Police and federal agents appealed to the public Tuesday for amateur video and photos that might yield clues to the Boston Marathon bombing as the chief FBI agent in Boston vowed "we will go to the ends of the Earth" to find whoever carried out the deadly attack.
U.S. Sen. John Hoeven provided a spark for flood-fatigued officials in his home state Monday, announcing that a measure with money for a proposed Red River diversion project should reach the Senate floor in April or May.
Firefighters and mechanics tried repeatedly to put out a battery fire aboard a Boeing 787 Dreamliner through smoke so thick they couldn't see the battery, according to documents released Thursday that portray the incident as more serious than previously described.
CAIRO (AP) — Egyptians took their quarrel over a draft constitution to polling stations Saturday after weeks of violent turmoil between the newly empowered Islamists and the mostly liberal opposition over the future identity of the nation.
Water and sewer use in northwest Jamestown can return to normal now that a force main near Nickeus Park has been repaired and the lift station is operational again, according to the city engineer's office.
Delays and production glitches have been common on major computer projects in North Dakota government. Now, the state Legislature, which is laboring to replace its own computer system, is getting its own lesson on how treacherous the job can be.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, August 11, 2008
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