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The CraveCast celebrates half a century of Star Trek

The CraveCast celebrates half a century of Star Trek With so many galaxies to explore, it shouldn't be a surprise the USS Enterprise and the rest of Starfleet are still at it 50 years later. Our crew chats about Star Trek's past, present and future today at noon PT.


Philadelphia police officer injured in Bustleton crash

Philadelphia police officer injured in Bustleton crash A Philadelphia police officer has been injured after crashing his cruiser into another car.


One dead, dozens wounded in Thai deep south car bomb: police

Thai security forces patrol on a highway in Thailand's restive southern province of Narathiwat A large car bomb blew up outside a hotel in Thailand's insurgency-plagued southern region late Tuesday, killing one and wounding more than 30 people, some of them critically, police said. Although the area is not popular with tourists, the country has been on edge since a string of small but coordinated explosions earlier this month struck resort towns further north, heightening concerns that Thailand's southern insurgency may have spread after years of stalled peace talks. The latest bomb struck shortly before midnight outside a hotel on the outskirts of Pattani, one of three Muslim majority southern provinces that have been battered by the 12-year insurgency.


One dead, dozens wounded in Thai deep south car bomb: police

Thai security forces patrol on a highway in Thailand's restive southern province of Narathiwat A large car bomb blew up outside a hotel in Thailand's insurgency-plagued southern region late Tuesday, killing one and wounding more than 30 people, some of them critically, police said. Although the area is not popular with tourists, the country has been on edge since a string of small but coordinated explosions earlier this month struck resort towns further north, heightening concerns that Thailand's southern insurgency may have spread after years of stalled peace talks. The latest bomb struck shortly before midnight outside a hotel on the outskirts of Pattani, one of three Muslim majority southern provinces that have been battered by the 12-year insurgency.


Stanford judge reignites debate after leaving other sex case

FILE - This June 27, 2011 file photo shows Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky, who drew criticism for sentencing former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner to only six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman. The California judge has recused himself from making his first key decision in another sex case. The Mercury News reported Monday, Aug. 22, 2016 that Persky filed a statement saying that some people might doubt that he could be impartial. The judge is the target of a recall campaign after he sentenced a former Stanford swimmer to six months in jail for sexually assaulting an intoxicated woman. (Jason Doiy/The Recorder via AP, File) SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Northern California judge who sentenced a former Stanford University swimmer to six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman reignited debate Tuesday about his ability to serve on the bench after removing himself from a separate sex-crimes case.


Asian stocks consolidate after Wall Street gains, oil slips

A man stands next to an electronic board showing stock prices in Tokyo By Saikat Chatterjee HONG KONG (Reuters) - Asian stocks consolidated a recent run of gains on Wednesday, helped by Wall Street's rise overnight, even as oil prices slid on trade data showing a surprise build-up in U.S. crude stocks. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan eased 0.1 percent in early trades. It has risen more than 14 percent since late June to hit a 1-year high last week. Futures prices showed Australian shares were poised to edge higher on Wednesday while New Zealand stocks slipped after a recent rally. U.S. ...


Mexican gov't takes over train line long used by migrants

FILE - In this July 12, 2014, file photo, a young migrant girl waits for a freight train to depart on her way to the U.S. border, in Ixtepec, Mexico. In a report released Monday, Aug. 21, 2016, the UN children's agency said that thousands of children trying to escape gang violence and poverty in Central America have made their way to the United States this year and there is no sign that the flow is letting up. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo, File) MEXICO CITY (AP) — The Mexican government says it is taking control of a battered rail line long used by Central American migrants heading north toward the United States.


North Korea test fires sub-launched missile

A submarine ballistic missile is launched at an undisclosed location in North Korea on April 23, 2016 North Korea conducted an apparently successful submarine-launched missile test on Wednesday, days after threatening a nuclear strike in retaliation at the start of large-scale South Korea-US military exercises. A statement from South Korea's military Joint Chiefs of Staff said the missile, launched in the early morning from a submarine in the East Sea (Sea of Japan), flew around 500 kilometres (310 miles) -- a substantial improvement on similar tests in the past. The launch came at a time of escalating cross-border tensions after tens of thousands of South Korean and US troops kicked off their annual "Ulchi Freedom" military exercise on Monday.


North Korea test fires sub-launched missile

A submarine ballistic missile is launched at an undisclosed location in North Korea on April 23, 2016 North Korea conducted an apparently successful submarine-launched missile test on Wednesday, days after threatening a nuclear strike in retaliation at the start of large-scale South Korea-US military exercises. A statement from South Korea's military Joint Chiefs of Staff said the missile, launched in the early morning from a submarine in the East Sea (Sea of Japan), flew around 500 kilometres (310 miles) -- a substantial improvement on similar tests in the past. The launch came at a time of escalating cross-border tensions after tens of thousands of South Korean and US troops kicked off their annual "Ulchi Freedom" military exercise on Monday.


OAS rights' commission asks protection for Guatemala judge

GUATEMALA CITY (AP) — The Inter-American Human Rights Commission is calling on Guatemala's government to provide protection for a judge involved in high-profile anti-corruption cases.

Expert: Low-tech A/C reducing heat on Louisiana death row

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — An expert appointed by a federal judge has testified that a portable air conditioner consisting of an ice chest, a fan and an air duct has a high potential for helping drop the extreme heat indexes on Louisiana's death row that threaten three ailing condemned killers.

Japan PM says North Korea missile launch 'unforgivable', threat to security

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Wednesday North Korea's latest missile launch was "unforgivable" and posed a grave threat to Japan's security, adding his government had lodged a stern protest against its isolated neighbor. "This poses a grave threat to Japan's security, and is an unforgivable act that damages regional peace and stability markedly," Abe told reporters at the prime minister's residence. North Korea fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile off its east coast early on Wednesday, South Korea's military said, the latest in a string of missile launches in defiance of UN Security Council resolutions.

Many donors to Clinton Foundation met with her at State

FILE - In this Aug. 16, 2016 file photo, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks in Philadelphia. More than half the people outside the government who met with Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state gave money, either personally or through companies or groups, to the Clinton Foundation. It's an extraordinary proportion indicating her possible ethics challenges if elected president. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File) WASHINGTON (AP) — More than half the people outside the government who met with Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state gave money — either personally or through companies or groups — to the Clinton Foundation. It's an extraordinary proportion indicating her possible ethics challenges if elected president.


In latest hedge, Trump says immigration laws can be softened

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Donald Trump suggested Tuesday that he is open to "softening" laws dealing with immigrants in the country illegally, the latest sign that the Republican presidential nominee is considering easing the hardline stance he has taken since the beginning of his campaign.

18-Year-Old Charged With Rape Will Not Go to Jail

18-Year-Old Charged With Rape Will Not Go to Jail David Becker was given two years of probation instead.


Wife sentenced for killing 1984 Olympic bronze medalist

VENTURA, Calif. (AP) — The wife of a 1984 Olympic medalist was sentenced to a potential life sentence on Tuesday for shooting him in what she claimed was self-defense following years of abuse.

Bomb blasts kill one, wound 30 in southern Thailand: police

One Thai person was killed and 30 wounded when two bombs exploded late on Tuesday near a hotel in the southern Thai coastal town of Pattani, police said, less than two weeks after a series of unexplained blasts hit the south. The first blast in a parking lot behind the Southern Hotel caused no casualties, Police Lieutenant Colonel Winyu Tiamraj told Reuters on Wednesday. "The second explosion came from a truck parked at the hotel entrance, opposite a karaoke bar and a massage parlor, resulting in one death and 30 injuries," he said.  The blasts came less than two weeks after a series of explosions hit three of Thailand's most popular tourist resorts and a town in the south of the country, killing four people and wounding dozens.

Double joy as mother of only giant panda twins in U.S. pregnant again

Giant Panda Lun Lun relaxes as her twin panda cubs Mei Lun and Mei Huan sleep at her feet at the Atlanta Zoo By David Beasley ATLANTA (Reuters) - The mother of the only giant panda twins in the United States may soon deliver a second set of twins, Zoo Atlanta said on Tuesday, capping off an eventful month for lovers of the fluffy black and white bears across the globe. Three years ago, mother bear Lun Lun gave birth to female cubs Mei Lun and Mei Huan, who are still at the Georgia zoo but could be returned this fall to China, which owns them, zoo spokeswoman Rachel Davis said. An ultrasound on Monday confirmed that Lun Lun, who turns 19 years old on Thursday, is once again pregnant with twins, the zoo said.


Experts: Mexico storms led to deaths of millions of monarchs

FILE - In this Nov. 12, 2015, file photo, a guide holds up a damaged and dying butterfly at the monarch butterfly reserve in Piedra Herrada, Mexico State, Mexico. Storms caused a big spike in the number of trees blown down or lost to heavy branch damage in forests where migrating monarch butterflies spend the winter in central Mexico, experts reported Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2016. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell, File) MEXICO CITY (AP) — Storms earlier this year blew down more than a hundred acres of forests where migrating monarch butterflies spend the winter in central Mexico, killing more than 7 percent of the monarchs, experts reported Tuesday.


US military condemns North Korea missile launch 'provocation'

Underwater test-fire of a strategic submarine ballistic missile, taking place at an undisclosed location in North Korea, in April 2016 The US military confirmed that North Korea has test-fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile, condemning the hermit state's latest "provocation" and vowing to raise concerns at the United Nations. US Strategic Command said the launch of what was believed to be a KN-11 missile off the coast of Sinpo, North Korea, "did not pose a threat to North America," citing analysis by the North American Aerospace Defense Command. The missile, launched at 2029 GMT Tuesday (4:59 am Wednesday local time), fell into the Sea of Japan some 300 miles (480 kilometers) off the coast of North Korea.


Samsung Electronics says Galaxy Note 7 demand beats supply

A model poses for photographs with a Galaxy Note 7 new smartphone during its launching ceremony in Seoul Tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Wednesday stronger-than-expected demand for the new Galaxy Note 7 is causing supply constraints globally, suggesting strong initial sales for the premium device. "As pre-order results for the Galaxy Note 7 have far exceeded our estimates, its release date in some markets has been adjusted," Samsung told Reuters in a statement. The world's top smartphone maker is betting the new premium device will help the business maintain sales and earnings momentum in the second half even as rivals such as Apple Inc prepare to launch new devices in the coming months.


Seoul: North Korea fires submarine-launched missile

South Korean police officers wearing gas masks conduct an anti-terror drill as part of Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercise, at Yoido Subway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016. South Korea and the United States began annual military drills Monday despite North Korea's threat of nuclear strikes in response to the exercises that it calls an invasion rehearsal. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon) SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea on Wednesday fired a ballistic missile from a submarine into the sea in an apparent protest against the start of annual South Korea-U.S. military drills, Seoul's military said.


3 injured after taxi jumps curb, strikes shoe shine stand

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Authorities say three people are critically injured Tuesday after a taxi jumped a curb and plowed into an advertising kiosk and a shoe shine stand at a busy corner in downtown San Francisco.

Top Asian News 12:02 a.m. GMT

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea on Wednesday fired a ballistic missile from a submarine into the sea in an apparent protest against the start of annual South Korea-U.S. military drills, Seoul's military said. The missile fired from a submarine off the eastern coastal town of Sinpo flew about 500 kilometers (310 miles), the longest flight of a North Korean submarine-launched missile, Seoul's Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement. U.S. Strategic Command said it had tracked the North Korean submarine launch of the presumed KN-11 missile over and into the Sea of Japan. North Korea fired two other missiles from submarines earlier this year but they were believed to have exploded in midair after flying several or 30 kilometers (18 miles), according to South Korean defense officials.

Federal judge: Doig didn't create disputed painting

This undated photo provided by Bartlow Gallery, Ltd. shows a painting of a landscape that was once valued at more than $10 million. A federal judge in Chicago is set to issue a verdict in a peculiar civil trial over a celebrated Scottish-born artist's insistence that he did not paint the landscape work. The painting's owner maintains that the painting of the desert landscape, which he paid $100 for in the ’70s, is by Scottish-born Peter Doig. (Bartlow Gallery, Ltd. via AP) CHICAGO (AP) — A U.S. judge said Tuesday that a celebrated artist was right when he insisted he didn't paint a work now owned by a retired prison worker, a finding that likely ensures the artwork will now be worth a fraction of the previous estimated value of $10 million or more.


Kansas asks U.S. appeals court to reinstate strict voter ID rule

Kansas Secretary of State Kobach talks about the Kansas voter ID law in his Topeka, Kansas office Kansas on Tuesday asked a U.S. appeals court to reinstate rules requiring proof of U.S. citizenship from people registering to vote, the latest political battle over stringent identification laws enacted in Republican-led states ahead of the 2016 presidential election. Judge Julie Robinson ordered those people to be re-registered. Kansas' law is one of the strictest voter identification statutes in the country, making the state a symbol for mostly Republican Party supporters who say the rules are meant to prevent voter fraud.


Cher insults Trump, with gusto, at Clinton fundraiser

Singer and actress Cher stops to talk to media as she leaves a fundraiser for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum in Provincetown, Mass., Sunday, Aug. 21, 2016. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Entertainer Cher unloaded a freewheeling barrage of insults at Donald Trump during a private fundraiser for Hillary Clinton, comparing him to Hitler and saying he reminded her of the actress who played a murdering child in the film, "The Bad Seed."


Iran interested in proposed Chinese-built canal in Nicaragua

Iran's chancellor Mohammad Javad Zarif (C) is welcomed by the Nicaraguan Foreign Affairs Minister Samuel Santos (L) in Managua, Nicaragua on August 23, 2016 Iranian firms want to participate in the construction of a massive canal across Nicaragua that a Chinese company has vowed to build, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif said Wednesday. Representatives of private Iranian construction companies accompanying Zarif on a visit to Nicaragua's capital discussed the possibility of getting a slice of the $50 billion project, the minister told a news conference. Iran has enjoyed good relations with Nicaragua, one of the poorest states in the Americas, and particularly its leftwing president, former rebel Daniel Ortega, who returned to power in 2007.


Iran interested in proposed Chinese-built canal in Nicaragua

Iran's chancellor Mohammad Javad Zarif (C) is welcomed by the Nicaraguan Foreign Affairs Minister Samuel Santos (L) in Managua, Nicaragua on August 23, 2016 Iranian firms want to participate in the construction of a massive canal across Nicaragua that a Chinese company has vowed to build, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif said Wednesday. Representatives of private Iranian construction companies accompanying Zarif on a visit to Nicaragua's capital discussed the possibility of getting a slice of the $50 billion project, the minister told a news conference. Iran has enjoyed good relations with Nicaragua, one of the poorest states in the Americas, and particularly its leftwing president, former rebel Daniel Ortega, who returned to power in 2007.


Factbox: Sarkozy book sets out his presidential comeback platform

Nicolas Sarkozy will run for president in 2017, hoping to return as France's head of state after being unseated in 2012 by the now deeply unpopular Francois Hollande. Sarkozy will join more than a dozen contenders vying for the Les Republicains ticket in primaries, where former prime minister Alain Juppe will be his strongest rival. Below are some key points from his policy platform outlined in a new book "Everything for France".

Nicaraguan teacher arrested for helping Congo immigrant

MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — Police in Nicaragua have arrested a schoolteacher for allegedly aiding a migrant from the African nation of Congo to cross the border along with her baby.

FBI investigates attack; suspect shouted 'Allahu akbar'

This undated booking photo released by the Western Virginia Regional Jail, shows Wasil Farooqui. The FBI is investigating a stabbing in Virginia in which Farooqui allegedly shouted "Allahu akbar" while attacking a man and woman. The 20-year-old Farooqui is charged with two counts of aggravated malicious wounding and is being held without bond at the Western Virginia Regional Jail. Online court records did not list an attorney. (Western Virginia Regional Jail via AP) ROANOKE, Va. (AP) — A man shouting "Allahu akbar" repeatedly stabbed and seriously injured a man and woman in Virginia after hearing voices telling him to attack someone, authorities said.


All aflutter: Extreme weather threatens Mexico's monarchs

A monarch butterfly clings to a plant at the Monarch Grove Sanctuary in Pacific Grove By Natalie Schachar and Alizeh Kohari MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Heavy storms earlier this year hammered the forests that North America's monarch butterflies migrate to in central Mexico, a study showed on Tuesday, fueling fears the habitat could eventually become untenable. Conservationists said storms and strong winds in March uprooted more than 20,000 trees in Mexico's Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve, which lies west of the capital on the border of the states of Mexico and Michoacan. Nearly 54 hectares (135 acres) of the core of the reserve were hit, the most significant impact since storms during the 2009-10 season ravaged more than 100 hectares (250 acres), said Omar Vidal, director-general of the Mexican arm of the World Wildlife Fund.


San Diego Zoo euthanizes 50-year-old elephant

SAN DIEGO (AP) — The San Diego Zoo says it has had to put down a 50-year-old Asian elephant suffering from old age.

Lawyers for landslide victims say state committed fraud

SEATTLE (AP) — Attorneys for victims and family members in the deadly 2014 landslide in Washington state have accused state lawyers of orchestrating a fraud to hide the truth by deleting emails between defense expert witnesses.

School athlete's sex assault case compared to Stanford case

BOSTON (AP) — The case of a former Massachusetts high school star athlete sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting two classmates is drawing parallels to that of former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner, who got just six months in jail for a sexual assault conviction.

California bill to repeal 'tampon tax' heads to governor

A detail of a tampons box is seen in London California lawmakers on Tuesday sent a bill to end state sales taxes on feminine hygiene products to Democratic Governor Jerry Brown, the latest success for a nationwide bipartisan effort to end the so-called tampon tax. The bill, which would add tampons, sanitary napkins and other menstrual products to a list of necessities like food and prescription medicines that are not taxed, won unanimous support in the state Assembly on Tuesday, Democratic Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia said. "Fundamentally, this is about gender equity and leveling the field," Garcia, who represents parts of suburban Los Angeles, said in a news release.


Disabled California man seeks to have voting rights restored

This undated photo provided by William Herron, shows Rosalind Alexander-Kasparik, left, and her fiance, David Rector, who is seeking to have his voting rights restored five years after a judge ruled that a traumatic brain injury disqualified him from casting a ballot in San Diego. As the November election neared, it looked like Rector would once again be unable to vote. Then the 66-year-old former National Public Radio producer learned about a California law that took effect Jan. 1, that makes it easier for people with developmental disabilities to keep and regain the right to vote, if they can express a desire to vote. On Tuesday, Aug. 23, Rector will seek to have his voting rights restored and advocates representing him and others who have been disqualified will file a complaint with the U.S. Justice Department asking that the state be required to notify them of the new law in time for the Nov. 8 ballot. (William Herron via AP) SAN DIEGO (AP) — A former producer at NPR who lost his ability to walk and speak asked a judge Tuesday to restore his right to vote under a new California law that makes it easier for people with disabilities to keep that right and regain it if lost.


Disabled California man seeks to have voting rights restored

This undated photo provided by William Herron, shows Rosalind Alexander-Kasparik, left, and her fiance, David Rector, who is seeking to have his voting rights restored five years after a judge ruled that a traumatic brain injury disqualified him from casting a ballot in San Diego. As the November election neared, it looked like Rector would once again be unable to vote. Then the 66-year-old former National Public Radio producer learned about a California law that took effect Jan. 1, that makes it easier for people with developmental disabilities to keep and regain the right to vote, if they can express a desire to vote. On Tuesday, Aug. 23, Rector will seek to have his voting rights restored and advocates representing him and others who have been disqualified will file a complaint with the U.S. Justice Department asking that the state be required to notify them of the new law in time for the Nov. 8 ballot. (William Herron via AP) SAN DIEGO (AP) — A former producer at NPR who lost his ability to walk and speak asked a judge Tuesday to restore his right to vote under a new California law that makes it easier for people with disabilities to keep that right and regain it if lost.


The Latest: Cher bashes Trump at Clinton fundraiser

In this photo provided by KYW Newsradio reporter Jim Melwert, Republican Vice Presidential candidate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence gets his hair trimmed by barber Henry Jones in Norristown, Pa., Tuesday, August 23, 2016. (Jim Melwert/KYW Newsradio via AP) WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on the U.S. presidential race (all times EDT):


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