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THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2016

Jordan Kajewski, 29, of Carroll, Iowa, walks from Carroll Redemption Center, where he was arrested for trying to break in the night of May 17. Kajewski got stuck in a chimney there for at least eight hours. (Jared Strong/Carroll Daily Times Herald / Associated Press)

Naked chimney man rescued at Iowa business

Carrie Sapp teased her husband, Brad, about being afraid of ghosts when he said he heard someone whisper “get out of here” while he was sorting cans at his Iowa recycling business. Of course it wasn’t a ghost. It was a naked man in the chimney.

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China rejects U.S. claim of unsafe aerial intercept

Adds US State Department comment. Edits 4th paragraph to fix typo. For global distribution. BEIJING (AP) – China on Thursday rejected U.S. claims that its fighter jets maneuvered unsafely when they intercepted an American Navy reconnaissance plane over the South China Sea, and demanded that the U.S. end such missions close to Chinese territory.

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Authorities release suspect in Nov. 13 Paris attacks

BRUSSELS – Authorities have released a suspect in the Nov. 13 Paris attacks who is charged with terrorism offenses and accused of having links to suspects in the case. The federal prosecutor’s office announced Thursday that Zakaria J, 29, was ...

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Terrorism suspected in EgyptAir plane crash

CAIRO – An EgyptAir jetliner en route from Paris to Cairo with 66 people aboard veered wildly in flight and crashed into the Mediterranean Sea early Thursday, authorities said. Egyptian and Russian officials said it may have been brought down ...

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Are you familiar with this expression?

Going through some weekend phonemail when I came to one where the caller gave her name and then said, "You don't know me from a load of hay." (Actually, I ...

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