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Some of the world's largest airlines are banning bulk shipments of rechargeable batteries in the face of mounting evidence of their potential to cause catastrophic in-flight fires.
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Wolf prepares 'ambitious' budget, plan for school funding

Marc Levy, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 3rd - 12:20am
Gov. Tom Wolf's first budget proposal to the Legislature will be ambitious, supporters say, in its efforts to provide new funding to education and to help local taxpayers shoulder the burden of paying for public schools.
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Body-camera maker has financial ties to police chiefs

Ryan J. Foley, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 2nd - 11:51pm
Taser International, the stun-gun maker emerging as a leading supplier of body cameras for police, has cultivated financial ties to police chiefs whose departments have bought the recording devices, raising a host of conflict-of-interest questions.
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Japan negotiator: TPP trade deal with US do-able by spring

Elaine Kurtenbach, Associated Press  |  posted 40 minutes ago
A deal between Japan and the U.S. needed to move ahead with a Pacific Rim trade pact is possible by this spring, a top Japanese trade negotiator said Tuesday.
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Barclays takes net loss as past sins linger on balance sheet

The Associated Press  |  posted 40 minutes ago
Barclays reported a net loss of 174 million pounds ($267 million) for 2014, compared with net income of 540 million pounds the previous year, as it paid the price for past scandals.
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Here is the latest Idaho news from The Associated Press

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 3rd - 1:41am
A bill that would ban doctors from prescribing abortion-inducing medication through telemedicine has passed in the Idaho House on a party-line vote. Supporters of the bill argued that the legislation will better protect women's health. House Democrats countered that the bill inappropriately allowed the Idaho Legislature to regulate medicine rather than physicians. The measure now heads to the Senate for approval.
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Venture capitalist to take stand in Silicon Valley lawsuit

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 3rd - 1:22am
A prominent Silicon Valley venture capitalist who helped direct early investments in Google and Amazon.com is set to take the stand in a high-profile sex discrimination lawsuit that has sparked debate over the treatment of women in the high-tech and venture capitalist arenas.
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Glencore net earnings 7 percent lower in 2014 as prices drop

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 3rd - 1:20am
Glencore PLC says its net earnings declined 7 percent last year as the commodities and mining group took charges of $1.1 billion stemming in part from lower commodity prices.
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Macau casino revenue plunges by half in February

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 3rd - 12:10am
Casino revenue in the world gambling capital of Macau plunged by nearly half last month as fewer Chinese high-rollers visited during the busy Lunar New Year holiday, according to a report Tuesday.
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Quality of health care focus of NYC jail oversight hearing

Jake Pearson, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 2nd - 11:20pm
New York City lawmakers are taking a hard look at the quality of health care inmates receive at the Rikers Island jail complex and whether the city should renew a $126.6 million contract with a private health provider.
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United Airlines won't accept rechargeable battery shipments

Joan Lowy, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 2nd - 9:10pm
Citing safety concerns, United Airlines on Monday became the second major U.S. airline to announce it will no longer accept bulk shipments of rechargeable batteries of the kind that power everything from smartphones to laptops to power tools.
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Former Va. governor's appeal cites broad bribery definition

Larry O'Dell, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 2nd - 8:41pm
Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell said in court papers Monday that his conviction on several counts of public corruption was based on an overly broad definition of bribery and a flawed explanation of what constitutes an "official action" by an elected official.
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Wyoming Catholic College opts out of federal student loans

The Associated Press  |  posted Mar 2nd - 8:11pm
Wyoming Catholic College in Lander has elected not to participate in the federal student loan and grant programs.
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Ala. Supreme Court: Tax credit for private-school parents OK

Kim Chandler, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 2nd - 7:51pm
The Alabama Supreme Court on Monday upheld a GOP-championed school-choice law that gives tax credits to help some families pay for private school.
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North Korea lifts Ebola travel restrictions

Eric Talmadge, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 2nd - 7:41pm
North Korea has lifted severe restrictions on foreign travel it imposed last year to keep the Ebola virus from crossing its borders.
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