Friday August 17th, 2018 10:56AM

The Associated Press

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The Associated Press
The Latest: Taiwanese golfer withdraws because of illness
The third round of Olympic golf began Saturday with one less player
8:55AM ( 2 years ago )
Romania, Moldova mourn for Anne of Romania
As church bells rang, thousands of Romanians turned out Saturday in a central town for the funeral of Anne of Romania, the wife of Michael, the last king of Romania
8:53AM ( 2 years ago )
No immediate ruling on Obama transgender directive; Georgia among the plaintiffs
A federal judge isn't ruling immediately on 13 states' request to halt an Obama administration directive on bathroom rights for transgender students in public schools
8:39AM ( 2 years ago )
New Mexico village cop slain; motorist shot; 3 in custody
Authorities say a New Mexico police officer has died after being shot in the neck during a traffic stop, and three suspects are in custody
8:22AM ( 2 years ago )
Spain: Injured spelunker safe after 3-day rescue from cave
Spain's Civil Guard says it has rescued an injured French spelunker after a three-day rescue
8:16AM ( 2 years ago )
Thailand bombings: A look at who may have been responsible
In the aftermath of a coordinated wave of bombings that shook tourist resort towns in Thailand this week, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha's military government is scrambling to hunt down those responsible
7:54AM ( 2 years ago )
Germany calls for "air bridge" to supply besieged Aleppo
Germany's foreign minister says humanitarian aid is desperately needed in the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo and that it may be necessary to start an "air bridge" to bring it in
7:50AM ( 2 years ago )
Novartis Korea executives charged with bribing doctors
Prosecutors have indicted the former chief executive of the South Korean unit of Novartis and five other former and current managers over allegations they illegally paid doctors 2.6 billion won ($2.3 million) in return for prescribing the company's drugs
7:33AM ( 2 years ago )
Running backs regain spot on college football's center stage
A perceived de-emphasis on running backs in college football was greatly exaggerated
7:24AM ( 2 years ago )
Zambia's president leads in early election results
Zambia's president leads in early results from election whose campaign was marred by violence
7:11AM ( 2 years ago )