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Worth the Risk? It's Not Easy to Put A Value on A Cathedral

Europe Looks to Remold Internet with New Copyright Rules

By Danica Kirka |
Rebuilding Notre Dame, the 800-year-old Paris cathedral devastated by fire this week, will cost billions of dollars as architects, historians and artisans work to preserve the medi...

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Accuracy at Core of Supreme Court Case over Census Question

Accuracy at Core of Supreme Court Case over Census Question

By Mark Sherman | Apr 22
Vast changes in America and technology have dramatically altered the way the census is conducted. Accuracy is at the heart of the Supreme Court case over the Trump administration's effort to add a citizenship question.

AIG Leader Talks About Longevity and Retirement

AIG Leader Talks About Longevity and Retirement

By Sarah Skidmore Sell | Apr 22
Kevin Hogan, chief executive of insurer AIG's Life & Retirement division, spoke with The Associated Press about longevity, financial anxiety and other issues surrounding retirement in the U.S.

U.S. Increasing Pressure on Use of Iranian Oil

U.S. Increasing Pressure on Use of Iranian Oil

By Matthew Lee | Apr 22
The Trump administration is poised to tell five nations, including allies Japan, South Korea and Turkey, that they will no longer be exempt from U.S. sanctions if they continue to import oil from Iran, officials said Sunday.

Macy's and The Trevor Project Partner for Pride Month

Macy's and The Trevor Project Partner for Pride Month

Apr 22
Macy's and The Trevor Project are rolling out a series of initiatives aimed at raising funds and awareness for Trevor's life-saving mission and services for at-risk LGBTQ young people.

Spain's Rural Regions Become Fierce Battleground for Votes

Spain's Rural Regions Become Fierce Battleground for Votes

By Artiz Parra | Apr 22
Spanish politicians are swapping campaign buses for tractors, buddying up with hunters and inspecting home-grown tomatoes in Spain's often-neglected rural regions as they hunt for votes in Sunday's general election.

Homeless Shelter, Looming IPOs Have San Francisco on Edge

Homeless Shelter, Looming IPOs Have San Francisco on Edge

By Janie Har | Apr 22
The uproar is among recent examples of strife in an expensive city that is both overwhelmed by tech wealth and passionate about social justice.

Stop & Shop, Workers Reach Tentative Contract Agreement

Stop & Shop, Workers Reach Tentative Contract Agreement

Apr 22
Stop & Shop supermarket workers and company officials reached a tentative contract agreement Sunday that includes wage increases for all associates and maintains health coverage, according to news releases from both parties.

Waikiki Flood Concerns Spur Push for Hawaii Shore Protection

Waikiki Flood Concerns Spur Push for Hawaii Shore Protection

By Caleb Jones | Apr 21
Hawaii's iconic Waikiki Beach could soon be underwater as rising sea levels caused by climate change overtake its white sand beaches and bustling city streets.

Quest for Food Stamp Data Lands Newspaper at Supreme Court

Quest for Food Stamp Data Lands Newspaper at Supreme Court

By Jessica Gresko | Apr 21
In the summer of 2010, reporters at South Dakota's Argus Leader newspaper decided to request data about the government's food assistance program, previously known as food stamps. Their quest for information is about to take them to the Supreme Court.

Why Pete Buttigieg May Be Reviving Progressive Ideals of the Social Gospel Movement

Why Pete Buttigieg May Be Reviving Progressive Ideals of the Social Gospel Movement

By David Mislin | Apr 21
Buttigieg has said that "Christian faith" can lead one "in a progressive direction" and argued that Christianity teaches "skepticism of the wealthy and the powerful and the established." A century ago, such views flourished in the Midwest.

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