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BROWNINGTON, Vt. (AP) — A hilltop village near the Canadian border grew to more than double its usual population of about 900 on Monday as people lined up to see dozens of oxen move an old schoolhouse back to its original location. The goal of the re-enactment was to move the...
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama's Court of the Judiciary said it will soon decide whether to remove Alabama's suspended chief justice, Roy Moore, from office after hearing Monday from both sides on his misconduct charges. Moore is accused of violating judicial ethics by urging...
WASHINGTON (AP) — A new study clearly connects rising temperatures to increases in waterborne food-poisonings and other infections. About a dozen species of vibrio (VIB'-ree-oh) bacteria make people sick from eating raw or undercooked seafood, particularly oysters, or drinking...
DALLAS (AP) — Twice in less than a month, a major airline was paralyzed by a computer outage that prevented passengers from checking in and flights from taking off. Last month, it took Southwest days to recover from a breakdown it blamed on a faulty router. On Monday, it was...
WASHINGTON (AP) — THE ISSUE How should America use its influence in a world where being a superpower doesn't get you what it once did? As instability and human tragedy in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and Syria have shown, the U.S. alone cannot impose solutions or force the surrender...
PHOENIX (AP) — The sheriff of metropolitan Phoenix has raised close to $10 million in his bid for a seventh term, a stunning collection of campaign riches for a local police race, and much of it was contributed by a devoted base of backers who live outside Arizona. Sheriff Joe...
WASHINGTON (AP) — In his centerpiece speech on the economy, Donald Trump wrongly accused Hillary Clinton of wanting to increase middle-class taxes and blamed America's crumbling roads and bridges in part on the money spent on refugees, a minuscule expense in comparison with...
NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) — The perjury trial of Pennsylvania's attorney general is set to be a gossip-filled political affair with a list of potential witnesses and topics including judges, journalists and former top aides to the embattled Democrat. Jurors were being questioned...
The waters are shallow and lifeguards are seemingly everywhere at the proliferating number of waterparks around the U.S. But the death over the weekend of a Kansas state lawmaker's 10-year-old son on a waterslide billed as the world's largest is the latest example that dangers...