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UPI Almanac for Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014

UPI Almanac for Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014

UPI Almanac for Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014
By United Press International
Starbucks testing smaller Frappuccinos

Starbucks testing smaller Frappuccinos

Starbucks is testing what it's calling the Frappuccino Mini in two cities.
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American man detained by South Korean marines

American man detained by South Korean marines

An American man has been detained on the bank of the Han River by South Korean marines.
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Audi gets permit to test self-driving cars in California

Audi gets permit to test self-driving cars in California

Audi gets the first permit to test driver-less cars in California.
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New York state man accused of helping Islamic State

New York state man accused of helping Islamic State

A New York state man stands accused of helping the Islamic State and plotting to kill U.S. troops.
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NFL Players Association appeals Ray Rice's indefinite suspension

NFL Players Association appeals Ray Rice's indefinite suspension

The NFL Players Association announced on Tuesday it will appeal the indefinite suspension of Baltimore Ravens running back, Ray Rice.
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Joan Rivers' doctor reportedly took a selfie while comedienne was under anesthesia

Joan Rivers' doctor reportedly took a selfie while comedienne was under anesthesia

New information has been released about Joan Rivers' death. The doctor performing the procedure reportedly took a selfie while Rivers was under anesthesia.
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Anheuser-Busch not satisfied with the way NFL has handled recent incidents

Anheuser-Busch not satisfied with the way NFL has handled recent incidents

Fallout continues about the way the NFL handled the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson incidents.
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Census: number of Americans living in poverty down, still above 45 million

Census: number of Americans living in poverty down, still above 45 million

The Census Bureau announced Tuesday the poverty rate has declined for the first time since 2006; 45 million Americans still at or below poverty line.
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Apple's latest operating system rolls out Wednesday afternoon

Apple's latest operating system rolls out Wednesday afternoon

Tuesday afternoon, Apple's newest operating system -- iOS 8 -- will be available for users to download on compatible devices.
Heather Records
Chairman of Joint Chiefs won't rule out U.S. boots on the ground to fight the Islamic State

Chairman of Joint Chiefs won't rule out U.S. boots on the ground to fight the Islamic State

President Obama's top general said on Tuesday he's open to "boots on the ground" in the fight against the Islamic State
Heather Records
Impact that doomed dinos enabled spread of modern forests

Impact that doomed dinos enabled spread of modern forests

The same impact that extinguished the dinosaurs changed the makeup of Earth's forests -- killing off many evergreen plants and enabling deciduous trees.
Brooks Hays
Lindsey Graham fears ISIS will come kill us all, in a not at all hysterical way

Lindsey Graham fears ISIS will come kill us all, in a not at all hysterical way

To listen to Sen. Lindsey Graham, the Islamic State is a harbinger of the end of days.
Gabrielle Levy
Baltimore police assault caught on video, man files $35M brutality suit

Baltimore police assault caught on video, man files $35M brutality suit

Baltimore is facing a $35 million brutality suit after recently released surveillance footage shows a police officer repeatedly punching a man in the face.
JC Sevcik
Arkansas State player fakes death on-field to distract defense, play called 'fainting goat'

Arkansas State player fakes death on-field to distract defense, play called 'fainting goat'

College football is known for its experimental and trick plays, but Arkansas State took it too far: WR Booker Mays faked his death during a fake punt attempt.
Matt Bradwell
'Revenge' releases dramatic season four trailer

'Revenge' releases dramatic season four trailer

Victoria Grayson (Madeleine Stowe) narrates a dramatic first trailer for season four of ABC series "Revenge."
Annie Martin
Say goodbye to Chinese sturgeon

Say goodbye to Chinese sturgeon

Chinese sturgeon are on their way out, say scientists in Asia. A new survey found that natural reproduction was nonexistent.
Brooks Hays
Mom long suspected of killing her son in 1991 pleads not guilty

Mom long suspected of killing her son in 1991 pleads not guilty

A woman who told New Jersey police in 1991 her son had been kidnapped from a carnival pleaded not guilty Tuesday to killing the 5-year-old boy.
Frances Burns
First MT30 engine for Korean Navy frigates passes acceptance tests

First MT30 engine for Korean Navy frigates passes acceptance tests

Rolls-Royce's first MT30 gas turbine engine for South Korea's FFX frigate program passes acceptance tests.
Richard Tomkins
Gillibrand: I wanted to tell man 'to go [expletive] himself'

Gillibrand: I wanted to tell man 'to go [expletive] himself'

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand didn't say much at the time when a male colleague criticized her weight, shortly after the birth of her child.
Gabrielle Levy
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