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The U.S. government is running a deficit that is 23.6 percent lower than in the same period a year ago through the first five months of this budget year, another sign of improvement in the nation's finances.
Our industrial food system is unhealthy, and it can be ghastly for the animals and humans it touches.
Hankook Tire will begin recruiting soon for the first openings at its Clarksville plant and focus primarily on administrative jobs with production positions to come later.
A man who was stabbed when he came to the aid of a wounded teen Wednesday night in Arden Arcade has died from his injuries.
At 92, Bapa Phuntso Wangye may not have much time left to urge China’s leaders to change their ways in Tibet and other ethnic regions of the country.
The top U.S. military commander for Latin America says he doesn't have the ships and surveillance capabilities to go after illegal drugs flowing into the U.S. and is forced to "sit and watch it go by."
North Dakota University System officials say identity protection and credit checking services will be provided for one year in the wake of a security breach on a computer server.
The steady, monthlong climb in gasoline prices passed a milestone in California this week as Los Angeles became the first major metro area in the continental United States to see its average retail gasoline price hit $4 a gallon in 2013.
Joel Brinkley, a former New York Times reporter who won the Pulitzer Prize for international reporting in 1980, has died.
Federal officials are offering a $1,000 reward after someone spray-painted phrases including "I love Rachael" at an archaeological site east of Fallon, Nev.