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Obama to Russia: More sanctions are 'teed up'
Obama warns Russia that more sanctions are 'teed up' but admits they may not stop Putin
Last year's deadbeats do best as stocks stall
Utilities, gold and Treasurys perform the best in 2014 as the stock market stalls
Last year's deadbeats do best as stocks stall
Utilities, gold and Treasurys perform the best in 2014 as the stock market stalls
Bloodied shirt, unwashed fork: JPII relics abound
Bullet-pocked undershirt, unwashed tableware, deathbed linen: John Paul II relics aplenty
Oklahoma court rejects death-row inmates' claims
Oklahoma high court rejects death row inmates' drug secrecy claims, lifts stay of execution
Witness: Iraqi teens posed no threat before death
Former soldier testifies that teenage brothers in Iraq posed no threat before killing
Classes begin at SKorean school full of mourning
Classes begin at South Korean school hit hard by ferry disaster; toll hits 159
Technology group to decide Cover Oregon's future
Technology committee to recommend final option for future of Cover Oregon's botched exchange
Cleared of murder, man starts fresh 24 years later
Life interrupted: Man exonerated in murder struggles to start fresh after 24 years behind bars
Vermont moves toward labeling of GMO foods
As Vermont moves toward labeling GMO foods, manufacturers worry about costs, confusion
Vermont moves toward labeling of GMO foods
As Vermont moves toward labeling GMO foods, manufacturers worry about costs, confusion
Obama: New sanctions against Russia are 'teed up'
Obama: New sanctions against Russia 'teed up;' Moscow not easing tensions in Ukraine
Obama: New sanctions against Russia are 'teed up'
Obama: New sanctions against Russia 'teed up;' Moscow not easing tensions in Ukraine
Wyoming gas explosion prompts evacuation of town
Fire allowed to burn itself out after explosion at Wyoming natural gas processing plant
Biologists watching fish runs after deadly slide
Scientists closely watching endangered fish runs after deadly landslide, see signs of hope
Camilla's brother dies in NY of head injury
Camilla 'utterly devastated' by death of brother who fell in NY, suffering head injury
FDA proposes first regulations for e-cigarettes
Feds propose e-cigarette regulations , including banning sales to minors, new product approval
Pineda tossed for pine tar; Red Sox beat Yanks 5-1
Yankees' Michael Pineda ejected for using pine tar as Red Sox beat New York 5-1
FCC to propose pay-for-priority Internet standards
FCC to propose pay-for-priority Internet access rules that protect competition, free speech
Costa Rica is demanding US explain 'Cuban Twitter'
Costa Rica government warned US against launch of 'Cuban Twitter,' now demands answers
96th Street to have head-to-head traffic
Ex-Obama official urges approval of Keystone XL pipeline
Benefit to be held for family of Omaha shooting victim
Omaha Personnel Board to weigh a ‘ban-the-box’ proposal for city job applications
New Alegent Creighton Clinic to open in Council Bluffs
Grace: Your older self has a request — use sunscreen
At NU's helm, J.B. Milliken built the university by building relationships with state leaders
Kelly: Huskers' glory days of '80s live on — on the small screen and on stage
Video: Stothert says Crossroads project is 'full speed ahead,' but she won't support bond issue
Agreement reached to end dog racing at Bluffs Run at end of 2015
Beau McCoy calls Pete Ricketts a 'convenient conservative' for immigration stance
Police ID body found near 36th, Seward Streets
World champion Crawford's promoter working to have title defense at CenturyLink Center
Hail, strong winds, heavy rain hit south-central Nebraska
'Fairly old' human skull found in Mills County
Kelly: Started at a dining room table, Home Instead thriving at 20 with $1B in annual revenue
Omaha crash victim, 19, had touched many lives
Firefighters take on 'fully engulfed barn fire'
Council Bluffs school board approves new district headquarters
Officials announce effort to lure more veterans to Nebraska
SB 132nd Street lane closed
Shane Osborn grabs several endorsements
New public employee pay data: Douglas, Lancaster, Sarpy Counties, plus utilities
Database: How much did Medicare pay your doctor?
Omaha area may get 1 inch of rain tonight
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Kelly: Huskers' glory days of '80s live on — on the small screen and on stage
The 1984 NFL draft was unusual for the Nebraska Cornhuskers, and these days it's remembered in the name of a rock band, the 1984 Draft. Tonight, the band will be featured nationally on the NFL Network in a documentary about — what else? — the 1984 draft.
Kelly: Started at a dining room table, Home Instead thriving at 20 with $1B in annual revenue
The idea that Paul Hogan had studied and then hatched at his mother's table was that older people, rather than moving in with relatives or to an assisted-living center, would much prefer to stay home instead.
Breaking Brad: Nebraska GOP candidates unified against naked squirrels
Some of these Nebraska campaigns are tilting pretty far right. At a recent forum, there was a consensus that we need to ban public dancing and clothe naked squirrels in public parks.
Breaking Brad: Inside the mind of a 99-year-old real estate agent
I saw an article about a 99-year-old real estate agent who's still working. “This house is extra special. It has indoor toilets!”
Breaking Brad: Into the claw machine! Florida kid follows Lincoln kid's lead
In Fort Lauderdale, Fla., a child climbed inside a claw machine. Hey, Florida kid: Nobody likes a copycat.
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