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CHICAGO — Spreading out when food stamps are issued reduced theft from Chicago grocery stores by more than 30 percent, according to new research from Analisa Packham of Miami University and Jillian Carr of Purdue University.Before 2010, most … more
HONOLULU — Karen Hastings was in her 31st floor Honolulu apartment when she smelled smoke. She ran out to her balcony, looked down, and saw flames five floors below her."The fire just blew up and went flying right out the windows," the … more
WASHINGTON — Ty Cobb, a veteran Washington lawyer, is joining President Donald Trump's legal team to coordinate the response to the expanding investigation into possible Trump campaign collusion with Russia's election interference, reflecting … more
MOSCOW — Rinat Akhmetshin, the Russian-American lobbyist who met with Donald Trump Jr. at Trump Tower in June 2016, had one constant message for the journalists who met him over the years at the luxury hotels where he stayed in Moscow, London … more
CARSON CITY, Nev. — Regulators took steps this week to make sure Nevada's fledgling but popular marijuana industry doesn't run out of pot to sell. But questions remain about whether newly minted distributors can handle the heavy demand, and … more
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. — An admitted drug dealer with a history of mental illness was charged Friday with the killings of four Pennsylvania men who vanished a week ago. A second suspect was also arrested and charged in three of the deaths.Cosmo … more
WASHINGTON — A court decision on President Donald Trump's travel ban has reopened a window to tens of thousands of refugees to enter the United States and the government is looking to quickly close it.The administration said Friday that it … more
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — As details of the latest rewrite of an Obamacare repeal bill filtered among governors in Rhode Island Thursday, Gov. Charlie Baker would not rule supporting an overhaul that capped Medicaid payments to states, but said he … more
BOSTON — As other states begin to opt into a federal wireless public safety communications network Massachusetts appears to be weighing its options, including possibly finding its own way to access the nationwide network.FirstNet, also known … more
WASHINGTON — Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said Thursday that too many students have been treated unfairly as colleges have sought to comply with Obama-era policy on handling sexual assault, but she declined to offer any specifics about how … more
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