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Pot Shops Turn to Highway Sponsor Signs Amid Strict Ad Rules

Pot Shops Turn to Highway Sponsor Signs Amid Strict Ad Rules

Feb 17
Cannabis companies are using a loophole in Colorado's strict limits on marijuana advertising by sponsoring state highways and putting their names on roadside signs.

Trump's $1.5B Uranium Bailout Triggers Rush of Mining Plans

Trump's $1.5B Uranium Bailout Triggers Rush of Mining Plans

By Brady McCombs | Feb 17
President Donald Trump's $1.5 billion proposal to prop up the country's nuclear fuel industry has emboldened at least one company to take steps toward boosting operations at dormant uranium mines.

National Black News Channel Makes Debut

National Black News Channel Makes Debut

By Brendan Farrington | Feb 15
Former U.S. Rep. J.C. Watts was beaming like a proud parent as he talked about the launch of Black News Channel — a project he's worked on for years.

Not Real News: A Look at What Didn't Happen This Week

Not Real News: A Look at What Didn't Happen This Week

By Beatrice Dupuy | Feb 15
None of these are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked them out. Here are the real facts.

LA Church Leaders Charged with Marriage, Immigration Fraud

LA Church Leaders Charged with Marriage, Immigration Fraud

Feb 14
Three officials with a Philippines-based church in Los Angeles have been charged as part of an alleged scheme to trick followers into becoming fundraisers and arrange sham marriages to keep them in the U.S.

No Cirque for Provincetown — Town Officials Point Fingers

No Cirque for Provincetown — Town Officials Point Fingers

Feb 13
The recent battle over a Cirque du Soleil show coming to Provincetown this summer ended with the entertainment giant pulling back from bringing a show in the summer resort.

American and Alaska Strike Deal Around Seattle Flights

American and Alaska Strike Deal Around Seattle Flights

Feb 13
American Airlines and Alaska Airlines say they will cooperate more closely on West Coast service, including new American flights from Seattle to India's technology hub in Bangalore.

Penned Lions Still on Offer At U.S. Trophy Hunting Convention

Penned Lions Still on Offer At U.S. Trophy Hunting Convention

By Michael Biesecker | Feb 13
An undercover video recorded by animal welfare activists shows vendors at a recent trophy-hunting convention promoting trips to shoot captive-bred lions in Africa.

Impasse At Jewish Museum in Warsaw Approaches Turning Point

Impasse At Jewish Museum in Warsaw Approaches Turning Point

By Vanessa Gera | Feb 12
A long stalemate over the future independence of Warsaw's landmark Jewish history museum is building toward a crucial turning point.

Retailers Try Clothing Rental, But Will It Be a Good Fit?

Retailers Try Clothing Rental, But Will It Be a Good Fit?

By Anne D'Innocenzio | Feb 12
Renting clothes could be the future of fashion — or it could just be a fad. But traditional retailers can no longer afford to wait on the sidelines to find out.

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