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Egypt releases Australian Al-Jazeera reporter

Egypt releases Australian Al-Jazeera reporter

CAIRO — Al-Jazeera English reporter Peter Greste left Egypt on Sunday after the president approved his deportation following more than a year behind bars in a case that was widely condemned by rights groups, officials said. A Cairo airport official said Greste, an Australian nati...

Sheriff: Missing student's vehicle found in Oklahoma

TALIHINA, Okla. — Authorities in eastern Oklahoma say they've found a truck belonging to a missing Arkansas student. The LeFlore C...

Officials meet to address safety after aviation calamities

WASHINGTON — Government and aviation industry officials from dozens of countries are meeting in Montreal this week to try to find ...

Toddler wounds both parents with 1 shot from handgun

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Authorities say a 3-year-old boy got ahold of a handgun from his mother's purse and fired just one shot that w...

Utah sting nets $600K in meth in FBI probe of Mexican cartel

SALT LAKE CITY — Police and FBI agents in northern Utah have seized more than $600,000 worth of drugs and arrested a suspected dea...
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There's no way around it: Referees blew it

With 1.9 seconds to play, Alandise Harris blocked a shot.

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Louisiana receiver getting help from former Hog

Safety Brandon Scott, who will wrap up his official visit to Arkansas today, was given a heads-up on what ...

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Nation's top bird dogs coming to Camp Robinson

The world's finest bird dogs will be in action at the United States Shooting Dog Invitational Championship on Feb. ...

Franchises lining up for spots in LR area

Backyard Burgers closed its company-owned restaurants in Arkansas in October 2012 after it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, but nowadays the restructured company is in expansion mode and looking to move back into the state.

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Arkansas Coach Mike Anderson likely will be hearing from the SEC office, but he wasn't going to bite his tongue after the way Florida beat the Razorbacks.

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Franchises lining up for spots in LR area

Backyard Burgers closed its company-owned restaurants in Arkansas in October 2012 after it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, but nowadays the restructured company is in expansion mode and looking to move back into the state.

Oyster farm ouster

POINT REYES NATIONAL SEASHORE, Calif. -- The once-bustling oyster farm and sales shack at the end of the dirt road had the look of sudden abandonment.

The liberation of growing old

Why do we have such punitive attitudes toward old people? Granted, the ancients did hideous things to elders who were unable to work but still needed food and care, but in more recent times, that had changed: In 18th-Century New England, it was common for people to make themselves seem older by adding years to their real age, rather than subtracting them.

Hog called

Arkansas Coach Mike Anderson likely will be hearing from the SEC office, but he wasn't going to bite his tongue after the way Florida beat the Razorbacks.

Huckabee compares being gay to using alcohol, profanity

WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee on Sunday said being gay is akin to choosing to drink alcohol or use profanity — lifestyle choices he says are appealing to others but not to him.

Boyfriend arrested in rape, brutal attack of California girl

HANFORD, Calif. (AP) — Police in Central California arrested a man accused of holding his 16-year-old girlfriend in a car, raping her and beating her with a tire iron over the course of five days.

Egypt releases imprisoned Al-Jazeera reporter

CAIRO (AP) — A reporter for Al-Jazeera English was released from an Egyptian prison and deported Sunday after more than a year behind bars, but his two Egyptian colleagues remained jailed in a case widely condemned as a sham by human-rights groups.

Union asks refinery workers to strike after talks break down

The United Steelworkers Union called for workers to strike at nine refineries mostly in Texas and California early Sunday, saying its negotiations with the Shell Oil Company broke down less than two weeks after they began.

Christie begins trip to London with soccer, not politics

LONDON (AP) — An unabashed fan of the Dallas Cowboys, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie spent Super Bowl Sunday on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, watching football of another sort.

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