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FILE - In this March 29, 2014, file photo, Arizona head coach Sean Miller yells during the first half in a regional final NCAA college basketball tournament game against Wisconsin, in Anaheim, Calif. Arizona lost two key contributors from that team: Guard and leader Nick Johnson, and athletic freshman forward Aaron Gordon. And yet, the Wildcats are considered on the short list of favorites to win this season's national title. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)
Kentucky earns No. 1 nod in AP preseason pollDeep and talented Kentucky is No. 1 in AP preseason poll for second straight season
The Associated Press19 minutes ago
In this photo taken Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014, North Korea’s ceremonial leader  Kim Yong Nam, center-right, the head of North Korea’s parliament, arrives for a visit to Uganda's parliament in Kampala, Uganda. Kim Yong Nam is visiting Uganda as part of a rare tour of Africa, where North Korea has actively tried to find allies like the long-serving Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, who gave a state dinner late Thursday in honor of Kim Yong Nam and commended the Pyongyang government as a symbol of the fight against what he called Western Imperialism. (AP Photo)
Uganda-North Korea ties grow amid democracy doubtsUganda's president praises North Korea for opposing imperialism amid doubts on democracy
The Associated Press29 minutes ago
FILE - This July 27, 2011 file photo shows an Exxon sign at an Exxon gas station in Carnegie, Pa. Exxon Mobil reports quarterly financial results on Friday, Oct. 31, 2014.  (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)
Exxon defies low oil price with refining strengthExxon posts surprise 3Q profit jump on refining, chemicals as oil price, production falls
The Associated Press31 minutes ago
New search planned for grave of Spanish poet LorcaExperts to probe land close to where executed Spanish poet Lorca is believed to be buried
The Associated Press34 minutes ago
In this Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014 photo, Ibtisam Haidar, mother of Mahmoud, a 23-year-old Syrian who was killed while fighting in the military, stands outside her home beside a poster of her son, left, in the city of Tartous, the capital of a coastal province in Syria. "He was sacrificed for the homeland," she said. “He is in my heart. I talk to him and it makes me feel better,” she said. (AP Photo/Diaa Hadid)
Syria's Alawites pay heavy price as they bury sonsSyria's Alawites pay heavy price for war as they bury their sons, Assad's soldiers
The Associated Press36 minutes ago

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