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Group urges EU to accept far more asylum seekers than 20,000

Migrants wait to disembark from the Italian Navy corvette Sfinge at the Augusta harbor, near Siracusa, Sicily, Italy, Thursday, May 21, 2015. (AP Photo/Carmelo Imbesi)BRUSSELS (AP) ? The world's leading migration group is urging the European Union to accept far more asylum seekers than the 20,000 it has planned to take under a new EU scheme to resettle people in need of protection.



Author of Pamela Smart-inspired book asks for her parole

FILE - Pamela Smart is seen in this file image taken from video courtesy of WMUR television of Manchester, N.H. at the corrections facility in Bedford Hills, N.Y. Joyce Maynard, whose book ?To Die For? was inspired by the Pamela Smart case is asking Gov. Maggie Hassan that Smart, sentenced to life for being an accomplice to the murder of her husband, be considered for parole. Smart is serving life without parole after being convicted of plotting the 1990 murder of Gregory Smart. She denied planning her husband?s murder. (WMUR Television via AP, File)CONCORD, N.H. (AP) ? A woman whose book "To Die For" was inspired by the case of Pamela Smart, who plotted with her teenage lover to kill her husband, is asking the governor to consider parole.



Amtrak to install long-sought cameras in locomotivesWASHINGTON (AP) ? Amtrak says it will install video cameras inside locomotive cabs that record the actions of train engineers. The move follows a deadly derailment earlier this month in which investigators are searching for clues to the train engineer's actions just before the crash.
Texas flooding overwhelms popular bed-and-breakfast region

Shelly Guzal and her son, Grant, 17, stand by the Blanco River by where an A-frame house owned by the Carey family once stood in Wimberley, Texas, Monday, May 25, 2015. Corpus Christi resident Jonathan McComb, 36, and his family were guest in the house when it was swept away by floodwaters Saturday night. McComb was able to escape but his wife, Laura, 33, and their children, Leighton, 4 and Andrew, 6, are missing. (Jerry Lara/The San Antonio Express-News via AP)WIMBERLEY, Texas (AP) ? The vacation house where two families were to spend Memorial Day weekend was already gone, swept down the swollen Blanco River, when Carissa Smith's husband arrived.



The Latest on flooding: 3 people dead in Harris County

Motorists are stranded along I-45 along North Main in Houston after storms flooded the area, Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Overnight heavy rains caused flooding closing some portions of major highways in the Houston area. (Cody Duty/Houston Chronicle via AP)10:04 a.m.



US home prices rose at steady pace in March from year ago

FILE - In this Monday, March 17, 2014, file photo, a woman walks across the street from the Venn on Market apartment and condominium building in San Francisco. U.S. home prices rose at a steady pace in March, pushed higher by a limited supply of houses for sale, according to the Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller 20-city home price index released Tuesday, May 26, 2015. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File)WASHINGTON (AP) ? U.S. home prices rose at a steady pace in March, pushed higher by a limited supply of houses for sale.



Captured video appears to show foreign fighters in Nigeria's Boko Haram

An armoured tank is seen abandoned along a road in Bazza town, after the Nigerian military recaptured it from Boko Haram, in Adamawa stateBy Julia Payne ABUJA (Reuters) - Video footage found in captured Boko Haram camps by Nigeria's military and seen by Reuters seems to give some of the clearest indication that foreign fighters hold positions of power within the Nigerian Islamist militant group. The distinctive Mandara mountain range can be seen in the background.



The Latest: Toni says confidence, not shots, is the problem

Spain's Rafael Nadal returns in the first round match of the French Open tennis tournament against Quentin Halys of France at the Roland Garros stadium, in Paris, France, Tuesday, May 26, 2015. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)PARIS (AP) ? The Latest from the French Open:



Charter to buy Time Warner Cable in new mega-deal

Charter Communications is acquiring rival Time Warner Cable in a deal valued at $78.7 billionCharter Communications announced Tuesday it is acquiring rival Time Warner Cable to create a powerful new player in the US pay TV and broadband sector. The deal worth $55.3 billion plus debt comes weeks after Comcast abandoned a bid for TWC in the face of opposition from US antitrust regulators. The merger, which also needs regulatory approval, would create a major new rival for Comcast, whose plan for TWC drew fierce opposition from consumer groups and fueled fears of creating a dominant player in the broadband Internet market.



Actor Omar Sharif suffering from Alzheimer's - agent

Actor Omar Sharif attends a charity auction held by the Federation Fund in MoscowBy Edward Baran LONDON (Reuters) - Acting legend Omar Sharif, best known for his title role as Doctor Zhivago in the Oscar-winning film, is suffering from Alzheimer's disease, his agent said on Tuesday. The 83-year-old Sharif, whose films also include "Lawrence of Arabia" and "Funny Girl" opposite Barbra Streisand, is being cared for by his son. "Omar is suffering from Alzheimer's. I don't know much else," said Steven Kenis, the actor's agent.