Who wins and loses under Obama's stricter power plant limits
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama is mandating even steeper greenhouse gas cuts from U.S. power plants than previously expected, while granting states more time and broader options to comply....
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Greece: Stock market reopens with 22 percent loss
ATHENS, Greece (AP) -- Shares on the Athens Stock Exchange are suffering huge losses of over 22 percent after the market reopened for the first time in more than a month....
Activists: Syria warplane crashes, killing and wounding many
BEIRUT (AP) -- Air raids and the subsequent crash of a Syrian warplane in a residential area in the northwestern town of Ariha on Monday killed and wounded dozens of people, two activist groups said....
Misery deepens for those in Puerto Rico who can't leave
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) -- Most tables are empty at Walter Martin's coffee shop in San Juan's colonial district. His brow is furrowed with concern and glistens with sweat in the sweltering Caribbean morning....
Zimbabwe accuses 2nd American of illegally hunting lion
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) -- Zimbabwe has accused a Pennsylvania doctor of illegally killing a lion in April, as it seeks to extradite a Minnesota dentist who killed a well-known lion named Cecil in July....
Some Americans refuse to give up on Confederate flag
HANOVER, Pa. (AP) -- Many Americans assumed the Confederate flag was retired for good after governors in South Carolina and Alabama removed it from their statehouses this summer and presidential candidates from both parties declared it too divisive for official display....
Wolf plans to 'soon' unveil new choice to head state police
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- Gov. Tom Wolf is preparing to name his pick to lead the Pennsylvania State Police, a decision sure to be closely scrutinized after his initial choice became the first such nominee to be voted down in recent memory....
Gunman who killed young mother in Philadelphia home sought
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Police are searching for a man seen fleeing the northeast Philadelphia row home where a young mother was shot while her 2-year-old daughter was nearby....
Coast Guard says 2 canoeist dead after leaving Maine port
SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine (AP) -- The Coast Guard officials say a Pennsylvania couple found dead after setting out on a canoe trip earlier this weekend were both wearing life jackets when their bodies were found....
Pa. teen convicted in death of student trying to catch bus
BENSALEM, Pa. (AP) -- An 18-year-old has been convicted of vehicular homicide and involuntary manslaughter in the death of a teenager who was struck as he walked to a school bus in suburban Philadelphia last year....
Canadian rivers: Solution to Northeast's high energy prices?
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- Plenty of raw electricity sloshes around in Quebec's rivers and reservoirs, promising relief for U.S. northeasterners, who pay the nation's highest power costs. But getting those electrons to smartphones and air conditioners in Boston, Hartford and New York City is another matter entirely....
Gearhart leaves after 7 years leading University of Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) -- G. David Gearhart wrapped up a seven-year tenure as chancellor of the University of Arkansas hopeful that a state with few college graduates will push more of its children into higher education....
Education Secretary Arne Duncan and Attorney General Loretta Lynch have announced a pilot program that would allow prisoners eligible for release to apply for Pell Grants. Prisoners could begin receiving federal student aid to take college courses as soon as 2016-17 school year. The Education Department does not know what the participation rate or cost of this program will be. In 1994 Congress excluded federal and state prisoners from obtaining the low-income grants that do not have to be repaid.
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