- House exhales after passing compromise budget -
- UN inspectors confirm Syria chemical attack -
- Swimmer nabs monster lobster off California coast -
- Momentum high for state exchange as some demographics lag -
- Victim compensation board overturns rule denying sex workers' claims -
- California's population up 332,000 to 28.2 million -
- Last moments recounted of official killed in crash -
- Sentence in Texas teen's fatal DWI wreck stirs ire -
- Newlywed pleads guilty to second-degree murder -
- Sacramento coroner identifies man killed on I-80 -
- Legal payouts involving former Sacramento County sheriffs deputy now accused in molestation case totaled more than $2 million
- Swimmer nabs monster lobster off California coast
- Nineteen people arrested for alleged pot grow at 20 area homes
- For Sacramento Kings, loss against Utah Jazz is a low note
- Zoellin poised to move Bacon & Butter from midtown to Tahoe Park
- Victim of Citrus Heights homicide identified
- Last moments recounted of official killed in crash
- Sacramento coroner identifies man killed on I-80
- Two delivery men arrested after attempted bank break-in
- NKorea executes leader's uncle as a traitor
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An Indian dhobi washes clothes with his feet in the Brahmaputra River in Gauhati, India, Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013. Dhobis are traditional laundry workers who wash clothes by hand and dry them in the sun, an occupation which has been in existence for generations with a current earning of 65- 81 US cents per cloth.
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FOMAC troops, regional peacekeepers, fire their guns as they evacuate Muslim clerics from the St Jacques Church in Bangui, Central African Republic, Thursday Dec. 12, 2013. An angry crowd had gathered outside the church following rumors that a Seleka general was inside. More than 500 people have been killed over the past week in sectarian fighting in Central African Republic.
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Afghan women walk near still water in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013. Heavy rain flooded some streets in Kabul due to poorly designed sewage facilities.
Mohammad Hannon / AP
Jordanians play with the snow in an open field during a snowstorm in Amman, Jordan, Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013. Snow blanketed most regions of Jordan, blocking highways in the south, causing power cuts across the capital and closing down schools and government offices. However, the northern parts of the country, including a district hosting the Zaatari Camp for Syrian refugees, only received rain.
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A poster bearing an image of former South Africa President Nelson Mandela stands in the foreground as the hearse carrying his body drives towards the Union Buildings in Pretoria, South Africa, Thursday Dec. 12, 2013, where his body lies in state for the second day of three days of public viewing. Each morning his remains will be transported from the mortuary to the government buildings.