Oculus reacts to virtual reality privacy questions

BURBANK, Calif. (AP) — An executive from virtual reality company Oculus says consumers shouldn't be concerned about an invasion of their privacy when using the Oculus Rift.

  • Written by DERRIK J. LANG, AP Entertainment Writer

As oil price bounces off lows, global stocks recover ground

LONDON (AP) — European stock markets recouped losses Monday as oil prices bounced back from earlier lows after major oil-producing nations failed to agree on production cuts over the weekend.

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APNewsBreak: Endangered seals start journey home after rehab

ABOARD US COAST GUARD HC-130 HERCULES (AP) — A U.S. Coast Guard airplane rumbled down an airstrip on Hawaii's Big Island, carrying hundreds of pounds of rare and precious cargo: seven endangered Hawaiian monk seals.

  • Written by CALEB JONES, Associated Press

Rescuers rush to trapped residents as Japan quakes kill 41

MASHIKI, Japan (AP) — Army troops and other rescuers rushed Saturday to try to reach scores of trapped residents after a pair of strong earthquakes in southwestern Japan killed at least 41 people, injured about 1,500 and left hundreds of thousands without electricity or water.

  • Written by EMILY WANG, Associated Press MARI YAMAGUCHI, Associated Press