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AP Top Headlines At 1:03 p.m. EST

AP Top Headlines At 1:03 p.m. EST

1 - Ferguson protests dwindle as businesses regroup
2 - A glance at Ferguson: Then, now and the future
3 - 10 Things to See: A week of top AP photos
4 - OPEC keeps oil output on hold despite low prices
5 - Americans mark Thanksgiving with parades, turkey
6 - Ferguson grand jury papers full of inconsistencies
7 - Mubarak verdict due, but Egyptians' interest wanes
8 - Ebola aid dogged by coordination lags in Guinea
9 - Queen of crime writing PD James dies aged 94
10 - Lab-coated Muggles use Harry Potter to study brain
1 - Ferguson protests dwindle as businesses regroup

ST. LOUIS (AP) -- As demonstrations in California heated up overnight, the robust protests in Ferguson dwindled in size and severity as Thanksgiving approached, a change from the days immediately following the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case....

11/27/2014 10:37:53 AM

2 - A glance at Ferguson: Then, now and the future

ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Thanksgiving eve brought relative quiet to Ferguson, with protests drawing the smallest crowd a grand jury's decision not to indict a white police officer in the death of Michael Brown, a black 18-year-old....

11/27/2014 10:44:20 AM

3 - 10 Things to See: A week of top AP photos

Here's your look at highlights from the weekly AP photo report, a gallery featuring a mix of front-page photography, the odd image you might have missed and lasting moments our editors think you should see....

11/27/2014 12:21:45 PM

4 - OPEC keeps oil output on hold despite low prices

VIENNA (AP) -- Facing few options to reverse plunging oil prices, OPEC oil ministers decided Thursday to keep their production target on hold, a move that is likely to push the market even lower at a time of already high supply....

11/27/2014 12:30:49 PM

5 - Americans mark Thanksgiving with parades, turkey

NEW YORK (AP) -- Turkey, stuffing and a helium-filled Thomas the Tank Engine are on the menu as friends and families gather across the United States to celebrate Thanksgiving....

11/27/2014 12:15:46 PM

6 - Ferguson grand jury papers full of inconsistencies

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) -- Some witnesses said Michael Brown had been shot in the back. Another said he was face-down on the ground when Officer Darren Wilson "finished him off." Still others acknowledged changing their stories to fit published details about the autopsy or admitted that they did not see the shooting at all....

11/27/2014 11:10:08 AM

7 - Mubarak verdict due, but Egyptians' interest wanes

CAIRO (AP) -- Amal Shaker's 25-year-old son Ahmed was fatally shot in the back on the "Friday of Rage," one of the bloodiest days of Egypt's 2011 uprising against longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nearly four years later, she is still waiting for justice....

11/27/2014 11:39:57 AM

8 - Ebola aid dogged by coordination lags in Guinea

CONAKRY, Guinea (AP) -- Eight months into West Africa's Ebola outbreak, officials and medical aid providers say that aid efforts in Guinea still suffer from poor coordination, hampering deployments of international support to help quell the virus....

11/27/2014 12:27:44 PM

9 - Queen of crime writing PD James dies aged 94

LONDON (AP) -- P.D. James took the classic British detective story into tough modern terrain, complete with troubled relationships and brutal violence, and never accepted that crime writing was second-class literature....

11/27/2014 10:09:47 AM

10 - Lab-coated Muggles use Harry Potter to study brain

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Harry Potter swoops around on his broom, faces the bully Malfoy and later runs into a three-headed dog. For scientists studying brain activity while reading, it's the perfect excerpt from the young wizard's many adventures to give their subjects....

11/27/2014 3:21:45 AM


 

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