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With drones in tow, Anderson debuts 'Junun' documentary
03:41 PM, 10.08.2015

FILE - In this Jan. 12, 2013 file photo, Paul Thomas Anderson attends the LA Film Critics Association Awards in Los Angeles. Anderson premiered his first documentary, “Junun,” on Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, at the New York Film Festival, unveiling a sonically rich portrait of Indian musicians and Radiohead’s Johnny Greenwood recording in Rajasthan. The film, just under an hour in length, plunges into their recording sessions, along with Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur, during a three-week trip to the North-Western Indian state. (Photo by Todd Williamson/Invision/AP, File)NEW YORK (AP) — Paul Thomas Anderson premiered his first documentary, "Junun," on Thursday at the New York Film Festival, unveiling a sonically rich portrait of Indian musicians recording an album with Radiohead's Johnny Greenwood.

Donaldson leaves playoff game after taking knee to head
03:38 PM, 10.08.2015

Toronto Blue Jays' Josh Donaldson lies on the ground after breaking up a double play during the fourth inning of Game 1 of the American League Division Series in Toronto on Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015. (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press via AP) MANDATORY CREDITTORONTO (AP) — Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson left Thursday's AL Division Series opener against Texas after he was kneed in the head while breaking up a double play.

After the flood, a rush to preserve drinking water
03:38 PM, 10.08.2015

Workers use a crane to repair a break in a canal Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015 in Columbia, S.C. The canal that serves as the main source of drinking water for about half of the Columbia water system’s 375,000 customers has collapsed in two places, sending contractors scrambling to build a rock dam to plug the holes while the National Guard used helicopters to place giant sandbags in the rushing water.(AP Photo/John Bazemore)COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina's capital city had too much water. Now, officials are racing to make sure it has enough.

McCarthy abruptly withdraws candidacy for House speaker
03:38 PM, 10.08.2015

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy of Calif., leaves a meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, ahead of a nomination vote to replace House Speaker John Boehner, who is stepping down, and retiring from Congress, at the end of the month, after nearly five years in the role. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)WASHINGTON (AP) — In a stunning move, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy has withdrawn his candidacy for House Speaker.

Islanders keep Long Island feel in Brooklyn debut
03:37 PM, 10.08.2015

Subway passengers pass signage for the New York Islanders hockey team near the Barclays Center, Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015 in the Brooklyn borough of New York. The Islanders, who formerly played at Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, N.Y., will now call Brooklyn home when they open the 2015-2016 season on Friday against the Chicago Blackhawks. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)NEW YORK (AP) — Step aside, Jay Z. Pack up the nets. It's time to roll out the blue-and-orange carpet in Brooklyn.

Donald Trump says Bowe Bergdahl should have been executed
03:34 PM, 10.08.2015

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a rally Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)LAS VEGAS (AP) — Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump says Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl should have been executed for leaving his post in Afghanistan.

Oklahoma halts executions after using wrong drug on inmate
03:33 PM, 10.08.2015

FILE - This June 29, 2011, photo provided by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections shows Charles Warner, who was executed on Jan. 15, 2015 for the 1997 killing of his roommate's 11-month-old daughter. The Oklahoman reported Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015 that corrections officials used potassium acetate, not potassium chloride, as required under the state's protocol, to execute Warner.(AP Photo/Oklahoma Department of Corrections, File)OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Gov. Mary Fallin agreed Thursday that all executions in Oklahoma should be delayed after an autopsy report revealed that the wrong drug was used to stop an inmate's heart in January — one that experts say doesn't work as quickly or effectively.

US actor Randy Quaid ordered released; facing deportation
03:33 PM, 10.08.2015

Actor Randy Quaid arrives at his Immigration and Refugee Board hearing in Montreal, Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015. Quaid said in an interview that he could be deported from Canada next week and that he would like to resolve his legal issues in California and "move on with my life." The actor and his Canadian wife fled the U.S. in 2010, saying they were victims of persecution. (Peter McCabe/The Canadian Press via AP)MONTREAL (AP) — American actor Randy Quaid was ordered released Thursday by Canada's Immigration and Refugee Board but still faces being sent back to the United States next week.

Former NFL coach Lindy Infante dies at 75
03:26 PM, 10.08.2015

FILE - This is a Feb. 15, 1996, file photo showing Lindy Infante answering a question after he was named coach of the Indianapolis Colts during a news conference in Indianapolis. Infante died in Florida at age 75. Infante's wife Stephanie told The Associated Press that he died Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, in St. Augustine after a lengthy illness. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy, File)MIAMI (AP) — Lindy Infante, the hard-luck former coach of the Green Bay Packers and the Indianapolis Colts, died Thursday. He was 75.

France train attack hero stabbed in California
03:20 PM, 10.08.2015

US serviceman Spencer Stone (C), pictured during a celebration in Sacramento on September 11, 2015, has reportedly been stabbed in CaliforniaOne of three Americans who helped thwart a terror attack on a Paris-bound train was stabbed in his home state of California -- apparently after coming to a woman's rescue, authorities said Thursday. Airman Spencer Stone, 23, was stabbed in Sacramento after he got into a fight with a group of men as he was leaving a bar with friends, Ken Bernard, the city's deputy chief of police told reporters.

Latin America rolls out red carpet for once-scorned IMF
03:17 PM, 10.08.2015

Attendees are reflected in a mirrored wall as they arrive for the IMF and World Bank annual meetings, in Lima, Peru, Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015. The world's finance ministers and central bankers are in Lima for the joint annual meetings of the World Bank and IMF that run through Sunday. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)LIMA, Peru (AP) — The last time the IMF held its annual meetings in Latin America, Ernesto "Che" Guevara was trying to spread Cuba's revolution throughout the hemisphere and much of the region was under the thumb of repressive dictatorships.

Police raid VW headquarters as probe mounts in Germany, US
03:17 PM, 10.08.2015

Volkswagen has sunk into the deepest crisis of its history after revealing it equipped 11 million of its diesel vehicles worldwide with software that switches the engine to a low-emissions mode during testsPrivate apartments were also raided in Volkswagen's hometown of Wolfsburg and other cities, prosecutors told AFP, as police sought to secure documents and digital data that could point to those responsible for the deception of global proportions. The raids came as Volkswagen's US chief Michael Horn faced a grilling before Congress, where he sought to distance himself from the scandal while blaming it on engineers in Germany. Horn told a committee that he had learned in early 2014 that the group's ostensibly environmentally friendly diesel cars breached pollution rules.

Refugee crisis shows reality of globalization, says Germany's Schaeuble
03:17 PM, 10.08.2015

The influx of hundreds of thousands of refugees into Europe is part of the reality of globalization, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Thursday. German authorities are struggling to cope with the roughly 10,000 refugees arriving every day, many fleeing conflict in the Middle East. IMF meetings tried to organize the forces of globalization "such that everyone can live with them," Schaeuble said.

Collision course with a hurricane: How doomed U.S. ship met its end
03:15 PM, 10.08.2015

Debris is seen in the water from the El Faro search area in this handout photo provided by the US Coast GuardBy Edward McAllister and David Adams NEW YORK/MIAMI (Reuters) - The ill-fated U.S.-flagged El Faro cargo ship sunk by Hurricane Joaquin was sailing at near full speed into the center of the storm before it lost propulsion amid mountainous waves and brutal winds, according to ship tracking data. The data on Thomson Reuters Eikon raises questions about the ship owner's assertion that the vessel's captain had chosen a "sound plan" to pass around Joaquin "with a margin of comfort" but was then thwarted by engineering problems. After reviewing the data, Klaus Luhta, a former ship's officer and chief of staff at the International Organization of Masters, Mates, and Pilots, went silent for a moment as he contemplated what has been called the worst cargo shipping disaster involving a U.S.-flagged vessel in more than 30 years.

Correction: Family-Meat Cleaver Killings story
03:07 PM, 10.08.2015

FILE - In this Oct. 28, 2013 file photo, Mingdong Chen is arraigned in Brooklyn criminal court in New York. Mingdong Chen will serve at least 125 years in prison after pleading guilty Wednesday, Oct.. 7, 2015, to murder and manslaughter charges. He admitted that he killed his cousin's wife, 37-year-old Qiao Zhen Li, and her children, Linda, 9; Amy, 7; Kevin, 5; and William Zhou, 18 months; in October 2013. (Anthony Lanzilote/The New York Times via AP, Pool, File)NEW YORK (AP) — In a story Oct. 7 about the guilty plea of a man who killed five relatives with a meat cleaver, The Associated Press erroneously transcribed a quote said during sentencing and attributed it to the wrong person. The quote was, according to a trial transcript, "The burning question is why these things happen, but in the sum total of things it really doesn't much matter," not, "The question is why he'd do these things. It really doesn't much matter." It was said by Assistant District Attorney Mark Hale, not State Supreme Court Judge Vincent Del Giudice.

World stocks climb after Fed minutes; oil jumps
03:07 PM, 10.08.2015

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock ExchangeBy Caroline Valetkevitch NEW YORK (Reuters) - World stock indexes climbed and the dollar dipped on Thursday as minutes from the latest Federal Reserve meeting showed policymakers view low inflation as a hurdle to raising rates. U.S. crude oil prices briefly traded above $50 for the first time since July and added to gains late after a closely watched oil forecaster predicted prices would climb to $75 over the next two years. According to minutes from the Fed's Sept. 16-17 meeting, the central bank thought the economy was close to warranting an interest rate hike in September but decided it was better to wait for evidence that a global economic slowdown was not knocking the United States off course.

Businesses, MPs launch 'Vote Leave' campaign to push for Brexit
03:06 PM, 10.08.2015

The British Union flag and European Union flag are seen hanging outside Europe House in central LondonBritain needs to quit the European Union to reclaim its sovereignty, a group of business leaders and lawmakers said on Thursday, launching a campaign to persuade Britons to vote to leave the bloc at an upcoming referendum. The campaign, branded 'Vote Leave', draws together groups pushing for a British EU exit, or 'Brexit', from within Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party, the opposition Labour Party and the business community. "We must end the supremacy of EU law over UK law," said Kate Hoey, co-chair of the Labour Party's 'out' group in a statement announcing the launch of Vote Leave's logo and website.

Republican chaos as McCarthy quits US House speaker race
03:04 PM, 10.08.2015

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (C) speaks to the press after dropping out of the race to become Speaker of the House on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, October 8, 2015Conservative US Republicans drove frontrunner Kevin McCarthy out of the race to be the next speaker of the House Thursday, plunging their party into disarray ahead of crucial federal budget and debt ceiling battles. McCarthy, the party's number two in the House behind outgoing speaker John Boehner, appeared to have support from a majority of Republican lawmakers for the most important job in Congress -- until his withdrawal from consideration. The congenial 50-year-old Californian, who as majority leader has built connections among conservatives and moderates alike, fell victim to an intense revolt by the party's right flank as he sought the role that would have placed him immediately behind the vice president in the line of presidential succession.

Bavaria wants to send refugees back to Austria, Merkel says no
03:03 PM, 10.08.2015

The German state of Bavaria plans "emergency measures" to slow arrivals of asylum seekers, including sending some back to neighboring Austria, state premier Horst Seehofer said, directly challenging Chancellor Angela Merkel over the crisis. "On top of that will come specific self-defensive measures to limit migration, such as sending back people to the border with Austria and the immediate transfer of newly arrived asylum seekers within Germany," he said. Vienna warned of the risk of violence if the government in Bavaria, the main entry point into Germany for asylum seekers moving north through the Balkans and Austria, went ahead with the plan.

Gun found during drifters' arrest in tantra teacher's death
03:01 PM, 10.08.2015

In this Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015, photo, Marin County Sheriff's members investigate a homicide near the top of White's Hill on Old Railroad Grade near Fairfax, Calif. A tantra teacher who made DVDs on yoga for lovers and taught classes at a clothing-optional retreat was found shot to death on a hiking trail in Northern California, still holding onto the leash of his wounded dog, authorities said. Detectives are looking for three people of interest in the killing of Steve Carter, 67.(Robert Tong/Marin Independent Journal via AP)SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (AP) — Authorities said Thursday that they recovered the gun thought to be the one used to kill a popular tantra yoga teacher when they arrested three drifters in Oregon traveling in the victim's car.

New Orleans chef Paul Prudhomme dies at 75
03:01 PM, 10.08.2015

US chef Paul Prudhomme, pictured in Madrid on January 18, 2006, has died aged 75Paul Prudhomme, one of America's best-known chefs who was credited with popularizing Louisiana's spicy Cajun cuisine, died on Thursday at age 75. The star chef was in New Orleans when he died after a brief illness, a spokeswoman for his restaurant, K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen, told AFP. The rotund, bearded Prudhomme became a household name in the 1980s through countless television appearances -- including his own cooking shows -- in which he encouraged viewers to spice up their lives and expand their palates.

The Latest: Video shows knife fight that injured US airman
02:58 PM, 10.08.2015

FILE - In this Sept. 17, 2015 file photo, Air Force Airman 1st Class Spencer Stone sits in the Oval Office of the White House during a meeting with President Barack Obama in Washington. An Air Force spokesman said on Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, that Stone, who helped subdue an attacker on a Paris-bound train in August, is in stable condition after being stabbed in California. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The latest on the stabbing of a U.S. airman who helped stop a gunman on a French passenger train (all times local):

Jury deliberating in trial of Atlanta Hawks' Thabo Sefolosha
02:58 PM, 10.08.2015

Thabo Sefolosha, second from left, leaves criminal court in New York, Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015. The professional basketball player was about to give a handout to a man asking for money when police officers took him to the ground and arrested him, a former teammate testified Wednesday. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)NEW YORK (AP) — A jury is deliberating in the New York City trial of a professional basketball player charged with resisting arrest and other crimes.

Snyder supports switching Flint water system back to Detroit
02:56 PM, 10.08.2015

Mich. Gov. Rick Snyder announces support in the city of Flint's plan to switch back to Detroit water due to high lead levels during a news conference in Flint, Mich. on Thursday Oct. 8, 2015. Flint stopped using water from the Detroit system last year as a cost-cutting measure, opting instead for a supply direct from the Flint River. (Christian Randolph/The Flint via AP) LOCAL TELEVISION OUT; LOCAL INTERNET OUT; MANDATORY CREDITFLINT, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder on Thursday called for Flint to switch back to Detroit's water system to address a public health emergency and grapple with broader concerns about the effects of the aging pipes distributing the city's water supply.

The Latest: Palestinians meet UN official to protest attacks
02:55 PM, 10.08.2015

Israeli ZAKA emergency response members clean the scene of a stabbing attack in Jerusalem, Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015. A Palestinian stabbed a Jewish seminary student in Jerusalem on Thursday as the Israeli prime minister barred all Cabinet ministers and lawmakers from visiting a sensitive holy site in the Old City in an effort to calm tensions that have gripped the country for weeks. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)JERUSALEM (AP) — The latest developments in ongoing tensions between Palestinians and Israelis following days of violence in Jerusalem and the West Bank (all times local).

Matt Barnes: NBA looking into incident with Knicks' coach
02:54 PM, 10.08.2015

New York Knicks head coach Derek Fisher motions to a referee during the second quarter of a preseason exhibition basketball game against Paschoalotto Bauru, Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015, in New York. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The NBA is investigating the incident between Grizzlies forward Matt Barnes and Knicks coach and former teammate Derek Fisher, a situation Barnes said is "personal matter" involving someone who was a good friend at one point.

Westmoreland running for House speaker: Daily Caller
02:53 PM, 10.08.2015

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Republican Representative Lynn Westmoreland on Thursday threw his hat into the ring to be the next speaker of the House of Representatives, the Daily Caller reported. "I don't think this thing will be won by people out-campaigning and calling people and talking to people," the six-term representative from Georgia told the news website, adding that factions within the Republican Party need to come together and unite behind one candidate. "We've been getting a lot of good comments and feedback. It's very encouraging," Westmoreland said. ...

Idaho nuclear lab director eyes new generation of scientists
02:51 PM, 10.08.2015

FILE - This May 11, 2015, file photo, shows an exterior view of the Hot Fuel Examination Facility at the Idaho National Laboratory, near Idaho Falls, Idaho. Mark Peters, the new director of Idaho's federal nuclear facility says he sees plenty of opportunity to make it the nation's premier energy security lab while also bolstering the region's economy. (AP Photo/Keith Ridler, File )BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho's federal nuclear facility can become the nation's premier energy security lab while also bolstering the region's economy, the new director says.

Rangers' Beltre leaves playoff game with stiff back
02:51 PM, 10.08.2015

Toronto Blue Jays' shortstop Troy Tulowitzki forces out Texas Rangers' Adrian Beltre at second base before throwing to first base for the double play during the first inning in Game 1 of an American League Division Series in Toronto on Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)TORONTO (AP) — Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre left Thursday's AL Division Series opener against the Toronto Blue Jays in the third inning after hurting his back on a slide.

'Bond king' Gross sues Pimco over his ouster
02:47 PM, 10.08.2015

Bill Gross, pictured on February 9, 2012, sues Pimco, the bond firm he co-foundedGlobal bond guru Bill Gross sued Pimco on Thursday, accusing a "cabal" at the bond firm he co-founded of forcing him out to grab a bigger slice of its profits. Gross, in a California lawsuit that also targets Pimco's German parent Allianz, is seeking a jury trial over his complaint that he was dismissed unfairly in 2014 and cheated of hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation. "Driven by a lust for power, greed, and a desire to improve their own financial position and reputation at the expense of investors and decency, a cabal of Pacific Investment Management Company LLC managing directors plotted to drive founder Bill Gross out of Pimco," said the complaint.

Fed awaiting evidence global chill not knocking U.S. off track
02:46 PM, 10.08.2015

Federal Reserve building in WashingtonThe U.S. Federal Reserve thought the economy was close to warranting an interest rate hike in September but policymakers wanted firmer evidence a global economic slowdown was not knocking America off course. The minutes from the Sept. 16-17 meeting released on Thursday pointed to a deeply cautious Fed even before subsequent economic data showed a sharp slowdown in hiring by U.S. employers. "Most" policymakers, according to the minutes, thought the Fed's first rate hike in a decade should still come this year and that financial market turmoil had not "materially altered" the outlook for the U.S. economy.

Bill Gross sues Pimco for $200 million over forced ouster
02:46 PM, 10.08.2015

Bill Gross, co-founder and co-chief investment officer of Pacific Investment Management Company (PIMCO), adjusts his sunglasses as he arrives to speak at the Morningstar Investment Conference in ChicagoBy Jennifer Ablan and Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) - Billionaire bond investor Bill Gross sued his former employer Pacific Investment Management Co and its parent Allianz SE for $200 million, saying a greedy "cabal" of executives drove him out of the bond fund giant he helped found because they wanted his huge bonus for themselves. The lawsuit ratchets up the vitriol between Gross, 71, who now works at Janus Capital Group Inc , and Pimco, which he built over four decades into a $2 trillion bond fund company. In plotting to get rid of him, Pimco managing directors were "driven by a lust for power, greed, and a desire to improve their own financial position and reputation," Gross said in a complaint filed on Thursday in the California Superior Court in Orange County.

People pack meeting of panel eyeing expansion of whale tanks
02:45 PM, 10.08.2015

FILE - In this Nov. 30, 2006, file photo, a young girl watches through the glass as a killer whale passes by while swimming in a display tank at SeaWorld, in San Diego. SeaWorld wants to greatly expand the tanks it uses to hold killer whales in San Diego but animal rights activists are opposed, saying breeding the animals in captivity is cruel no matter the size of the tanks. A state agency is expected to consider Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, how much regulators should weigh in on the $100 million proposal for the marine-theme park. (AP Photo/Chris Park, File)LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Protesters and supporters filled a meeting room Thursday where a California commission was considering a vast expansion to the tanks that SeaWorld uses to hold killer whales in San Diego.

US stocks rise on dovish Fed minutes
02:45 PM, 10.08.2015

The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 138.46 points (0.82 percent) to 17,050.75New York (AFP) - US stocks rose Thursday after Federal Reserve meeting minutes lifted confidence the US central bank would not move quickly to hike interest rates.

Molina on Cardinals' roster, will play wearing splint
02:43 PM, 10.08.2015

St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina waits his turn in the batting cage during the team workout, Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, in St. Louis. Molina , who has been battling an injured thumb, has been cleared to play when the Cardinals face the Chicago Cubs for the first time in post-season history, in the National League Division Series. (AP Photo/Tom Gannam)ST. LOUIS (AP) — All-Star catcher Yadier Molina is on the St. Louis Cardinals' roster for the NL Division Series against the Chicago Cubs and will play wearing a splint to protect a strained ligament in his left thumb.

Blue skies, frozen water detected on Pluto
02:41 PM, 10.08.2015

This image released by NASA on October 8, 2015, shows Pluto's haze layer and its blue color in a picture taken by the New Horizons Ralph/Multispectral Visible Imaging CameraPluto has blue skies and patches of frozen water, according to the latest data out Thursday from NASA's unmanned New Horizons probe, which made a historic flyby of the dwarf planet in July. Never before has Pluto -- a resident of the distant Kuiper Belt, a frigid region of the solar system beyond Neptune that is home to many comets and asteroids -- been observed in such detail. "Who would have expected a blue sky in the Kuiper Belt?

Iran to boycott Frankfurt Book Fair over Rushdie appearance
02:37 PM, 10.08.2015

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran is boycotting this year's Frankfurt Book Fair in protest over a planned opening speech at the venue by India-born British novelist Salman Rushdie.

By the numbers: Flint's water emergency
02:36 PM, 10.08.2015

Elected officials, VIPs and the media attend a news conference regarding Flint's water in downtown Flint. Gov. Rick Snyder called for Flint to get its water from Detroit’s system again to address a public health emergency over lead in the water supply. (Todd McInturf/Detroit News via AP) DETROIT FREE PRESS OUT; HUFFINGTON POST OUT; MANDATORY CREDITWhen Flint left the Detroit water system last year, it was after years of frustration over the cost and with the anticipation that the city had a cheaper, independent solution. On Thursday, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder called for Flint to switch back to Detroit's system to address a public health emergency over lead in the water supply. By the numbers, a look at what happened:

'Straight Outta Compton' director set for 'Fast & Furious'
02:35 PM, 10.08.2015

FILE - In this Aug. 10, 2015 file photo, director F. Gary Gray arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of "Straight Outta Compton" at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Gray, who made waves this summer with his profitable and critically acclaimed N.W.A biopic, has been set to direct the 8th film in the Fast & Furious franchise. Gray announced the news on his Facebook page on Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015. (Photo by John Salangsang/Invision/AP, File)LOS ANGELES (AP) — F. Gary Gray, who made waves this summer with his profitable and critically acclaimed N.W.A biopic "Straight Outta Compton," has been set to direct the eighth film in the "Fast & Furious" franchise.

Court: Hot yoga's sequence of poses can't be copyrighted
02:35 PM, 10.08.2015

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The founder of a popular form of yoga that is performed in a room heated to more than 100 degrees lost a court appeal Thursday to copyright a sequence of 26 poses and two breathing exercises. Facebook Page

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