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Tribe asks to take over former boarding school in Kansas

The Shawnee Tribe says it wants to take over ownership of a Kansas historical site that might contain unmarked graves of Native American students

Fed minutes: Officials cited strong hiring to justify hikes

Federal Reserve officials suggested at their most recent meeting that a continuing streak of robust hiring could keep inflation elevated and was a key reason why they expected to raise interest rates this year more than they had previously forecast

Couple in central Florida retirement community found slain

A couple living in a central Florida retirement community was found slain in their home, and a woman who was seen driving the couple’s car has been arrested

Convictions, prison time: A look at college admissions scam

More than 50 people were convicted in the sprawling college admissions bribery scheme that embroiled elite universities across the country and landed a slew of prominent parents and athletic coaches behind bars

Sheriff names patroller who died in Utah chairlift accident

A ski patroller at a Utah resort died after being ejected from a chairlift shaken by a tree that fell onto a lift cable

James 'Buster' Corley of Dave & Buster’s chain dead at 72

James “Buster” Corley, a co-founder of the restaurant and entertainment chain Dave & Buster’s, has died

Major winter storms dump on California, Upper Midwest

Powerful winds are roaring into California, toppling trees ahead of a major winter storm as crews rush to clear storm drains in preparation for flooding, and people scramble to find sandbags

Man charged in university student killings arrives in Idaho

The man accused in the November slayings of four University of Idaho students is has arrived in Idaho, where he is charged with four counts of first-degree murder and felony burglary

Delta airliner goes off icy taxiway in Minneapolis snowstorm

A Delta jet went off an icy taxiway after landing in a snowstorm in Minneapolis but no passengers were injured

US job openings fell slightly in November yet still high

U.S. job openings slipped in November but remained at high suggesting businesses are still determined to add workers, a blow to the Federal Reserve’s efforts to cool hiring and wage gains

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