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  • Native Americans seek dismissal of Redskins' suit

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — Five Native Americans are asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit the Washington Redskins filed against them over the team's nickname. The Native Americans, who are members of five different tribes throughout the U.S., earlier won a trademark dispute with the U.S....

  • New company running National Guard support program

    MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A program that helps New Hampshire National Guard members and their families won praise from a Defense Department official Monday as it transitions to new management. The 7-year-old program helps individuals and families with suicide prevention, mental health care,...

  • Tech incubator in Newport gets $1.7M federal grant

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A technology business incubator in Newport is getting a $1.7 million federal grant to help redevelop a former public school building to support defense, marine, climate change, environmental, and digital industries. The U.S. Department of Commerce's Economic Development...

  • A Closer Look: Ways to hide, secure data on phones

    NEW YORK (AP) — Apple got a lot of attention last week when it released a new privacy policy along with a declaration that police can't get to your password-protected data. Essentially, your photos, messages and other documents are automatically encrypted when you set up a passcode, with or...

  • Judge upholds video limits in Jodi Arias trial

    PHOENIX (AP) — A judge Monday refused to lift restrictions on camera coverage of the penalty phase retrial in Jodi Arias' murder case. Judge Sherry Stephens rejected a request from local television stations to allow video footage to be broadcast 30 minutes after the end of each day's...

  • Enbridge pipeline work ends in St. Clair County

    PORT HURON, Mich. (AP) — Construction has finished in St. Clair County on part of a $1.3 billion Enbridge oil pipeline replacement project. Enbridge Inc. tells the Times Herald of Port Huron (http://bwne.ws/1mp1jqq ) that construction crews will stay in the area to complete land restoration...

  • Investor sues over Education Management stock drop

    PITTSBURGH (AP) — An investor has filed a federal lawsuit seeking class-action status against Pittsburgh-based Education Management Corp. seeking to recoup losses resulting from the for-profit college company's ongoing run-ins with federal regulators. The lawsuit contends an investor identified...

  • These 125 black women in Mississippi may be the key to conservatives' chances

    Many small-business owners are like your corner grocer, with no intention to expand. Your neighborhood dry cleaner isn't trying to start a national chain. Your average realtor isn't looking to add a big staff and become a manager.

  • FTC member says lawsuits focus on cyber failures

    NORTHFIELD, Vt. (AP) — The Federal Trade Commission has investigated hundreds of cyber security breaches at companies across the country, but it has only sued 53 times, one of the organization's five commissioners said Monday during a cyber security conference at Norwich University in...

  • SPIN METER: Those changing health law numbers

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Call it health care law numerology. The Obama administration has had to revise and refine some initial enrollment numbers for health insurance sign-ups after they turned out to be too optimistic. At other times, metrics less favorable to the president's overhaul leaked out...

  • Larger aircraft could be using Maui's Hana Airport

    WAILUKU, Hawaii (AP) — Larger aircraft could be using Maui's remote Hana Airport if the state carries out planned improvements. The state is planning to add features to allow the airport to accommodate aircraft with up to 30 passengers, the Maui News reported (http://ow.ly/BMC2x ). Currently,...

  • Trump Entertainment wants to sell Plaza equipment

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — The parent company of Trump Plaza wants permission from a bankruptcy court to sell off its assets, including gambling equipment and furniture. Trump Entertainment Resorts filed a motion in federal bankruptcy court in Delaware on Monday, seeking permission to sell off...

  • Pest control manufacturer to locate in Mooresville

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — An all-natural, non-toxic pest control products manufacturer says it plans to lease 50,000 square feet of manufacturing space in Mooresville and eventually employ 380 full-time workers. The Charlotte Observer reports (http://bit.ly/1sV3DCO ) Earth-Kind, based in Bismarck,...

  • Indiana Toll Road operator files for bankruptcy

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A judge and creditors will have to decide who runs the Indiana Toll Road after the highway's private operator filed for bankruptcy protection, formally acknowledging that it couldn't afford the debt from the multibillion deal to take over the highway. Chicago-based ITR...

  • GM expert says 21 deaths eligible for compensation

    DETROIT (AP) — The death toll from crashes involving General Motors small cars with faulty ignition switches is at least 21. Attorney Kenneth Feinberg, who was hired by the company to compensate victims, said Monday in an Internet posting that he received 143 death claims as of Friday, and 21...



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