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Lawsuit: Dude ranch owner asked chef for 'black people food'

Posted 1/2/2017 in National

Madeleine Pickens wanted the African-American chef she recruited from the country club she owns in Southern California to cook "black people food" -- not "white people food" -- at her rural Nevada dude ranch and wild horse sanctuary, according to a federal lawsuit accusing her of racial discrimination.



Medicare launches revamp for heart attacks, hip fractures

Posted 1/2/2017 in National

Heart attacks and broken hips cause much suffering and worry as people grow older.



Concussions on the brain: Pushing for more research on women

Posted 1/2/2017 in National

Katherine Snedaker says she has had 20 concussions, the first three decades ago from a car accident when she was 16.



Shootings drive up number of police killed in line of duty

Posted 12/31/2016 in National

Ambushes in Dallas and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and other shootings around the country led to a sharp increase in the number of police killed in the line of duty this year.



Cosby, a year later: Will he seek deal or prepare for trial?

Posted 12/30/2016 in National

Bill Cosby is starting 2017 in a legal dragnet that has only tightened around him since his stunning arrest a year ago.



US senators: Russia should be sanctioned for election hacks

Posted 12/29/2016 in National

U.S. senators visiting eastern European allies to discuss security issues called for sanctions against Russia for interfering in the presidential election by hacking American political sites and email accounts.



Obama, Netanyahu camp's relations hit rock bottom

Posted 12/29/2016 in National

It took eight years of backbiting and pretending they got along for relations between President Barack Obama's administration and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government to finally hit rock bottom.



Dylann Roof won't work to spare his life in church massacre

Posted 12/29/2016 in National

Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof says he won't call any witnesses or present evidence while representing himself during the punishment phase of his death penalty trial, but he is working hard to keep secret potentially embarrassing evidence about himself and his family.



Man suspected of ties to Berlin attacker detained in Germany

Posted 12/29/2016 in National

German prosecutors said Wednesday that they have detained a Tunisian man they think may have been involved in last week's truck attack on a Christmas market in Berlin.



Russian plane crash probe rules out explosion

Posted 12/29/2016 in National

Flight recorders revealed no evidence of an explosion on board a Russian plane that crashed, killing all 92 on board, but investigators haven't ruled out a deliberate mechanical impact to down the plane, a military official said today.



Growing number of Americans are retiring outside the US

Posted 12/28/2016 in National

Newly widowed, Kay McCowen quit her job, sold her house, applied for Social Security and retired to Mexico.



Trump expands inner circle with new security official, envoy

Posted 12/28/2016 in National

President-elect Donald Trump tapped an experienced hand from the George W. Bush era and a longtime Trump Organization official to become members of his inner circle when he assumes office next month.



For Trump White House, diplomatic security challenges remain

Posted 12/28/2016 in National

Donald Trump hammered rival Hillary Clinton during the presidential campaign for failing to prevent the attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya, when she was secretary of state.



Thousands of faithful celebrate Christmas in Bethlehem

Posted 12/24/2016 in National

Thousands of pilgrims and tourists from around the world together with local Christians gathered in the biblical town of Bethlehem to celebrate Christmas Eve in the traditional birthplace of Jesus, with spirits lifted by a slowdown in recent violence and cool, clear weather.



World's last wild frankincense forests are under threat

Posted 12/24/2016 in National

In a tradition dating to Biblical times, men rise at dawn in the rugged Cal Madow mountains of Somaliland in the Horn of Africa to scale rocky outcrops in search of the prized sap of wild frankincense trees.



Republicans to target unions, expand school choice in states

Posted 12/24/2016 in National

Republicans are poised to use their newly attained capitol dominance to make Missouri the 27th right-to-work state prohibiting mandatory union fees.



Putin praises Trump's judgment, rejects hacking claims

Posted 12/24/2016 in National

Russian President Vladimir Putin voiced hope Friday that frayed relations with the U.S. will improve once Donald Trump becomes president despite his pledge to strengthen the U.S.'s nuclear arsenal.



US warns of possible attacks on churches, holiday gatherings

Posted 12/24/2016 in National

Federal authorities warned law enforcement authorities across the nation Friday that Islamic State sympathizers are continuing to call for attacks on churches and other holiday gathering sites.



Vote on Israel could spur further action -- or trouble for UN

Posted 12/24/2016 in National

The U.S. green light that allowed the U.N. Security Council to condemn Israeli settlements in the West Bank and east Jerusalem could spur moves toward new terms to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict



Toy sellers and makers offer more options for autistic children

Posted 12/24/2016 in National

Toy stores, with bright lights, loud sounds and crowded aisles, can be hard to manage for children with autism or other sensory issues.



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