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Official: Debris from NYC blast going to secure locationOfficial: Debris from NYC blast going to secure location to be checked over for human remains
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Some of the hundreds of people who gathered outside the Indiana Statehouse on Saturday, March 28, 2015, for a rally against legislation signed Thursday by Gov. Mike Pence stand on the Statehouse's south steps during the 2-hour-long rally. The law's opponents say it could sanction discrimination against gay people. The law's supporters contend the discrimination claims are overblown and insist it will keep the government from compelling people to provide services they find objectionable on religious grounds. . (AP Photo/Rick Callahan)
Indiana governor: New law 'not about discrimination'Indiana governor: Religious objections law not a mistake; critics say it allows discrimination
The Associated Press53 minutes ago
In this Oct. 18, 2014 photo, a worker drives a rail car while conducting a tour of the Portal 31 coal mine that has been turned into a tourist attraction in Lynch, Ky. Many areas in Central Appalachia are at an economic crossroads, as mining and logging give way to services jobs. Appalachia covers 205,000 square miles, encompassing 420 counties in 13 states, from northeast Mississippi to southwest New York, according to the official definition offered by the Appalachian Regional Commission. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
Mining for tourists? A dubious economic savior in AppalachiaMining for tourists? Parts of Appalachia look to past for tourism future; 'it's not a panacea'
The Associated Press1 hour ago
This image provided by The Library of Congress shows a portion of a cemetery on Plantation No. 8, in Charleston, S.C., circa January 1863. Rare Civil War-era stereoscopic have been acquired by the library from collector Robin Stanford. The images include a set of very rare photos of pre-Civil War slave life on a South Carolina plantation, images from Fort Sumter just after it was seized by the Confederates in April 1861 and ones from President Abraham Lincoln's funeral procession in various cities. Stereoscopic photography creates the illusion of three-dimensional depth from two similar two-dimensional photographs taken next to each other. (AP Photo/Library of Congress)
Library of Congress acquires rare trove of Civil War imagesLibrary of Congress acquires rare trove of Civil War images, many by Confederate photographers
The Associated Press1 hour ago
In this Feb. 24, 2015 file photo, members of the National Guard patrol along the Rio Grande at the Texas-Mexico border, in Rio Grande City, Texas. Drowning deaths have spiked since last fall as a surge of law enforcement along the Mexico border prompts immigrants, desperate to avoid detection by a surge of law enforcement, to choose more dangerous and remote crossings into South Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Drownings along Rio Grande spike after enforcement surgeDrownings along Rio Grande spike as immigrants wade into weed-choked canals to avoid detection
The Associated Press2 hours ago


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