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INDIA-GAY RIGHTS — India's top court decriminalizes homosexual acts. SENT: 130 words.

ASIA-STORM — Typhoon-damaged airport in Japan to partly reopen Friday. SENT: 130 words, photos.

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MYANMAR-SIX YEARS GONE — Marip Lu faced a choice that broke her heart: Stay with her 3-year-old son and the family holding her hostage, or leave him behind and be free. Marip Lu is one of dozens of women from her Myanmar province who were trafficked to neighboring China to be "brides." She says she was drugged six years ago, kidnapped and taken to a place where she was repeatedly raped. The family in China denies the allegations. By Todd Pitman. SENT: 3,670 words, photos, video. An abridged version of 1,020 words has also been sent. Sent in advance and available for immediate use.

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TRUMP-NEW YORK TIMES — In a striking anonymous broadside, a senior Trump administration official writes an opinion piece in The New York Times claiming to be part of a group of people "working diligently from within" to impede President Donald Trump's "worst inclinations" and ill-conceived parts of his agenda. Trump calls it a "gutless editorial" and "really a disgrace," and his press secretary calls on the official to resign. By Zeke Miller and Catherine Lucey. SENT: 900 words, photos. TOP VIDEO: — US Trump Sheriffs NY Times (CR) — Trump calls anonymous New York Times op-ed "gutless." With TRUMP-NEW YORK TIMES-MEDIA — Times grants anonymity to administration official for essay; AP EXPLAINS-25TH AMENDMENT — Removing a president between elections is meant to be tough.

SENATE-SUPREME COURT — Senators will launch a final round of questioning of Brett Kavanaugh, but after a marathon 12-hour session, Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court appears to have avoided any major missteps that could trip up his confirmation. By Mark Sherman and Lisa Mascaro. SENT: 850 words, photos, video. UPCOMING: Hearings resume at 9:30 a.m. With KAVANAUGH-PROTESTS — Protesters continue to interrupt Kavanaugh hearings.

KOREAS-NUCLEAR — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reaffirms his commitment to a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula and to the suspension of all future long-range missile tests, while also expressing faith in an increasingly embattled Trump's efforts to settle a nuclear impasse, South Korean officials and the North's official media say. Kim also reportedly expressed frustration with outside skepticism about his nuclear disarmament intentions and demanded that his "goodwill measures" be met in kind. By Hyung-Jin Kim, Kim Tong-Hyung and Foster Klug. SENT: 980 words, photos. With KOREAS-NUCLEAR-THE LATEST; NKOREA-ANNIVERSARY-THE BIG PARADE — As talks with U.S. stall, North Korea preps military parade.

JAPAN EARTHQUAKE — A powerful earthquake rocks Japan's northernmost main island of Hokkaido, triggering landslides that crushed homes, knocking out power and forcing a nuclear power plant to switch to a backup generator. By Mari Yamaguchi. SENT: 870 words, photos. With JAPAN-EARTHQUAKE-THE LATEST.

SYRIA-IDLIB'S FATE — When the presidents of Russia, Turkey and Iran meet Friday in Tehran, all eyes will be on their diplomatic efforts to avert a bloodbath in Idlib, Syria's crowded northwestern province and last opposition stronghold. The three leaders whose nations are all under U.S. sanctions have an interest in working together to contain a potentially catastrophic offensive by Syrian President Bashar Assad's forces, but Idlib is complicated and they have little common ground. By Zeina Karam. SENT: 1,140 words, photos.

TRUMP-SUPREME COURT STAKES — Trump is taking the Washington debate over his Supreme Court nominee to the homes of two red-state Senate Democrats. The president's strategy aims to turn the screws on Jon Tester of Montana and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota. By Zeke Miller and Ken Thomas. SENT: 820 words, photo. UPCOMING: Rally in Billings scheduled for 9 p.m.

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BROTHEL OWNER-CANDIDATE-INVESTIGATION — Nevada investigating legal pimp, candidate for sex assault. SENT: 740 words, photo.

ITALY-STARBUCKS — Starbucks debuts in Italy with premium brews, novelty bar. SENT: 410 words, photos.

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INTERNATIONAL

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INDIA-US — U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary James Mattis are set to hold long-delayed talks with top Indian officials, looking to shore up the alliance with one of Washington's top regional allies. SENT: 460 words, photos.

CAMBODIA-POLITICS — Cambodia's one-party legislature confirms Prime Minister Hun Sen for another five-year term, cementing his status as one of the world's longest-serving leaders. SENT: 430 words, photos.

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GROUND GAME-DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES — Grassroots left reshaping Democratic Party even as it searches for leader, identity. SENT: 930 words, photos. Note: The latest in a weekly series designed to highlight policies, personalities and races arising from politics around the country.

DELAWARE-PRIMARY — A battle between Delaware's senior senator and an upstart challenger riding an antiestablishment wave within the Democratic Party highlights the state's primary elections. SENT: 460 words, photos.

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BUSINESS

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WAGES-BIG RAISES FOR SOME — American workers who quit to take new jobs are enjoying pay raises that are one-third larger than those who stay in their jobs, the widest such gap since before the Great Recession. By Economics Writer Christopher Rugaber. UPCOMING: 1,160 words by 9 a.m., photos.

DISNEY LABOR — Thousands of Walt Disney World workers are voting on whether to approve a new contract that increases the starting minimum wage to $15 an hour over the next three years while enabling Disney to use more part-time workers and require new workers to stay in their positions longer before transferring. SENT: 540 words, photo. UPCOMING: Will be updated after vote tally at 8 p.m.

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NATIONAL

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CALIFORNIA WILDFIRES — A wildfire scorches its way through rural Northern California and closes down dozens of miles of a main freeway between California and Oregon only weeks after a nearby blaze that left neighborhoods in ruins and killed eight people. SENT: 390 words, photo.

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SCIENCE/HEALTH

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HOSPITALS-MAKING DRUGS — Several major hospital groups launch their own generic drug company to tackle chronic shortages and high prices. By Medical Writer Linda A. Johnson. SENT: 340 words, photos.

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SPORTS

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MEDAL AND TORCH COLLECTION — Giving away gold: Passionate collector donates rare Olympic treasure trove. By National Writer Eddie Pells. SENT: 920 words, photos.

STADIUM FOOD — With the start of the NFL season, chefs are working hard to devise at least one or two new dishes to lure people to concession stands at stadiums around the league. By Pro Football Writer Teresa M. Walker. SENT: 830 words, photos.

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ARTS/ENTERTAINMENT

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NY FASHION WEEK-TOM FORD — Gigi Hadid takes a dramatic twirl on the runway and Cardi B took a seat on Tom Ford's front row as he kicks off New York Fashion Week with a ready-to-wear collection that was both romantic and hard-edged. SENT: 510 words, photos.

MISS AMERICA — Contestants from Florida and Wisconsin score the first preliminary wins in the post-swimsuit era of the Miss America pageant, and proclaim a new day had arrived for a piece of Americana that's trying to reboot itself in a rapidly changing world. SENT: 430 words, photos.

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