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NEW YORK (AP) — Americans hoping to save on European goods thanks to a falling euro shouldn't rush to uncork that bottle of French Bordeaux. There's very little to celebrate. Not since August 2003 has the euro traded this low against the dollar. Still, German sports cars,...
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. accident investigators are recommending that all airliners making long flights over water be equipped with improved locator technology so they can be found in the event of a crash. Recommendations were prompted in part by the disappearance of Malaysia...
SAN MATEO, Calif. (AP) — A police officer in California resorted to hitting two pit bulls with his patrol car to stop a neighborhood rampage in which the dogs attacked several people, including a city sanitation worker, and charged a woman pushing two children in a stroller. One...
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Yellowstone National Park has begun shipping wild bison for slaughter as part of a plan to reduce the park's population by as many as 900 animals this winter. More than 100 bison captured near the park's northern border with Montana were removed from...
Lori Simons took the bright orange pill at 3 a.m. Eight hours later, doctors sliced into her brain, looking for signs that the drug was working. She is taking part in one of the most unusual cancer experiments in the nation. With special permission from the Food and Drug...
EVERGREEN, Colo. (AP) — Every year on his daughter's birthday, Ian Sullivan visits the grave of the child he lost when a gunman slipped into a Colorado movie theater and fatally shot the 6-year-old as she sat with mother in the third row. And every year, he finds a birthday card...
NEW YORK (AP) — New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver was arrested Thursday on corruption charges and accused of using his position as one of the most powerful politicians in Albany to obtain millions of dollars in bribes and kickbacks masked as legitimate income. The 70-year...
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Authorities expect to determine Thursday if thousands of residents of a Montana city can drink from their taps after a broken pipeline spilled oil into a river and contaminated their water supply. Jeni Garcin with the Montana Department of Environmental...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists says Earth is now closer to human-caused doomsday than it has been in more than 30 years because of global warming and nuclear weaponry. The advocacy group founded by the creators of the atomic bomb moved their famed "Doomsday...