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Feds: Witness in 'maternity tourism' case freed on bond

Associated Press

A woman from China has been released on bond after being arrested on suspicion of trying to leave the U.S. while she is a witness in a so-called "maternity tourism" case, federal prosecutors said.

In this Sunday, April 26, 2015 photo, men on a motorbike rush a man who was injured during a crossfire between tribal fighters and Shiite militia known as Houthis, to a hospital, in Taiz, Yemen. The fighting in Taiz between government forces and rebels was heaviest around government and security buildings in the city center, killing some 20 civilians and wounding dozens more, they said, adding that indiscriminately fired mortar rounds hit several private residences and landed near a hospital at one point. (AP Photo/Abdulnasser Alseddik)

Yemen's exiled government declares 3 disaster zones

- Associated Press

Yemen's exiled government on Monday declared three areas in the country engulfed in fighting between Shiite rebels, their allies and pro-government forces as "disaster" zones, including the southern port city of Aden, and said that the month of violence has claimed 1,000 civilian lives.

Elko County fight over fish, forest road resumes in US Court

- Associated Press

A 15-year-old legal battle between a Nevada county, the U.S. government and environmentalists has resumed in Reno where Elko County officials are trying to prove a national forest road belongs to them - not the government - because it existed before the national forest was created more than a century ago.

Review: 'Age of Ultron' is an Avengers overdose

- Associated Press

It will surely stand as one of the most peculiar and possibly ironic entries in a director's filmography that in between Joss Whedon's two "Avengers" films there reads "Much Ado About Nothing": a low-budget, black-and-white Shakespeare adaption sandwiched between two of the most gargantuan blockbusters ever made.