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FILE - In this Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014 file photo, Indian Sikh protesters shout slogans and burn tires during a protest against Congress party leader Rahul Gandhi for his recent remark on the country's 1984 anti-Sikh riots, in Jammu, India. India has blocked the release of a film on the assassination of former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, Rahul's grandmother, saying it glorifies her killers and could trigger violent protests, officials said Friday, Aug. 22, 2014. India's film certification board said the film glorified the two Sikh bodyguards who killed Gandhi to avenge her suppression of an insurgency that culminated in an army assault on the Golden Temple, Sikhism's holiest shrine. (AP Photo/Channi Anand, File)

India blocks film on Indira Gandhi assassination

- Associated Press

India has blocked the release of a film on the assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, saying it glorifies her killers and could trigger violent protests, officials said Friday.

Michigan native set to bike for suicide prevention

- Associated Press

Mike Famiano will wheel his 10-year Allez bicycle out of his Wisconsin garage. He'll make a final check - fiddling, strapping, cinching - fasten his helmet and hit the road. This 1,100 mile circumnavigation around Lake Michigan forms a physical widening of the Traverse City native's circle of caring.

Ebola victim Dr. Kent Brantly, right, hugs a member of the medical staff that treated him, after being released from Emory University Hospital Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, in Atlanta. Another American aid worker, Nancy Writebol, who was also infected with the Ebola virus, was released from the hospital Tuesday. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

American Ebola doc urges help fighting outbreak

- Associated Press

As one of few Ebola survivors with medical expertise, Dr. Kent Brantly seems keenly aware of the position his painful experience has put him in. He hasn't spoken yet about his plans, but spent much of his first public appearance pleading for help for countries still struggling with the virus.

File-This Dec. 5, 2014 file photo shows a grizzly bear roams his pen, at Denver Zoo. In forty years, the U.S. government has spent billions of dollars trying to save some 1,500 species deemed endangered. House Republicans say that's translated into just 2 percent of protected species being recovered, and they want to overhaul the Endangered Species Act. Environmentalists and many Democrats credit the act with saving species from extinction.  (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley,File)

Feds weigh moving grizzlies into Washington

- Associated Press

The National Park Service said Thursday it will consider moving grizzly bears into the North Cascade Mountains of Washington state to aid their recovery.

Pittsburgh Steelers' LeGarrette Blount (27) is tackled by Philadelphia Eagles' Trent Cole (58) and others during the first half of an NFL preseason football game, Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Michael Perez)

Bell, Blount play after arrest, Steelers lose

- Associated Press

Steelers running backs Le'Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount played in a preseason game one day after they were arrested for marijuana possession.

Beady new CEO at Miss. Food Network

Associated Press

Charles H. Beady Jr., the former president of The Piney Woods School, is the new CEO of the Mississippi Food Network.

Coroner: Illinois student dies of heart disease

Associated Press

The St. Clair County coroner says southwest Illinois junior high school student who died after suffering a medical emergency during a basketball practice had heart disease.

Democrats reframe debate on health care

- Associated Press

President Barack Obama's unpopular health care law is losing some of its political punch as vulnerable Democrats see it as less of an election-year minus and Republicans increasingly talk about fixing it instead of repealing.

Project Search helps Kansas adults find jobs

- Associated Press

The transition from the safe environment of high school to the realities of the working world can be rough for anyone, but add a developmental disability and the road to the real world can be that much bumpier.

Cancer-stricken Cooper leads Dream into playoffs

- Associated Press

Michael Cooper remembers the day well. The sun was shining bright, yet the notorious Atlanta heat wasn't too stifling. The sky was a brilliant blue, speckled with only a few puffy white clouds.

Arab museum creates eclectic concert series

Associated Press

The Arab American National Museum in Michigan is launching an eclectic, diverse concert series featuring multimedia and spoken word, Arabic classical and folk, Native American hip-hop and Afro-Cuban-infused jazz fusion.