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Donors chip in to help programs hurt by shutdown

10/13/2013 2:15am
As the partial government shutdown rolls on, programs that rely on federal money are feeling the strain _ and so are the people who depend on their services.

Hope remains for global recovery beyond US impasse

10/13/2013 3:07am
Worries about a possible U.S. debt default cast a pall over weekend meetings of global financial leaders in Washington. But they ended with some hope over signs that the U.S. and European economies are pulling out of long slumps.

Furloughed workers pinching pennies, volunteering

10/13/2013 7:31am
They're experienced research engineers and park rangers still in college, attorneys who enforce environmental regulations and former soldiers who took civilian jobs with the military after coming home from war.

Chicago Marathon runners hit the streets

10/13/2013 8:05am
The Chicago Marathon has kicked off, featuring runners from more than 120 countries and all 50 states

Shutdown impact: A few national parks reopen

10/13/2013 10:15am
The government shutdown continues with some hope for those who would like to visit the nation's national parks: The Obama administration said it would allow the states to use their own money to pay for park operations. Arizona, Colorado, New York, North Dakota and Utah were among those that jumped at the chance.

Spending stumbling block to budget deal

10/13/2013 11:18am
Senate Republicans and Democrats hit an impasse Sunday over spending in their last-ditch struggle to avoid an economy-jarring default in just four days and end a partial government shutdown that enters its third week.

Spending stumbling block to budget deal

10/13/2013 11:18am
Senate Republicans and Democrats hit an impasse Sunday over spending in their last-ditch struggle to avoid an economy-jarring default in just four days and end a partial government shutdown that enters its third week.

Statue of Liberty reopens amid federal shutdown

10/13/2013 11:48am
Lady Liberty was once again welcoming visitors to her shores Sunday after the state agreed to shoulder the costs of running the famed statue during the federal government shutdown.

AP PHOTOS: A look at the Chicago Marathon

10/13/2013 12:12pm
Chicago Marathon runners hit the streets Sunday morning, nearly six months after the Boston Marathon bombings, with more security lining race route and spectator areas. Runners from more than 120 countries and all 50 states observed a moment of silence for the victims and families before the race kicked off. On a sunny day with the forecast calling for temperatures to hit the high 50s when the top runners finished, conditions were close to ideal. But there was a different feel to this event in the wake of the Boston bombings, which killed three people and injured more than 260 others.

Arrest in Baby Hope case brings closure to police

10/13/2013 12:13pm
The announcement of an arrest in one of New York City's most notorious cold cases was especially relieving for two hardened investigators, who for 22 years had been working to identify the girl they nicknamed Baby Hope after discovering her body stuffed in a picnic cooler along a highway.

Memorial set for man killed on anti-bullying walk

10/13/2013 1:31pm
A memorial service has been scheduled for an Oregon man who was killed last week while walking across the country to raise awareness about bullying.

Amid shutdown, runners protest at Valley Forge

10/13/2013 2:27pm
Dozens of people staged a protest run through Valley Forge National Historical Park on Sunday after a runner and others were ticketed amid the government shutdown.

DC crowd pushes through barriers to WWII Memorial

10/13/2013 3:42pm
A crowd converged on the World War II Memorial on the National Mall on Sunday, pushing past barriers to protest the memorial's closing under the government shutdown.

Md. AG responds to report he drove recklessly

10/13/2013 4:01pm
Maryland's attorney general ordered troopers to drive him around with lights and sirens on, and to speed and run red lights on the way to appointments, according to written reports by state police officials.

Dying Ohio man on gurney leads daughter down aisle

10/13/2013 4:12pm
A terminally ill Ohio man who arrived at his daughter's wedding by ambulance gave her away, from a hospital gurney.

Ex-US Rep. Gabby Giffords attends NY gun show

10/13/2013 4:21pm
A smiling Gabrielle Giffords toured rows of tables loaded with rifles and handguns Sunday in her first visit to a gun show since surviving a 2011 shooting, and pleaded afterward for people to come together to stop gun violence.

Social Security raise to be among lowest in years

10/13/2013 4:58pm
For the second straight year, millions of Social Security recipients, disabled veterans and federal retirees can expect historically small increases in their benefits come January.

Times-Dispatch's Silvestri elected SNPA president

10/13/2013 5:42pm
Tom Silvestri, president and publisher of the Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch, was elected president of the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association on Sunday at its annual News Industry Summit.

Boat capsizes near Miami; 30 people rescued

10/13/2013 10:14pm
A 45-foot boat capsized Sunday in waters near Miami, tossing 30 people into the sea during one of the city's busiest boating days, authorities said. All of those on board were rescued and no one was hurt.
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