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Shiite Houthi rebels stand guard Saturday on the tarmac at Sanaa International Airport in Yemen. Commercial flights to the country have been cut off.

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Shiite Houthi rebels stand guard Saturday on the tarmac at Sanaa International Airport in Yemen. Commercial flights to the country have been cut off.

Saudis help 86 envoys flee Yemen's turmoil

CAIRO -- Saudi Arabia said Saturday that its navy had evacuated 86 Arab and Western diplomats from the port city of Aden in southern Yemen, as a Saudi-led coalition conducted a third day of airstrikes against the rebel Houthi movement. Separately, Saudi Arabia confirmed that a U.S. helicopter had ...

Harris-owned preschool reaps public money

A for-profit preschool owned by state Rep. Justin Harris and his wife receives about 90 percent of its annual funding from the government, according to audits on file with the Arkansas Department of Human Services.

Two in Cuba to stay

HAVANA -- She had the chance to leave Cuba many times.

Saudis help 86 envoys flee Yemen's turmoil

Saudi Arabia said Saturday that its navy had evacuated 86 Arab and Western diplomats from the port city of Aden in southern Yemen, as a Saudi-led coalition conducted a third day of airstrikes against the rebel Houthi movement.

House OKs Medicare doctor-payment fix

WASHINGTON -- The House gave sweeping approval Thursday to a bipartisan plan to alter payment systems for Medicare providers and extend a popular children's health program.

Conservative group welcomes governor

FAYETTEVILLE -- Gov. Asa Hutchinson received a warm welcome Saturday from a Northwest Arkansas group whose mission is to hold conservative officeholders accountable. Getting that welcome, though, required passing through a group of at least a half-dozen protesters.

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