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Americans have grown fond of "buy now, pay later" services, but the "pay later" part is becoming increasingly difficult for some borrowers.

By KEN SWEET Associated Press September 16, 2022
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Rail companies and their workers reached a tentative agreement Thursday to avert a nationwide strike that could have shut down the nation's freight trains and devastated the economy less than two months before the midterm elections.

By JOSH FUNK, JOSH BOAK and ZEKE MILLER, Associated Press September 16, 2022
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Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed Friday to press his attack on Ukraine despite Ukraine's latest counteroffensive and warned that Moscow could ramp up its strikes on the country's vital infrastructure if Ukrainian forces target facilities in Russia.

By Associated Press September 16, 2022
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A 71-year-old Colorado man has been convicted of first-degree murder and other charges in the cold case slayings of two women whose bodies were found near the mountain resort town of Breckenridge in 1982.

By Associated Press September 16, 2022
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Wall Street closed out the stock market's worst week in three months with more losses Friday, as a stark warning from FedEx about rapidly worsening trends in the economy rattled already anxious investors.

By DAMIAN J. TROISE and ALEX VEIGA Associated Press September 16, 2022
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Golubski retired in 2010 after working for the Kansas City (Kansas) Police Department for 35 years.

By MARGARET STAFFORD, Associated Press September 15, 2022
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Two buses of migrants from the U.S.-Mexico border were dropped off near Vice President Kamala Harris' home in residential Washington on Thursday morning in the bitter political battle over the Biden administration's immigration policies.

By Associated Press September 15, 2022
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Democrats are punting a vote to protect same-sex and interracial marriages until after the November midterm elections, pulling back just days after Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer vowed to put the Senate on the record on the issue “in the coming weeks.”

By MARY CLARE JALONICK, Associated Press September 15, 2022
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MyPillow chief executive Mike Lindell said Tuesday that federal agents seized his cellphone and questioned him about a Colorado clerk who has been charged in what prosecutors say was a “deceptive scheme” to breach voting system technology used across the country.

By MICHAEL BALSAMO and CHRISTINA A. CASSIDY, Associated Press September 14, 2022
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TikTok may be the platform of choice for catchy videos, but anyone using it to learn about COVID-19, climate change or Russia's invasion of Ukraine is likely to encounter misleading information, according to a research report published Wednesday.

By DAVID KLEPPER, Associated Press September 14, 2022
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A lawyer for conspiracy theorist Alex Jones' Infowars empire acknowledged on the witness stand Wednesday that the show and website spread falsehoods about the Sandy Hook school shooting.

By DAVE COLLINS and JENNIFER PELTZ, Associated Press September 14, 2022
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With only three months left in the year, the House Jan. 6 committee is eyeing a close to its work and a final report laying out its findings about the U.S. Capitol insurrection. But the investigation is not over.

By MARY CLARE JALONICK, Associated Press September 13, 2022
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Among the boarded-up windows and blast-scarred buildings of Ukraine’s second-largest city, where Russian missiles and rockets strike during the day and the night, fear forms the backdrop of life.

By ELENA BECATOROS, Associated Press September 12, 2022
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Tropical Storm Kay became a post-tropical cyclone Friday night after veering away from the U.S.-Mexico border region, though it continued to cause rain in parts of northwestern Mexico and the U.S. Southwest.

By Associated Press September 12, 2022
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R. Kelly is a sexual predator who parlayed his fame to abuse minors, a prosecutor said Monday during closing arguments at the R&B star's child pornography and trial-fixing trial.

By MICHAEL TARM, AP Legal Affairs Writer September 12, 2022
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Human rights activists in the Philippines rejected on Saturday President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.'s move to proclaim the birthday of his late father, an ousted dictator, a special holiday in their northern home province.

By Associated Press September 11, 2022
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People wanting to pay their final respects to Queen Elizabeth II as she lies in state at the Houses of Parliament in London need to be prepared for a long wait.

By Associated Press September 11, 2022
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NEW YORK — Americans remembered 9/11 on Sunday with tear-choked tributes and pleas to "never forget," 21 years after the deadliest terror attack on U.S. soil.

By JENNIFER PELTZ, KAREN MATTHEWS and JULIE WALKER Associated Press September 11, 2022
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Wall Street added to its recent gains Friday with a broad rally that broke the market's three-week losing streak.

By DAMIAN J. TROISE and ALEX VEIGA Associated Press September 10, 2022
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The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits last week fell to its lowest level since May despite repeated attempts by the Federal Reserve to cool the economy and bring inflation under control.

By MATT OTT Associated Press September 10, 2022
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Even though battery costs are rising, auto companies are rolling out more affordable electric vehicles that should widen their appeal to a larger group of buyers.

By TOM KRISHER Associated Press September 10, 2022
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The U.S. counted its millionth organ transplant on Friday, a milestone that comes at a critical time for Americans still desperately waiting for that chance at survival.

By LAURAN NEERGAARD, AP Medical Writer September 9, 2022
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Oregon utilities shut down power to tens of thousands of customers on Friday as dry easterly winds swept into the region in a bid to lessen the risk of wildfires in extremely dry and hot conditions.

By GILLIAN FLACCUS, Associated Press September 9, 2022
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President Joe Biden steered clear of partisan politics at Friday's groundbreaking celebration for a huge new computer chip facility in Ohio — as a tough Senate contest in that state and a Democratic candidate seeking to distance himself from Biden reflected the challenge of translating White House policy wins into political gains.

By AAMER MADHANI, JOSH BOAK and ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS, Associated Press September 9, 2022
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United Airlines thinks that in a few years, plenty of big-city customers will pay $100 or more for a one-way ride to the airport in a four-seat, electric-powered air taxi.

By DAVID KOENIG, AP Airlines Writer September 8, 2022

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