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AP Interview: Top Republican Opens Up About Russia Probe

ACLU: Federal Agencies Setting 'Trap' to Deport Immigrants

By Mary Clare Jalonick |
For much of the last two years, Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr has been the Russia investigator who is seen but rarely heard on Capitol Hill.

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Vital U.S. Reservoir OK for Now, but Shortages Are Looming

Vital U.S. Reservoir OK for Now, but Shortages Are Looming

By Dan Elliott | Aug 19
A vital reservoir on the Colorado River will be able to meet the demands of Mexico and the U.S. Southwest for the next 13 months, but a looming shortage could trigger cutbacks as soon as the end of 2019.

Tighter Regulations Could Take Bite Out of Airbnb Profits

Tighter Regulations Could Take Bite Out of Airbnb Profits

By Verena Dobnik | Aug 19
Airbnb faces tightening regulations in New York City that could take a big bite out of its profits, and on Wednesday the short-term rental company offered a counter-measure designed to appease hostile politicians.

Next Mission for Women with Military Service: Run for Office

Next Mission for Women with Military Service: Run for Office

By Laurie Kellman and Bill Barrow | Aug 19
The female veterans claim expertise in national security and veterans issues, with a track record of thriving in institutions dominated by men. Regardless of party, they cast themselves as the antidote to bitterly partisan politics.

What Really Matters with Your First Credit Card

What Really Matters with Your First Credit Card

By Claire Tsosie | Aug 19
Getting your first credit card is like moving into your first apartment: It's exciting, empowering - and, once you get used to it, pretty underwhelming.

Los Angeles Mayor: Trump Sows Division, Does 'Racist Things'

Los Angeles Mayor: Trump Sows Division, Does 'Racist Things'

By Michael R. Blood | Aug 18
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, considering a 2020 presidential run, said Thursday that President Donald Trump has done "plenty of racist things" to divide the nation while failing to deliver on health care reform and other promises.

Turnover: Preventing It and Dealing with the Aftermath

Turnover: Preventing It and Dealing with the Aftermath

By Joyce M. Rosenberg | Aug 18
A tight labor market and a shrinking pool of talented workers make "I'm quitting" some of the most dreaded words a small business owner can hear.

Satanic Temple Brings Baphomet Statue to Arkansas for Rally

Satanic Temple Brings Baphomet Statue to Arkansas for Rally

Aug 18
The Satanic Temple temporarily placed a bronze statue of a goat-headed, winged creature called Baphomet at the Arkansas State Capitol during a rally to call for the removal of a Ten Commandments monument.

Greek Bailout Ends, but Europe's Debt Problem Goes On

Greek Bailout Ends, but Europe's Debt Problem Goes On

By David McHugh | Aug 18
Greece officially emerges from its bailout program on Monday, after eight years of cutbacks enforced in return for massive loans and an economic collapse on the scale of the Great Depression.

GOP Candidate Runs for Multiple Offices to Preserve Spots

GOP Candidate Runs for Multiple Offices to Preserve Spots

By Lisa Rathke | Aug 17
A perennial political candidate secured the Republican nomination to run for at least five offices, including the U.S. House, in a strategy to preserve all but one of the slots for other GOP prospects in the largely Democratic state.

AP Interview: Top Republican Opens Up About Russia Probe

AP Interview: Top Republican Opens Up About Russia Probe

By Mary Clare Jalonick | Aug 17
For much of the last two years, Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr has been the Russia investigator who is seen but rarely heard on Capitol Hill.

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