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Asian stocks were higher on Thursday as strong U.S. payroll data overshadowed worries about Greek debt.
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Washington has a budget, but Legislature isn't finished

Donna Gordon Blankinship, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 7:31pm
Washington state has a budget for the next two years. The government has not shut down. So why haven't state lawmakers gone home for summer vacation? They still have work to do.
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The Latest: Moody's downgrades Greece to Caa3

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 6:21pm
The latest news on Greece's financial woes (all times local):
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Puerto Rico power company forced to sell bonds amid crisis

Danica Coto, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 4:41pm
Puerto Rico's troubled power company has been forced to sell bonds again to obtain capital and avoid defaulting on a $415 million debt payment due Wednesday amid a worsening economic crisis in the U.S. territory.
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Wolf, GOP lawmakers make plans to resume talks after veto

Mark Scolforo and Peter Jackson, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 3:51pm
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and legislative leaders agreed Wednesday to restart budget talks after Wolf vetoed a Republican-crafted spending plan that every Democrat legislator voted against.
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US probes possible collusion among airlines to keep fares up

David Koenig, Scott Mayerowitz and Eric Tucker, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 9:41pm
The U.S. government is investigating possible collusion among major airlines to limit available seats, which keeps airfares high, according to a document obtained by The Associated Press.
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Customs officials recover idol looted from Indian temple

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 8:51pm
Customs officials in New York have recovered a bronze religious statue from the 11th or 12th century that they say was looted from a temple in India.
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Mayor: Chicago school cuts include layoffs, less maintenance

Sophia Tareen, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 7:31pm
Chicago school and city officials detailed $200 million in cuts — including layoffs, scaled-back maintenance and reduced transportation — to the nation's third-largest school district Wednesday, one day after the district paid a $634 million pension bill officials said it couldn't afford.
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Former federal agent pleads guilty to extortion

Paul Elias, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 6:11pm
A former undercover drug agent pleaded guilty Wednesday to extortion and other charges after authorities said he used his position to steal more than $700,000 in digital currency, most of it siphoned from an online drug bazaar known as Silk Road that he infiltrated as part of a federal investigation.
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Here is the latest Nevada news from The Associated Press

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 5:31pm
Las Vegas police say a woman who was wounded will face several criminal charges after her alleged accomplice was killed by a resident wielding an AK-47 during a botched home invasion robbery. Police say Tarnisha Harris remains hospitalized with a serious leg injury after the shooting. The Clark County coroner hasn't identified the would-be robber who died.
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US sues to block GE appliance business sale to Electrolux

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 5:21pm
The U.S. government is seeking to stop Electrolux from buying General Electric's appliance division, saying the combined company would dominate sales of ovens and other cooking-related kitchen appliances, especially to customers like home builders, property managers, hotels, and governments.
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Pennsylvania AG sues operator of 14 nursing homes

Marc Levy, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 5:11pm
The Pennsylvania attorney general's office on Wednesday sued the operator of 36 nursing homes in the state, saying the staff at some of the facilities failed to meet residents' most basic human needs, falsified records about care and willfully deceived state inspectors.
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Current heat wave can have negative impact on crops

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 5:01pm
Agricultural experts say the current heat wave can have a negative impact on farmer's crops.
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Jamaica officials, artists hold reggae conference

David McFadden, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 4:32pm
Government officials, lawyers and artists participated in a conference Wednesday to hash over ways of giving Jamaica a competitive advantage from reggae, the homegrown music that long ago went global.
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JBS USA to buy Cargill pork business for $1.45 billion

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 3:41pm
The U.S. subsidiary of a Brazilian-based international meat processor is buying the pork division of Cargill Inc.
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Robot kills man at Volkswagen plant in Germany

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 1st - 3:41pm
A robot has killed a contractor at one of Volkswagen's production plants in Germany, the automaker said Wednesday.
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