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Trump Moves to Lift Bans on Arctic Drilling

US President Donald Trump signed an executive order aimed at lifting bans on drilling for oil and gas in offshore Arctic and Atlantic areas, saying it would pull in "billions of dollars" for America and create jobs.

Tillerson On N. Korea: All Options On Table

Turning to diplomacy after flexing military muscle, the United States urged the U.N. Security Council on Friday to increase economic pressure on North Korea over its nuclear weapons program, leaning on China in particular to turn the screws on its wayward ally. (April 28)

Villarreal beats Sporting Gijon 3-1 in Spanish league

Cedric Bakambu scored twice as Villarreal defeated Sporting Gijon 3-1 in the Spanish league

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US Probes Friendly Fire in US Troop Deaths in…

The Pentagon on Friday said it was investigating whether two US special operations commandos who were killed in Afghanistan this week had been struck by friendly fire.

United moves to ease criticism with settlement…

United Airlines moved to staunch criticism _ and any customer defections _ by reaching a settlement with David Dao, the passenger dragged off one of its planes two weeks ago and issuing new policies designed to prevent similar customer service failures

Time board: company not for sale; stock plunges

Time's stock plunges after the publisher's board says it's not considering a sale of the company

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The Latest: Another Watt joins J.J. and Derek in…

The Latest from the NFL draft: Steelers select TJ Watt, third brother in NFL

AP Top Stories April 28 P

Here are's the latest for Friday, April 28th: President Trump addresses NRA members; Tillerson urges stronger sanction against Pyongyang; the Pope is in Egypt; Two barnyard friends are best buddies.

The Latest: Attorney: Reports of execution…

An attorney for the fourth Arkansas inmate executed in eight days says accounts of the lethal injection are "horrifying."

Berkeley protests peaceful as hundreds rally over…

Hundreds of people chanting "USA" gathered peacefully for a rally at a park in Berkeley _ home of the free speech movement _ to protest a canceled appearance by conservative commentator Ann Coulter

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United CEO Oscar Munoz Offers Video Apology

The CEO of United Airlines offered another apology, this time via video, for the way his company handled an incident in which a passenger was dragged off a plane. Munoz said United is fixing the shortcomings that led to the "shameful event." (April 28)

Venezuelans march to prison to demand freedom for activists

Hundreds of opponents of President Nicolas Maduro marched to a military prison outside Caracas to demand the release of Leopoldo Lopez and other jailed activists they consider political prisoners