losses as the global pandemic curtails travel and cripples global economic activity ...

New Orleans Police: 2 officers 'ambushed' in French Quarter
Two New Orleans police officers were shot Friday in the city’s French Quarter in what the police chief described as an “ambush.” ...

UN defeats Russia resolution promoting women at peace tables
The U.N. Security Council  has defeated a Russian resolution to commemorate the 20th anniversary of a U.N. measure demanding equal participation for women in activities promoting global peace ...