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Death toll may rise in destructive California wildfire
LAKE ISABELLA, Calif. (AP) -- Lighter winds are helping firefighters make gains on a voracious and deadly wildfire in central California that has burned 150 homes and claimed two lives....

Owners of AR-style firearms defend their weapon of choice
ATLANTA (AP) -- Karen Butler still remembers the first time she picked up an AR-15-style rifle a decade ago....

Obama OKs federal aid for West Virginia; at least 24 dead
CLENDENIN, W.Va. (AP) -- Offering his condolences, President Barack Obama approved federal aid for the West Virginia communities devastated by floods that have killed at least 24 people and rendered many more homeless....

At gay pride parades, a year to weave sorrow and celebration
NEW YORK (AP) -- A year after New York City's jubilant pride parade celebrated a high point for gay Americans with the nationwide legalization of same-sex marriage, the atmosphere surrounding the annual march couldn't be more different....

Report: It's harder to know who's paying for political ads
It's getting harder to know who is funding political advertising at the state level as more money becomes anonymous or is filtered from one political action committee to another, a new study finds....

Browse free or die? New Hampshire library is at privacy fore
LEBANON, N.H. (AP) -- A small library in New Hampshire sits at the forefront of global efforts to promote privacy and fight government surveillance - to the consternation of law enforcement....

New law supports first responders who treat injured pets
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Until a new law was passed this spring, it was against the law in Ohio - along with many other states - for firefighters or paramedics to provide basic first aid to dogs and cats rescued from house fires, car accidents or other crisis situations. Only licensed veterinarians could do that....

Program lets Boston commuters drive some, cycle the rest
BOSTON (AP) -- Traffic is crawling bumper to bumper on Soldiers Field Road, a major artery leading to Cambridge and downtown Boston, as Mark Rabinsky parks his car near the Charles River, takes out his bike and prepares to cycle the rest of the way to his job at Harvard University....

In Maine, sustainability showdown scraps seaweed shindig
SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine (AP) -- The Maine Seaweed Festival is a dream day for New England's natural food lovers, who spend the day munching on seaweed granola and schmoozing with kelp harvesters at a daylong party astride sun-splashed Casco Bay....

Items owned by gangster 'Whitey' Bulger up for auction
BOSTON (AP) -- A rat-shaped pencil holder and skull ring are just two of the hundreds of items belonging to gangster James "Whitey" Bulger to hit the auction block....

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Program lets Boston commuters drive some, cycle the rest

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Obama OKs federal aid for West Virginia; at least 24 dead

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At gay pride parades, a year to weave sorrow and celebration

Death toll may rise in destructive California wildfire

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