LOS ANGELES — Police say Justin Bieber has accidentally struck a photographer with his pickup truck in Beverly Hills.
The Los Angeles Times reports that police Sgt. Matthew Stout said the 57-year-old photographer was hospitalized Wednesday night with injuries that were not life-threatening.
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Hillary Clinton calling new book 'What Happened'

NEW YORK -- Hillary Clinton is calling her new book "What Happened" and promising unprecedented candour as she remembers her stunning defeat last year to Donald Trump.
"In the past, for reasons I try to explain, I've often felt I had to be careful in public, like I was up on a wire without a net," Clinton writes in the introduction, according to publisher Simon & Schuster.
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Woman pleads guilty in slaying of another woman outside Vancouver nightclub [Photos]

A young woman who was charged in connection with the fatal attack of another woman outside a downtown Vancouver nightclub last year has pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
During a brief appearance in Vancouver Provincial Court Wednesday, Samantha Nadine Doolan, 30, entered her plea in relation to the slaying of Lauren Lindsay McLellan, 28, near the Caprice Nightclub in the Granville entertainment district.
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'Secret garden' filled with rare species open after century

TRUCKEE, Calif. -- Pink and yellow wildflowers burst from a lush bed of grass hidden from public view for more than a century. Towering trees and snow-capped mountains encircle the wild meadow, beckoning visitors to a largely untouched piece of California's Sierra Nevada.
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COLUMBUS, Ohio — A swinging and spinning amusement park ride called the Fire Ball broke apart on the opening day of the Ohio State Fair on Wednesday, hurling people through the air, killing at least one and injuring seven others.
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His future clouded, Sessions opens mission to El Salvador

WASHINGTON -- Attorney General Jeff Sessions is flying to El Salvador to talk about gang violence, with his future as the nation's top prosecutor still in doubt.
He left Thursday after a week of blistering public scorn from President Donald Trump about Sessions' performance.
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Businesses, cities cashing in on total solar eclipse crowds

BARTLETT, Tenn. -- Millions of eyes will be fixed on the sky when a total solar eclipse crosses the U.S. in August, and it's likely many of them will be safely behind the special glasses churned out by a Tennessee company.
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Spielberg opens up about life, filmmaking in HBO doc

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Steven Spielberg isn't afraid to talk about his flops.
"Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" is his least favourite film in that franchise, says documentarian Susan Lacy, who spent more than 30 hours interviewing the filmmaker for "Spielberg," premiering Oct.
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N.S. police chief facing sex charges to appear in court

BRIDGEWATER, N.S. - The case of a Nova Scotia police chief facing several sex charges involving a 17-year-old girl is due in court today.
A lawyer for John Collyer was in Bridgewater provincial court last month when the case was adjourned for election and plea.
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Samsung poised to unseat Intel as king of microchips

SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of -- Intel's more than two decade-long reign as the king of the silicon-based semiconductor is poised to end Thursday when South Korea's Samsung Electronics elbows the U.S. manufacturer aside to become the leading maker of computer chips.
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Larry David says his blunt 'Curb' character is no Trump

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Larry David says his irascible, mouthy character on "Curb Your Enthusiasm" is "about a quarter-inch" away from David himself.
But David said he bears no resemblance to another blunt talker, U.S.
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Foxconn plans massive $10B plant in Wisconsin to make LCD screens

Electronics giant Foxconn will build a $10 billion US factory in Wisconsin that's expected to initially create 3,000 jobs, the largest economic development project in state history, U.S. President Donald Trump says.
The announcement Wednesday came as the Trump administration, which had pledged to generate manufacturing jobs, struggled to deliver results as quickly as the president promised.
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