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Two major U.S airlines say they will no longer accept rechargeable battery shipments as new government tests confirm that explosions and violent fires are likely to occur when large numbers of batteries enclosed in cargo containers overheat.
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Wolf seeks billions in higher taxes for schools, tax revamp

Marc Levy and Peter Jackson, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 3rd - 4:31pm
In an ambitious first budget plan, Gov. Tom Wolf on Tuesday proposed more than $4 billion in higher state taxes on income, sales and natural gas drilling to support a huge injection of money into schools and property tax cuts as part of an overhaul of the way public education is funded.
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Brazil: Investigation sought for 54 pols in kickback scandal

Brad Brooks, Associated Press  |  posted 49 minutes ago
Brazil's attorney general on Tuesday asked the nation's Supreme Court for permission to investigate 54 top political figures for alleged involvement in what prosecutors say is the country's largest corruption scandal yet uncovered.
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Judge hears arguments over Citibank and Argentina bonds

The Associated Press  |  posted 57 minutes ago
A Citibank lawyer has warned a judge its Argentina branch will be in "great danger" if he refuses to let the South American nation pay interest to bondholders.
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Higher education board split on home for lawyers, auditors

Dave Kolpack, Associated Press  |  posted 58 minutes ago
The North Dakota Board of Higher Education said Tuesday it is opposed to several facets of a House budget bill but decided to wait before taking a stance on a proposal to move university system lawyers and auditors under the umbrella of other state agencies.
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Venture capitalist testifies in Silicon Valley sex-bias suit

Sudhin Thanawala, Associated Press  |  posted 58 minutes ago
A legendary billionaire investor defended his Silicon Valley venture capital firm Tuesday while testifying in a high-profile sex discrimination lawsuit that has accused the firm of being an all-boys club where women were denied chances to advance and treated as second-class citizens.
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Target to cut $2B in costs, including several thousand jobs

Anne D'innocenzio and Marley Jay, Associated Press  |  posted 59 minutes ago
Target Corp. is cutting several thousand jobs as part of a plan to eliminate $2 billion in costs over the next two years.
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Career Education jumps on narrower-than-expected loss

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 3rd - 5:01pm
Shares of Career Education Corp. surged in after-market trading Tuesday after the for-profit education company posted a smaller quarterly loss than Wall Street expected.
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Fed Chair Yellen reports small dip in assets for 2014

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 3rd - 5:01pm
Fed Chair Janet Yellen may have gotten a job promotion last year, but her total assets don't appear to have gotten a bump.
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Agents target industry helping Chinese women have US babies

Amy Taxin, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 3rd - 4:41pm
Federal agents searched three dozen homes Tuesday in California during a crackdown on so-called maternity tourism operators who arrange for pregnant Chinese women to give birth in the U.S., where their babies automatically become American citizens.
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2015 Associated Press Central all-district boys, girls teams

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 3rd - 4:40pm
The Associated Press Central all-district boys and girls high school teams, as selected by a media panel from the district, with height, year and regular-season scoring average:
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Idaho panel takes up guidelines for driverless cars

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 3rd - 4:21pm
Idaho citizens could soon be sharing the road with driverless cars.
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On Town Meeting Day, Groton rejects ATV use on some roads

Lisa Rathke, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 3rd - 4:21pm
Groton voters rejected a proposal Tuesday to allow the use of all-terrain vehicles on some town roads in the longest Town Meeting Day debate since the rural community discussed a $1 fee for registering cats in 1999.
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Status of some bills in the Mississippi Legislature

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 3rd - 4:11pm
Tuesday marked a big deadline during the three-month session of the Mississippi Legislature. It was the final day for House and Senate committees to act on general bills that had already been passed by the other chamber. Bills that survived the deadline will go to the full House or Senate for more debate. Here's a look at the status of selected bills:
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Engineer in Southern California train crash dies

John Antczak, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 3rd - 4:11pm
The engineer of a Southern California commuter train died Tuesday, a week after he was badly injured when his train smashed into a truck that had been abandoned on the tracks, officials said.
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