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The kids are all right: Children with 3-way DNA are healthy

The kids are all right: Children with 3-way DNA are healthyMore than 15 years ago, 17 babies were born after an experimental infertility treatment that gave them DNA from three people: Mom, Dad and an egg donor. Now researchers have checked up on how the babies ...

Document: Dog tuxedo bought with Arkansas county credit cardHOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) ? A former county employee in Arkansas has been arrested after prosecutors accused her of using a county credit card to buy personal items including Arkansas Razorbacks tickets and a tuxedo for her dog.
The Latest: Trump says he's entitled to take time for hotel

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during the grand opening of the Trump International Hotel- Old Post Office, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016, in Washington. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The Latest on the U.S. presidential race (all times EDT):

Coming out not a problem for sports fans - poll

A BBC poll has found that 82 percent of the 4,000 sports fans it interviewed said they would not be upset if their club signed a gay playerFurthermore, 50 percent of football fans polled said they had heard homophobic abuse at matches compared to 59% who heard racist abuse while 71 percent said clubs should educate fans on homophobia. Last week, Greg Clarke, chairman of the Football Association, told a House of Commons committee he would not encourage players to come out. Clarke said he was "personally ashamed" there were players who did not feel "safe" to come out, and promised to "stamp down hard" on homophobic behaviour in the game.

Turkish leader threatens more involvement on Syrian border

Police use water cannons against pro-Kurdish Peoples's Democratic Party members as they protest the detention of Gultan Kisanak, Diyarbakir Mayor, and co-mayor Firat Anli, in Diyarbakir, Turkey, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016. Turkish police on Wednesday used tear gas and water cannons to disperse hundreds of demonstrators protesting the detentions of two leading politicians in the largest city in the country's mainly-Kurdish southeast. About a thousand people gathered outside the Diyarbakir municipality to demand the release of Kisanak and Anli, who were taken into custody late Tuesday as part of a terrorism investigation.(AP Photo/Mahmut Bozarslan)ANKARA, Turkey (AP) ? Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened Wednesday to step up his intervention in the conflict along his country's border with Syria, insisting he was determined to oust Syrian Kurdish forces gathering in the region.

Britain cannot have it all in Brexit deal - French agriculture minister

A European Union flag is held in front of the Big Ben clock tower in Parliament Square during a 'March for Europe' demonstration against Britain's decision to leave the European Union, central LondonBritain cannot have it all as it exits the European Union and cannot leave behind the bloc's problems while benefiting from its advantages, French agriculture minister Stephane Le Foll said on Wednesday. "You cannot say when exiting the EU you will keep all the advantages but leave behind anything that doesn't suit you," Le Foll said at a briefing in London before a bilateral meeting with his British counterpart Andrea Leadsom. "It's a choice which results in losing certain advantages which could be taken for granted," said Le Foll, who is also the spokesman for France's Socialist government.

The Latest: Duke says freshman Jayson Tatum has foot sprain

ACC Commissioner John Swofford answers a question during the Atlantic Coast Conference NCAA college basketball media day in Charlotte, N.C., Wednesday, Oct., 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Bob Leverone)CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) ? The Latest from Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball media day on Wednesday (all times local):

Apple weighs on Wall Street; oil down on supply concern

People walk through the lobby of the London Stock Exchange in LondonBy Hilary Russ NEW YORK (Reuters) - Apple's results weighed on U.S. equities on Wednesday after the technology giant posted its first annual revenue decline since 2001, offsetting a boost from Boeing's strong profit, while oil fell more than 1 percent amid concerns of a global glut. Shares of Apple fell as much as 3.7 percent - set for their worst day in six months - after the company said sales of its flagship iPhones fell for the third quarter in a row. Excluding Apple, earnings are expected to rise 2.9 percent.

Not 'patient zero': the origins of US AIDS epidemic

AIDS, which has claimed more than 650,000 lives in the United States in over four decades, jumped from the Caribbean to New York City around 1970, researchers reported in the journal NatureA labelling error and reckless media hype in the 1980s led to unjustly branding a gay airline employee as "Patient Zero" in the US AIDS epidemic, scientific and historical sleuthing detailed Wednesday. The deadly virus, which has claimed more than 650,000 lives in the United States in over four decades, jumped from the Caribbean to New York City around 1970, researchers reported in the journal Nature. A 33-year old blood sample analysed with new techniques proves once-and-for-all that the man posthumously vilified as the American HIV epicentre, Gaetan Dugas, was simply one of the disease's many victims.

Islamic State takes hostages deeper towards Mosul as Iraqi forces advanceFor two years he had prayed he would again see the family he had left behind when his village near Mosul was overrun by Islamic State while he was off on deployment. Last week he learned from other advancing Iraqi forces who reached his home village that they had arrived too late to protect his family. Fleeing militants had taken them hostage and were bringing them deeper towards Mosul to use as human shields.