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Cheat Grass Connection To More Western Wildfires

Cheat grass is a common invasive plant in the western U.S., but its presence has grown significantly over the last decade. So much so, that researchers believe it may be a main culprit in the increase in western wildfires

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Jobless Rate Stays at 7.8 Percent; National News Briefs

WASHINGTON (AP) — The latest government employment statistics show that hiring held up during tense fiscal cliff negotiations in Washington and the unemployment rate remained steady. The labor Depar

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Congress To Vote On Superstorm Sandy Flood Aid

WASHINGTON (AP) — A $9.7 billion measure to pay flood insurance claims is set for a vote in Congress, boosting prospects for relief for the many home and business owners flooded out by Superstorm Sandy

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Red States, Too, Get Health Care Nod From Obama

WASHINGTON (AP) — Some bipartisan cooperation may finally be breaking out in the nation's contentious battle over health care overhaul.

The Obama administration announced Thursday that four red states are on the list of those getting the initial go-ahead to build their own health insurance marketplaces

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Coal Mine Accidents Kill 19 Workers In U.S. In 2012

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Preliminary figures show 19 coal miners in the U.S. were killed on the job in 2012, down from 21 the previous year.

West Virginia led the nation with seven coal mining deaths

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New Congress Sworn In Today; National News Briefs

WASHINGTON (AP) — Out with the old, in with the new. A new 113th Congress will be sworn in today at noon with pomp, pageantry and politics. There are 12 newly elected senators — eight Democrats, three Republicans and one independent. The speaker of

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Livestock Producers Look To 2013, Leave 2012 Gladly

2012 was a tough year with high feed costs for live stock producers.

Agriculture Department Chief Economist, Joe Glauber says that won't improve overnight. He says many producers will be trying to hang on until spring hoping to sense if 2013 will be a better weather year for crops and bring feed prices down

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Budget Deal Sends Stocks Shooting Higher

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are moving sharply higher on Wall Street after lawmakers reached a last-minute budget agreement to avert sweeping tax increases and cuts to government spending programs.

The Dow Jones industrial average was up 227 points at 13,331 shortly before midday Tuesday, the first trading day of 2013

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Despite Deal, Taxes To Rise For Most Americans

WASHINGTON (AP) — The tax package negotiated by President Barack Obama and Senate Republicans and passed by Congress will protect 99 percent of Americans from an income tax increase. But that doesn't mean that most of them won't see their taxes rise

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US Post Office To Increase Rates

The United States Post Office will be increasing domestic shipping rates for First-Class mail in January.

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