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Airline consolidation could mean higher fares for consumers

CHICAGO - A long-anticipated consolidation of U.S. airlines could mean higher fares for travelers as overlapping routes are eliminated, experts said Wednesday as talk of likely deals reverberated throughout the industry.

December 28, 2006 | By DAVE CARPENTER AP Business Writer | Nation


Indian tribe is building a glass deck that will offer a bird’s-eye view of the Grand Canyon

HUALAPAI INDIAN RESERVATION, Ariz. - A struggling Indian tribe is hoping to change its fortunes by luring tourists out over the edge of the Grand Canyon on a glass-bottom observation deck 4,000 feet above the Colorado River.

December 28, 2006 | By CHRIS KAHN Associated Press Writer | Nation


FDA proposes expanding antidepressant suicide warning to include young adults

WASHINGTON - Treatment with antidepressants increases the risk of suicidal thoughts and behavior in patients up to age 24, according to proposed changes to the drugs' labels unveiled Wednesday by health officials.

December 28, 2006 | By ANDREW BRIDGES Associated Press Writer | Nation


Fed holds interest rates steady — good cheer for shoppers though Wall Street ready for a cut

WASHINGTON - The Federal Reserve kept interest rates steady, giving holiday shoppers a reason for some cheer. However, the Fed held back an extra gift Wall Street was hoping for: a signal that rates might actually be lowered soon.

December 27, 2006 | By JEANNINE AVERSA AP Economics Writer | Nation


Taco Bell aims to persuade customers its food is safe after outbreak

LOS ANGELES - Taco Bell Corp. launched a newspaper ad blitz and sent its president on a string of media interviews Tuesday to persuade customers that its food is safe - even as the cause of the E. coli outbreak linked to the fast-food chain remained a mystery.

December 27, 2006 | By ALEX VEIGA AP Business Writer | Nation


Bombing strikes Shiites looking for work in central Baghdad, killing at least 63

BAGHDAD, Iraq - A suicide bomber struck a crowd of mostly poor Shiites in Baghdad on Tuesday, killing at least 63 people and wounding more than 200 after luring construction workers onto a pickup truck by offering them jobs as they were eating breakfast.

December 27, 2006 | By KIM GAMEL Associated Press Writer | Nation


3 young sons of senior Palestinian officer killed in drive-by shooting

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - Gunmen killed the three young sons of a Palestinian security officer targeted twice before for assassination by Hamas, riddling the car taking them to school with more than 60 bullets - and raising the specter of open war between Fatah and the Islamic group.

December 26, 2006 | By IBRAHIM BARZAK Associated Press Writer | Nation


December on track to be one of the deadliest for troops in Iraq; another helicopter down

BAGHDAD, Iraq - A Marine helicopter made a hard landing Monday in a remote desert area of Anbar province, injuring 18 people, the third U.S. aircraft to go down in the insurgent stronghold in two weeks.

December 26, 2006 | By KIM GAMEL Associated Press Writer | Nation


Bush seeks advice on new course in Iraq

WASHINGTON - President Bush, eager to show he can take advice on Iraq, embarked on a round of public outreach Monday and promised Americans the unpopular war eventually would make their lives safer.

December 26, 2006 | By BEN FELLER Associated Press Writer | Nation


Holocaust deniers gather in Iran for conference casting doubt on Nazi genocide

TEHRAN, Iran - Iran hosted Holocaust deniers from around the world Monday at a conference examining whether the Nazi genocide took place, a meeting Israel's prime minister condemned as a ''sick phenomenon.''

December 26, 2006 | By NASSER KARIMI Associated Press Writer | Nation


Poll: Teens, adults separated by ’instant message gap’

WASHINGTON - Teenager Michelle Rome can't imagine life without instant messaging. Baby boomer Steve Wilson doesn't care that it even exists.

December 22, 2006 | By WILL LESTER Associated Press Writer | Nation


GOP’s Capitol control winds down in a shuffle of boxes and some long faces

WASHINGTON - It has not been a pretty sight on Capitol Hill in the waning hours of Republican control.

December 22, 2006 | By DARLENE SUPERVILLE Associated Press Writer | Nation


Officials say Saudis major provider of finance to Iraqi Sunni insurgents

CAIRO, Egypt - Private Saudi citizens are giving millions of dollars to Sunni insurgents in Iraq and much of the money is used to buy weapons, including shoulder fired anti-aircraft missiles, according to key Iraqi officials and others familiar with the flow of cash.

December 22, 2006 | By SALAH NASRAWI Associated Press Writer | Nation


Bush gives chilly response to some recommendations of Iraq study group

WASHINGTON - President Bush gave a chilly response to the Iraq Study Group's proposals for reshaping his policy Thursday, objecting to talks with Iran and Syria, refusing to endorse a major troop withdrawal and vowing no retreat from embattled U.S. goals in the Mideast.

December 22, 2006 | By TERENCE HUNT AP White House Correspondent | Nation


Scientists believe they have found photographic evidence of flowing water on Mars

LOS ANGELES - New photographs from space suggest that water occasionally flows on the frigid surface of Mars, raising the tantalizing possibility that the Red Planet is hospitable to life, scientists reported Wednesday.

December 21, 2006 | By ALICIA CHANG AP Science Writer | Nation


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Obama: Wants to avoid 'militarized' police culture

WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama said Monday he wants to ensure the U.S. isn't building a "militarized culture" within police departments, while maintaining federal programs that provide the type of military-style equipment that were used to dispel racially charged protests in Ferguson, Missouri.

December 01, 2014 | By NEDRA PICKLER Associated Press | Nation


Suspect in 4 West Virginia killings found dead

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - A West Virginia man suspected in four killings in separate shootings was discovered dead in his truck of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after an hourslong manhunt, police said Monday.

December 01, 2014 | By MATT STROUD Associated Press | Nation


Moment by moment led to killing of Ferguson teen

The two friends' mornings intersected by chance in the parking lot of the Canfield Green apartment complex. Dorian Johnson had been up since 7 a.m. on this overcast August Saturday and after getting dressed, he was ready for a smoke - on any other morning a carefree ritual for easing into his day's routine in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson.

November 26, 2014 | By ADAM GELLER and DAVID B. CARUSO Associated Press | Nation


No charges in Ferguson case; chaos fills streets

FERGUSON, Mo. - A grand jury declined Monday to indict white police officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown, the unarmed, black 18-year-old whose fatal shooting sparked weeks of sometimes-violent protests and inflamed deep racial tensions between many African-Americans and police.

November 25, 2014 | By JIM SALTER and DAVID A. LIEB Associated Press | Nation


Grand jury won't indict Ferguson cop in shooting

FERGUSON, Mo. - A grand jury declined Monday to indict Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown, the unarmed, black 18-year-old whose fatal shooting by a white officer sparked weeks of sometimes-violent protests and exposed deep racial tension between many African-Americans and police.

November 24, 2014 | By JIM SALTER and DAVID A. LIEB Associated Press | Nation


Under pressure, Hagel steps down as Pentagon chief

WASHINGTON - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced Monday he is stepping down, leaving under pressure following a rocky tenure in which he has struggled to break through the White House's insular team of national security advisers.

November 24, 2014 | By JULIE PACE and ROBERT BURNS Associated Press | Nation


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