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Belarus' authoritarian president on Sunday promised to help Ukraine as it struggles through its pro-Russia separatist insurgency and economic hardships.
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NYC subways slowly upgrading from 1930s-era technology

By Verena Dobnik, Associated Press  |  posted 14 minutes ago
New York City's subways — the nation's biggest mass transit network — serve more than 6 million daily riders who depend largely on a signal system that dates back to the Great Depression.
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NY farmers lament lost opportunity for gas riches

By Mary Esch, Associated Press  |  posted 15 minutes ago
While environmental groups are doing a victory dance over New York's decision to ban fracking, farmers such as apple grower David Johnson are grieving for dashed hopes and dreams.
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Poll: Americans skeptical of commercial drones

Joan Lowy and Jennifer Agiesta, Associated Press  |  posted 22 minutes ago
Americans broadly back tight regulations on commercial drone operators, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll, as concerns about privacy and safety override the potential benefits of the heralded drone revolution.
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'Hobbit' goes out on top with $90.6 million 5-day debut

By Jake Coyle, Associated Press  |  posted 25 minutes ago
Peter Jackson's "Hobbit" finale went out on top at the box office, debuting with $56.2 million over the weekend and taking in $90.6 million since opening Wednesday, according to studio estimates Sunday.
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US mulls putting NKorea on terrorism sponsor list

By Josh Lederman, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 21st - 9:42am
President Barack Obama says the United States is reviewing whether to put North Korea back on its list of state sponsors of terrorism as Washington decides how to respond to what he calls an "act of cybervandalism," not one of war, against a movie company.
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US companies eager to embrace Cuba face hurdles

By Paul Wiseman, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 21st - 9:20am
Cargill aims to sell more corn and soybeans. MasterCard covets another site for Americans to swipe credit cards. Marriott sees beachfront property that needs hotels.
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California puzzles over safety of driverless cars

By Justin Pritchard, Associated Press  |  posted 5 minutes ago
California's Department of Motor Vehicles will miss a year-end deadline to adopt new rules for cars of the future because regulators first have to figure out how they'll know whether "driverless" vehicles are safe.
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Shumlin team to push less ambitious health changes

By Dave Gram, Associated Press  |  posted 25 minutes ago
After Gov. Peter Shumlin dropped his long-sought goal of a universal, publicly funded health care system this past week, key members of his health care team immediately got back to work picking up less ambitious pieces of the plan.
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School lunches may get tastier after rules eased

By Margaret Reist, Associated Press  |  posted 35 minutes ago
White flour tortillas and pasta might be making a comeback to Lincoln Public Schools lunch lines in the near future.
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Instant racing earns big bucks, draws concerns

By Kimberlee Kruesi, Associated Press  |  posted 45 minutes ago
Nestled in the heart of the small town of Garden City, just outside of Boise, are 200 slot-like machines collecting millions of dollars each month.
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National coal mining deaths

Associated Press  |  posted Dec 21st - 10:00am
National coal mining deaths dropped by more than half the year after the 2010 Upper Big Branch mine explosion in West Virginia, from 48 to 21, and there were 20 each in 2012 and 2013, and a record low of 15 so far in 2014. The U.S. averaged about 30 coal mining deaths a year in the five years before Upper Big Branch. Injuries in coal mines have been on the decline each year since 2007, when there were 4.2 incidents per 200,000 hours worked. Last year the rate was 3.1.
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US coal mines nearing record low in worker deaths

By Dylan Lovan, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 21st - 10:00am
Less than five years after an explosion fueled by excess coal dust killed 29 men deep inside a West Virginia underground mine, the nation's coal mines are on pace for an all-time low in work-related deaths.
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Tobacco settlement board warns against complacency

By Susan Haigh, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 21st - 9:40am
A board that recommends how Connecticut should spend part of its legal settlement with major tobacco companies is urging state lawmakers not to become complacent about combating smoking, insisting that declining rates don't tell the full story.
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Canadian man told to pay $1.5 million for credit card fraud

By Dave Kolpack, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 21st - 9:22am
Prosecutors described a Toronto man's massive credit card fraud scheme as high-tech bank robbery — stealing the identities of 38,000 people in order to bilk dozens of banks. So when he was convicted of mail fraud in February 2011, the federal government began the arduous task of figuring out just how much each victim was owed.
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Inslee criticized for ignoring school levy equity

By Donna Gordon Blankinship, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 21st - 8:50am
When the Washington Supreme Court told the Legislature it needed to fix the way the state pays for public schools, it also ordered lawmakers to stop relying so much on local levy dollars to pay for basic education.
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