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Firefighters extricate the driver from the front of a school bus that crashed, Thursday, April 24, 2014, in Anaheim, Calif. Three of the injured, the driver and two of the children, were taken to hospitals in critical condition after the crash, Anaheim police Lt. Bob Dunn said. The other nine students had minor injuries, and most of them were released to their parents. Police say no other vehicles were involved in the crash and there is no immediate word on the cause. (AP Photo/Kevin Warn)
12 hurt, 3 critical in California school bus crashDriver, 11 middle school students hurt in California school bus crash; 3 people critical
The Associated Press15 minutes ago
Sina suspends book site after pornography reportedSina suspends its literature site after authorities publicize finding of pornographic content
The Associated Press16 minutes ago
Michael Phelps speaks to the media after the 100-meter butterfly at the Arena Grand Prix swim meet, Thursday, April 24, 2014, in Mesa, Ariz. It is Phelps' first competitive event after a nearly two-year retirement. (AP Photo/Matt York)
Phelps tries sprinting in 2nd event of comebackMichael Phelps tries sprinting in 2nd event at comeback meet in Arizona
The Associated Press17 minutes ago
Erik Compton, right, is congratulated by David Duval after the two finished the day on the ninth green during the opening round of the Zurich Classic golf tournament at TPC Louisiana in Avondale, La., Thursday, April 24, 2014. Compton finished six under par and Duval finished 4 under. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
Martin's course record gives him Zurich leadMartin builds on strong outing at Hilton Head with a course record at New Orleans' PGA stop
The Associated Press23 minutes ago
FILE - In this Monday, May 13, 2013 file photo, an Egyptian farmer carries wheat crop bundles in a farm, in Qalubiyah, north Cairo, Egypt. Egypt's farmers have begun the annual wheat harvest. This year, it comes as the government is trying to rein in its decades-old policy of subsidizing  bread with a new electronic smart-card system. The minister of supply says that the new system will save the government money and better target the country's poorest. He also says that Egypt, the world's largest importer of wheat, will continue to rely on foreign sources for the staple crop. Unrest in Ukraine has pushed up wheat prices worldwide in recent months. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar, File)
Egypt tries to save money on wheat subsidiesEgypt to introduce smart cards to save the money it spends on annual wheat subsidies
The Associated Press25 minutes ago
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