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  • Obama's Keystone pipeline veto opens a new chapter in his presidency

    Obama's Keystone pipeline veto opens a new chapter in his presidency
    With the quick swipe of a pen on the way from one meeting to another, President Obama unceremoniously opened a fourth chapter of his presidency Tuesday — the veto era. Obama's rejection of a bill that would have ordered approval of the...
  • Next winter storm to bring more snow to North Carolina

    One day after North Carolina was surprised with widespread snow, a second system was barreling toward the state Wednesday with the prospect of even more wintry precipitation. The National Weather Service issued a winter weather warning for the...
  • Erie schools back open after 4 frigid days as Pa. warms up

    It's back to school in Erie after four frigid days off. The northwestern Pennsylvania city's schools are reopening Wednesday as temperatures are projected to reach the teens, with wind chills as low as minus-2. That's a heat wave compared to...
  • 2 Maryland school systems close for snowy roads Wednesday

    2 Maryland school systems close for snowy roads Wednesday
    Three school systems on Maryland's lower Eastern Shore dealt with snowy roads early Wednesday. The Ocean City area — in the crosshairs of a snow system forecast to¬†pass through the region early¬†Thursday — was hit with some overnight snow,...
  • Brine: Keeps roads clear, but corrodes your car

    Brine: Keeps roads clear, but corrodes your car
    As snow began to fall Tuesday afternoon, Darion Harrington and Autobell Car Wash crew were already at work. Located at the busy Warwick Boulevard-Eastwood Road intersection in Newport News, the business opened just a week ago. It's real test may be...
  • Defying GOP, Obama vetoes Keystone XL pipeline bill

    Defying the Republican-run Congress, President Barack Obama rejected a bill Tuesday to approve construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, wielding his veto power for only the third time in his presidency. Obama offered no indication of whether he'll...
  • Wolf readies plan for tax hike, minimum wage increase

    Wolf readies plan for tax hike, minimum wage increase
    HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania residents likely will hear a proposal for a broad-based tax increase when Gov. Tom Wolf proposes his first budget next week. After meeting with business leaders Tuesday, Wolf declined to discuss details of his plan but...
  • Weather: Warm, rain likely this afternoon

    Weather: Warm, rain likely this afternoon
    The warm weather continues in Central Florida today. After a foggy morning, skies will be mostly cloudy as the mercury climbs to a high near 74 degrees. Rain will be likely this morning through afternoon, according to the National Weather Service in...
  • Climate change may flatten famed surfing waves

    SANTA CRUZ, Calif. On a summer day in 1885, three Hawaiian princes surfed at the mouth of the San Lorenzo River on crudely constructed boards made from coastal redwoods, bringing the sport to the North American mainland. Today their wave-riding...
  • Technology is changing the climate debate

    This year could well go down in history as the moment when technology transformed the debate about climate change. Instead of an argument about "the science" indicating "anthropogenic global warming," the really intractable disagreement concerns the...
  • UN: Third of Afghan detainees report torture, ill treatment

    More than one in three Afghans detained on conflict-related allegations say they were tortured or mistreated, according to a U.N. report released Wednesday based on interviews with nearly 800 detainees. The detainees reported 16 torture methods,...