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Questions, answers on new rules for Americans visiting Cuba

By JOSH LEDERMAN Associated Press (WASHINGTON, AP) — Cuba is bracing for an influx of American visitors in the years following the Obama administration’s move to do away with the last meaningful…

Investigators in Amtrak derailment looking at rail condition

By ROXANA HEGEMAN and MICHAEL BALSAMO Associate Press (CIMARRON, Kan., AP) — Investigators looking into the derailment of an Amtrak passenger train in southwest Kansas will review rail conditions and other factors to determine…

Former EPA official defends actions on Flint water crisis

By MATTHEW DALY Associated Press Washington, AP) — The former Environmental Protection Agency official who resigned as the Flint, Michigan water crisis worsened rejected criticism that she failed to act and insisted…

Pricey tea a growing niche crop in US, even Canada

By JANET McCONNAUGHEY Associated Press (BROOKHAVEN, Miss., AP) — After Hurricane Katrina wiped out his timber 11 years ago, Jason McDonald wanted a crop less susceptible to Mississippi’s potentially powerful storms. Low…

After false start, new GM ignition switch trial set to start

By LARRY NEUMEISTER Associated Press (NEW YORK, AP) — Weeks after the first New York trial over General Motors’ faulty ignition switch controversy ended prematurely, a new one is set to start.…

California lawmakers near vote on raising smoking age to 21

By JONATHAN J. COOPER Associated Press (SACRAMENTO, Calif., AP) — California’s Senate is poised to vote on a sweeping package of anti-smoking measures_including raising the smoking age to 21— as lawmakers try…

US cyber pros test skills in exercise meant to stop attacks

By TAMI ABDOLLAH Associated Press (WASHINGTON, AP) — The moment a U.S. official pressed a computer key, dozens of security experts who gathered in an underground control room girded themselves for a…

Trump received tax credit for middle class taxpayers

By JEFF HORWITZ Associated Press (WASHINGTON, AP) — In three consecutive years, Donald Trump has received a property tax credit for people with incomes of less $500,000. The perk from the New…

US appeals ruling on accessing data in New York iPhone case

By TAMI ABDOLLAH Associated Press (WASHINGTON, AP) — Calling a New York judge’s ruling “an unprecedented limitation” on judicial authority, the Justice Department has asked a Brooklyn federal court to…

VW employee chief urges US to consider fallout of fines

(BERLIN, AP) — The head of Volkswagen’s employee council said Tuesday he hopes that American authorities will consider the potential fallout on jobs in the U.S. and beyond as they…