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This Sept. 18, 2014 photo released by Jazz at Lincoln Center the shows Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, special guest percussionists, seated from left, Clemente Medina, Roman Diaz and Pedrito Martinez and  and vocalists Amma Dawn McKen and Denise Ola DeJean at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York. (AP Photo/Jazz at Lincoln Center, Frank Stewart)
Jazz at Lincoln Center opens season with 'Ochas'Jazz at Lincoln Center opens season with new suite 'Ochas,' drawing on Afro-Cuban tradition
The Associated Press16 minutes ago
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond speaks during a press conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. Scottish voters have rejected independence and decided that Scotland will remain part of the United Kingdom. The result announced early Friday was the one favored by Britain's political leaders, who had campaigned hard in recent weeks to convince Scottish voters to stay. It dashed many Scots' hopes of breaking free and building their own nation. (AP Photo/PA, Danny Lawson) UNITED KINGDOM OUT, NO SALES, NO ARCHIVE
After vote to stay in UK, Scots must heal divideA new dawn for some, a hangover for others in wake of Scotland's vote to stay in UK
The Associated Press16 minutes ago
After NFL, baseball addresses domestic violenceNFL's domestic violence cases spur baseball's talks with union; will other sports follow?
The Associated Press19 minutes ago
People walk past an advertising billboard showing the mobile app of Alibaba’s Taobao consumer-to-consumer site at a subway station in Beijing Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014. Alibaba Group's U.S. stock offering is a wakeup call about an emerging wave of technology giants in China's state-dominated economy. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian)
Alibaba surges in its debutAlibaba in heavy demand as it starts trading on NYSE
The Associated Press13 minutes ago
People wave “estelada” flags, that symbolize Catalonia's independence, during a demonstration calling for the independence of Catalonia in Barcelona, Spain, Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. A day after Scotland rejected breaking away from Britain, the regional parliament in Spain's Catalonia is expected to grant its leader the power to call a secession referendum that the central government in Madrid says would be illegal. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has vowed to prevent the Nov. 9 vote that separatist Catalans want to hold in the wealthy Mediterranean region of 7.5 million people. Spain's constitution doesn't allow referendums that do not include all Spaniards and experts say Spain's Constitutional Court would rule the vote illegal. The referendum in Catalonia wouldn't result in secession; it would ask Catalans whether they favor secession. If the answer is Yes, Catalan regional leader Artur Mas says that would give him a political mandate to negotiate a path toward independence. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Scotland 'No' fails to stop Catalan secession pushSpain's Catalan separatists push for their own secession vote after Scots reject independence
The Associated Press28 minutes ago
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