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missing two-year-old boy found dead in perthshire river


a two-year-old boy has been found dead in a river after being reported missing in perthshire.the boy's body was recovered from the river ericht at cally bridge near blairgowrie at about 12:35.he had been reported missing from a property in the nearby milton of drimmie area at 11:15.police, firefighters, a water rescue unit and air ambulance were involved in the search. no details on the child's identity have been released.






overcoming assault charge, republican gianforte wins montana congressional seat


sakariassen reported from missoula and barabak from san francisco. times staff writers kurtis lee in los angeles and lisa mascaro in washington contributed to this [email protected]@markzbarabaksakariassen reported from missoula and barabak from san francisco. times staff writers kurtis lee in los angeles and lisa mascaro in washington contributed to this report.alsoall is not peachy as georgia congressional race takes a detour through san franciscoin montana, miles from trump's russia crisis, there's no clamor to impeachhow a montana county became a stage for the national debate over refugeesupdates:11 p.m.: this story has been updated with quotes from quist’s concession speech.10:25 p.m.: this story has been updated with quotes from gianforte’s victory speech.9:50 p.m.: thi






shooting at coloradao walmart ; "multiple parties down"


a shooting with “multiple parties” down is being reported in thornton at a walmart. kmgh-tv reported one person had been killed and one was wounded.about 6:30 p.m. wednesday, thornton police reported the shooting at 9900 grant st., a walmart super center, part of the thornton town center. the shopping center includes multiple stores and restaurants.police warned people in the area to stay away from the shopping center.this story will be updated.






apple's 10th anniversary iphone to boast curved oled screen: report


apple's upcoming new iphones reportedly will include a special 10th anniversary edition phone equipped with a curved oled display screen and a $1,000 price tag, in addition to other traditional iphone models with liquid-crystal displays, according to the latest rumors about the handsets. details about the special anniversary iphone model were described in a feb. 28 story in the wall street journal, which was based on details provided by people who allegedly have direct knowledge of apple's production plans. apple has considered using the new curved, organic light-emitting diode (oled) screen in a iphone model since late last year, the story reported, and the company has since "ordered sufficient components to enable mass production," according to the journal's sources. by using oled screen






clarification: smallbiz-get started story | the seattle times


share storyby the associated pressthe associated pressin a story june 12, the associated press reported that researchers at american university’s kogod school of business surveyed women business owners about their use of the section 179 tax deduction. the survey was done jointly with the advocacy group women impacting public policy. the associated press






casualties reported after new york 'shooting'


number of casualties reported after an apparent shooting incident in new york's lower manhattanthis breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. please refresh the page for the fullest version.you can receive breaking news on a smartphone or tablet via the bbc news app. you can also follow @bbcbreaking on twitter to get the latest alerts.






copiague home damaged by fire, officials say


fire ripped through an unoccupied house on dante avenue in copiague early thursday, fire officials said.advertisement | advertise on newsdaythe fire was reported at 2:12 a.m. in the two-story house just off prince chico street, officials said.news 12 long island reported that the structure was vacant, and that one firefighter was hospitalized for evaluation after suffering a fall.






russian magnate sues ap over story on trump campaign ties


washington — a russian billionaire with ties to vladimir putin is suing the associated press for defamation over a story about his connections to a former trump campaign chairman.aluminum magnate oleg deripaska filed a federal defamation and libel lawsuit monday over the march 22 story about his business ties with paul manafort.deripaska says the article is inaccurate and hurt his career by falsely accusing him of criminal activity.the ap's general counsel, karen kaiser, says the news organization stands by its story and will defend itself.the ap reported that before signing up with donald trump, manafort secretly worked for deripaska with a plan to "greatly benefit the putin government."the story was based on interviews with people familiar with payments to manafort and business records o






hsbc shares slide after 62% profit fall


image copyrightgetty imagesshares in hsbc have fallen after the bank reported a steeper-than-expected fall in annual profits.it reported a $7.1bn (£5.7bn) pre-tax profit for 2016, down 62% on the $18.9bn reported a year earlier.hsbc attributed the fall to a string of one-off charges, including the sale of its operations in brazil.hsbc said its performance had been "broadly satisfactory" given "volatile financial conditions" but warned a rise in global protectionism was a concern.the bank also announced a smaller-than-expected share buyback. that also helped undermine shares, which were down by 5% in london."it's a bank that is still in transition after the crisis," said banking analyst chris wheeler from atlantic equities.however, he thinks this could be the last set of results that includ






hsbc shares slide after 62% profit fall


image copyrightgetty imagesshares in hsbc have fallen after the bank reported a steeper-than-expected fall in annual profits.it reported a $7.1bn (£5.7bn) pre-tax profit for 2016, down 62% on the $18.9bn reported a year earlier.hsbc attributed the fall to a string of one-off charges, including the sale of its operations in brazil.hsbc said its performance had been "broadly satisfactory" given "volatile financial conditions" but warned a rise in global protectionism was a concern.the bank also announced a smaller-than-expected share buyback. that also helped undermine shares, which were down by 5% in london."it's a bank that is still in transition after the crisis," said banking analyst chris wheeler from atlantic equities.however, he thinks this could be the last set of results that includ






albuquerque tv truck stolen while crew worked on crime story


albuquerque, n.m. — while a television news crew was gathering footage for a story about crime in the albuquerque downtown area, a thief drove off in the station's suv.the albuquerque journal (http://bit.ly/2rmiw1n ) reported the story friday about the kob-tv truck.kob news director michelle donaldson says the vehicle was recovered within a half hour without police assistance by following the gps tracking device that was on board.she says the thief had fled the scene and the suv was locked with the keys missing.the crew was in the area reporting on recent concerns about crime and safety.donaldson says it's ironic that kob became victims of a crime in exactly the area they were reporting about.she says that violates the rule of never being the lead story of your own newscast.






from the archives: streetcars running after strike ends


then end of a 35-day strike meant los angeles traffic could return to normal. an article in the july 26, 1955, los angeles times reported that, ‘los angeles transit lines provided normal service on its 430-mile network of 38 coach and six streetcar lines yesterday after the end of the 35-day strike of transportation union, division 1277, for wage increases and contract improvements.”but the settlement also meant a possible fare increase. the times story reported that los angeles transit lines put in for “an application for a fare increase, with the increased wage scale looming up as the chief reason.”according to a story in the sep. 1, 1955, los angeles times, the state public utilities commission denied the fare increase.






sean spicer threatened to smear reporter before white house anonymously planted


the white house press secretary allegedly threatened to smear a critical reporter with a planted story just before an anonymous trump administration official leaked the same tale to another journalist.a spokesman for politico, which published a story about a white house leak investigation that upset sean spicer, claims the press secretary threatened to share information seemingly intended to punish one of the website’s reporters, according to the washington post.politico’s alex isenstadt and annie karni published a story sunday on a surprise meeting called by spicer, who examined aides’ phones and other electronic devices for evidence of leaks — and then multiple sources leaked details of that meeting.hours after that report, the washington examiner cited anonymous “white house officials”






trump takes another swipe at cnn following resignations


new york (ap) — president donald trump is using the resignations of three cnn journalists involved in a retracted russia-related story to resume his attack on the network’s credibility.the story was about a supposed investigation into a pre-inaugural meeting between an associate of trump and the head of a russian investment fund. cnn accepted the resignations monday.trump tweeted tuesday morning, “wow, cnn had to retract big story on ‘russia,’ with 3 employees forced to resign. what about all the other phony stories they do? fake news!”a message seeking comment was left at cnn.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the story was posted on the network’s website thursday and was removed friday night. cnn immediately apologized to anthony scaramucci, the trump transition te






apple installing iphone screen repair equipment in 400 partner stores


apple is moving to install its proprietary iphone screen-repair machines inside some 400 partner retail store locations around the world as it works to reduce repair delays for customers and also eyes legislation that takes aim at device manufacturers that make their products too difficult to fix.the distribution of the special screen-repair equipment, called horizon machines, was revealed in a june 7 story by reuters, which reported that unnamed people within the company said apple is working on getting the machines installed by the end of 2017 inside stores such as best buy.  they will be installed in 25 countries. previously, apple has only allowed the repair machines to be installed inside official apple stores, according to the report.apple aims to install about 200 of the horizon mac






serious crash reported on hwy. 169 near interstate 494


first responders were on the scene of a serious crash wednesday night on hwy. 169 on the bloomington-eden prairie boundary. it was not yet clear if there were casualties in the crash, which was reported about 6:30 p.m.according to the minnesota department of transportation, two lanes of southbound 169 just south of interstate 494 were closed as police, fire personnel and medics responded to the crash. in a tweet, the bloomington fire department urged motorists to avoid the area.this is a developing story; return to www.startribune.com for updates.






cnn accepts resignations of 3 involved in retracted story


new york — cnn accepted the resignations monday of three journalists involved in a retracted story about a supposed investigation into a pre-inaugural meeting between an associate of president donald trump and the head of a russian investment fund.the story was posted on the network's website on thursday and was removed, with all links disabled, friday night. cnn immediately apologized to anthony scaramucci, the trump transition team member who was reported to be involved in the meeting.the story's author, thomas frank, was among those who resigned, according to a network executive who requested anonymity because the person was not authorized to discuss personnel issues. also losing their jobs were eric lichtblau, an assistant managing editor in cnn's washington bureau, and lex haris, head






three cnn journalists resign over retracted trump-russia story


new york (ap) — cnn accepted the resignations monday of three journalists involved in a retracted story about a supposed investigation into a pre-inaugural meeting between an associate of president donald trump and the head of a russian investment fund.the story was posted on the network’s website on thursday and was removed, with all links disabled, friday night. cnn immediately apologized to anthony scaramucci, the trump transition team member who was reported to be involved in the meeting.the story’s author, thomas frank, was among those who resigned, according to a network executive who requested anonymity because the person was not authorized to discuss personnel issues. also losing their jobs were eric lichtblau, an assistant managing editor in cnn’s washington bureau, and lex haris,






albuquerque tv truck stolen while crew worked on crime story


albuquerque, n.m. (ap) — while a television news crew was gathering footage for a story about crime in the albuquerque downtown area, a thief drove off in the station’s suv.the albuquerque journal (http://bit.ly/2rmiw1n ) reported the story friday about the kob-tv truck.kob news director michelle donaldson says the vehicle was recovered within a half hour without police assistance by following the gps tracking device that was on board.she says the thief had fled the scene and the suv was locked with the keys missing.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the crew was in the area reporting on recent concerns about crime and safety.donaldson says it’s ironic that kob became victims of a crime in exactly the area they were reporting about.she says that violates the rule of






minor earthquake hits taiwan, injuring 4


beijing (ap) — a minor earthquake hit the southern part of taiwan early saturday, injuring four people, authorities said.the national fire agency reported four cases of residents being hurt by falling items. authorities said the magnitude 5.6 earthquake struck near the coast of tainan city at around 1:12 a.m.taiwanese media reported that 50,000 households were briefly left in the dark before power was restored and carried photos of grocery stores suffering limited damage. no deaths were reported.taiwan is located on a part of the pacific rim that frequently encounters seismic activity. fatalities from earthquakes have dropped in recent years since stricter construction regulations came into effect but building safety remains a hot-button issue.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1






republican greg gianforte opens a steady lead with more than 75% of the returns


@markzbarabaksakariassen reported from missoula and barabak from san francisco. times staff writers kurtis lee in los angeles and lisa mascaro in washington contributed to this report.alsoall is not peachy as georgia congressional race takes a detour through san franciscoin montana, miles from trump's russia crisis, there's no clamor to impeachhow a montana county became a stage for the national debate over refugeesupdates:x:xx p.m.: this story has been updated with election returns reflecting more than three-quarters of precincts reporting.8:55 p.m.: this story has been updated with election returns reflecting more than half of precincts reporting.8:10 p.m.: this story has been updated throughout with election returns reflecting about one-third of precincts reporting.3:50 p.m.: this story






3 journalists resign from cnn after network retracts russia-related story


new york -- cnn accepted the resignations monday of three journalists involved in a retracted story about a supposed investigation into a pre-inaugural meeting between an associate of president trump and the head of a russian investment fund.the story was posted on the network's website on thursday and was removed, with all links disabled, friday night. cnn immediately apologized to anthony scaramucci, the trump transition team member who was reported to be involved in the meeting.the story's author, thomas frank, was among those who resigned, according to a network executive who requested anonymity because the person was not authorized to discuss personnel issues. also losing their jobs were eric lichtblau, an assistant managing editor in cnn's washington bureau, and lex harris, head of t






3 journalists resign from cnn after network retracts russia-related story


new york -- cnn accepted the resignations monday of three journalists involved in a retracted story about a supposed investigation into a pre-inaugural meeting between an associate of president trump and the head of a russian investment fund.the story was posted on the network's website on thursday and was removed, with all links disabled, friday night. cnn immediately apologized to anthony scaramucci, the trump transition team member who was reported to be involved in the meeting.the story's author, thomas frank, was among those who resigned, according to a network executive who requested anonymity because the person was not authorized to discuss personnel issues. also losing their jobs were eric lichtblau, an assistant managing editor in cnn's washington bureau, and lex harris, head of t






sheriff: 5 dead after house fire in tennessee


buchanan, tenn. (ap) — a sheriff says five people are dead after a house fire that burned in northwestern tennessee.henry county sheriff monte belew confirmed the deaths friday morning and said crews were still at the scene investigating.the blaze was reported late thursday, a few minutes before midnight in buchanan, which is along the kentucky state line about 100 miles (161 kilometers) northwest of nashville.belew said crews didn’t immediately find anything suspicious about the fire. he called it “a horrific, tragic accident.”no other details were immediately available.___an earlier version of the story incorrectly said the fire was reported early friday. it was actually reported late thursday.






newspaper that revealed torture, killing of gays in chechnya receives threats


an international journalists' rights organization is calling on russian authorities to investigate threats made against a newspaper that reported gays were being tortured and killed in chechnya.moscow — an international journalists’ rights organization is calling on russian authorities to investigate threats made against a newspaper that reported gays were being tortured and killed in chechnya.the report this month in the respected novaya gazeta drew a range of official denials and rebukes. chechen president ramzan kadyrov on sunday said international attention to the story constituted a “massive information attack … to blacken our society, lifestyle, traditions and customs.”a meeting of elders and islamic leaders in chechnya after the story appeared called for retribution, which novaya ga






8 feared dead following avalanche in japan


breaking news.(photo: usa today) 2 connectlinkedinemailmoreeight people, some of them students, were feared dead monday following an avalanche at a ski resort in japan, local media reported.thirty people were also injured in the incident, which happened at about 9:20 a.m.local time at the nasuonsen family ski resort in the town of nasu in tochigi prefecture, 75 miles north of tokyo, the kyodo news agency reported.the eight feared dead appeared to show no vital signs, local authorities told the news agency.more than 60 students from seven high schools were thought to have been on a slope when the avalanche occurred, kyodo reported.read or share this story: http://usat.ly/2mgiyvf






cat gets in the middle of a reporter's story


this reporter was trying to do a story, but for obvious reasons she couldn’t make it through. take a look at how this cat crashes the story.full story at youtube.more great cats. posted by josh urich






anchorman has the most epic story entrance of all time


this anchorman knows how to enter into a story. he also knows how to continue it––take a look at how dynamic this story is! well done, sir.full story at youtube.more great news stuff. posted by josh urich






not real news: a look at what didn't happen this week


a roundup of some of the most popular, but completely untrue, headlines of the week. none of these stories are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. ap checked these out; here are the real facts:not real: trump's top scientist pick: "scientists are just dumb regular people that think dinosaurs existed and the earth is getting warmer"the facts: a story on the satirical u.s political news website hijacks an actual news story about sam clovis, widely reported to be president donald trump's pick for a u.s. department of agriculture research job, infusing it with made-up quotes expressing skepticism about scientists who believe in evolution and climate change. the fabricated quotes are attributed to kyxl, a non-existent radio station. the original story, by propublica, poi






homicide reported in north minneapolis


minneapolis police said late friday afternoon that they're investigating a homicide in north minneapolis.a police scanner website reported that the victim, a woman, was shot.the death marked the city's 10th slaying of 2017, and the second in two days. around midday thursday, a man was shot to death near russell and 4th avenues n. three suspects have been arrested in that death. the name of the victim has not yet been released.this is a developing story. return to www.startribune.com for updates.twitter: @karenanelzamora






white house denies report that fbi rejected its request to “knock down” story


in a background briefing, two senior trump administration officials inveighed against a cnn report that the fbi rejected a white house request to “publicly knock down” a story first reported by the new york times. that report, published on feb. 14, said there were repeated contacts between trump campaign associates and russian intelligence officials in 2015.a senior administration official characterized the the cnn report, posted thursday, as false, disgusting and erroneus. that story said that the white house request came after the fbi had indicated to the white house that the times story about the russian contacts was inaccurate. on the morning the story broke in the times, feb. 14, mccabe and one senior administration official both attended a white house meeting on a separate issue. mcc






reports say mueller probe now examining possible obstruction


washington — the special counsel appointed to investigate russian influence in the 2016 presidential campaign is now examining whether president donald trump tried to obstruct justice, it has been reported.accusations of obstruction arose last month when trump fired fbi director james comey. last week, comey testified in a senate hearing that he believed he was fired "because of the russia investigation." comey also testified he had told trump he was not under investigation.the washington post reported late wednesday that special counsel robert mueller was seeking interviews with three trump administration officials who weren't involved in trump's campaign: dan coats, the director of national intelligence; michael rogers, the head of the national security agency; and richard ledgett, the f






from the archives: cold war drill on broadway


los angeles residents actively participated in world war ii air-raid drills. but a 1952 cold war air-raid drill had different results.a page one story in the oct. 3, 1952, los angeles times reported that: “failure of air raid sirens and general public apathy would have cost los angeles city and county 500,000 lives yesterday if enemy atom bombers actually had been overhead at 9:30 a.m.“partly because of the faint warning, partly because of lethargy and disinterest, an estimated 50% of the city and county millions failed to co-operate in the first full-scale public participation raid drill since world war ii.”the times story reported that much of the city ignored the sirens and continued with their daily hustle and bustle. but as seen in the image above, pedestrians huddled in doorways on b






white house denies report that fbi rejected its request to “knock down” story


in a background briefing, two senior trump administration officials strongly denied a cnn report that the fbi rejected a white house request to “publicly knock down” a story first reported by the new york times. that report, published on feb. 14, said there were repeated contacts between trump campaign associates and russian intelligence officials in 2015.a senior administration official characterized the cnn report, posted thursday, as false, disgusting and erroneous. that story said that the white house request came after the fbi had indicated to the white house that the times story about the russian contacts was inaccurate. on the morning the story broke in the new york times, feb. 14, fbi deputy director andrew mccabe and one senior administration official both attended a white house m






trump takes another swipe at cnn following resignations


new york — president donald trump used the resignations of three cnn journalists involved in a retracted russia-related story to resume his attack on the network's credibility tuesday.the story was about a supposed investigation into a pre-inaugural meeting between a trump associate and the head of a russian investment fund. cnn accepted the journalists' resignations monday.trump wrote in a tuesday morning tweet, "wow, cnn had to retract big story on 'russia,' with 3 employees forced to resign. what about all the other phony stories they do? fake news!"a message seeking comment was left at cnn.the story was posted on the network's website thursday and was removed, with all links disabled, friday night. cnn immediately apologized to anthony scaramucci, the trump transition team member who w






trump takes another swipe at cnn following resignations


new york — president donald trump used the resignations of three cnn journalists involved in a retracted russia-related story to resume his attack on the network's credibility tuesday.the story was about a supposed investigation into a pre-inaugural meeting between a trump associate and the head of a russian investment fund. cnn accepted the journalists' resignations monday.trump wrote in a tuesday morning tweet, "wow, cnn had to retract big story on 'russia,' with 3 employees forced to resign. what about all the other phony stories they do? fake news!"a message seeking comment was left at cnn.the story was posted on the network's website thursday and was removed, with all links disabled, friday night. cnn immediately apologized to anthony scaramucci, the trump transition team member who w






seth meyers: trump's reported russia leak is a 'pivotal moment'


the 'late night' host talked comey, russia and the story from the 'washington post.'        






protest shooting suspect takes stand, with more expected on monday


allen scarsella took the witness stand in his own defense late friday to explain why he went to a black lives matter protest in november 2015 and, after a scuffle broke out, ultimately s five people.his testimony was cut short, however, by the end of a day that saw his friend and co-defendant nathan gustavsson testify for several hours, arguing that scarsella s in self-defense. but his testimony also opened him up to what was often blistering questioning from the prosecution. it also revealed a text gustavsson wrote referring to the protest shooting and saying, "we're all guilty in this."gustavsson said in an interview afterward that his decision to testify e after his attorney, family and friends all told him not to. but he said he asked himself if he could live with himself if scarsella