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  • Hockey tradition at Sundance fest is the reel deal

    Hockey tradition at Sundance fest is the reel deal
    John Ondrasik is holding the Stanley Cup. The pop-rock musician has just finished coaching a team to a big hockey win and is walking across the ice to deliver sports' most famous trophy, his shoes stepping tentatively toward a far face-off circle. OK,...
  • In Republican Congress, two divergent strategies at work

    In Republican Congress, two divergent strategies at work
    After winning control of the Senate and boosting their numbers in the House last fall, Republicans devised a moniker for their dual majorities that could pass for a new C-SPAN reality show: "America's New Congress." Branding is one thing, but...
  • Detailed study confirms high suicide rate among recent veterans

    Detailed study confirms high suicide rate among recent veterans
    Recent veterans have committed suicide at a much higher rate than people who never served in the military, according to a new analysis that provides the most thorough accounting so far of the problem. The rate was slightly higher among veterans who...
  • New York mayor dogged by police anger, and a fumbled groundhog

    New York mayor dogged by police anger, and a fumbled groundhog
    If Mayor Bill de Blasio decides to go to this year's Groundhog Day event on Monday — an appearance that has come to be expected of every New York mayor — he will have a chance at a do-over. Last year, Chuck, a groundhog from the Staten...
  • Outrage follows Denver police shooting of Latina in stolen car

    Outrage follows Denver police shooting of Latina in stolen car
    A row of burning candles and makeshift crosses sits in a bleak alleyway here, marking the spot where 17-year-old Jessica Hernandez's joyride in a stolen car came to a violent end. Mimi Madrid Puga, 26 and a youth organizer, gazed at the memorial. "I...
  • House passes new Obamacare repeal, directing creation of replacement law

    House passes new Obamacare repeal, directing creation of replacement law
    Pledging anew to replace the federal health law that President Obama signed five years ago, House Republicans passed yet another bill Tuesday to repeal the Affordable Care Act. The repeal bill, the first of the new Congress, faces an uncertain future in...
  • Feud over Obama's immigration actions holds up Homeland Security funds

    Feud over Obama's immigration actions holds up Homeland Security funds
    Senate Democrats blocked a Republican measure that would provide $39.7 billion to the Homeland Security Department, refusing Tuesday to go along with a GOP condition that none of the money be used to implement President Obama's immigration actions to...
  • Hawaiian is philosophical about lava after years of going with the flow

    Hawaiian is philosophical about lava after years of going with the flow
    On an overcast Monday afternoon, Aku Hauanio is seated on a picnic table in front of his Uncle Robert's house — one of the few structures in town spared 25 years ago by Kilauea, one of the most active volcanoes in the world. A red cinder trail...
  • Nevada's GOP Gov. Brian Sandoval starts new term with tax-hike surprise

    Nevada's GOP Gov. Brian Sandoval starts new term with tax-hike surprise
    If 2014 was a good year for Republicans nationally, in Nevada it was an election for the ages. Gov. Brian Sandoval won his second term with an extravagant 70% support. Republicans not only seized control of the Legislature — giving them full run...
  • Sandy Hook report avoids naming killer, omits his mother from victims list

    Sandy Hook report avoids naming killer, omits his mother from victims list
    With final edits and approvals, members of a commission writing a report on the Newtown, Conn., school massacre have begun to think about the impact their work will have on parents of victims and surviving children, as well as people who might read the...
  • Mitt Romney's exit opens up Republican presidential primary race

    Mitt Romney's exit opens up Republican presidential primary race
    Mitt Romney's exit from the 2016 presidential campaign pushes the GOP race back where it was three weeks ago, before his brief flirtation: a wide-open contest among the establishment, religiously oriented, and libertarian wings of the Republican Party....