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The windy plains of Kansas could be a treasure trove in the nation's effort to harness clean energy. But a major proposal to move wind-generated electricity east from Kansas is meeting opposition from farmers who don't want high-power tr...
Besides being the seat of state government, the Minnesota Capitol is practically an art gallery, filled with murals of historic scenes and allegorical images of virtues the building's designers hoped to see in their leaders: wisdom, courage,...
Operators of southwestern Michigan's Palisades Nuclear Power Plant say it's now back online after an eight-week shutdown for refueling and maintenance.
Ohio is looking to reassert its political clout by pressing forward with three bids to host the Republican National Convention, competing against fast-growing states that have newer infrastructure and the more diverse electorate that the party i...
Officials say Fulani Muslim herders attacked three Christian villages and killed more than 100 civilians. Hundreds of thatched-roof huts were set ablaze.
Steven Gerrard converted two penalties and Luis Suarez also scored as Liverpool confirmed its new-found superiority over Manchester United with an accomplished 3-0 victory over its great rival in the Premier League on Sunday.
Olympic speedskating 10,000-meter champion Jorrit Bergsma won the final World Cup 5,000 race of the season Sunday to seal the title in the combined long-distance rankings.
Rapper Tyler, the Creator, played a sold-out show in Dallas just hours after being released from jail in connection with a misdemeanor charge of inciting a riot.
Rhode Islanders may soon get a chance to play Founding Father when they decide whether to hold a constitutional convention to consider overhauling the state's primary political document.
Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt is recovering from an advanced form of skin cancer that kept him from being a guest instructor with the Philadelphia Phillies in spring training.