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Dozens of villagers remained in shelters Monday as aftershocks rattled a region in central Japan hit by a weekend earthquake that injured at least 41 people and destroyed more than 50 homes.
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Chilean moms growing support for medical marijuana

Eva Vergara, Associated Press  |  posted 17 minutes ago
Paulina Bobadilla was beyond desperate. The drugs no longer stopped her daughter's epileptic seizures and the little girl had become so numb to pain, she would tear off her own fingernails and leave her small fingers bleeding.
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Merry marijuana: Pot sellers woo holiday shoppers

Kristen Wyatt, Associated Press  |  posted 37 minutes ago
That's not mistletoe.
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Portuguese ex-premier kept in jail amid fraud case

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 2:02pm
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates is spending a third straight night in jail as officials continue to investigate him for suspected corruption, money-laundering and tax fraud.
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Fort Drum powered by wood in renewable energy push

Mary Esch, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 10:11am
Bulldozers rumble up and down steaming mountains of wood chips 24 hours a day, stoking the boilers that provide electricity to all 168 square miles of Fort Drum, home of the Army's 10th Mountain Division.
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Health exchanges' finances face test in 2nd year

Erika Niedowski, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 9:23am
The federal government shelled out billions of dollars to get health insurance marketplaces going in the 14 states that opted to run their own. Now they must act like true marketplaces and start paying for themselves.
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Questions, answers about Detroit's bankruptcy

Ed White, Associated Press  |  posted 35 minutes ago
A judge on Nov. 7 signed off on Detroit's plan to emerge from bankruptcy, but he didn't specify when that would happen. A specific date is expected to be discussed during a court hearing Monday.
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Asian stocks gain after China rate cut

Joe McDonald, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 9:01pm
Asian stocks rose Monday after China's surprise interest rate cut as investors looked ahead to European inflation data due out this week and OPEC meeting to discuss oil production levels.
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Innovation Economy wins Big A feature

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 6:01pm
Innovation Economy rallied from last to win the $67,000 allowance feature by 6 1/4 lengths on Sunday at Aqueduct.
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Jacobs Engineering CEO to retire this year

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 5:22pm
The construction services firm Jacobs Engineering says CEO Craig Martin will step down in late December because of health reasons.
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NC likely to join legislative push on Uber, Lyft

Jonathan Drew, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 3:21pm
North Carolina has become an attractive market for smartphone-based car services such as Uber and Lyft, which are drawn to the state's mid-sized cities that have college students and young professionals but lack extensive mass transit. It's also one of many states where little regulation exists outside of traditional cab and limo services.
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Pocatello's Delta air service upgraded to jets

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 2:11pm
Pocatello's commercial air service is getting an upgrade.
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Survey: US gas prices fall 10 cents per gallon in 2 weeks

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 1:21pm
A national survey reveals the average price of regular gasoline has plunged another 10 cents a gallon over the past two weeks, to $2.84.
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Jindal seen as liability for GOP candidate Cassidy

Melinda Deslatte, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 9:51am
In the still-unfolding Louisiana Senate race, when Republican Bill Cassidy wants to hurt Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu's standing, he suggests that a vote for her is a vote for unpopular President Barack Obama.
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School funding suit complicates Kansas budget fix

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 9:31am
Even before state courts decide whether Kansas spends enough money on public schools, an education funding lawsuit is complicating efforts by legislators and Gov. Sam Brownback to close budget shortfalls.
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EPA gives tribe $165,000 environmental grant

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 23rd - 9:30am
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has granted $165,000 to the Coeur d'Alene Tribe to pay for recycling, environmental and energy efficiency programs.
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