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Airstrikes' gas in Syria said likely chlorine

Airstrikes' gas in Syria said likely chlorine

BEIRUT -- Suspected chlorine gas attacks by Syrian government helicopters injured some 40 people and killed a child in the country's northwest, activists said Saturday, a day after an international chemical weapons watchdog said it was ready to investigate a series of newly claim...
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LINDA HAYMES

Linda Haymes

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Arkansan gets 2 bites on business

SHARKS BITE! Arkansan Brittany Hodak, now of New York, where she co-owns a startup business, ZinePak, recently landed two ...

WALLY HALL

Wally Hall

SPORTS

Road to Louisville starts in Hot Springs

What started 141 years ago as a few guys getting together to see who had the fastest horse in ...

RICHARD DAVENPORT

Richard Davenport

SPORTS

Oklahoma safety's visit even better than expected

Safety Calvin Bundage of Edmond (Okla.) Santa Fe said prior to visiting Fayetteville last Saturday for Arkansas' spring game ...

Wal-Mart got ball rolling on movie festival

Getting Wal-Mart Stores Inc. involved in the coming Bentonville Film Festival wasn't a hard sell. In fact, the idea for the event originated with the retailer.

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5 Hogs hear name called on final day

Trey Flowers led a group of five Arkansas players selected in the NFL Draft on Saturday to highlight a big day for Razorback defensive players.

Happy 100th, Lady Day

Billie Holiday didn't think much of her voice.

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24 letters tendered to qualify vote flubs

The two Arkansas House Republicans who voted against a pilot drug-testing program for welfare recipients are disavowing their March 30 votes, saying they pushed the red "nay" button on their desks when they meant to press the green "yea" button.

April Jill Seggebruch

April Seggebruch splashed out on the floor -- hands propping her chin up and feet kicking absent-mindedly behind her -- while watching the Dallas Cowboys play. Her sister Lindsey stood stoically behind the TV, wondering how she got talked into holding the "rabbit ears" for her.

Files: Scary staff controls skies of U.S. African base

WASHINGTON -- The skies above the U.S. military's counterterrorism hub on the Horn of Africa have become chronically dangerous, with pilots forced to rely on local air traffic controllers who fall asleep on the job, commit errors at astronomical rates and are hostile to Americans, documents show.

Lack of accountability stalls VA reform

We now know without a doubt what it means when a scandal-ridden government agency pledges accountability for corrupt and under-performing employees: It's an empty promise.

5 Hogs hear name called on final day

Trey Flowers led a group of five Arkansas players selected in the NFL Draft on Saturday to highlight a big day for Razorback defensive players.

Baltimore mayor lifts curfew 6 days after riots

BALTIMORE (AP) — Six days after the death of Freddie Gray sparked riots in Baltimore, the city's mayor lifted a citywide curfew on Sunday morning, signaling an end to the extraordinary measures taken to ensure public safety amid an outcry over police practices.

Woman, toddler killed when car hits apartment complex

LIVERMORE, Calif. (AP) — A car driven by a suspected drunken driver crashed into a Northern California apartment complex, killing a woman and toddler and slightly injuring two other children as they all walked together outside, police said Sunday.

Italy: At least 10 migrants found dead in sea off Libya

ROME (AP) — Italy's Coast Guard and Navy as well as tugs and other commercial vessels joined forces to rescue migrants in at least 16 boats Sunday, saving hundreds of them and recovering 10 bodies off Libya's coast, as smugglers took advantage of calm seas to send packed vessels across the Mediterranean.

Google embeds engineers as professors

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) — Howard University freshman Alanna Walton knew something was different about the professor teaching her introduction to computer science course.

O'Malley's record as Baltimore mayor under scrutiny

BALTIMORE (AP) — Martin O'Malley often casts Baltimore as the comeback city that overcame the ravages of drugs and violence when he was mayor.

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