Prosecutors: Teen killed man, posed with gun on Facebook

SEATTLE (AP) — Prosecutors have accused a Seattle teen of fatally shooting a man, stealing his money and then posing with the victim's gun in a picture she posted on Facebook after the killing.

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Abu Dhabi plans $1 billion Warner Bros. theme park

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The United Arab Emirates has announced plans for a $1 billion Warner Bros. theme park in Abu Dhabi, which will bring to the Middle East the studio's popular superheroes and cartoon characters ranging from Bugs Bunny and Scooby-Doo to Batman and Superman.

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US to send 200 more troops, Apache helicopters, to Iraq

BAGHDAD (AP) — The U.S. has agreed to deploy more than 200 additional troops to Iraq and to send eight Apache helicopters for the first time into the fight against the Islamic State group in Iraq, the first major increase in U.S. forces in nearly a year, U.S. defense officials said Monday.

  • Written by LOLITA C. BALDOR, Associated Press

3D printer used to create new feet for duck

CEDARBURG, Wis. (AP) — A duck that lost its feet to frostbite is waddling again thanks to a Wisconsin middle school teacher and a 3D printer.

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Give drug felons food stamps, many states now say

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska is desperate to stop the runaway growth of its prison population, but doing so depends a lot on people like Ronald Tillman. Tillman, 54, a paroled drug dealer who suffers from bipolar disease and a debilitating back injury, has lived since his 2013 release solely on his monthly $733 disability check. When his food runs short, he faces a choice that has costly implications for the state— if he gets caught.

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