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US special envoy backs unconditional talks with N. Korea
The U.S. special envoy for North Korea on Friday expressed hope that Pyongyang would accept Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's diplomatic offer of unconditional talks, although the overture has already … Click to Continue »
New Mexico lawmakers unveil first bills for 2018
New Mexico lawmakers are beginning to file legislative proposals for the upcoming legislative session that starts in January. Friday marks the first day to introduce bills for a 30-day legislative … Click to Continue »
Zimbabwe ruling party meets to seal Mugabe's fall from grace
Zimbabwe's ruling party is meeting to finalize Robert Mugabe's fall from grace and make new leader Emmerson Mnangagwa its candidate for next year's elections. Mnangagwa was inaugurated last month after … Click to Continue »
Lawmakers begin revising policy on sexual harassment
The New Mexico Legislature is rewriting its policy against sexual harassment in response to concerns that widespread misconduct has gone unchecked. A panel of lawmakers plans to publish and discuss … Click to Continue »
Health insurance open enrollment ending Friday
Arizonans who don't qualify for Medicaid or get health insurance through their employer face a Friday deadline to sign up for individual insurance plans for 2018. The enrollment period is … Click to Continue »
Portland won't look into harassment claims against ex-mayor
Portland will not be investigating allegations that former Mayor Sam Adams made sexually inappropriate comments and attempted to drive drunk when in office. The Oregonian/OregonLive reported Thursday that emails it … Click to Continue »
Federal agent to file another appeal for McDonald's shooting
The Honolulu prosecutor's office plans to try a federal agent a third time for the shooting death of a man in 2011, while the agent plans to appeal again. The … Click to Continue »
Alaska marijuana regulators say company sold moldy edibles
Alaska's marijuana control agency has expanded allegations against a Fairbanks marijuana edibles manufacturer, accusing it of selling moldy products among other violations. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports that Frozen Budz's … Click to Continue »
Albuquerque mayor says off projections led to budget deficit
Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller has told business and community leaders that the city is facing a budget deficit as gross receipts tax revenues fail to come in at the rate … Click to Continue »
Rhode Island State Police beef up patrols for holiday season
Rhode Island State Police are beefing up patrols through the holiday season to crack down on dangerous driving. The agency says it will focus on drivers who are impaired, distracted … Click to Continue »
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