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This undated photo provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows a scanning electron micrograph of multiple round bumps of the HIV-1 virus on a cell surface. In a report released on Monday, July 24, 2017, researchers said a South African girl born with the AIDS virus has kept her infection suppressed for 8 1/2 years after stopping anti-HIV medicines _ more evidence that early treatment can occasionally cause a long remission that, if it lasts, would be a form of cure. (Cynthia Goldsmith/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention via AP)
Girl's HIV infection seems under control without AIDS drugsA South African girl born with the AIDS virus has kept her infection suppressed for 8 1/2 years after stopping anti-HIV medicines
The Associated Press25 minutes ago
A Palestinian protester stands in tear gas during clashes near the Qalandia checkpoint between Jerusalem and the West Bank city of Ramallah, Sunday, July 23, 2017. Israel's minister of public security said Sunday taht metal detectors set at the entrance to a major Jerusalem shrine that angered Palestinians could be removed if police have another way of ensuring security there. (AP Photo/Nasser Shiyoukhi)
The Latest: Jerusalem police chief, lawyer met over crisisThe Latest: Jerusalem's police chief held talks with lawyer representing Muslim leadership to discuss escalating crisis
The Associated Press32 minutes ago
In this June 29, 2017, photo, Laura Manning poses with her Springfield Armory handgun in Decatur, Ga. Manning, a 50-year-old payroll specialist in Atlanta, is among the ranks of the nation's black women who own a firearm. An empty nester who is the mother of three children, she said she decided she needed to take responsibility for her own safety. "What's going to happen if something goes bump in the night? I need to protect myself," she said. (AP Photo/Lisa Marie Pane)
AP PHOTOS: American black women feel it's time to get a gunFrom ministers to bankers, American black women are picking up firearms and learning how to shoot
The Associated Press44 minutes ago
In this May 27, 2017, photo, Marchelle Tigner, a firearms instructor, describes how to line up the sights on a firearm during a class in Lawrenceville, Ga. Tigner's goal is to train 1 million women how to shoot a gun in her lifetime. She is among the nation's black women gun owners who say they are picking up firearms for self-protection. (AP Photo/Lisa Marie Pane)
Black women picking up firearms for self-defenseBlack women are picking up firearms and learning how to shoot, citing a desire to protect themselves and fears about today's political climate
The Associated Press52 minutes ago
Men look at the remains of their properties at the site of a suicide attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, July 24, 2017. A suicide car bomb killed dozens of people as well as the bomber early Monday morning in a western neighborhood of Afghanistan's capital where several prominent politicians reside, a government official said. (AP Photos/Massoud Hossaini)
Taliban claim deadly suicide attack in Kabul that kills 24Taliban claim responsibility for early morning suicide car bombing that targeted government employees in Kabul, killing 24
The Associated Press57 minutes ago
A protester clenches his fist as he marches with thousands of other protester to demand that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte delivers on a wide range of promises he made in his first state of the nation address last year, from pressing peace talks with Marxist guerrillas, which is currently on hold, to upholding human rights and the rule of law Monday, July 24, 2017 at suburban Quezon city, northeast of Manila, Philippines. The sign reads: "Duterte should be accountable." (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)
A look at major issues Duterte confronting in his 2nd yearA year after Duterte promised to cleanse the Philippines of illegal drugs in three to six months, tame corruption and began lashing out at the US, his 'shock and awe' declarations have collided with reality
The Associated Press58 minutes ago
FILE- In this March 19, 1994 file photo, Socks the cat peers over the podium in the White House briefing room in Washington. Hillary Rodham Clinton in 1998 followed Bush’s lead, with a children’s book about family dog Buddy and cat Socks. “Dear Socks, Dear Buddy: Kids' Letters to the First Pets” featured photographs of the pets, details on their habits and more than 50 letters from children to the pets.  (AP Photo/Marcy Nighswander, File)
A vacant White House job: first petPolitically ambitious pups and kittens: Put your resumes aside
The Associated Press59 minutes ago
Interior pick on track for Senate approval despite lobbyingDemocrats and environmental groups are criticizing President Donald Trump's nominee for the No. 2 position at the Interior Department
The Associated Press1 hour ago
FILE - This undated file photo provided by Jennifer McLean shows her son, University of Montana student Guthrie McLean, on the Great Wall of China. Montana Republican Sen. Steve Daines says police in central China freed 25-year-old Guthrie McLean early Monday, July 24, 2017, local time, after he was arrested in China a week earlier after reportedly injuring a taxi driver who was roughing up his mother in a fare dispute. Jennifer McLean told The Associated Press her son's actions were justified because the taxi driver was hurting her. (Jennifer McLean via AP, File)
US student freed after week held in China over taxi disputeAn American university student is free after being detained for a week by Chinese authorities for allegedly injuring a taxi driver who was roughing up his mother during a fare dispute
The Associated Press1 hour ago
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