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• 2 DROWN IN MERCED-AREA LAKE: MERCED (AP) - Two men have drowned at Lake Yosemite outside of Merced after they jumped from a bridge.

July 05, 2013 | | Nation


What now? Q&A about latest snag in health care law

WASHINGTON (AP) - Nothing's ever easy with President Barack Obama's health care law.

July 05, 2013 | | Nation


Chestnut wins with record 69 dogs

NEW YORK (AP) - San Jose's Joey Chestnut downed 69 franks and devoured his own record in the men's Fourth of July hot dog eating contest while Sonya Thomas defended her title in the women's competition.

July 05, 2013 | | Nation


Idaho teacher who had kids mark faces to return

DECLO, Idaho (AP) - A southern Idaho teacher who allowed her fourth-grade students to use markers to draw on the faces of six classmates who failed to meet their reading goals will return to the Declo school for the 2013-14 school year.

July 03, 2013 | | Nation


Delay stirs broader worries about Obamacare

WASHINGTON (AP) - The sudden delay of a major part of President Barack Obama's historic health care overhaul is raising questions about other potential problems lurking in the homestretch.

July 03, 2013 | | Nation


Group seeks more change from Pepsi

NEW YORK (AP) - An environmental group said Wednesday that the caramel coloring used in Pepsi still contains a worrisome level of a carcinogen, even after the drink maker said it would change its formula.

July 03, 2013 | | Nation


Band of Brothers: 3 Texas siblings at West Point

WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) - There are brothers in arms and bands of brothers, and now there are Noah, Sumner and Cole Ogrydziak, three Texas brothers who began their cadet training together at West Point this week.

July 03, 2013 | | Nation


Obama orders US to review aid to Egypt

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama urged Egypt's military Wednesday to hand back control to a democratic, civilian government without delay, but stopped short of calling the ouster of President Mohammed Morsi a coup.

July 03, 2013 | | Nation


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OHIO SINKHOLE SWALLOWS CAR; DRIVER CLIMBS LADDER: TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - A northwest Ohio sinkhole has swallowed a car traveling down a street and briefly trapped the driver, who climbed out after authorities gave her a ladder.

July 03, 2013 | | Nation


Evidence found in secret apartment

WRENTHAM, Mass. (AP) - Aaron Hernandez's home address was no secret after the media camped outside the massive house for days, and cameras caught him leaving, hands cuffed behind his back, when he was arrested for murder.

July 03, 2013 | | Nation


Plan would make tuition free colleges

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - On college campuses across the United States, the eternal optimism of youth has been throttled out by a fear of crushing student debt. That's certainly the case in Oregon, where the cost of tuition has soared as public funding for higher education has declined.

July 03, 2013 | | Nation


Jail guard admits affair with murder convict

NEW YORK (AP) - A former jail guard pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges she had sex behind bars with an inmate convicted of gunning down two police officers in cold blood - a man her lawyer says she still cares about and who fathered her baby boy, named Justus.

July 03, 2013 | | Nation


Ohio tea party to use IRS to fight Medicaid

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Tea party activists in Ohio want to turn an enemy - the Internal Revenue Service - into an ally as they fight continued efforts to expand Medicaid.

July 02, 2013 | | Nation


UnitedHealthcare to stop selling individual plans in California

SACRAMENTO (AP) - A second health insurer notified state regulators Tuesday that it will stop selling individual policies in California.

July 02, 2013 | | Nation


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PROSECUTORS ATTACK ZIMMERMAN STORY SEVERAL WAYS: SANFORD, Fla. (AP) - A judge tossed out a detective's statement that he found George Zimmerman credible in his description of fighting with Trayvon Martin, a decision that benefits prosecutors who are trying to discredit the defendant's self-defense claims.

July 02, 2013 | | Nation


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Tougher fuel-efficiency standards for trucks

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Obama administration on Friday proposed tough new standards to improve fuel efficiency and reduce carbon dioxide pollution from trucks and vans, the latest move by President Barack Obama to address global warming.

June 19, 2015 | | Nation


Utah inmate’s son sues after father misses dialysis, dies

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - The son of an inmate who died at the Utah state prison has sued corrections officials and health care providers, accusing them of violating his father's civil rights by failing to give him dialysis for two days.

June 19, 2015 | | Nation


Suit asks insurance for disabled homeowners with pit bulls

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - People with disabilities shouldn't be turned down for homeowners insurance just because they have pit bulls for service dogs, a federal court lawsuit filed in Oregon says.

June 19, 2015 | | Nation


Man convicted of murder in brutal killing of grandma

ALFRED, Maine (AP) - A man who was angry because his grandmother asked him to move out of her home was convicted Friday of killing her by beating her, stabbing her dozens of times and setting her body on fire.

June 19, 2015 | | Nation


Man accused of killing nine people at chruch spoke of attacking college

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - A black drinking buddy of the white man accused of killing nine people at a Charleston church says the suspect told him a week earlier that he planned to shoot up a college campus in the city.

June 19, 2015 | | Nation


Rangers, SEALs, now Raiders: Marines resurrect historic name

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - The Army has the Green Berets, while the Navy is known for the SEALs. Now, an elite branch of the U.S. Marine Corps will officially be known as Raiders.

June 19, 2015 | | Nation


Chief: Man killed officer so he would be killed by police

CINCINNATI (AP) - Cincinnati's police chief says a man suspected of fatally shooting an officer apparently wanted police to kill him in what the chief described as "suicide by cop."

June 19, 2015 | | Nation


Do fitness trackers really help?

NEW YORK (AP) - Sales of fitness trackers are climbing, and the biggest maker of the gadgets, Fitbit, made a splashy debut on the stock market Thursday. But will the devices really help you get healthier?

June 18, 2015 | | Nation


Utah university creates ‘texting lane’ for phone-focused walkers

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - One Utah university is giving students glued to their cellphones a place to call their own: a designated lane for texting while walking.

June 18, 2015 | | Nation


Feds announce nationwide health care fraud sweeps

WASHINGTON (AP) - Health care fraud sweeps across the country have led to charges against 243 people, including doctors, nurses and pharmacy owners accused of bilking Medicare and Medicaid, the government announced Thursday.

June 18, 2015 | | Nation


Which woman should appear on $10 bill?

WASHINGTON (AP) - Harriet Tubman? Eleanor Roosevelt? Rosa Parks?

June 18, 2015 | | Nation


Lobster prices rise as summer season gets off to slow start

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - American lobster prices are swelling as the summer fishing season gets off to a slow start in New England.

June 18, 2015 | | Nation


McDonald’s downsizing in US

NEW YORK (AP) - The burger chain that put "supersize" into the American vernacular is slimming down: For the first time in more than 40 years, and perhaps ever, McDonald's says the number of U.S. restaurants it has is shrinking.

June 18, 2015 | | Nation


Allegiant Air faces labor disputes, questions

LAS VEGAS (AP) - Issues continue to circle overhead for low-fare Allegiant Air as directors gathered in the profitable company's Las Vegas headquarters Thursday for a shareholder meeting.

June 18, 2015 | | Nation


‘PURE, PURE CONCENTRATED EVIL’

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - It was an act of "pure, pure concentrated evil," Charleston's mayor said - a black community's leading lights extinguished in a spray of bullets, allegedly at the hands of a young white man who was welcomed into their Bible study session. And so the nine victims at The Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church joined the ever-lengthening list of America's racial casualties.

June 18, 2015 | | Nation


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