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'Inside Out' celebrates edge over 'Magic Mike,' 'Terminator'

Lindsey Bahr, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 3rd - 2:52pm
Even with the flashy competition of Terminators and male strippers, the little feelings inside a young girl's head proved to be more of a draw for moviegoers going into the holiday weekend.
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Military recruits still not using American-made sneakers

Philip Marcelo, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 3rd - 2:12pm
New Balance thinks the U.S. military is dragging its feet.
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Russia mulls new selective sanctions against Western nations

Vladimir Isachenkov, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 3rd - 1:52pm
Russia will consider new selective retaliatory measures against some specific Western countries, the nation's security chief said Friday, pointing at Finland as a possible target.
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The Latest: House clears college tuition waiver bill

The Associated Press  |  posted 41 minutes ago
The latest on the activities of the Oregon Legislature as lawmakers press closer to adjourning the 2015 legislative session:
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Mexico City proposes regulations for Uber

The Associated Press  |  posted 42 minutes ago
Mexico City is proposing regulations that would allow Uber and other smartphone-based ride-sharing apps to operate, while requiring drivers and cars to be registered, the city's Office of Legal and Legislative Studies said Friday.
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Construction plan pays for school earthquake improvements

Jonathan J. Cooper and Sheila V Kumar, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 3rd - 3:51pm
Schools would have access to millions of dollars for earthquake improvements, but the state Capitol would remain vulnerable under legislative leaders' proposal for more than $1 billion of construction projects, which is expected to go before committees on Friday.
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Government: Accounting exec earned leniency in Madoff case

Larry Neumeister, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 3rd - 3:11pm
A 79-year-old former New York accounting firm executive who did work for some of Bernard Madoff's most important clients has earned leniency at sentencing because his cooperation provided new insights into history's largest financial fraud, prosecutors said.
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The Latest: Greek PM urges voters to ignore scaremongers

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 3rd - 1:51pm
The latest news on Greece's financial woes and its upcoming referendum on Sunday (all times local):
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Wine ice cream, maple water -- foods of the future?

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 3rd - 12:11pm
There are potato chips -- so, why not chips made from broccoli, chickpeas and kale?
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Idaho's personal income drops slightly in early 2015

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 3rd - 10:21am
Idaho labor officials say the state's growth in personal income slightly dipped during the first three months of this year.
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Greece: Council of State rejects appeal to cancel referendum, vote will go ahead

The Associated Press  |  posted Jul 3rd - 10:11am
Greece: Council of State rejects appeal to cancel referendum, vote will go ahead.
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Estate of 'Untouchables' Ness in legal fight over old stock

Curt Anderson, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 3rd - 9:41am
A legal fight is brewing in Florida between the estate of "Untouchables" Prohibition agent Eliot Ness and an Ohio company over some long-undiscovered stock that apparently belonged to Ness and may be worth more than $1 million.
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S Africa: Opposition files charges against deputy president

Lynsey Chutel, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 3rd - 9:31am
An opposition party filed criminal charges against South Africa's deputy president and other officials on Friday for their alleged involvement in the police shooting deaths of 34 miners during labor unrest.
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Lawsuits challenge railroad's authority to OK oil pipeline

Josh Funk, Associated Press  |  posted Jul 3rd - 9:31am
The U.S. government began handing out land to railroads to encourage their development more than 150 years ago, but there are still questions about how much control those companies have over the land.
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