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California's historic drought prompted the Legislature into action in 2014, leading lawmakers to regulate groundwater for the first time and override homeowners associations that fine members for replacing lawns with more drought-tolerant landscaping.
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Yes-We-Can president faces twilight of maybes

By Julie Pace and Nancy Benac, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 27th - 7:50am
It was supposed to be a joke. "Are you still president?" comedian Stephen Colbert asked Barack Obama earlier this month.
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US mission in Havana to become embassy amid thaw

By Peter Orsi, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 27th - 7:20am
A half-century after Washington severed relations with Cuba, the United States' seven-story mission looms over Havana's seaside Malecon boulevard as the largest diplomatic outpost in the country.
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Clinton economic approach under scrutiny

By Ken Thomas, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 27th - 7:00am
If Hillary Rodham Clinton seeks the White House again, her message on the economy could be an important barometer as she courts fellow Democrats.
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Minnesota's Pohlads acquire Polaroid majority

The Associated Press  |  posted 17 minutes ago
Minnesota's Pohlad family has acquired majority ownership of Polaroid in a $70 million deal.
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New workers' comp reimbursement rules take effect

By Corey Williams, Associated Press  |  posted 17 minutes ago
Changes in how doctors are paid for treating some injured employees covered by workers' compensation are expected to address the long-term use of pain relievers and help cut medical costs for Michigan job providers, according to state officials.
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Nevada near bottom in nation for volunteer service

The Associated Press  |  posted Dec 27th - 9:10am
A new report shows Nevada ranks near the bottom for volunteer service in the nation.
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AP-GfK Poll: 5 things to know about the economy

By Jennifer Agiesta and Emily Swanson, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 27th - 9:00am
Few issues in a presidential campaign come close to being as meaningful as the economy. The latest Associated Press-GfK poll offers a look at how the public feels about this issue, which touches nearly every aspect of American life. As the 2016 candidates get set to kick off their campaigns, here are five things to know about public opinion on the economy.
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Boys use online video to raise money for cancer fight

By Holly Hines-Citizen, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 27th - 8:50am
Five North Central Junior High students say they are fed up with how cancer is hurting people they know.
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Food hubs link consumers with locally farmed food

By Lisa Rathke, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 27th - 8:41am
Move over farmers' markets. More than 300 food hubs around the country are also providing small farms another outlet to sell locally raised food to consumers.
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Insurers dogged by claims of slanted Sandy reports

By David B. Caruso and Michael Kunzelman, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 27th - 8:40am
When Superstorm Sandy hit the East Coast, flood insurance companies working for the Federal Emergency Management Agency dispatched an army of structural engineers to do some detective work.
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Belarus replaces prime minister, central bank head

The Associated Press  |  posted Dec 27th - 7:30am
Belarus' authoritarian president on Saturday replaced his prime minister, the head of the national bank and an array of other top officials as the country weathers economic troubles.
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Iran tests suicide drone in military drill

By Ali Akbar Dareini, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 27th - 7:21am
Iran's army said Saturday it has deployed a suicide drone for the first time in massive ongoing military drills near the strategic Strait of Hormuz at the entrance to the Persian Gulf.
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Japan's Abe unleashes stimulus plan to spur growth

By Elaine Kurtenbach, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 27th - 5:40am
Japan's Cabinet approved 3.5 trillion yen ($29 billion) in fresh stimulus Saturday for the ailing economy, pledging to get growth back on track and restore the country's precarious public finances.
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Sweden's PM: No early elections next year

The Associated Press  |  posted Dec 27th - 5:10am
Sweden's prime minister said on Saturday there will be no early elections next year as the left-leaning government has reached an agreement with opposition parties on a budget proposal.
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China jails 4 for 2013 fatal fire at poultry plant

The Associated Press  |  posted Dec 27th - 2:20am
Two fire chiefs and two poultry farm bosses have been convicted and sentenced to prison terms of up to nine years in relation to a fire at a plant in northeastern China last year that killed 121 people and injured 76 others, state media reported Saturday.
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