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Duluth college student outdoors for 9 hours in subzero temps
DULUTH — Police say a college student found unconscious outside a neighbor's house in Duluth had been outdoors for more than nine hours in subzero temperatures and suffered severe hypothermia.
Group works to preserve the Iowa Blue
IOWA CITY, Iowa — Like John Wayne, Eskimo Pie and the Gallup poll, Iowans are proud of Iowa-born. We build museums and host festivals to celebrate minor references in Star Trek. We relish wearing our
Officials identify local man killed in plane crash
LOS ALAMOS, N.M. — A 51-year-old Harmony man died in a plane crash Sunday after taking off from the Los Alamos County Airport.
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"I just hope I won't cry. It's amazing to think that 19 years ago he was inaugurated there, and now he's lying there. If he was not here we would not have had peace in South Africa." _ Paul Letageng,
Plodding storm moves out of US at last
The storm that iced over Dallas, buried Philadelphia in snow and stranded drivers and air travelers everywhere in between at last plodded out of New England, exiting in muted fashion after days of fou
AP-GfK poll: Low approval of Congress, Obama
Heading into a congressional election year, Americans hold Congress in strikingly low regard, and nearly two-thirds say they would like to see their House member replaced, a new poll finds.
Pay gains for young women; inequality still seen
About 75 percent of young women believe the U.S. needs to do more to bring about equality in the workplace, a new study finds, despite a narrowing pay gap and steady employment gains for women at high
Delay in Pacific trade pact hurts US shift to Asia
The failure to finalize a landmark trans-Pacific trade pact this year as planned has dealt a blow to President Barack Obama's policy shift to Asia.
Dems push parade of Obama nominees through Senate
Democrats are ready to propel another one of President Barack Obama's court picks through the Senate, now that outnumbered Republicans have less power to block the president's nominees than they used
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