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NYC firefighter stages dramatic rescue in fatal blaze

Members of the Red Cross assist people gathering on a city bus Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016, after fleeing the area from a fire at an apartment building on the Upper East Side in New York. The flames quickly spread throughout the building and, at one point, were shooting out the roof, sending burning embers onto nearby buildings. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle)NEW YORK (AP) ? As roaring flames consumed an apartment building in New York City early Thursday, a firefighter dangling from a rope plucked a trapped person from a window on the fifth floor and safely lowered him to the ground.

US jobless claims fall, in line with low trend

The US economy has steadily created jobs in recent months despite low productivityWashington (AFP) - US claims for unemployment fell slightly in the third week of October, in keeping with a steady trend of low levels, according to Labor Department figures released Thursday.

Somalia's al-Shabab in comeback as Ethiopia pulls troops

FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011 file photo, hundreds of newly trained al-Shabab fighters perform military exercises in the Lafofe area some 18 km south of Mogadishu, in Somalia. Somalia's Islamic extremist rebels, al-Shabab, are making a comeback in 2016, having recently seized four towns and attacked a guesthouse in neighboring Kenya, killing 12. (AP Photo/Farah Abdi Warsameh, File)MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) ? Somalia's Islamic extremists, al-Shabab, appear to be making a comeback, having recently seized four towns and attacked a guesthouse in neighboring Kenya, killing 12.

The Latest: UN will try again to evacuate Aleppo wounded

This frame grab from video provided by Muaz al-Shami, Syrian Revolution Network, an opposition activist media organization, that is consistent with independent AP reporting, shows a child on a hospital bed, with a bandage around his head after airstrikes killed over 20 people, in the northern rebel-held village of Hass, Syria, Wednesday, Oct 26, 2016. A team of first responders, the Syrian Civil Defense in Idlib, said at least 50 were wounded in the raids that used parachute mines, targeting the residential area and schools in the village of Hass. Most of those killed were children, the group said on its Facebook page. (Muaz al-Shami, Syrian Revolution Network, via AP)BEIRUT (AP) ? The Latest on the conflict in Syria (all times local):

Fox's Megyn Kelly to guest-host 'Live' day after electionNEW YORK (AP) ? She may be a little bleary-eyed, but Fox News' Megyn Kelly is booked to co-host the morning talk show "Live" with Kelly Ripa on the day after the election.
Sotheby's to auction Rockwell painting on 1944 electionNEW YORK (AP) ? A painting by Norman Rockwell that depicts the undecided voter sentiment during the 1944 presidential election ? much like the 2016 race ? will be the highlight of an auction of American art in New York.
Yazidi survivors of IS torture win EU's Sakharov prize

Nadia Murad (left) has become a figurehead for the effort to protect the Yazidi community after having survived a nightmare captivity at the hands of the Islamic State groupTwo Yazidi women who survived a nightmare ordeal of kidnapping, rape and slavery at the hands of Islamic State jihadists won the European Parliament's prestigious Sakharov human rights prize on Thursday. Nadia Murad and Lamia Haji Bashar have become figureheads for the effort to protect the Yazidis, followers of an ancient religion with more than half a million believers concentrated in northern Iraq. "They have a painful and tragic story" but "they felt compelled to survive to bear witness," European Parliament chief Martin Schulz told the assembly in Strasbourg.

U.S. business spending tepid; labor market firming

A worker solders a circuit board at the manufacturing facility of VAS, an Electronics manufacturer in San DiegoBy Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New orders for U.S. manufactured capital goods unexpectedly fell in September amid weak demand for computers and electronic products, which could temper expectations for an acceleration in business spending in the fourth quarter. Other data on Thursday showed a drop in the number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits last week, pointing to sustained labor market strength and firming economic growth. The Commerce Department said non-defense capital goods orders excluding aircraft, a closely watched proxy for business spending plans, fell 1.2 percent after three straight months of strong gains.

US goods orders dip in September with investment down

In this April 6, 2016, photograph, a technician works on a door assembly for a Nissan Altima on the assembly line at the Nissan Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant in Canton, Miss. Orders for big-ticket manufactured goods dipped slightly in September as a key category that tracks business investment fell by the largest amount in seven months, the Commerce Department said Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)WASHINGTON (AP) ? Orders for big-ticket manufactured goods dipped slightly in September as a key category that tracks business investment fell by the largest amount in seven months.

Volkswagen raises earnings outlook as it returns to profit

FILE - In this Oct. 5, 2015, file photo, the VW sign of Germany's Volkswagen car company is displayed at the building of a company's retailer in Berlin. Volkswagen is scheduled to present its third quarter figures Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber, File)FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) ? Volkswagen raised its sales and earnings outlook Thursday after bouncing back to a profit of 2.34 billion euros ($2.55 billion) in the third quarter from a large loss a year earlier, when it took a big charge from its car emissions scandal.