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Pre-dawn blaze in Pullman follows a recent wave of protests at Planned Parenthood clinics across the country
A man was arrested in Times Square after he allegedly attacked a "Desnudas" street performer
According to a new study out of Georgetown University, out of 6.6 million jobs added in the recovery, 44 percent are considered "good jobs" that pay more than $53,000 annually
With dozens of wildfires burning on the West Coast, the U.S. Forest Service is trying to stay ahead of the flames
Lower global demand has pushed oil prices to their lowest in years, pushing companies to cut 100,000 American jobs so far this year
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis spent a second day in jail Friday for her refusal to issue same-sex marriage licenses
An experiment at Imperial College London found that mild electrical current to the scalp could help prevent motion sickness
Due to low global demand, the Texas oil industry has been shedding thousands of jobs
A new study says good jobs are back; nowhere else is that more evident than at Hightower, a young commercial real estate technology company
An 86-year-old man who visits his wife's grave twice a day found a way to help a neighbor in the cemetery

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