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- More storms, tornadoes expected in central United States
(Reuters) - Violent thunderstorms were forecast to hit the central United States on Monday, threatening to bring additional hail, heavy rain and tornadoes to the region stricken by a deadly twister during the weekend. The National Weather Service said severe storms would hit the Ozarks and the middle Mississippi Valley, with the greatest risk in northwest Arkansas, far southeast Kansas, southern Missouri, most of Oklahoma and northern Texas. "A very moist atmosphere will become quite unstable again today," the forecasters said. ...
- What We Know About the Record Breaking Powerball Jackpot's Mystery Winner
The frenzy for last minute tickets is over. The numbers have been picked out. Somewhere, a single person is $590.5 million richer. Last night's record Powerball jackpot has a winner but we have no idea who that person is yet.
- Report: Obama Administration Apologizes for Another National Security Leak
“Can you imagine if things were reversed and somebody did that to the U.S.?"
- Steve Jobs widow: How is Laurene Powell Jobs spending her wealth?
For most of her 20-year marriage to Steve Jobs, Laurene Powell Jobs was content to be a behind-the-scenes philanthropist.
- Everybody is Dreading Monday's 'Carmageddon'
Friday's horrifying crash on the Metro North railway in Connecticut has halted train service for hundreds of thousands of daily commuters in and out of New York City. And as the big Monday commute approaches, officials want you to know that the highways probably can't handle the anticipated influx of extra cars.
- Dear American Consumers: Please don t start eating healthfully. Sincerely, the Food Industry
Dear American Consumers: Please don t start eating healthfully. Sincerely, the Food Industry
- What We've Learned About the Cincinnati Team at the Heart of the IRS Scandal
The IRS' office of Exempt Organizations sounds like a terrible place to work. Piling on to the critical report from a Treasury Inspector General, at least four sweeping media assessments this weekend show a department that is overwhelmed, underfunded, and poorly managed.
- Marine who dumped toxins felt illness was payback
CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. (AP) — Ron Poirier couldn't escape the feeling that his cancer was somehow a punishment.