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It’s Not Just Hawaii: The U.S. Has 169 Volcanoes That Could Erupt

It’s Not Just Hawaii: The U.S. Has 169 Volcanoes That Could Erupt

A plume of volcanic ash rose above the island of Hawaii on May 4. The long-running eruption of the Kilauea volcano, one of the most active in the United States, has destroyed houses and forced evacuations.

Summary Box: Job openings flat in May

Summary Box: Job openings flat in May

JOB OPENINGS FLAT: The number of available jobs didn't increase in May, a sign that hiring is unlikely to improve this summer. Employers advertised nearly 3 million job openings in May, the Labor Department said.

Judge to Rule on Paralyzed Mother Custody Case

Judge to Rule on Paralyzed Mother Custody Case

A California judge is expected to issue a written ruling in a custody case between a woman who was badly brain damaged following the birth of her triplets, and her ex-husband.

Laying down blunt budget markers for debt crisis

Laying down blunt budget markers for debt crisis

The battle over whether tax increases can be used to cut the nation's debt flared Tuesday as the Senate's Democratic budget writer floated a possible millionaire's surtax to help cut projected d...

BofA settlement with Fannie, Freddie "clears air"

BofA settlement with Fannie, Freddie "clears air"

Bank of America Corp. reached a $2.8 billion settlement with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac over claims that one of its businesses sold bad mortgages. The payment is far lower than analysts expected...

Senators Remain Split as They Question Justice Dept. Watchdog on F.B.I. Report

Senators Remain Split as They Question Justice Dept. Watchdog on F.B.I. Report

Michael E. Horowitz, left, the Justice Department inspector general, and Christopher A. Wray, the F.B.I. director, testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday.


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