NEW YORK (AP) â Beyonce has announced and released an album on the same day.
DENVER (AP) â Four people were stabbed in the parking lot at Sports Authority Stadium after the Denver Broncos' game Thursday night.
CHICAGO (AP) â Imprisoned former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich on Friday gets what's likely his last chance to win his freedom as a three-judge federal panel hears oral arguments in his appeal.
PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) â Police say gunmen have killed two police officers assigned to protect a team of polio workers in northwest Pakistan.
Perth (Australia) (AFP) - England claimed the crucial scalp of Australian captain Michael Clarke just minutes before lunch on the opening day of the third Ashes Test on Friday to leave the home team on 107 for three. Spinner Graeme Swann struck with just his second ball in the penultimate over before the break in Perth to remove Clarke in his 100th Test. With centuries in both the opening two Tests won by Australia, Clarke had looked in impeccable touch as he cruised to 24, but he advanced to Swann and hit the ball straight to English counterpart Alastair Cook, also playing his 100th Test, at short mid-wicket. A win in the third Test will secure the five-Test series for the home side and Clarke decided to bat after winning the toss, hoping to expose England, who have not won a Test this year when they lost the toss, to a long day in the field in searing heat.