Supreme Court could limit police in digital-age privacy case

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court signaled Wednesday it could impose limits on the government's ability to track Americans' movements through collection of their cellphone information.

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  • Written by By MARK SHERMAN, Associated Press

AP Explains: What is bitcoin? A look at the digital currency

LONDON (AP) — One of them is worth over $10,000 and some experts say it could rise further. Bitcoin, the world's most popular virtual currency, allows people to buy goods and services and exchange money without involving banks, credit card issuers or other third parties.

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  • Written by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Rising HIV infections spreading by sex among youth in Iran

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — In a square in a poor eastern Tehran neighborhood known for its drug addicts and dealers, psychologist Atefeh Azimi draws another drop of blood from a worried passer-by's finger.

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  • Written by By MEHDI FATTAHI and AMIR VAHDAT , Associated Press

UN: Worst malnutrition since war is in besieged Syria suburb

BEIRUT (AP) — The worst malnutrition rate since the start of the Syria conflict nearly seven years ago has been recorded in a rebel-held suburb of Damascus besieged by the government for more than four years, the United Nations children's agency said Thursday.

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Trump's Muslim retweets draw fire from US and abroad

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump retweeted inflammatory videos from a fringe British political group Wednesday that purported to show violence being committed by Muslims, drawing quick condemnation from civil rights groups as well as a spokesman for British Prime Minister Theresa May.

  • Written by By CATHERINE LUCEY and JILL LAWLESS , Associated Press