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US storms: Death toll around 4 dozen

GARLAND, Texas - Jacqui Gordon spent Monday sifting through the debris that had been her home, searching for old family photographs - especially of her father, who died two years ago.

December 29, 2015 | By DAVID WARREN Associated Press | Associated Press


Gacy probe clears unrelated cold cases

CHICAGO - His task was to solve a cruel mystery decades after a serial killer's death.

December 26, 2015 | By SHARON COHEN Associated Press | Associated Press


After holiday, Rockefeller tree used by Habitat for Humanity

ATLANTA - Even the iconic Rockefeller Center Christmas tree has to come down after the holidays.

December 25, 2015 | By KATHLEEN FOODY | Associated Press


Some military discharges mean no benefits after service ends

ST. LOUIS - No medical or mental health care. No subsidized college or work training. For many who leave the U.S. military with less-than-honorable discharges, including thousands who suffered injuries and anguish in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere, standard veterans benefits are off limits.

December 25, 2015 | By JIM SALTER Associated Press | Associated Press


4 killed as 'dangerous' storm system sweeps across South

ATLANTA - A storm system forecasters called "particularly dangerous" killed four people as it swept across the country Wednesday.

December 23, 2015 | By JEFF MARTIN Associated Press | Associated Press


Weird weather pattern turns weather upside-down across US

SEATTLE - A weather pattern partly linked with El Nino has turned winter upside-down across the U.S. during a week of heavy holiday travel, bringing spring-like warmth to the Northeast, a risk of tornadoes in the South and so much snow across the West that even skiing slopes have been overwhelmed.

December 22, 2015 | By GENE JOHNSON | Associated Press


Consumers buying less expensive gifts this year

NEW YORK - Cheap is the new chic for holiday gifts.

December 21, 2015 | By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG AP Business Writer | Associated Press


The rush is on

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - The humming is constant; a low-pitched drone from 155 miles of conveyer belts racing packages in every direction. Boxes shift from one belt to another and bump into a metal wall. Thud. Thud. Thud. In the background, trucks beep and jet engines roar.

December 21, 2015 | By SCOTT MAYEROWITZ AP Airlines Writer | Associated Press


Warning signs of cardiac arrest are often ignored

WASHINGTON - Sudden cardiac arrest may not always be so sudden: New research suggests a lot of people may ignore potentially life-saving warning signs hours, days, even a few weeks before they collapse.

December 21, 2015 | By LAURAN NEERGAARD AP Medical Writer | Associated Press


In Virginia's Bible Belt, an Arabic lesson ignites anger

VERONA, Va. - With the nation already on edge after the attacks in California, a teacher's lesson on Islam in Virginia's Bible Belt sparked an angry meeting of outraged parents that mushroomed into a national denunciation of the educator in the form of thousands of angry emails and social media postings.

December 19, 2015 | By STEVE SZKOTAK Associated Press | Associated Press


For bears and hares, recent mild weather is a mixed bag

MONTPELIER, Vt. - For now, the El Nino-driven mild weather is a boon to some wildlife, which are able to forage for more food and are using less energy surviving, experts say. But for some species - like snowshoe hares, whose white fur makes them conspicuous to predators - the lack of snow isn't good news.

December 19, 2015 | By LISA RATHKE Associated Press | Associated Press


Tough immigration plans not a must

WASHINGTON - Retired postal clerk Jerry Wilson likes what he hears from GOP presidential hopefuls about overturning President Barack Obama's executive order easing deportation policies against people in the U.S. illegally.

December 17, 2015 | By LAURIE KELLMAN and EMILY SWANSON Associated Press | Associated Press


School threats prompt proposals for tougher penalties

HARTFORD, Conn. - Taking a harder line on crimes no longer seen as juvenile pranks, state lawmakers around the U.S. are proposing stiffer penalties for people who threaten schools at a time of fears over terrorism and mass shootings.

December 16, 2015 | By SUSAN HAIGH and MICHAEL MELIA | Associated Press


Study: Smaller counties driving US jail population growth

NEW YORK - While big-city jails get most of the attention, lockups in small and medium-sized counties have actually driven the overall explosion in the U.S. inmate population, according to a new analysis of 45 years of jail statistics.

December 15, 2015 | By JAKE PEARSON Associated Press | Associated Press


Poll: Americans want to get tougher with IS

WASHINGTON - After terrorist attacks at home and abroad, more Americans than ever - but still less than half - support sending U.S. ground troops to fight the Islamic State, according to a new Associated Press-GfK Poll. A large majority also want a clearer explanation from President Barack Obama about his strategy to defeat the group.

December 14, 2015 | By KEN DILANIAN and EMILY SWANSON Associated Press | Associated Press


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Candy theft could mean king-size sentence

NEW ORLEANS - A Louisiana man accused of stuffing $31 worth of candy bars into his pockets faces a possible sentence of 20 years to life ...

April 04, 2016 | The Associated Press | Associated Press


Economy on the rebound?

WASHINGTON - Americans are flooding back into the job market at the fastest pace since before the Great Recession, encouraged by steady hiring and some signs ...

April 01, 2016 | By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER AP Economics Writer | Associated Press


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