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  • In-store wedding shops make outfitting the wedding party a piece of cake

    In-store wedding shops make outfitting the wedding party a piece of cake
    Nordstrom The retailer’s in-store Wedding Suites, staffed by Wedding Stylists, are designed to help every member of the wedding party look their absolute best on the big day. Fashion Features Wedding and reception dresses for the bride; dresses...
  • Double or nothing!

    Double or nothing!
    Automakers will have to double their fleet-wide average fuel economy by 2025 if proposed federal rules take effect. Here’s how they’ll do it. By Jim Gorzelany CTW Features The White House and major automakers recently signed off on a plan...
  • Treating Your Bridesmaids Right

    Treating Your Bridesmaids Right
    Yes, the bride is traditionally the star of the show. But that ring on your finger doesn’t give you license to treat your wedding party like your personal minions. Many women in their twenties and thirties have a “bridesmaid horror story&...
  • No nuke agreement yet: Iran talks push past deadline

    No nuke agreement yet: Iran talks push past deadline
    With stubborn disputes unresolved, nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers went past a self-imposed deadline and into overtime as negotiators renewed efforts to hammer out the outline of an agreement. Enough progress had been made to warrant...
  • Indiana law draws Republican White House hopefuls into the culture wars

    Indiana law draws Republican White House hopefuls into the culture wars
    The national debate over an Indiana religious-liberties law seen as anti-gay has drawn the entire field of Republican presidential contenders into the divisive culture wars, which badly damaged Mitt Romney in 2012 and which GOP leaders eagerly sought to...
  • Respect the office, if not the man

    Respect the office, if not the man
    I am no fan of President Barack Obama. I have been openly critical of him, particularly of his foreign policy. I think he has led this country in the wrong direction, both when he could reign unopposed during his first two years backed by a full...
  • US releases military aid to Egypt, cites national security

    President Barack Obama on Tuesday released military aid to Egypt that was suspended after the 2013 overthrow of the government, in an effort to boost Cairo's ability to combat the extremist threat in the region. The White House said Obama notified...
  • Obama urges Kabila to hold credible elections in Congo

    President Barack Obama is urging Congo's president to hold "timely, credible and peaceful" elections that respect the country's constitution. Obama's call to President Joseph Kabila comes amid rising tensions in Congo, where some fear the president is...
  • Iran nuclear talks head into extra day as US, partners agree progress being made

    LAUSANNE, Switzerland After more than a decade of on-again, off-again debate about Iran's nuclear future and six intense days of negotiations in this tony lakeside resort, officials from the world's most powerful nations on Tuesday set aside a self-...
  • Restoration of military aid to Egypt gives US new leverage on how it's spent

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration announced Tuesday that it was reinstating military assistance to Egypt that had been suspended after a bloody crackdown on opposition activists, a move that analysts say mutes U.S. calls for democratic reforms but...
  • Obama commutes sentences of 22 convicted on drug charges

     Obama commutes sentences of 22 convicted on drug charges
    President Barack Obama on Tuesday commuted the prison sentences of 22 people convicted of drug offenses, including two Illinois men. The White House said the move continues Obama's push to make the justice system fairer by reducing harsh sentences...