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  • Sky's no limit for Czech chimney climbers

    DOLNI SMRZOVKA, Czech Republic (AP) — From afar, they look like ants crawling up a tower into the sky. Dozens of members of the Czech Union of Chimney Climbers scaled the 60-meter- (200-foot-) tall chimney of a former textile factory one recent Saturday — a hobby they do for thrills and...

  • C Spire concludes acquisition of MegaGate

    RIDGELAND, Miss. (AP) — C Spire says it has completed the acquisition of MegaGate Broadband, a regional provider of phone and Internet services to businesses. Based in Hattiesburg, MegaGate, founded in 1990, serves most Mississippi business markets as a competitive local exchange...

  • New casinos could be banned on Reno's north edge

    RENO, Nev. (AP) — The city of Reno is considering a plan to ban any new casinos or unrestricted-gambling licenses on the north edge of downtown as part of an effort to redevelop the mile-long corridor linking the city to the campus of the University of Nevada, Reno. The proposal expected to go...

  • 5 Things to Know in Florida for Oct. 2

    Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. EX-PARTNER OF PONZI SCHEMER FACES SENTENCING A former law partner of convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein is asking a federal judge for a lenient prison sentence after pleading guilty to a conspiracy...

  • FedEx truck hits 6-year-old boy in Fairfax County

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — A 6-year-old northern Virginia boy is in critical condition after being hit by a FedEx truck. Police say the boy was playing on a scooter in the driveway of his home in the Mount Vernon area of Fairfax County when he rode into the street just after 5 p.m. Wednesday....

  • South Africa: white extremist's house stirs debate

    JOHANNESBURG (AP) — A provincial official in South Africa has proposed turning the home of a slain white extremist into a museum, arguing that the "ugly" side of the country's apartheid past should be remembered. Some South Africans, however, say any attempt to preserve the legacy of Eugene...

  • D.C. workers collect unemployment payments while on city payroll, IG finds

    The DC Department of Employment Services cannot show it has done much to ensure city employees stop collecting unemployment insurance payments once they get hired, according to a report issued Tuesday.

  • Your stories from the Washington Examiner

    Scroll down for the latest from the Washington Examiner: » Is Christie's RGA path a road map to the White House? A review of Christie’s travel on behalf of the RGA shows that he has spent less time in some of the nine states deemed most competitive by the association than he has in states...

  • Presidents should salute Marines out of respect, not obligation

    I watched the video of President Obama and his dismissive salute. Here is what I would like to say, no longer as the wife of an HMX Marine, but as his widow.

  • Feds paid for fighting fake fires

    Federal employees working for a Bureau of Land Management program designed to fight wildfires logged hours for fighting conflagrations that hadn't yet started and bought hundreds of thousands of dollars in gift cards using government funds, a government watchdog reports.

  • Confronting radical Islam at home

    This discussion is an important one to have —" not to find a scapegoat, but to understand root causes and uproot them.

  • Is Christie's RGA path a road map to the White House?

    A review of Christie’s travel on behalf of the RGA shows that he has spent less time in some of the nine states deemed most competitive by the association than he has in states pivotal to winning a presidential primary.

  • Secret Service overlooked agents' deceit

    The Secret Service regularly overlooked examples of agents lying in order to avoid undermining their credibility in court, sources say. The practice allowed agents to continue testifying in court against assailants or potential threats to the president, according to two sources familiar with...

  • Rhode Island GOP files FEC complaint against Dem gubernatorial candidate

    The Rhode Island Republican Party filed a complaint with the state's Board of Elections this week, alleging that Democratic gubernatorial nominee Gina Raimondo violated campaign finance law by coordinating with Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., to star in a pricey election ad.

  • Obama's economic struggle: Convincing voters wage increases are coming

    Obama faces a major challenge in communicating that the economy is on an upward trajectory: Most families' incomes are barely growing, if they're growing at all.



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