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Archaeology and oil go boom in North Dakota

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History | Archaeologists are in high demand again thanks to the upsurge in oil exploration and related businesses in North Dakota. Archaeology itself might just be the…

Muslim militants storm church, kill 30 in Central African Republic

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Africa | Muslim gunmen rampaged through a Catholic church compound in the capital of Central African Republic on Wednesday, killing up to 30 people with gunfire and…

Will door-to-door mail delivery soon cost extra?

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Government | A proposal advancing through Congress may change how millions get their mail: Rather than door-slot delivery, Americans may find themselves fetching the mail…

London Bridge isn’t the only one falling down

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Transportation | Drive over the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge into Washington and you see a beautiful view of the U.S. Capitol. But officials say the bridge—like nearly…

Mid East airline passengers get special security treatment

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Transportation | Forget legroom: Middle Eastern airlines are going for bed, bath, and beyond luxury. For $21,000, Etihad Airways’ new 125-square-foot “Residence” suite…

Postal workers: Staples partnership is bad for government business

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Government | Since January, postal workers in 27 states have held protests objecting to a Staples-U.S. Postal Service (USPS) partnership that offers in-store postal…

North Korean drones surrender to the South

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North Korea | Three recently captured drones provide the first concrete evidence that North Korea is using unmanned aircraft to infiltrate South Korean airspace, including…

NASA and Russia break up, share custody of space station

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Space | In reaction to Russia’s actions in Ukraine, NASA announced Wednesday it is severing all ties with Russia except for joint work at the International Space…

Common ground in space despite escalating tensions on Earth

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Space | A software snag turned a six-hour ride into a two-day journey for the Russian and American astronauts aboard a Soyuz capsule on its way to the International…

Keystone XL’s electoral impact could spell disaster for Democrats

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Politics | Democrats fighting to maintain control of the Senate face a new dilemma this election year: Wealthy donors are funding candidates who oppose the Keystone XL…

Are stolen passports giving terrorists easy access to international targets?

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Transportation | As the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 enters its fifth day, questions about what happened to flight 370 center on the underworld of…

China digs deep in Central American canal race

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Transportation | Central America has canal mania. Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Colombia each want a share of the shipping pie created by an…

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