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Tickets are free for the Nov. 28 celebration at the White House Ellipse, but you'll have to enter a lottery for your chance to attend. [Read More]
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In a city that is growing whiter and more affluent, and where African Americans have been losing long-held political clout, Dionne Reeder's supporters have tapped into enduring resentments by painting Elissa Silverman as an outsider. [Read More]
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After repeated shutdowns for repair work, the Arlington Memorial Bridge will shut down half of its lanes for years starting Monday — meaning you have just days to prepare. [Read More]
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A nonprofit seeks out homeless or formerly incarcerated people and pays for documents they need to register to vote. [Read More]
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U.S. prison systems are keeping fewer—but still far too many--inmates in isolation. [Read More]
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Its judgment about interest rates and other crucial policy measures merits deference from the White House. [Read More]
Voters should not overlook these important races. [Read More]
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Participating in a boycott of Israel is to exercise one's freedom of speech. [Read More]
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There are allegations that Margaret Coker thwarted a colleague who was pursuing stories in Iraq. [Read More]
A roundup of editorial cartoons from Oct. 7 to Oct. 12. [Read More]
All yours. [Read More]
María Eugenia Hernández and her Nicaraguan-born husband, Oscar Hernández, went to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services offices in Miami for an interview about their marriage that they had been awaiting for three years. The agency uses such interviews to confirm that the marriages are legitimate and ... [Read More]
It was a case of right time, right place for Mark Vaux earlier this year. An Aberdeen native, Vaux has spent more than a decade working in economic development in both North and South Dakota, most recently in the Fargo-Moorhead metro area. But he was looking ... [Read More]
Ashley Van Hemert gripped her walking stick, smiled at her parents and took her first step onto the field. The 2004 Sioux Falls Christian graduate appeared confident as she ambled along the 50-yard line under the lights of Bob Young Field before Sioux Falls Christian's ... [Read More]
Sandoval County authorities are advising residents and visitors engaged in outdoors recreational activities to be alert for unlawful shooting on the mesa west of Rio Rancho and in woodlands along the Rio Grande. Sheriff's Lt. Keith Elder says the Sheriff's Office is regularly called to ... [Read More]
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Forecasters say a change in New Mexico's weather pattern Sunday and Monday may produce "significant travel impacts" along Interstates 25 and 40 and in other areas. The National Weather Service says heavy snow is forecast Sunday and Monday across parts of northern and central New Mexico ... [Read More]
The soggy weather brought by Tropical Storm Rosa has provided some surface-level drought relief in Arizona. The Arizona Republic reports that much of the state saw improvements in surface-level, or short-term versus long-term, drought conditions on the latest U.S. Drought Monitor map released Thursday. The storm soaked ... [Read More]
Volunteers say a "lucky cat" is recovering after she was stolen from a pet store adoption room in Santa Fe and then returned with singed whiskers, dilating eyes and barely able to stand up. Chanid New, a volunteer coordinator for Felines and Friends New Mexico, ... [Read More]
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Milwaukee's vaunted bullpen survives a shaky eighth and ninth for a 6-5 win, drawing first blood vs. the Dodgers. [Read More]
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Analysts say the Islamic State group has reverted to what it was before its spectacular conquests in 2014 — a shadowy insurgent network that targets civilian populations with guerrilla-style attacks and exploits state weaknesses to incite sectarian strife. [Read More]
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