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Killing of Cecil's Son Highlights Peril Facing African Lions

Killing of Cecil's Son Highlights Peril Facing African Lions

By Christopher Torchia |
Cecil the Lion's son Xanda has been killed by a big game hunter, bringing fresh scrutiny on the "trophy" hunting of a species whose numbers in the African wild have plummeted.

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China's 'Intervention' Not Main Culprit in U.S. Trade Deficit

China's 'Intervention' Not Main Culprit in U.S. Trade Deficit

By Joe McDonald | Jul 23
Is the outsize role played by China's government in its economy to blame for its multibillion-dollar trade surpluses with the United States?

Norovirus Confirmed in Diner Who Reported Eating at Chipotle

Norovirus Confirmed in Diner Who Reported Eating at Chipotle

Jul 23
A person who reported eating at a Chipotle in northern Virginia has tested positive for norovirus. But health officials say that's not yet enough to determine the cause of the roughly 60 reported illnesses it has identified.

Cops Wage Psychological Warfare Against Online Drug Bazaars

Cops Wage Psychological Warfare Against Online Drug Bazaars

By Raphael Satter and Frank Bajak | Jul 23
In an innovative blow to illicit internet commerce, cyberpolice shut down the world's leading "darknet" marketplace - then quietly seized a second bazaar to amass intelligence on illicit drug merchants and buyers.

Trump Administration Pulls Health Law Help in 18 Cities

Trump Administration Pulls Health Law Help in 18 Cities

By Carla K. Johnson | Jul 23
President Donald Trump's administration has ended Affordable Care Act contracts that brought assistance into libraries, businesses and urban neighborhoods in 18 cities

AP Explains: What Are Trump's Options in Venezuela?

AP Explains: What Are Trump's Options in Venezuela?

By Michael Weissenstein | Jul 23
The Trump administration is threatening to take "strong and swift economic actions" if Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro proceeds with his plan to rewrite the nation's constitution.

Netflix Still Piling Up Viewers -- and Big Programming Bills

Netflix Still Piling Up Viewers -- and Big Programming Bills

By Michael Liedtke | Jul 22
Netflix is pulling in new viewers and award nominations in droves, but the online video service still faces a long-term problem: Its acclaimed programming line-up is costing far more money than what subscribers pay for it.

Weed Killer Turns Neighbor Against Neighbor in Farm Country

Weed Killer Turns Neighbor Against Neighbor in Farm Country

By Andrew DeMillo | Jul 22
A longtime Arkansas soybean farmer, Mike Wallace thought of his neighbors as a community and always was willing to lend a hand if they faced any hardships with their crops.

Ready-to-Cook Meals from Amazon in Bid to Expand Groceries

Ready-to-Cook Meals from Amazon in Bid to Expand Groceries

By Anick Jesdanun | Jul 22
Amazon has begun selling ready-to-cook meal packages for busy households in a bid to expand its groceries business.

Ice Cream Chain Dedicates Flavor to Baby Hippo

Ice Cream Chain Dedicates Flavor to Baby Hippo

Jul 22
A popular baby hippo has expanded her influence to a Cincinnati-based ice cream chain by inspiring its new flavor Chunky Chunky Hippo.

Killing of Cecil's Son Highlights Peril Facing African Lions

Killing of Cecil's Son Highlights Peril Facing African Lions

By Christopher Torchia | Jul 21
Cecil the Lion's son Xanda has been killed by a big game hunter, bringing fresh scrutiny on the "trophy" hunting of a species whose numbers in the African wild have plummeted.

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