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Audiences had their pick of genres over the Christmas weekend, but despite a host of fresh arrivals, splashy holiday fare like "Unbroken" and "Into the Woods" proved no match for "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies."
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Atlantic City eager for 2015 after its worst year

By Wayne Parry, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 28th - 10:21am
Few people are more eager to see the clock strike midnight on Dec. 31 than Atlantic City casino executives and the thousands of workers who still have jobs there.
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2014 timeline of Atlantic City's battered casinos

By Wayne Parry, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 28th - 10:20am
Four of Atlantic City's 12 casinos shut down in 2014 (and a fifth nearly joined them before being rescued under a last-minute financing arrangement). Here's a look at what was the worst year for the city's casino industry in its 36-year history:
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Farmers brace for labor shortage under new policy

By Scott Smith, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 28th - 9:52am
Farmers already scrambling to find workers in California — the nation's leading grower of fruits, vegetables and nuts — fear an even greater labor shortage under President Barack Obama's executive action to block some 5 million people from deportation.
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Arizona Gov. Brewer leaving legacy of battling Washington

By Bob Christie, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 28th - 9:42am
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer fought President Barack Obama on immigration and border security for most of her tenure, earning national prominence by enacting tough laws that were mainly struck down by the courts and famously wagging her finger in the president's face during a meeting on an airport tarmac.
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Seed libraries struggle with state laws limiting exchanges

By Scott McFetridge, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 28th - 8:32am
For thousands of years, people have exchanged seeds to grow terrific tomatoes or produce the perfect potato, but a new effort to loan and borrow seeds has created a conflict between well-meaning gardeners and state agriculture officials who feel obligated to enforce laws restricting the practice.
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Residents alarmed as Coast Guard changes foghorns

By Patrick Whittle, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 28th - 8:11am
For Tom Bradbury and his neighbors, the town foghorn is more than just a familiar, wistful noise — it represents something greater, like peace itself.
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AirAsia jet lost in stormy weather over Indonesia with 162 aboard; 3rd Malaysia airline shock

The Associated Press  |  posted Dec 28th - 10:21am
An astonishingly tragic year for air travel in Southeast Asia has turned worse, with an AirAsia plane carrying 162 people disappearing today over stormy Indonesian waters.
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Congress likely to make key decisions on drones

By Joan Lowy, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 28th - 8:40am
The Obama administration is on the verge of proposing long-awaited rules for commercial drone operations in U.S. skies, but key decisions on how much access to grant drones are likely to come from Congress next year.
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Fiscal issues to drive Kansas lawmakers' session

By John Hanna, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 28th - 8:30am
Kansas lawmakers have a plateful of potentially ugly decisions ahead to close state budget shortfalls, but some of them and Republican Gov. Sam Brownback have bigger ambitions for the annual legislative session opening next month.
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In 83 speeches, senator pushes for climate change

By Jennifer McDermott, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 28th - 8:30am
Like he did 82 times before, Sheldon Whitehouse stood on the Senate floor and preached the dangers of climate change.
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Algeria calls for OPEC to cut production

By Aomar Ouali, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 28th - 8:02am
Algeria's oil minister on Sunday called on OPEC to cut production and raise the price of oil, which has plunged dramatically in the last six months.
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Libya FM calls oil region clashes a serious escalation

By Sarah El Deeb, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 28th - 7:20am
Libya's foreign minister said Sunday that extremist groups are escalating their attacks and making a renewed push to seize oil resources, after an assault on eastern terminals set storage tanks ablaze, sending massive clouds of black smoke into the sky.
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Gap between rich, poor schools doubled in 4 years

By Marc Levy, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 28th - 7:01am
The gap between what wealthy districts and poor districts spend to educate children has widened dramatically in the four years since GOP Gov. Tom Corbett took office, amid deep budget-balancing cuts in state aid under Republican-controlled Harrisburg and long-delayed pension obligation payments coming due.
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Cops: Woman smeared bacon on police station window

The Associated Press  |  posted Dec 28th - 6:40am
Police in Massachusetts have arrested a woman who they say smeared uncooked bacon and sausage all over a police station dispatch window offering to "feed the pigs."
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