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Atomic anniversary brings US nuclear official to New Mexico

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The head of the National Nuclear Security Administration is New Mexico this week as part of a nationwide tour of the federal government's nuclear security operations. The visit by Administrator Lisa Gordon-Hagerty coincides...

 

Russian prankster acts as UN chief, reaches Polish president

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A Russian prankster posing as the U.N. secretary-general managed to reach Poland's president on the telephone and rendered him speechless with questions about Ukraine, Russia and his reelection on Sunday. The prankster, Vladim...

 

Mayor steps in to save wedding that was missing officiant

MASHPEE, Mass. (AP) — A couple gathered with family for a Cape Cod wedding found themselves without an officiant minutes before being wed, until a Massachusetts mayor wrangled special permission to perform the ceremony. Carlo DeMaria, the mayor of...

 

Cheeky Corpse: Georgia detectives discover body is sex doll

ALLENHURST, Ga. (AP) — It seemed like a major crime for Allenhurst, a town of less than 700 people in southeast Georgia. A female body was spotted by the railroad tracks. Liberty County deputies gathered at the scene and waited for the coroner. It...

 
 By ANITA SNOW    Regional    July 16, 2020

Arizona ban on evictions set to end as heat, infections soar

PHOENIX (AP) — Housing advocacy groups in Arizona have joined lawmakers in lobbying Gov. Doug Ducey to extend his coronavirus-related moratorium on evictions, which will expire next week and allow authorities to start removing hundreds of renters...

 

Mail delays likely as new postal boss pushes cost-cutting

WASHINGTON (AP) — Mail deliveries could be delayed by a day or more under cost-cutting efforts being imposed by the new postmaster general. The plan eliminates overtime for hundreds of thousands of postal workers and says employees must adopt a...

 

Congress eyes new virus aid as school, health crisis deepens

WASHINGTON (AP) — Two months after House Democrats approved a $3 trillion COVID-19 aid package, Senate Republicans are poised to unveil their $1 trillion counteroffer, straining to keep spending in check as the virus outbreak spreads and societal...

 

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