July 6th, 2015
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08/24/2014 2:50amIran unveiled a new generation of short-range marine missiles and aerial drones on Sunday, as President Hassan Rouhani said its military doctrine was based on deterring and countering threats from unnamed foreign powers.
08/24/2014 6:32amTaxes? Who wants to think about taxes around Labor Day?
08/24/2014 6:42amTen or 12 times a year, Beatrice Adams' daughter would race her frail mother to the emergency room for high blood pressure or pain from a list of chronic illnesses.
08/24/2014 7:41amThe Ohio Supreme Court is weighing arguments by charter schools that they are entitled to equipment bought by their management company with taxpayer dollars without having to pay for the property.
08/24/2014 8:00amMarilyn Grossman has the kind of career that doesn't come with a blueprint: Along with her husband, Brad, she raises Saanen dairy goats, in part for their protein-rich milk, but mostly so the milk can be turned into natural, hand-crafted soaps they say are especially beneficial for people with allergies.
08/24/2014 8:00amTerry Lively, the president of Vandalia Productions LLC, wants people to understand the importance of covered bridges in the state.
08/24/2014 9:00amA leather photo wallet may have saved Ted McClurg's life when shrapnel flew through the tank he commanded.
08/24/2014 9:01amThe owner of a North Dakota coffee shop is flattered his decision to operate the business on the honor system garnered international attention earlier this summer, but those who equate it to the goodness of all humanity might want to help themselves to a decaf K-Cup.
08/24/2014 9:20amGrambling State University is looking to hire from within for positions that became vacant after Cynthia Warrick took over as president July 1.
08/24/2014 10:50amWith the school year less than two weeks away, New York City is racing to complete an unprecedented prekindergarten expansion — and its success or failure could have major political implications for its first-year mayor, Bill de Blasio.
08/24/2014 11:20amSwiss pharmaceutical company Roche said Sunday it has reached an $8.3 billion deal to buy InterMune Inc., a California-based developer of treatments for lung diseases.
08/24/2014 2:01pmPhilippine de Rothschild, an energetic and self-certain grande dame of Bordeaux wine who halted an acting career to run vineyards owned by the family dynasty, has died, her company said Sunday. She was 80.
08/24/2014 2:20pmThe endowment supporting the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville has grown to $920.6 million.
08/24/2014 2:31pm"Guardians of the Galaxy" became the summer's top-grossing movie at the North American box office with a $17.6 million weekend that narrowly bested the young adult melodrama "If I Stay," while the long-delayed "Sin City" sequel, "A Dame to Kill For," flopped.
08/24/2014 3:21pmThe average U.S. price of gasoline has dipped 4 cents per gallon in the past two weeks, and prices in California have fallen 5 cents in the same time period.
08/24/2014 3:31pmWinemakers in California's storied Napa Valley woke up to thousands of broken bottles and barrels as a result of Sunday's earthquake.
08/24/2014 5:40pmA former Republican governor of Florida, Charlie Crist, has campaigned at early voting sites and black churches, seeking voter support ahead of a Democratic primary as he bids for his old job back under a different party affiliation.
08/24/2014 5:51pmA former Republican governor of Florida, Charlie Crist, campaigned at early voting sites and black churches on the final weekend before a state Democratic primary as he sought his old job back under a different party affiliation.
08/24/2014 6:21pmA major seed company is being sued by 32 migrant farm workers and seven of their children over the workers' claims that they were underpaid and experienced unsafe conditions and poor housing while removing tassels from corn in southwestern Michigan.
08/24/2014 10:11pmA majority of economists are saying that the Federal Reserve is doing the right things to help repair the U.S. economy. That's according to a new survey done by the National Association of Business Economists.
08/24/2014 10:41pmA majority of economists believe the Federal Reserve is doing the right things to help repair the U.S. economy, according to a survey released Monday by the National Association of Business Economists.
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