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Youth ask Dayton, Smith to forge ahead on renewable energy
Young climate change activists flooded the governor's reception room to implore state leaders to set a new renewable energy mandate. ...
Fact check: Trump jumps the gun on NATO, jobs claims
President Donald Trump boasted in his speech to Congress that new money "is pouring in" from NATO partners, which it isn't. ...
White House says Conway acted 'inadvertently' when she plugged Ivanka's products
The senior adviser to the president didn't mean any harm when she appeared to violate ethics rules in an appearance on Fox and Friends last month, the Trump administration says. ...
Trump highlighted this unusual school choice idea last night
The president's guest, Denisha Merriweather, received Florida's tax credit scholarship, which allows students to attend private schools. ...
How about giving up your smartphone for Lent?
In Hartford, Conn., the archdiocese is urging people to abstain from their phones on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday, the Hartford Courant reports. ...
Push for June primary is back on
Past efforts to push up the primary to early summer have stalled, but supporters say low turnout demands a change. ...
No warrant needed to draw blood from unconscious driver, Wis. court rules
For all of the fascinating opinions from the Minnesota Supreme Court in recent years on the question of whether warrants are needed to test drivers for DUI, the Wisconsin Supreme Court one-upped them all with a ruling today on whether a warrant is needed to draw blood from someone who is unconsciou ...
50 nations seek to counter U.S. ban on family planning funds
Some 50 countries have signed up to attend a family planning conference in Brussels aimed at making up the gap left by President Donald Trump's ban on U.S. funding to groups linked to abortion, organizers said Wednesday. ...
Arkansas weighs whether to remove the Clinton name from Little Rock's airport
A Republican lawmaker says "the state of Arkansas would just like to forget the Clinton era." ...
In address to Congress, Trump tries to balance his political elements
The success of the big speech strategy seemed immediately apparent. Media coverage was largely positive, even laudatory. Snap polls showed big majorities found the speech optimistic and uplifting. ...
So presidential: Alec Baldwin working on Trump satire
Actor Alec Baldwin is teaming with author Kurt Andersen on the satirical book "You Can't Spell America Without Me: The Really Tremendous Inside Story of My Fantastic First Year as President Donald J. Trump." ...
GOP: Trump budget plan cuts both too deeply and not enough
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who once headed the panel responsible for the foreign assistance budget, told reporters that Trump's cuts to foreign aid probably couldn't pass muster on Capitol Hill. ...
Senate confirms Montana Rep. Zinke as Interior secretary
Montana Rep. Ryan Zinke won Senate confirmation Wednesday as President Donald Trump's Interior secretary, giving him responsibility for overseeing the nation's 400 million acres of public land, mostly in the West. ...
Just how much pee is in that pool?
Scientists have now identified an easy way to measure pool urine -- by looking for traces of a common artificial sweetener. Urine in pools mixed with chemicals can pose a potential health threat. ...
Hero in Kansas shooting: ‘We should stick up for each other’
When shots start, we run. It's instinct. It's entirely forgivable. Some people don't run. Ian Grillot didn't run. ...
Sorry, salad lovers: We may have no mesclun mix (for two weeks)
The system that delivers fresh greens to supermarkets is having a hiccup. There may be a nationwide shortage of salad mix in a few weeks. You can blame wet weather in Arizona and California. ...
Best Buy shares sink on lagging sales, weak outlook
Same-store sales, a key indicator of a retailer's health fell 0.7 percent overall, falling short of expectations. ...
Childbirth claims an Ebola-fighting hero
Salome Karwah, who represented the Time Person of the Year two years ago after fighting the Ebola outbreak in Liberia, seemed invincible. ...
After video of dispute with driver, Uber CEO says he needs to 'grow up'
Travis Kalanick apologized Tuesday for his actions in a video posted this week, in which Kalanick had a heated argument with an Uber driver after the driver raised complaints about pay. ...
Brother Ali to release a new album
"All the Beauty in This Whole Life" will be released on May 5. ...
Do you support the bill working its way through the Legislature that would repeal the ban on Sunday liquor store sales?
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