Timothy Henrich of the Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women's Hospital speaks at the International AIDS Society Conference 2013 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Wednesday, July 3, 2013. Two HIV-positive patients in the United States who underwent bone marrow transplants for cancer have stopped anti-retroviral therapy and still show no detectable sign of the HIV virus, researchers said Wednesday. (AP Photo/Lai Seng Sin)

2 stem cell patients stop HIV drugs, no virus seen

Two HIV-positive patients in the United States who underwent bone marrow transplants for cancer have stopped anti-retroviral therapy and still show no detectable sign of the HIV virus, researchers said Wednesday.…

Gandolfini leaves bulk of $70M estate to children

NEW YORK (AP) — James Gandolfini has left the bulk of his estimated $70 million estate to his 13-year-old son and infant daughter. The late “Sopranos” star also left millions to his wife and relatives. The New York…

Europe wants parallel talks on trade, surveillance

PARIS (AP) — The French government said Wednesday it wants the start of major trade negotiations between the United States and the European Union suspended for two weeks amid anger over alleged U.S. eavesdropping on its European allies.…

ECB to leave rates, reassure no exit from stimulus

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — European Central Bank President Mario Draghi is likely to stress Thursday that the bank is still a long way from following the U.S. Federal Reserve and start looking at phasing out stimulus. Economists expect…

Report: Overcrowding cause of NY boating accident

MINEOLA, N.Y. (AP) — A report has found that overloading was the primary reason for a Long Island boating accident that resulted in three deaths. According to the findings by the Nassau County district attorney’s office, the 34-foot…

Photos: Egypt clashes as leader stays put

President Mohammed Morsi said that he won’t back down to “dictates.” Millions have staged protests reminiscent of the uprising against former President Hosni Mubarak.

Futures slide as hotspots overseas eclipse rebound

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stock futures are sliding along with global markets as hotspots in Europe and the Middle East overshadow what are expected to be positive economic signs at home. The Dow Jones industrial futures are…

British royal couple given Finnish baby box

HELSINKI (AP) — A future British king or queen might spend some early hours sleeping in a cardboard box — if a maternity package donated by Finland’s social security service proves a success. The Nordic country has given…
In this undated photo made available by Google, Denise Harwood diagnoses an overheated computer processor at Google’s data center in The Dalles, Ore. Google uses these data centers to store email, photos, video, calendar entries and other information shared by its users. These centers also process the hundreds of millions of searches that Internet users make on Google each day. (AP Photo/Google, Connie Zhou)

German minister: Drop US sites if you fear spying

Germany’s top security official says Internet users worried about their data being intercepted by U.S. intelligence agencies should stop using American websites such as Google and Facebook.…

Band of Brothers: 3 Texas siblings at West Point

WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) — There are brothers in arms and bands of brothers, and now there are Noah, Sumner and Cole Ogrydziak, three Texas brothers who began their cadet training together at West Point this week. For…

SAfrica court withdraws case in cyclist’s death

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The National Prosecuting Authority says a court case against a minibus taxi driver accused of killing South African Olympic cyclist Burry Stander has been withdrawn. The prosecutor’s regional spokeswoman Natasha Ramkisson said a Kwazulu-Natal magistrate…

Chechen rebel calls for attacks on Sochi Games

MOSCOW (AP) — A leading Chechen rebel on Tuesday called on Islamist militants in Russia’s North Caucasus to disrupt the upcoming Winter Games in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, reversing his previous appeal not to target civilians…
Bolivia's President Evo Morales, center, enters his plane at Vienna's Schwechat airport, Wednesday, July 3, 2013. The plane of Morales was rerouted to Austria after various European countries refused to let it cross their airspace because of suspicions that NSA leaker Edward Snowden was on board, Bolivian officials said Tuesday. Officials in both Austria and Bolivia said that Snowden was not on the plane, which was taking Morales home from a summit in Russia, where he had suggested that his government would be willing to consider granting asylum to the American. (AP Photo/Hans Punz)

Bolivia plane incident infuriates Latin America

Bolivia’s ambassador to the United Nations in New York says the refusal to let his president’s plane cross over European airspace was an act of aggression that should have consequences.…