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Workers dismayed by President Trump's federal hiring freeze
McLEAN, Va. (AP) -- Federal worker Greg Guthrie had held out hope after Donald Trump's election to president that his professed advocacy for the American worker would extend to the federal workforce, too....
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NJ Transit resumes service after storm delays
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- New Jersey Transit trains resumed normal service Tuesday after making repairs to storm damage that delayed thousands of commuters....
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'Get up. We've got to get out': Storms kill 20 in the South
ADEL, Ga. (AP) -- Bonnie and Wayne Collier were jolted awake in their mobile home by a cellphone weather alert early Sunday. They jumped up, turned on the TV, saw a tornado warning and decided to run....
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The Latest: NJ Transit trains roll after storm delays
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- The Latest on New Jersey Transit service in wake of storm delays (all times local):...
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10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:...
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2 arrested in house fire that killed more than 50 pets
MERRITT ISLAND, Fla. (AP) -- Two people have been arrested after more than 50 animals died in Florida house fire earlier this month....
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Man attacked, injured by dogs near where boy was killed
ATLANTA (AP) -- There has been another dog attack in the same Atlanta neighborhood where a boy was killed by dogs last week....
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Partner of artist colony leader sorry about deadly blaze
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- The longtime partner of the founder of a ramshackle Oakland artists' colony where dozens of people burned to death in a fire last month says she's sorry about what happened but is angry about what she called "pretty terrible" treatment by the media and ex-neighbors....
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Judge postpones sentencing of PG&E in case tied to blast
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- A federal judge says he is inclined to require Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to mention its convictions in ads and have employees do thousands of hours of community service as part of its sentence in a criminal case stemming from a deadly natural gas explosion in the San Francisco Bay Area....
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Philadelphia bars employers from requesting salary history
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Despite a threat from cable giant Comcast to take legal action, Philadelphia has banned employers from asking potential hires to provide their salary history, a move supporters say is a step toward closing the wage gap between men and women....
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Homeless group partners with different kind of soup kitchen
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- The restaurateurs behind a popular doughnuts and fried chicken chain in Philadelphia have found a valuable use for their discarded chicken backs: making soup for charity....
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At least 4 reported dead in California storms
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Sunshine and rainbows alternated with thunderclaps, downpours, snow and hail on Monday as the last in a trio of storms broke up over California after flooding roads and homes and trapping people in swamped vehicles....
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Strong January storms stir destruction from coast-to-coast
NEW YORK (AP) -- From California to the Deep South to the Northeast, millions of Americans were contending with death and destruction from damaging January weather. Flooding, high winds and suspected tornadoes have rousted people from their homes. A deadly storm system tore across the Deep South, a nor'easter lashed the East Coast and rainfall records fell in California....
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Appeals court to decide future of California carbon auctions
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- Businesses looking to invalidate California's fee for carbon pollution take their arguments to a state appeals court Tuesday in a case that could determine the future of one of California's signature efforts to combat climate change....
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No punishment for Denver officers who shot, killed teenager
DENVER (AP) -- Two Denver officers involved in a fatal shooting that sparked angry protests and followed high-profile killings by police elsewhere in the country will not be disciplined, officials said Monday....
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