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Sheila Bair, who was the chairwoman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. during the 2008 financial crisis, has been named president of Maryland's Washington College, a private liberal arts school.
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Belarus requires the idle to pay for not working

The Associated Press  |  posted 4 minutes ago
Under a new measure in Belarus, people who work less than half the year will have to pay the government for their idleness.
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Exterminator goes on trial in Philadelphia doctor's death

Maryclaire Dale, Associated Press  |  posted 4 minutes ago
A pediatrician researching tuberculosis, HIV and other infectious diseases was strangled by an exterminator after she questioned his work and was then tied up with equestrian gear and set on fire, a prosecutor said Wednesday in opening statements at his murder trial.
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EgyptAir pilots threaten to resign, talks set for Saturday

Brian Rohan, Associated Press  |  posted 14 minutes ago
Union officials say 224 EgyptAir pilots have threatened to resign after disputes with the company and will meet with managers and civil aviation officials this weekend for talks.
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New indictment charges owners of kennel where 21 dogs died

The Associated Press  |  posted 24 minutes ago
A new indictment reinstates animal cruelty charges against the owners of a suburban Phoenix kennel where 21 dogs died of heat exhaustion and four others were injured in June.
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Role of government powers at issue in NJ pension case

Geoff Mulvihill, Associated Press  |  posted 33 minutes ago
New Jersey's top court seems to be weighing both the state's obligation to fund public workers' pensions and the court's role in budget matters.
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Bill repealing Nevada winery restrictions gains more support

The Associated Press  |  posted 34 minutes ago
Established wineries and ones that want to expand to Nevada have reached an agreement on repealing the state's partial winery ban.
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Briefs from the Louisiana Legislature's regular session

The Associated Press  |  posted 34 minutes ago
For a second time in two weeks, the Senate health care committee turned down a proposal to expand Louisiana's Medicaid program as allowed under the federal health care law.
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Bird flu virus creeps into northeastern Missouri

Jim Suhr, Associated Press  |  posted 34 minutes ago
A strain of bird flu responsible for the deaths of millions of chickens and turkeys in several states has surfaced in northeastern Missouri, weeks after it was detected elsewhere in the state, the Missouri Department of Agriculture said Wednesday.
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Pharmaceutical firm wants lethal injection drugs returned

Andrew Welsh-Huggins, Associated Press  |  posted 44 minutes ago
A drugmaker has asked states to return supplies of the company's products that could be used for lethal injection in a broad request that included states that don't use the drugs in question.
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Colorado lawmakers enter last day with plenty of work to do

Ivan Moreno and Kristen Wyatt, Associated Press  |  posted 44 minutes ago
Colorado lawmakers began the final mad dash to end of the legislative session Wednesday with plenty of major proposals pending in a divided Legislature, where Republicans run the Senate and Democrats control the House.
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GAO: Gov't waste of natural gas costing taxpayers millions

Hope Yen, Associated Press  |  posted 53 minutes ago
Significant amounts of natural gas on federal lands are being wasted, costing taxpayers tens of millions of dollars each year and adding to harmful greenhouse gas emissions, a congressional investigation has found.
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Washington College names Sheila Bair 28th president

The Associated Press  |  posted 53 minutes ago
Washington College on Maryland's Eastern Shore has a new president.
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Pharmaceutical firm wants lethal injection drugs returned

Andrew Welsh-Huggins, Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 11:43am
A drugmaker has asked states to return supplies of the company's products that could be used for lethal injection in a broad request that included states that don't use the drugs in question.
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Missouri student transportation, scholarships funds released

Marie French, Associated Press  |  posted May 6th - 11:41am
Continued revenue growth means Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon can release an additional $67 million he initially restricted from this year's spending, he said Wednesday.
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