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It was the 21st time that she has appeared before a parole board, and the second time commissioners found her suitable for release. Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown reversed another panel's ruling last year.
Sept. 7, 2017
Several species of parrots in Southeastern Peru regularly gather at a cliff face in the Amazon basin to eat clay. So do other animals, including humans.
Sept. 7, 2017
Companies across the U.S. say it's getting harder to find applicants and keep workers once they've been hired. Economists from the Federal Reserve to Wall Street say opioid addiction may be a factor.
Sept. 7, 2017
The president's son is expected to visit Capitol Hill on Thursday for a session behind closed doors with staff members looking into his meeting with Russian advocates last year in New York.
Sept. 7, 2017
The sign on the door in Wilmington, Del., calls it a "human rights foundation" dedicated to resuming American adoption of Russian children. But what it's really about is anti-sanctions lobbying.
Sept. 7, 2017
Students often struggle over the summer to make their bills balance out, and it's one of the main reasons that nearly a third of low-income students with college going plans don't show up in the fall.
Sept. 7, 2017
State attorneys general also argue that the Trump administration's decision to phase out the Obama-era program violates due process rights of the immigrants by failing to protect their personal data.
Sept. 6, 2017
In his first court appearance since his arrest, Peter Madsen said Kim Wall died when a hatch fell on her head. He also denied mutilating her body, which washed ashore later as a naked, headless torso.
Sept. 6, 2017
The county prosecutor said while Dan Heyman's conduct "may have been aggressive journalism" it "was not unlawful."
Sept. 6, 2017
The popular Children's Health Insurance Program is up for renewal Sept. 30. Policy analysts say it's unclear whether a deeply divided Congress facing major deadlines will get the job done.
Sept. 6, 2017
Justice Department prosecutor Peter Koski began his opening arguments with a seemingly innocuous story: "A few years ago, a man sent an email requesting a hotel room for a long weekend in Paris."
Sept. 6, 2017
The countries challenged a quota system adopted by the EU to help Italy and Greece during the 2015 migration crisis. Hungary's foreign minister vowed to fight any imposed relocation of refugees.
Sept. 6, 2017
The Seahawks star says he felt helpless, lying handcuffed on the ground "facing the real-life threat of being killed. All I could think of was 'I'm going to die for no other reason than I am black.'"
Sept. 6, 2017
Massive rainfall, winds and a slow drying-out process from Harvey have left many farmers overwhelmed and worried.
Sept. 6, 2017
María Pilar Abel Martínez has long claimed that the surrealist painter is her biological father — a claim that led to Dalí's remains being unearthed in July.
Sept. 6, 2017
Though Ryan Zinke promised to bring a balanced vision to managing public lands, hunters and other sportsmen now feel that he's not listening to their concerns.
Sept. 6, 2017
The flames stranded a group of more than 100 hikers. They were so focused on escaping the blaze that a "bear actually came into our area and no one stirred," one hiker told The Spokesman-Review.
Sept. 6, 2017
As a group of activists complete a March to Confront White Supremacy, here is a list of terms racist and misogynist groups use in defending their views.
Sept. 6, 2017
On an individual level, there are probably DACA recipients who have jobs other Americans want. But on a broader scale, DACA recipients are helping grow the economy.
Sept. 6, 2017
Democratic congressional leaders announced Wednesday they had reached a deal with President Trump to raise the debt ceiling, fund the government and pass aid to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Sept. 6, 2017

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