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Much has been made of the struggles of the coal and manufacturing industries, but the collapse in retail jobs is on the cusp of becoming a political issue.

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Heading into a week of intense jockeying and arm-twisting over the Senate’s polarizing healthcare plan, the rift appeared to widen Sunday between moderates who consider the measure too punitive and conservatives who want to see the sweeping bill toughened up before agreeing to back it....

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In 'Caesar’s Last Breath', best-selling author Sam Kean tells vivid stories about the gases we can’t see.

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 Cover Apple for a while and you start to notice a general cadence to the company’s behavior and strategy. To name one example, consider the last several macOS releases. In 2009, , Apple announced Snow Leopard, which famously eschewed new features for what the company described as...

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THEY say a little of what you fancy does you good. But it seems the old adage may be wrong when it comes to living a long and healthy life – unless it’s in strict moderation.

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Fourteen staffers at the San Diego Union-Tribune took home regional Emmy awards Saturday night in a ceremony at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina. The Pacific Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences awarded more than 100 Emmys to television professionals...

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A group of activists have started to collect money to repair a penis-shaped rock formation, a popular tourist attraction, after it was found badly damaged

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