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US official: 50,000 Islamic State militants killed to date

FILE - In this Dec. 7, 2016 file photo, Iraqis from the Yazidi community inspect their house that was badly damaged by Islamic State fighters, during their occupation of Bashiqa, east of Mosul, Iraq. U.S.-led coalition has killed 50,000 Islamic State militants in the last two years in Iraq and Syria, a senior U.S. military official said Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016, describing a conservative total that is a bit larger than what others have stated before. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban, File)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The U.S.-led coalition has killed 50,000 Islamic State militants in the last two years in Iraq and Syria, a senior U.S. military official said Thursday, describing a conservative total that is a bit larger than what others have stated before.



Former U.S. astronaut, Senator John Glenn dies in Ohio at 95

Astronaut and U.S. Senator John Glenn poses for his official NASA photoJohn Glenn, who became one of the 20th century's greatest explorers as the first American to orbit Earth and later as the world's oldest astronaut, in addition to a long career as a U.S. senator, died on Thursday at age of 95. Glenn, the last surviving member of the original seven American "Right Stuff" Mercury astronauts, died at the James Cancer Hospital at Ohio State University, said Hank Wilson, a spokesman at the university's John Glenn College of Public Affairs, which Glenn helped found. Glenn was credited with reviving U.S. pride after the Soviet Union's early domination of manned space exploration.



Russia says Aleppo combat suspended, residents say no let-up

In this Monday, Dec. 5, 2016 photo, a Syrian girl walks amid the wreckage of damaged buildings and shops in the western city of Aleppo, Syria. Aleppo shakes with explosions and gunfire day and night in both the government and rebel sides. But for supporters of President Bashar Assad at least, there is comfort in the growing sense of imminent victory in the city. A rebel defeat in Aleppo, Syria?s largest city and former commercial center, is likely to reverberate across the war-torn country, where opposition forces continue to hold out in smaller, more disconnected areas. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)BEIRUT (AP) ? Russia said the Syrian army was suspending combat operations in Aleppo late Thursday to allow for the evacuation of civilians from besieged rebel-held neighborhoods, but residents and fighters reported no let-up in the bombing and shelling campaign on the opposition's ever-shrinking enclave.



Viewership dips for NBC's live showing of 'Hairspray'NEW YORK (AP) ? NBC's live presentation of the musical "Hairspray" reached 9 million viewers, making it the least-watched of the four musicals it has aired, starting when the 2013 presentation of "The Sound of Music" created a sensation.
Bach: Olympic bid process needs to change; 'too many losers'

International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach, from Germany speaks during a press conference after the executive board meeting of the International Olympic Committee, in Lausanne, Switzerland, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) ? Signaling a potential radical change in the way Olympic host cities are chosen, IOC President Thomas Bach wants to revise the bidding process because it "produces too many losers."



Yields rise, euro dips as ECB trims bond purchases

Traders work on the floor of the NYSEBond yields rose and the euro dipped on Thursday after the European Central Bank said it would prolong its bond purchase program but surprised investors by scaling back on how much it will spend each month. The euro saw its biggest one-day percentage drop against the dollar since June after the ECB said it would reduce its bond buying program to 60 billion euros a month from 80 billion, but extended it from April to December 2017. ECB President Mario Draghi said it was not an outright winding-down of quantitative easing (QE) but this did not completely reassure fixed income investors.



The Latest: Hillary Clinton calls fake news a 'danger'The Latest on the final days of the congressional session (all times EST): ___ 4:40 p.m. Hillary Clinton says fake news is an "epidemic" and "a danger that must be addressed and addressed ...
Attorney: Dylann Roof's mom had heart attack during trial

Attorney: Dylann Roof's mom had heart attack during trialDylann Roof's mother suffered a heart attack not long after prosecutors described how her son planned a cold and calculated killing of nine black church members in a racially motivated attack, the white ...



Colleges pushed to note sexual misconduct on transcriptsKANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) ? Colleges that expel students whom they suspect of having committed sexual assault are being asked to go further by specifying the reason for expulsion on their transcripts.
House passes stopgap measure as senators raise objections

House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis. talks with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of Calif. on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016. A day ahead of a government shutdown deadline, Congress scrambled to wrap-up unfinished business, voting decisively to send President Barack Obama a defense policy bill but facing obstacles on a stopgap spending measure. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The House on Thursday cleared bills to keep the government running through April and authorize hundreds of water projects, but a Senate fight over benefits for retired coal miners threatened to lead to a government shutdown this weekend.