WASHINGTON (AP) - NORTH KOREAN AUTHORITIES HAVE ORGANIZED A GIANT RALLY WEDNESDAY AS A SHOW OF SUPPORT FOR THEIR REJECTION OF THE LATEST ROUND OF U.N. SANCTIONS. TENS OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE PACKED KIM IL SUNG SQUARE IN DOWNTOWN PYONGYANG FOR THE EVENT, WHICH FOLLOWED A FAMILIAR FORMAT OF SPEECHES FROM A BALCONY, WITH THE CROWD LISTENING BELOW, STANDING IN ORGANIZED ROWS INTERSPERSED WITH PLACARDS AND SLOGANS.

HAGATNA, GUAM (AP) - RESIDENTS OF THE TINY PACIFIC ISLAND OF GUAM SAY THEY'RE AFRAID OF BEING CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF ESCALATING TENSIONS BETWEEN THE U.S. AND NORTH KOREA AFTER PYONGYANG ANNOUNCED IT WAS EXAMINING PLANS FOR ATTACKING THE STRATEGICALLY IMPORTANT U.S. TERRITORY. SOME PEOPLE WHO LIVE ON THE ISLAND SAY THEY CAN NO LONGER SHRUG OFF THE IDEA OF BEING A POTENTIAL TARGET. THE AMERICAN MILITARY TAKES UP 30 PERCENT OF THE ISLAND.

PARIS (AP) - A FRENCH OFFICIAL SAYS POLICE HAVE ARRESTED THE CHIEF SUSPECT IN A CAR ATTACK ON SOLDIERS, AND THE MAN WAS WOUNDED IN A GUNFIGHT DURING HIS CAPTURE. THE JUDICIAL OFFICIAL SAYS THE MAN IS THE DRIVER OF A BMW THAT RAMMED INTO A GROUP OF SOLDIERS IN A PARIS SUBURB. SIX SOLDIERS WERE INJURED IN THE ATTACK. NONE OF THEM HAVE LIFE-THREATENING INJURIES.

CHAMPLAIN, N.Y. (AP) - THOUSANDS OF MIGRANTS ARE FLEEING THE UNITED STATES FOR CANADA VIA A REMOTE BACK ROAD IN UPSTATE NEW YORK. THE CANADIANS ARREST THE MIGRANTS AS SOON AS THEY STEP ACROSS THE BORDER FROM THE UNITED STATES. THE MIGRANTS PREFER TO TAKE A CHANCE IN CANADA RATHER THAN RISK BEING DEPORTED FROM THE UNITED STATES.

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HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF BIKERS HEAD TO STURGIS, SOUTH DAKOTA, FOR THE ANNUAL WEEK-LONG RALLY, AND THE HEAD OF THE SOUTH DAKOTA HIGHWAY PATROL HAS SOME ADVICE FOR ALL MOTORISTS.

DURING A GATHERING OF SEVERAL DOZEN TROOPERS FROM SOUTH DAKOTA AND WYOMING AT THE SPEARFISH REST STOP A MILE EAST OF THE STATE LINE, COLONEL CRAIG PRICE ON TUESDAY URGED PEOPLE TO STAY ALERT

THE STATES' HIGHWAY PATROLS AND OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES MET AS PART OF THE MOTORCYCLE SAFETY CAMPAIGN CALLED SAFE2STURGIS.

THE CAMPAIGN INTENDS TO BRING AWARENESS TO MOTORCYCLE SAFETY, WITH THE INCREASE IN MOTORCYCLES TRAVELING THROUGH WYOMING, SOUTH DAKOTA AND OTHER NEARBY STATES.

THE CAMPAIGN HELD A NEWS CONFERENCE LAST WEEK IN CHEYENNE AT THE BEGINNING OF THE STURGIS RALLY, HELD THIS NEWS CONFERENCE TUESDAY, AND WILL HOLD ONE AFTER THE RALLY

IN WYOMING IN 2016, 226 MOTORCYCLE CRASHES WERE REPORTED, WITH 24 OF THOSE BEING FATAL.

WYOMING AVERAGES THREE MOTORCYCLE FATALITIES PER YEAR DURING THE STRUGIS RALLY ALONE.
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ONE OF THE WORLD'S FASTEST SUPERCOMPUTERS HAS BEEN CRUNCHING NUMBERS FOR SCIENCE FOR MONTHS BUT GOT A FORMAL WELCOME TO ITS NAMESAKE CITY IN WYOMING.
GOVERNOR MATT MEAD SAID TUESDAY THE SUPERCOMPUTER NAMED CHEYENNE PLAYS AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN DIVERSIFYING WYOMING'S ECONOMY.

UNIVERSITY CORPORATION FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH PRESIDENT ANTONIO BUSALACCHI ADDED THE SUPERCOMPUTER WILL ENABLE WEATHER PREDICTIONS MONTHS IN ADVANCE.

THE MACHINE PUT TO WORK EARLIER THIS YEAR IN AN OFFICE PARK JUST OUTSIDE CHEYENNE ALSO WILL HELP SCIENTISTS UNDERSTAND HOW SOLAR FLARES AFFECT SATELLITES AND COMMUNICATIONS.

CHEYENNE RANKS 22ND AMONG THE WORLD'S FASTEST SUPERCOMPUTERS.

IT IS THREE TIMES FASTER YET THREE TIMES MORE EFFICIENT THAN ITS PREDECESSOR, A SUPERCOMPUTER CALLED YELLOWSTONE.

THE MACHINES WILL OPERATE SIDE-BY-SIDE UNTIL THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH RETIRES YELLOWSTONE LATER THIS YEAR.