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Brother Martin's Jared West, Jonathan Parker, and Brendon Hayes talk about the Crusader's ability to rally against district foe Shaw.

The undefeated and state-ranked Crusaders scored

With the 2014-15 college basketball season creeping closer, LSU coach Johnny Jones is ready for more meeting and greeting. His next chance to do so is

Austin Rivers said he is taking the news that the New Orleans Pelicans aren't exercising their fourth-year option on him all is stride.

A day after

The New Orleans Pelicans' Blue team rolled past the White, 46-36, Saturday morning at an open-to-public scrimmage at the Smoothie King Center.

Anthony Davis and Jrue

Tim Cook Fast Facts
Saturday, 25 October 2014 13:47
Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off the companyApple CEO Tim Cook kicked off the company's iPhone press event before several hundred reporters and guests Tuesday at the Apple campus in Cupertino, California.
Apple Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi speaks about iOS 7, the next version of Apple
Veterans Day Fast Facts
Saturday, 25 October 2014 13:47
Berna Brown visits the grave of her husband on Veterans Day -- Monday, November 11 -- at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver. Robert E. Brown served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam.Berna Brown visits the grave of her husband on Veterans Day -- Monday, November 11 -- at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver. Robert E. Brown served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam.
A man visits the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington early Monday morning.

By Ryan Vlastelica

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks edged higher on Wednesday, with the S&P 500 up for a fifth straight day as technology companies rallied on strong results, though weakness in Boeing weighed on the Dow.

With the session's advance, which builds on a jump of about 2 percent on Tuesday, the S&P 500 is up 4.5 percent over the past five sessions, putting it on track for the biggest five-day rally since December 2011.

Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska, apologized Friday for remarks he made about suicide during a Tuesday appearance at Wasilla High School that offended some students and faculty who were present.

During a speech at the Alaska Federation of Natives convention, the longtime congressman said he'd lost a relative to suicide.

"Because I have been touched by this issue, it's very personal to me. ... It may have caused me to mangle some of my statements and comments that's caused this uproar," Young said, according to CBS Anchorage affiliate KTVA.

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Authorities say a California Highway Patrol officer suspected of stealing nude and racy photos from the cellphones of women arrested on drunken driving charges sent those photos to at least two fellow officers.

The Contra Costa Times reported Friday (http://bitly.com/1wy6xCA ) that Officer Sean Harrington confessed to investigators in what he and other officers called a game.



Investigators say Harrington sent photos to fellow officers in Dublin, but learned it working in Los Angeles, and confessed to doing this half a dozen times over several years.

Bloomfield Board of Education candidates voiced varying views during a forum Wednesday. Seven of the 10 contenders attended.

Eight candidates on the Nov. 4 ballot are vying for three seats with three-year terms. Two candidates are running for a one-year seat.

Openings statements and responses to audience questions were limited to two minutes.

Most questions were directed to individual candidates. Responses to a general query about common core curriculum are sampled here.

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