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  • Q&A: James Lankford: House's top policy cop hopes to reacquaint Senate with appropriations process

    Lankford spoke with the Washington Examiner about government shutdowns, clearing the air with supporters of his primary rival, and the House Ginger Caucus.

  • Oklahoma City beheading case leaves national security experts wondering

    Tony Blinken, deputy national security adviser to the president, said the FBI is investigating whether the suspect, Alton Nolen, is a so-called "lone wolf" terrorist or a disgruntled worker who went on a rampage, killing and beheading one co-worker and seriously wounding another.

  • Oklahoma beheading suspect's Facebook posts hint at terror roots

    Photos of Osama bin Laden and anti-American rants on Facebook by the suspect are raising fears the brutal murder of a co-worker in Oklahoma is an act of terror and not workplace violence.

  • Texas energy company to close Oklahoma City office

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A Houston-based energy company plans to close its office in Oklahoma City and eliminate up to 97 full-time jobs. The Oklahoman reported (http://bit.ly/ZYci09 ) Friday that HighMount Exploration and Production LLC announced the plans in a letter to the Oklahoma Commerce...

  • Oklahoma City oil producer unveils new formation

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma City-based energy company has unveiled a new formation in south-central Oklahoma that the company's CEO said will elevate the state as an oil producer. Continental Resources Inc. said western Oklahoma's Springer Shale deposit is in the heart of the South Central...

  • Oklahoma oil hub getting bigger with new pipelines

    CUSHING, Okla. (AP) — New pipeline projects are expanding the size of an Oklahoma crude oil hub that is already one of the most important oil storage facilities in the world. One new pipeline is in operation at the hub in Cushing, another is almost complete and a new project was announced...

  • Oklahoma lawmaker proposes to raise subminimum wage

    BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS An Oklahoma City lawmaker plans to file legislation next year to raise the subminimum wage for some service-sector employees. Democratic Rep. Read more on NewsOK.



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