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The "Avengers" sequel has failed to top the record opening weekend of the first film. "Avengers: Age of Ultron" grossed a staggering $187.7 million in its first three days in theaters according to Disney estimates on Sunday, but it is a far cry from the first film's $207.4 million debut in 2012.
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Baltimore mayor lifts curfew 6 days after riots

Juliet Linderman, Associated Press  |  posted May 3rd - 10:01am
Six days after the death of Freddie Gray sparked riots in Baltimore, the city's mayor lifted a citywide curfew on Sunday morning, signaling an end to the extraordinary measures taken to ensure public safety amid an outcry over police practices.
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Reform still an issue at troubled Port Authority

David Porter and Meghan Barr, Associated Press  |  posted May 3rd - 9:42am
The leader of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey says he's optimistic about the agency's future even as the criminal case surrounding lane closures at the George Washington Bridge moves forward and a second investigation still looms.
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14-year-old Highland teen shows off entrepreneurial skills

Jen Jacobson  |  posted May 3rd - 8:45am
At 14 years old, Noah Cahoon is CEO of his own company, called Paper Box Pilots. Noah sells a toy product to families across the world. His business even won the attention of an entrepreneur and judge on the TV show "Shark Tank."
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Low milk prices, glutted market put strain on dairy farmers

Mary Esch, Associated Press  |  posted May 3rd - 7:30am
In an online profile of "Our Farmers," New York City milk bottler Elmhurst Dairy tells the story of how David Wood bought his first two calves as a part-time hobby in 1970 and grew his Saratoga County farm to more than a thousand Holsteins, whose milk is trucked every day to its plant in Queens.
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In Congress, income inequality comes with breakfast, lunch

Charles Babington and Laurie Kellman, Associated Press  |  posted May 3rd - 6:03am
Income inequality is more than a political sound bite to workers in the Capitol. It's their life.
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Vermont poultry producers take precautions against bird flu

The Associated Press  |  posted 21 minutes ago
Poultry producers in northern New England are taking precautions against a virulent form of bird flu that has wiped out millions of birds in the Midwest.
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Greece lauds German president's call for possible redress

The Associated Press  |  posted May 3rd - 9:31am
A top Greek lawmaker has welcomed the German president's call for his country to consider World War II redress to Greece as a gesture "of historical significance."
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Fishermen fear looming cost of at-sea monitors this summer

Patrick Whittle, Associated Press  |  posted May 3rd - 8:51am
New England fishermen of important food fish like cod and haddock say the looming cost of paying for at-sea monitors could put them out of business this year.
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Vermillion High School students to help in building project

The Associated Press  |  posted May 3rd - 8:40am
A group of Vermillion students have been hired to help move every piece of classroom furniture from Vermillion High School into another building as workers forge ahead with an improvement project in the 50-year-old school.
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Idaho potato farmers sue feds, state over microscopic pest

Keith Ridler, Associated Press  |  posted May 3rd - 8:40am
A group of 10 eastern Idaho potato growers and a shipper have filed a lawsuit seeking to end a quarantine and field testing imposed by state and federal authorities after the discovery of a microscopic pest that led some countries to ban Idaho spuds.
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Reed says the nation must address the 'student debt crisis'

The Associated Press  |  posted May 3rd - 7:50am
Rhode Island U.S. Sen. Jack Reed says the nation needs to take significant steps to address the student debt crisis threatening the economy.
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Minimum wage cut? Nebraska teens say they need the money

Anna Gronewold, Associated Press  |  posted May 3rd - 7:20am
When Nebraska lawmakers debate whether to allow student workers to be paid a lower minimum wage, much of the talk is about how learning a work ethic is more important for teenagers than the actual money they're paid.
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What to watch: Religious objection bill; Abbott pre-K plan

Will Weissert, Associated Press  |  posted May 3rd - 7:10am
The Texas Legislature is in the homestretch with less than a month left in the session — and top Republicans may have to hustle if they are going to keep their loftiest promises.
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Boehner: Clinton needs to bring Democrats along on trade

The Associated Press  |  posted May 3rd - 7:10am
House Speaker John Boehner says Hillary Rodham Clinton needs to back trade legislation that President Barack Obama wants — and help get Democrats on board.
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