Australia PM Turnbull in Japan for economic, security talks

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has visited a Japanese military training camp outside Tokyo at the start of a one-day visit to Japan.

United States

Fed survey finds solid growth and rising wages

The Federal Reserve says the economy was growing at a moderate pace at the start of the year, with the majority of business contacts optimistic about prospects for 2018.

United States

California suspect calls slain deputy's partner 'coward'

The suspect being tried in the slayings of two Northern California sheriff's deputies called one slain officer's partner a "coward" and repeatedly and profanely interrupted the start of his murder trial Tuesday.


Steelers stunned by Jaguars 45-42

Dominant at the start and resilient at the finish, Jacksonville stunned the Steelers 45-42 on Sunday to advance to the AFC title game.


NAU falls to 0-5 in Big Sky play with loss at Southern Utah

Lumberjacks off to worst start in conference play since 1990-91 season

Life & Style

Denny's giving out free Grand Slam breakfasts, but there's a catch

Denny’s is offering its guests a free Grand Slam breakfast through the end of January — but only if they start using the chain's online-ordering platform.


Pacers sign Mad Ants' Ben Moore to two-way contract

Indiana Pacers fans soon could start getting a glimpse of forward Ben Moore of the Fort Wayne Mad Ants


The worst days to fly in 2018

This is a good time to start planning a vacation, because if you know when to fly – and just as important, when not to fly – you could save some real money.


Big unions sent over $1B in dues to Dem groups since 2010 without member approval, research finds

Big labor groups have sent over $1 billion to left-leaning groups since the start of the decade without prior approval from the unions' members, according to eye-opening new research.


Joy Behar thinks Trump would start nuclear war to keep 'his stupid sons' out of jail

ABC’s “The View” went off on President Trump on Wednesday for a recent exchange over nuclear weapons with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and Joy Behar even implied he could start a war to avoid sending his sons to prison.


For Congress, it's kick or receive

We’re now at halftime in the 115th Congress. Congressional Democrats may be in the minority, but they positioned themselves to defer at the beginning of the game, receiving the kickoff to start the second session of this Congress.


Rome mayor moves to delay start of trial on lying charges

Rome's mayor is seeking to delay the start of her trial on charges that she lied about a City Hall appointment.

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