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  • Pro-Clinton group plans to raise money in downtown L.A.

    As Hillary Rodham Clinton edges closer to announcing whether she will seek the White House next year, a group urging the former secretary of State to run is planning a Latino-themed fundraiser next month in downtown Los Angeles. The Super PAC “...
  • Turf War: Players withdraw complaint over artificial turf at Women's World Cup

    U.S. forward Abby Wambach and a group of fellow players have withdrawn their complaint of gender discrimination over the artificial turf fields to be used for this year's World Cup in Canada. The artificial turf became a contentious issue with the...
  • Hillary Clinton warns U.S. 'can't close our eyes' to Muslim extremism

    In her first extended public remarks about the recent deadly attacks in Paris, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Wednesday that Americans "can't close our eyes" to the "dangerous strain of extremism within the Muslim world." Speaking...
  • Amherst Train Show Pulling Into Eastern States Expo

    Amherst Train Show Pulling Into Eastern States Expo
    Thousands of model train enthusiasts from across the country and Canada will converge on the Eastern States Exposition grounds in West Springfield for the annual Amherst Railway Society Railroad Hobby Show on Saturday and Sunday, Jan 24 and 25. The...
  • Women's World Cup to go forward on artificial turf

    Women's World Cup to go forward on artificial turf
    A coalition of women's soccer players led by U.S. star Abby Wambach has withdrawn its gender discrimination suit against FIFA and will play this summer's World Cup in Canada on artificial turf. The men's tournament has always been played on grass and in...
  • In Canada, Clinton declines to offer opinion on Keystone XL pipeline, citing ongoing review

    Hillary Rodham Clinton on Wednesday declined again to take a position on the Keystone XL pipeline, telling an audience in Canada that she would not express her views because of an ongoing review by the State Department. "We have differences and you won't...
  • Another US-Cuba first: Women lead both sides in normalization talks

    WASHINGTON The first steps toward normalization between the United States and Cuba are likely to be taken in heels. Foreign policy analysts who monitor Cuba note that the talks in Havana this week, part of a thaw announced last month after more than 50...
  • Terry's 5 Tips: 5 ways a strong dollar helps you

    The "strong dollar" is making headlines. What is a strong dollar, and how does it impact us? The dollar is "strong" in value relative to other currencies because global investors have choices about how to hold their wealth. They have been choosing to...
  • Canadian special forces perform ground role in Iraq, directing coalition airstrikes against IS

    Canadian special forces in northern Iraq have been helping Kurdish peshmerga fighters by directing coalition airstrikes against Islamic State extremists — work generally considered risky because it means they are close to the battle against the...
  • Target to close 133 Canadian stores, joining US retailers who couldn't hack it north of border

    Target is giving up on its money-losing foray into Canada after just two years, closing 133 stores and cutting loose more than 17,000 employees. Target said it didn't see how it could stop losing money before at least 2021 on its first international...
  • US lead negotiator with Cuba is known for breaking barriers

    WASHINGTON The leader of the U.S. delegation to this week's talks on normalizing relations with Cuba has a reputation for determination and expertise at the State Department, where she flouted custom with an unlikely rise from rank-and-file civil...