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  • US official airs 'myths' on Colorado River water
    Associated Press | August 29, 2014 8:48 am
    A top federal water administrator says several myths stand in the way of broad agreements needed to deal with increasing demand for water in the drought-stricken and "over-allocated" Colorado River basin.
  • As stocks rise, so does anxiety: Time to get out?
    Associated Press | August 29, 2014 8:31 am
    Is it time to cash out of stocks?
  • Prosecutor: McDonnells had 'corrupt understanding'
    Associated Press | August 29, 2014 8:18 am
    Prosecutors urged jurors on Friday to focus on two questions at the corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen: Why did a businessman give the couple more than $165,000 in gifts and loans, and why did the McDonnells accept?
  • As stocks rise, so does anxiety: Time to get out?
    Associated Press | August 29, 2014 8:18 am
    Is it time to cash out of stocks?
  • Beer gardens helping Milwaukee County budgets
    Associated Press | August 29, 2014 7:48 am
    Oversized mugs of beer clink together as drinkers sitting under a canopy of trees in a Milwaukee public park listen to live accordion music and proclaim "Prost!" -- the German equivalent of "cheers."
  • Shelley Sterling: Ballmer eager to own Clippers
    Associated Press | August 29, 2014 7:30 am
    When Shelly Sterling was approached by former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer about buying the Los Angeles Clippers, the wife of disgraced team owner Donald Sterling did not know who he was. But in short order she convinced him the team was worth an unprecedented $2 billion.
  • Mexico operations thwart child, family migrants
    Associated Press | August 29, 2014 7:18 am
    Mexico's largest crackdown in decades on illegal migration has decreased the flow of Central Americans trying to reach the United States, and has dramatically cut the number of child migrants and families, according to officials and eyewitness accounts along the perilous route.
  • Ebola in mind, US colleges screen some students
    Associated Press | August 29, 2014 7:18 am
    College students from West Africa may be subject to extra health checks when they arrive to study in the United States as administrators try to insulate campuses from the worst Ebola outbreak in history.
  • Image of Asia: The blur of the crowd in Tokyo
    Associated Press | August 29, 2014 7:12 am
    In this photo by Koji Sasahara, people walk across the scramble crossing outside Shibuya Station in Tokyo on Friday afternoon. The Shibuya district is popular with young people and tourists and is known...
  • Family sues Georgia police after death in custody
    Associated Press | August 29, 2014 7:00 am
    The family of a man who died after Atlanta-area police used stun guns on him has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the former officers and the city, the family's lawyer said.
  • 'Walking Dead' Marine battalion to be deactivated
    Associated Press | August 29, 2014 6:48 am
    Decades before the television show, a Marine Corps battalion decorated for extensive combat in World War II and Vietnam earned the nickname the "Walking Dead."
  • In first, memorial will be open on night of 9/11
    Associated Press | August 29, 2014 6:24 am
    The Sept. 11 memorial plaza will be open on the night of the attacks' anniversary this year, the first time the general public will be able to visit ground zero on the commemoration date.
  • This Week in the Civil War
    Associated Press | August 29, 2014 6:06 am
    150 years ago in the Civil War. Lincoln would ultimately be returned to office by voters with an ample victory. A North wearied by long years of grinding warfare suddenly had major news to rejoice over -- even as the Confederacy and many in the South despaired. From the fall of Atlanta until the end of the war would just be a matter of months of heavy fighting to follow. Union Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman, days after his forces had entered the city, ordered its civilians to evacuate. Meanwhile, newspapers such as the Philadelphia Inquirer in the North reported Sherman's forces were still "in pursuit" of the fleeing Confederates. The Associated Press reported from Virginia on Sept. 9, 1864, that some Confederate forces in their defense works there had begun cheering after hearing a false rumor spread that Atlanta had been retaken." The AP report said those overly optimistic and mistaken Southern soldiers "were very jubilant for a time, indulging in loud cheering."
  • Vigil marks man's 3rd year of imprisonment in Iran
    Associated Press | August 29, 2014 4:30 am
    U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee plans to speak at a Bay City vigil marking the third anniversary of the Iranian imprisonment of a former U.S. Marine.
  • Military: Pilot was killed in Virginia F-15 crash
    Associated Press | August 29, 2014 4:06 am
    The pilot of an F-15 jet that crashed earlier this week in remote Virginia mountains was killed, military officials now say, bringing a sad end to an exhaustive two-day search involving more than 100 local, state and federal officials as well as volunteers.
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