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Killing of Cecil's Son Highlights Peril Facing African Lions

Killing of Cecil's Son Highlights Peril Facing African Lions

By Christopher Torchia |
Cecil the Lion's son Xanda has been killed by a big game hunter, bringing fresh scrutiny on the "trophy" hunting of a species whose numbers in the African wild have plummeted.

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USS Constitution Returns to Boston's Waters After Repairs

USS Constitution Returns to Boston's Waters After Repairs

By Crystal Hill | Jul 24
The undocking of "Old Ironsides" on Sunday marked the end of restoration work that started two years ago, officials said. A celebration was held at the USS Constitution Museum.

GOP Health Bill Still a Mystery Before Planned Vote

GOP Health Bill Still a Mystery Before Planned Vote

By Hope Yen | Jul 24
The Senate will move forward with a key vote this week on a Republican health bill but it's not yet known whether the legislation will seek to replace President Barack Obama's health care law or simply repeal it.

Honorably Discharged Veterans Will Soon Get to Shop Tax-Free

Honorably Discharged Veterans Will Soon Get to Shop Tax-Free

By Josh Funk | Jul 24
Starting later this year, all honorably discharged veterans, no matter their branch of service, will be eligible to shop tax-free online at the Army & Air Force Exchange Service with the same discounts they enjoyed on base while in the military.

Teachers Union Chief: School Choice Rooted in Segregation

Teachers Union Chief: School Choice Rooted in Segregation

By Maria Danilova | Jul 24
The head of one of the country's leading teachers' unions charged Thursday that school choice, a key policy agenda of the Trump administration, is rooted in segregation and racism.

Corporate Career to Entrepreneur: How to Prep for the Leap

Corporate Career to Entrepreneur: How to Prep for the Leap

By Jackie Zimmerman | Jul 24
The allure of becoming your own boss seems strong: As of 2014, there were more than 29 million small businesses in the U.S, up 6% from 2010, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Planning Panel OKs Sunset Pot Dispensary in SF

Planning Panel OKs Sunset Pot Dispensary in SF

By Sari Staver | Jul 23
The Apothecarium is moving full speed ahead to open a new medical marijuana dispensary in the Sunset, following the July 13 San Francisco Planning Commission vote approving its proposal.

China's 'Intervention' Not Main Culprit in U.S. Trade Deficit

China's 'Intervention' Not Main Culprit in U.S. Trade Deficit

By Joe McDonald | Jul 23
Is the outsize role played by China's government in its economy to blame for its multibillion-dollar trade surpluses with the United States?

Norovirus Confirmed in Diner Who Reported Eating at Chipotle

Norovirus Confirmed in Diner Who Reported Eating at Chipotle

Jul 23
A person who reported eating at a Chipotle in northern Virginia has tested positive for norovirus. But health officials say that's not yet enough to determine the cause of the roughly 60 reported illnesses it has identified.

Cops Wage Psychological Warfare Against Online Drug Bazaars

Cops Wage Psychological Warfare Against Online Drug Bazaars

By Raphael Satter and Frank Bajak | Jul 23
In an innovative blow to illicit internet commerce, cyberpolice shut down the world's leading "darknet" marketplace - then quietly seized a second bazaar to amass intelligence on illicit drug merchants and buyers.

Trump Administration Pulls Health Law Help in 18 Cities

Trump Administration Pulls Health Law Help in 18 Cities

By Carla K. Johnson | Jul 23
President Donald Trump's administration has ended Affordable Care Act contracts that brought assistance into libraries, businesses and urban neighborhoods in 18 cities

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