The Latest: Police: Motive unknown in Wisconsin attack

MIDDLETON, Wis. (AP) — The Latest on a shooting at a software company in Wisconsin (all times local):
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May urges fellow EU leaders to drop 'unacceptable' Brexit demands

Prime Minister Theresa May was set to appeal directly to fellow European leaders at a summit on Wednesday to drop ...
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Britain will participate in Eurovision in Israel

BBC announces it will participate as planned, despite call by artists to boycott the event.

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Russia to study Israeli data related to downed plane

MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin has accepted Israel's offer to share detailed information on the Israeli airstrike in ...
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Middleton shooting: At least four people injured in Wisconsin office building shooting

Multiple people have been injured in a shooting at an office building in Wisconsin. Middleton police received reports of an ...
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Trump Tells Hurricane Florence Survivor 'At Least You Got A Nice Boat Out Of The Deal'

Hurricane Florence has resulted in at least 37 deaths in three states, but
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Nuclear progress won’t end tensions for Iran, West

In this photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, left, meets with Syrian President Bashar Assad, right, in Damascus, Syria, Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014. Assad and Zarif have held talks about next week's United Nations conference in Montreux, Switzerland, aimed at trying to resolve the three-year deadly conflict. (AP Photo/SANA)DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) The U.N. decision to revoke Iran's invitation to this week's Syrian peace talks almost as quickly as it came was a reminder that the path to reconciliation between Tehran and the West is hardly a smooth one. Progress on the issue of Iran's nuclear program is no guarantee of an easing of tensions in the multiple disputes between the two sides.