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Published on December 5, 2014 - Page 9
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Three Los Angeles police officers violated use-of-force rules when they fatally shot an unarmed, disabled man on live television...
Published on December 5, 2014 - Page 9
NEW YORK (AP) — The flu vaccine may not be very effective this winter, according to U.S. health officials who worry this may lead to more serious...
Published on December 5, 2014 - Page 9
CLEVELAND (AP) — A U.S. Justice Department report released Thursday spared no one in the Cleveland police chain of command amid findings of excessive...
Published on December 5, 2014 - Page 12
NEW YORK — From American Eagle to Apple Stores, beacons are popping up everywhere. Are they a shopper’s best friend or another pesky Big Brother...
Published on December 5, 2014 - Page 14
WASHINGTON (AP) —Supporters of legislation that would allow Americans with disabilities to open tax-free savings accounts to pay for long-term...
Published on December 4, 2014 - Page 2
Anti-discrimination rule issued WASHINGTON (AP) — The Labor Department on Wednesday issued a rule to protect employees of federal contractors from...
Published on December 4, 2014 - Page 6
NEW YORK (AP) — Thousands celebrated in the heart of Manhattan on Wednesday night as they watched the lighting of the 85-foot-tall Christmas tree in...
Published on December 4, 2014 - Page 8
MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. (AP) — A nativity scene at an Arkansas courthouse will feature an additional element this year: a disclaimer saying the county...
Published on December 4, 2014 - Page 9
OKLAHOMA CITY — It was the final minute of the state quarterfinal when Douglass High School appeared to score the winning touchdown on a fourth-down...
Published on December 4, 2014 - Page 26
25,000 pounds of toxin released LA PORTE, Texas (AP) — DuPont says about 23,000 pounds of a flammable toxic chemical escaped in the building where...
Published on December 3, 2014 - Page 4
WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) — The John Deere Tractor & Engine Museum opened here Tuesday, offering a glimpse at how the company has become ingrained in...
Published on December 2, 2014 - Page 5
READING (AP) — Reading is fully embracing the Charlie Brown-esque Christmas tree it once rejected. Officials are planning a Charlie Brown Day...
Published on December 2, 2014 - Page 7
ST. LOUIS — Five St. Louis Rams players entered the football field with their hands raised. A day later, people walked out of work or school showing...
Published on December 2, 2014 - Page 17
NEW YORK (AP) — Holiday shoppers turned out by the millions to show their support for retailers, salons and other small companies on Small Business...
Published on December 1, 2014 - Page 4
RENO, Texas (AP) — A Texas hamlet shaken by its first recorded earthquake last year and hundreds since then is among communities now taking steps to...
Published on December 1, 2014 - Page 5
NEW YORK (AP) — After a busy holiday weekend in shopping malls, millions of Americans are expected to log on and keep shopping today, dubbed Cyber...
Published on December 1, 2014 - Page 8
Rob and Linda Robertson did what they believed was expected of them as good Christians. When their 12-year-old son Ryan said he was gay, they told...
Published on December 1, 2014 - Page 8
Robot to digitize insect collection WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Purdue University’s Department of Entomology is using a special robot to tackle the...
Published on December 1, 2014 - Page 8
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hit-and-run collisions between cars and bicyclists have increased 42 percent between 2002 and 2012 in Los Angeles County despite...
Published on November 30, 2014 - Page 4
Critically injured clown still positive MASON CITY, Iowa (AP) —A Mason City clown who was in a coma for more than a week following an August car...

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