• People ride motorcycles at the National Western Complex, Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016, in Denver. Denver police say multiple people were injured in a deadly stabbing and shooting at The Colorado Motorcycle Expo. (Andy Cross/The Denver Post via AP) MAGS OUT; TV OUT; INTERNET OUT; NO SALES; NEW YORK POST OUT; NEW YORK DAILY NEWS OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT

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    DENVER (AP) — One of the nation’s fastest-growing motorcycle clubs is composed largely of military, police officers and prison guards. It also embraces the regalia and traditions of outlaw biker gangs — a choice that has provoked deadly clashes with other groups.

  • This image released by Disney Theatrical Productions shows the cast during the "Prince Ali," number in the musical, "Aladdin," in New York. The dancers wear brilliant sequined costumes, brandishing everything from swords and banners to feather fans and parasols. They spin like dervishes and bang drums and leap on wooden boxes. It’s perhaps the most exciting 3½ minutes on Broadway. (Deen van Meer/Disney Theatrical Productions via AP)

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    NEW YORK (AP) — Even in a show with plenty of magic, a special sort of it happens right after intermission at “Aladdin” on Broadway.

  • In this Oct. 17, 2015 file photo, Haiti's President Michel Martelly returns to his seat after delivering a speech during a ceremony marking the 209th anniversary of the assassination of independence hero Gen. Jean-Jacques Dessalines, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The outgoing president released on Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016, a ong jeering at his critics, primarily an award-winning female journalist and human rights advocate. The released track called “Bal Bannann Nan”, Haitian Creole for “Give Them the Banana.” It’s credited to Sweet Micky, the stage name for Haiti's pop-star-turned-president. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery, File)

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    PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haiti’s outgoing president has released a brash pop song jeering at his critics and aiming sexually suggestive lyrics at his main target, an award-winning female journalist.

  • In this Friday, Jan. 29, 2016, file photo, Kashmiri Muslim devotees pray outside the shrine of Sufi Saint Syed Abdul Qadir Jilani in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir. Thousands of devotees thronged to the shrine, where the Kashmiri Muslim head priest displayed the relics of the Sufi Saint. (AP Photo/Dar Yasin, File)

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    Snow and unusually brisk winter weather gripped a wide swath of Asia last week, and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry visited China as the country geared up for its annual mass migration surrounding the Lunar New Year.

  • In this Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016 photo, Iranian female rock climber, Farnaz Esmaeilzadeh, scales a natural cliff in a mountainous area outside the city of Zanjan, some 330 kilometers (207 miles) west of the capital Tehran, Iran. Esmaeilzadeh, 27, who has been climbing since she was 13, has distinguished herself in international competitions despite the barriers she faces as a female athlete in conservative Iran. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi)

    AP PHOTOS: Women’s rock climbing gains foothold in Iran

    ZANJAN, Iran (AP) — In the mountains of northwestern Iran, Farnaz Esmaeilzadeh clings to a sheer rock face, ignoring the dizzying height and icy wind as she searches for the next handhold.

  • The lifeless body of a migrant boy lies on the beach near the Aegean town of Ayvacik, Canakkale, Turkey, Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016.  A boat carrying migrants to Greece hit rocks off the Turkish coast on Saturday and capsized, killing at least 33 people, including five children, officials and news reports said. Some 75 other migrants were rescued. A Turkish government official said he expects the death toll from the incident to rise as rescue workers try to reach other migrants believed trapped inside the wreckage of the boat which sank shortly after departing from the Aegean resort of Ayvacik.(AP Photo/Halit Onur Sandal)

    Witness to migrant capsizing that killed 37 recounts tragedy

    AYVACIK, Turkey (AP) — A witness to the drowning of 37 people including babies and other young children off Turkey’s coast described the horror and screams in the moments after the boat carrying the migrants slammed into rocks, saying it was like “somebody was being murdered.”

  • Body of man found in Roswell church parking lot

    ROSWELL, N.M. (AP) — Roswell police are investigating after the body of an elderly man was found in a church parking lot.

  • Belmont to welcome local endurance athlete with parade

    BELMONT, Mass. (AP) — Belmont is throwing a parade and celebration this week for a local athlete who became the first U.S. woman to run seven marathons in seven days on seven continents.

  • Donation of fishing poles boosts Detroit River recreation

    DETROIT (AP) — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has donated nearly 300 fishing poles to help more children get interested in the sport along the Detroit River.

  • In this Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016 photo, a Thai woman holds a "child angel" doll in Bangkok. Thailand. The dolls, which are said to bring good luck to their owners, became a media sensation this week after a leaked memo from a Thai budget airline gave pointers on how they could be treated like passengers if they have a paid-for seat. Thai people are superstitious, and the doll phenomenon has been analyzed as a modern version of a traditional totem containing real body parts, but as a fad it seems have more in common with Furby dolls. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

    In latest fad, Thais treat ‘child angel’ dolls like pets

    BANGKOK (AP) — Mix one part superstition, two parts fashion, a dab of celebrity idolatry and a heap of media frenzy, and what do you get?