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Lyft And Uber Offering Generous Discounts Before Going Public

Lyft has increased its share by 4 percent nearly three weeks before hitting the NYSE. |
Tribes Accuse Corps of Withholding Pipeline Study Records

Tribes Accuse Corps of Withholding Pipeline Study Records

Information in this article is confirmed with other sources and may be used without attribution to the Associated Press in broadcasts -- websites still must use the attribution. The News Center has no
Crowds Cheer Kickoff of Alaska's Iditarod Race

Crowds Cheer Kickoff of Alaska's Iditarod Race

Big crowds converged on Alaska's largest city Saturday as hundreds of dogs and their humans kicked off the 47th running of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog race with a ceremonial sprint along snow-heaped
3 Big US Churches in Turmoil Over Sex Abuse, LGBT Policy

3 Big US Churches in Turmoil Over Sex Abuse, LGBT Policy

It has been a wrenching season for three of America's largest religious denominations, as sex-abuse scandals and a schism over LGBT inclusion fuel anguish and anger within the Roman Catholic, Southern
Farmers Sue to Stop Measure Giving Lake Erie Legal Rights

Farmers Sue to Stop Measure Giving Lake Erie Legal Rights

An unusual ballot measure approved by voters in Ohio's fourth-largest city to give legal rights to Lake Erie is being challenged by farmers in a federal lawsuit that was filed Wednesday. The lawsuit
US, South Korea Announce End to Joint Military Drills

US, South Korea Announce End to Joint Military Drills

The U.S. and South Korea announced late Saturday the two countries will end annual large-scale joint military exercises as part of diplomatic efforts to “achieve complete denuclearization of the
Parachuting Into Wildfire: What It's Like to Be a Smokejumper

Parachuting Into Wildfire: What It's Like to Be a Smokejumper

They're called smokejumpers and, as you may guess from the name, they have very dangerous work. Their job is to parachute into the spot where a wildfire has started and put it out with the help of

Bernie Sanders vows to defeat Trump as he launches 2020 campaign

US Senator Bernie Sanders returned to the place of his birth Saturday to deliver the first rally speech of his presidential campaign, vowing to defeat "the most dangerous president in modern American
Two Dead, Six Hurt When Car Hits New Orleans Crowd

Two Dead, Six Hurt When Car Hits New Orleans Crowd

Two people have been killed and six injured after being struck by a vehicle on a busy New Orleans thoroughfare Saturday evening, authorities said.Police Superintendent Shaun Ferguson told local media
Space X Crew Capsule Reaches Space Station

Space X Crew Capsule Reaches Space Station

The first American commercially built-and-operated crew spacecraft in eight years docked successfully Sunday at the International Space Station.There was, however, no crew aboard the spacecraft, just

Despite Trump's 'wall' fixation, Latino immigration to US has plummeted

Despite US President Donald Trump’s lurid rhetoric on a "crisis" at the Mexican border, census data reveals the number of new arrivals from Latin America has fallen considerably since 2010, as the
Trump Cites Cost as Reason for Halting US-South Korea War Games

Trump Cites Cost as Reason for Halting US-South Korea War Games

President Donald Trump says the reason he canceled large-scale springtime military drills with South Korea is to save "hundreds of millions of dollars" that the U.S. is never reimbursed."That was my
Top Democrats Vow to Intensify Trump Probes

Top Democrats Vow to Intensify Trump Probes

The head of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee plans to issue requests for documents Monday to 60 people, including officials at the White House and Justice Department, as part of stepped-up
US: Diplomats Have Visited With Detainee in Saudi Arabia

US: Diplomats Have Visited With Detainee in Saudi Arabia

U.S. diplomats have visited with a dual U.S.-Saudi national believed to have been tortured during his detention in Riyadh, National Security Advisor John Bolton said Sunday.Walid Fitaihi, a
US Senate to Vote on Trump's National Emergency Declaration

US Senate to Vote on Trump's National Emergency Declaration

President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration for border wall construction could receive its second rebuke from Congress when the Senate votes on a resolution of disapproval. VOA's Michael
Senate Seems to Have Votes to Reject Trump’s Wall Move

Senate Seems to Have Votes to Reject Trump’s Wall Move

Opponents of President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency at the U.S.-Mexico border appear to have enough Senate votes to reject his move, now that Republican Rand Paul of Kentucky has
FACT CHECK: Trump’s Epic Speech Is Laced With Fabrication

FACT CHECK: Trump’s Epic Speech Is Laced With Fabrication

President Donald Trump uttered a dizzying number of false statements in his epically long weekend speech, to an audience that didn’t seem to mind at all.He got the unemployment rate wrong. He

The Best ’88 Chrysler Conquest Ever

Nevertheless, John Lazorack III has built a really, really good one over the course of the last couple decades. Purchasing the car in 11th grade, he’s actually built the Starion — excuse me, Conquest
Rand Paul Becomes 4th Republican to Oppose Trump Emergency Declaration

Rand Paul Becomes 4th Republican to Oppose Trump Emergency Declaration

U.S. Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky has become the fourth Republican to vow to oppose President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration to build a wall along the southern U.S. border, likely
US Shutters Its Consulate in Jerusalem, Angering Palestinians

US Shutters Its Consulate in Jerusalem, Angering Palestinians

The United States is shutting down its consulate in Jerusalem, which served the Palestinians, and will merge its entire diplomatic mission to the new embassy starting Monday."It does not signal a