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An agency-by-agency summary of President Barack Obama's proposed budget for fiscal 2015, beginning next Oct. 1.
A group of model railroading enthusiasts at Fox Run retirement community have their work cut out. They've already laid down 15,000 matchstick-size pieces of railroad ties, every fifth one secured by four tiny metal spikes the size of splinters.
Here is an agency-by-agency summary of President Barack Obama's proposed budget for fiscal 2015, beginning next Oct. 1.
Troy Hokanson used to have to drive 11 miles to check on his mother, but she's now just a door-knock away.
If President Obama wants to roll up his sleeves and solve "income equality," he needs to look at least two easily available sources: the U.S. Census Bureau and a new book by two Yale law professors.
North Dakota's robust economy has led to a record population, the lowest unemployment rate in the nation and thousands of more jobs than takers. But the state's economic miracle led by its oil bonanza also has resulted in plenty of problems, including more crime and increasingly overcrowded prison and jail cells.
Six years ago this week, LeBron James, Dirk Nowitzki and several other NBA All-Stars left the comforts of a high-rise hotel in downtown New Orleans for a short, sobering bus ride to a devastated neighborhood a few miles away.
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