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Falling oil prices threaten to disrupt Algerian policy

Falling oil prices threaten to disrupt Algerian policy

ALGIERS, Algeria — With oil prices at their lowest in five years and showing few signs of hitting bottom, Algeria is feeling the pinch.

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Haggen chain buying 146 Safeway, Albertsons stores

Haggen chain buying 146 Safeway, Albertsons stores

The stores are in five states including Arizona.

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Colorado ski towns worry pot will keep families away

Colorado ski towns worry pot will keep families away

There's mounting anxiety that ski towns have embraced stoner culture a little too much, potentially damaging Colorado's tourism brand.

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Phoenix residents fear plans for Wright house

Phoenix residents fear plans for Wright house

A home designed by noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright in Phoenix. Zach Rawling, who purchased the house last year, wants to incorporate an underground museum into it.

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Phoenix residents fear plans for Wright-designed house

Phoenix residents fear plans for Wright-designed house

New owner wants to turn it into a major tourist attraction.

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Falling oil prices worry Algeria

Falling oil prices worry Algeria

This Jan. 26, 2014 photo shows the Skikda oil refinery, 350 kilometers east of Algiers, Algeria. With oil prices at their lowest in five years, North Africa’s hydrocarbon giant Algeria is feeling the pinch and may have to re-examine generous and massive public spending to confront social unr…

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Falling oil prices worry Algeria

Falling oil prices worry Algeria

This Jan. 26, 2014 photo shows the Skikda oil refinery, 350 kilometers east of Algiers, Algeria. With oil prices at their lowest in five years, North Africa’s hydrocarbon giant Algeria is feeling the pinch and may have to re-examine generous and massive public spending to confront social unr…

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Falling oil prices worry Algeria

Falling oil prices worry Algeria

This June 29, 2014 photo shows the vegetable market of Algiers, Algeria. With oil prices at their lowest in five years, North Africa’s hydrocarbon giant Algeria is feeling the pinch and may have to re-examine generous and massive public spending to confront social unrest. Oil revenues make u…

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Falling oil prices worry Algeria

Falling oil prices worry Algeria

This Sept. 29, 2010 photo shows a traffic jam in Algiers, Algeria. With oil prices at their lowest in five years, North Africa’s hydrocarbon giant Algeria is feeling the pinch and may have to re-examine generous and massive public spending to confront social unrest. (AP Photo/Anis Belghoul)

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Falling oil prices worry Algeria

Falling oil prices worry Algeria

This Nov. 11, 2014 photo shows the commercial harbor of Algiers, Algeria. With oil prices at their lowest in five years, North Africa’s hydrocarbon giant Algeria is feeling the pinch and may have to re-examine generous and massive public spending to confront social unrest. Oil revenues make …

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Falling oil prices worry Algeria

Falling oil prices worry Algeria

In this Jan. 26, 2014 photo, flames burn at the Skikda oil refinery, 350 kilometers east of Algiers, Algeria. With oil prices at their lowest in five years, North Africa’s hydrocarbon giant Algeria is feeling the pinch and may have to re-examine generous and massive public spending to confro…

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Falling oil prices worry Algeria

Falling oil prices worry Algeria

In this July 10, 2013 photo, customers line up at the meat market of Algiers, Algeria.

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Grand Canyon awards temporary services contract

Grand Canyon awards temporary services contract

Averts a shutdown of some of the Grand Canyon's iconic hotels and mule rides.

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Gift Guide: Home products come with connectivity

Gift Guide: Home products come with connectivity

Do you really need an app to tell you to brush and floss? It seems every household appliance is getting some smarts these days, meaning some connection to a phone app and the broader Internet. But then what?

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Minute-by-minute price changes fluster online shoppers

Minute-by-minute price changes fluster online shoppers

Online shopping has become as volatile as stock market trading. Minute-by-minute price swings on everything from clothes to TVs have made it difficult for holiday shoppers to buy low.

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Bridge of 1917 remains deathtrap as infrastructure crumbles

Bridge of 1917 remains deathtrap as infrastructure crumbles

SEATTLE — If, in some great museum of American public discourse, there's a gilded pedestal reserved for the Lincoln- Douglas Debates, then way in the back, in a darkened room that no one tells the docents about, you might find a cardboard diorama of the Benton-Rivers Encounter.

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Toymakers finally construct a new model for girls’ toys

Toymakers finally construct a new model for girls’ toys

LOS ANGELES — For decades, toy makers believed the industry gospel: Boys want to build things; girls want to play princess.

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Sales for holiday shopping season come down to the wire

Sales for holiday shopping season come down to the wire

Retail sales rose 1.8 percent from Nov. 1 through Monday, Dec. 15, 2014 according to data provided from First Data Corp., which tracks purchases at 800,000 stores including online. The modest growth comes despite the heavy discounting customary throughout the season.  

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EPA sets first national standard for coal waste

EPA sets first national standard for coal waste

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration on Friday set the first national standards for waste generated from coal burned for electricity, treating it more like household garbage than a hazardous material.

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EPA sets first national standard for coal waste

EPA sets first national standard for coal waste

Coal ash slurry left behind in a containment pond near the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Kingston Fossil Plant is shown after the dyke at left broke on Dec. 22, 2008. An EPA ruling Friday avoided a “hazardous” classification for the waste.

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