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39K Verizon workers now without contract as talks break down

There is no strike planned but relations are tense, as the unions blames corporate, and vice versa. Negotiations are in limbo. The sticking points: job security, health care and retirement.

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Some Americans refuse to give up on Confederate flag

Many Americans assumed the Confederate flag was retired for good after governors in South Carolina and Alabama removed it from their statehouses this summer.

US ship at Croatian shipyard catches fire

A U.S. ship caught fire while undergoing maintenance at a Croatian shipyard on Saturday.

Cooking in a semi: A truck driver’s road to healthy eating

A life on the road is often not a healthy one. But one truck driver has made it his mission to stick to a healthy diet. He skips the truck stops and whips up gourmet meals in his truck's cab.

Review: Mission accomplished for Cruise in new ‘MI’ flick

Whatever you may think of Tom Cruise and his complex off-screen persona, let’s give him this: At age 53, he and his Ethan Hunt are, if anything, getting more fun to watch.

Katie Ledecky takes easy win in 400 freestyle

The local high school graduate and Olympic gold medalist will be favored in the 800 and 1,500 freestyles and is a threat in the 200 free.

After snowball case melts, teen sues Detroit district over arrest

A teenager spent nearly 40 days in custody before a judge cleared him of throwing a dangerous snowball.

Report finds few signs of telework abuse at Patent and Trademark Office

A new report concludes that time-and-attendance fraud is neither widespread nor unique to teleworkers at the Patent and Trademark Office.

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