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State Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal says he is the author behind several anonymous blog posts that referred to welfare recipients as "lazy pigs" and Planned Parenthood as the cause of abortions among African-Americans.
The Associated Press The Associated Press 49 minutes ago Here's a look at some of the defining moments, exciting scenes, triumphs and defeats from the world of sports. Images from this week include the moment before Oakland Athletics player Craig
Pennsylvania (AP) A U.S. man who posted an online threat to kill President Barack Obama has been sentenced to a year in jail...Attorney Peter Smith's office says a federal judge on Wednesday also ordered Nicholas Savino to undergo two years of
S.D. (AP) Authorities in western South Dakota are searching for two women who went missing Tuesday night after their car was caught in flood waters...The station reports emergency personnel responded to the area to rescue four men who were standing
Ellen Knickmeyer, a foreign correspondent who has worked for The Associated Press, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal, has been named the AP's San Francisco-based environmental reporter. Knickmeyer previously worked 15 years for the AP, starting
Argentina (AP) Argentina's president has objected to the conditions of a U.S. judge's ruling requiring a $1.33 billion debt repayment, but analysts say she may ultimately have to negotiate with the holdout investors she calls "vultures" to avoid an
Phoenix police say a woman used her 12-year-old son to shoplift baby formula. TV reported (http://bit.ly/1uAJ1AR ) Tuesday that witnesses say Gabrielle Fisher was hiding items in a diaper bag at a Walmart in Glendale near 51st Avenue and Indian
Utah (AP) A Utah doctor convicted of killing his wife will go to trial next month on a sex abuse charge after a judge on Monday refused his attorney's request to dismiss the case because investigators lost a recording of an interview with the accuser.
Idaho (AP) Rebecca Boone, a newsperson for The Associated Press in Boise, has been promoted to supervisory correspondent for Idaho. The appointment was announced Monday by Traci Carl, AP's West regional manager overseeing news for 13 states,
Called AP Middle East Extra, it has been created for media organisations across the Middle East plus those outside with a strong interest in the region. Aside from video content, it will also feature reports, interviews and commentaries on