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Police: Teen gunman kills student at Oregon school

TROUTDALE, Ore. (AP) — A teen gunman armed with a rifle shot and killed a 14-year-old student Tuesday and injured a teacher before he likely killed himself at a high school in a quiet Columbia River town in Oregon, authorities said.

Alibaba's first US presence 11 Main debuts

NEW YORK (AP) — China's largest e-commerce company is making its first appearance in the U.S. with the debut of, an invite-only online marketplace that showcases small business retailers.

APNewsBreak: Shelly Sterling heads to court

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Shelly Sterling's attorney will be in probate court on Wednesday to seek an emergency order for a hearing so a judge can confirm her authority to sell the Los Angeles Clippers, according to an individual familiar with the matter.

Judge strikes down California teacher tenure

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge struck down tenure and other job protections for California's public school teachers as unconstitutional Tuesday, saying such laws harm students — especially poor and minority ones — by saddling them with bad teachers who are almost impossible to fire.

Vegas gunman made no secret of extreme views

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Jerad Miller was ready to share his anti-government views with just about anyone who would listen, views that telegraphed his desire to kill police officers and his willingness to die for what he hoped would be a revolution against the government.

House Majority Leader Cantor defeated in primary

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — House Majority Leader Eric Cantor was defeated Tuesday by a little-known economics professor in Virginia's Republican primary, a stunning upset and major victory for the tea party.

Police ID victim of Oregon shooting as 14-year-old

TROUTDALE, Ore. (AP) — A teen gunman armed with a rifle shot and killed a student Tuesday and injured a teacher before he likely killed himself at a high school in a quiet Columbia River town in Oregon, authorities said.

Subway strike suspended in Sao Paulo, may hit Rio

SAO PAULO (AP) — With a subway strike put on hold, traffic in Brazil's biggest city returned to its normal, congested nature Tuesday, but there was no guarantee service would be on for Thursday's opening of the World Cup.

Obama has tough love for youth in Tumblr student loan chat

President Barack Obama had some tough love for young people in a discussion on student loans hosted by Tumblr, warning them not to waste time in college and reminding them that they might have to take a job they don’t like to pay off their debts.

Illinois soldier among 5 killed in Afghanistan

A family spokeswoman says a 19-year-old soldier from northern Illinois was among the five troops killed during a friendly-fire incident this week in Afghanistan.

Militants overrun most of major Iraqi city

BAGHDAD (AP) — In a stunning assault that exposed Iraq's eroding central authority, al-Qaida-inspired militants overran much of Mosul on Tuesday, seizing government buildings, pushing out security forces and capturing military vehicles as thousands of residents fled the second-largest city.

Gender politics emerge with Clinton book tour

WASHINGTON (AP) — Gender politics emerged as Hillary Rodham Clinton kicked off a book tour Tuesday that could preview a presidential run when she recalled her refusal to attack Sarah Palin's selection as the Republican vice presidential candidate in 2008.

The O.J. Simpson saga, 20 years later

Two decades over the savage murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman, a look at what happened to key players in the O.J. Simpson drama

Clinton 'dead broke' remark prompts partisan pushback

By Gabriel Debenedetti NEW YORK (Reuters) - Accused of being out of touch after making comments about her finances, likely presidential candidate Hillary Clinton headed for a speaking engagement on Tuesday that could earn her up to $250,000. Clinton's address to food trade groups in Chicago comes as she takes heat for comments that her family was "dead broke" when it left the White House in 2000, despite the considerable income she and former president Bill have earned subsequently along with the luxury real estate assets they have managed to acquire. "Between their million-dollar mansions in New York and Washington and her ridiculously expensive speaking fees, it's clear nobody could be more out of touch than Hillary Clinton," said Republican National Committee spokesman Jahan Wilcox. The fuss over her comments in an ABC News interview released Monday overshadowed the launch in New York on Tuesday of Clinton's latest book, "Hard Choices," seen as a prelude to a campaign for the 2016 presidential election.