South hopeful, wary, but nuke talks crucial for Korean ties

South Koreans are reacting with hope and wariness about whether Trump and Kim can advance on nuclear diplomacy at their second summit, but progress between Nort
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Fish pass mirror test, but does it mean they're self-aware?

Scientists report that a fish appears to recognize itself in a mirror _ and that raises a key question for experts in animal mental prowess
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Cuomo defends NY abortion law after criticism from Trump

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is defending New York's new state abortion law after it was criticized by President Donald Trump during Tuesday's State of the Union address
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New Mexico man linked to baby shooting released from jail

A man facing child abuse charges after a 3-year-old boy allegedly shot his 8-month-old sister in a New Mexico motel has been released
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Democratic contenders hoping to run on soaking the rich

Some Democratic presidential hopefuls are enthusiastically embracing plans to raise taxes on the richest Americans
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Judge orders sale of property purchased by sect's leaders

A judge has ordered that a 7,680-acre (3,108-hectare) northwestern New Mexico property purchased by leaders of a paramilitary religious sect be sold to satisfy
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Beyond liberal base, some Democrats pitch to party moderates

Some Democrats in presidential race are looking beyond winning over party's liberal base with an appeal to its moderates
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Lawmakers want to save university's soccer, skiing programs

Key Democratic lawmakers are getting behind an effort to force the University of New Mexico to reinstate the men's soccer team
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AP-NORC poll: 6 in 10 Americans blame Trump for shutdown

AP-NORC poll: Most Americans blame Trump for shutdown, nearly half oppose plan to build border wall with Mexico
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Navajo Nation police: 1 dead in shooting involving officers

Navajo Nation authorities say one person is dead following a shooting involving police officers but that no officers were injured
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Could you live on your retirement savings for 23 years?

The average retirement lasts more than 20 years. Here's how to figure out if your savings will last that long, and what to do if you're in danger of running out
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AP-NORC poll: Shutdown drags Trump approval to yearlong low

AP-NORC Poll: Shutdown drags Trump approval to lowest mark in year as Americans reject rationale for wall
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Poll: Support for 'Medicare-for-all' fluctuates with details

Poll: Support for 'Medicare-for-all' fluctuates with details pro and con
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Tulsa mayor setting up office to monitor police force

Tulsa's mayor says creating an independent office to monitor police will help build trust in law enforcement
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State police: Hundreds of pounds of pot seized in Gallup

State authorities say they seized nearly 1,000 pounds of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in two days at a western New Mexico stop
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Program using storytelling events to save Navajo language

A group of Navajo Nation elders is using traditional storytelling to try to pass down their language to the next generation
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Lawsuit: Mormon Church failed to keep child safe from abuse

Navajo man sues Mormon church, alleging he was abused in a now-defunct program that sent children into foster care for the school year
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Correction: Navajo Nation Council story

Correction: Navajo Nation Council story
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Prescott, Cowboys push past Seahawks for 24-22 wild-card win

Elliott rushes for 137 yards, Prescott scores after dazzling run as Cowboys hang on for 24-22 wild-card win over Seahawks
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Navajo legislation on tribal energy company withdrawn

Navajo Nation Council legislation to allow a tribal-owned energy company to become a for-profit corporation was withdrawn before it could be considered
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The Latest: New Mexico forecasters report 'hefty' snowfall

A series of storms that began last week has dropped more than 3 feet (1 meter) of snow in some parts of New Mexico
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The Latest: Authorities warn of dangerous roads conditions

Roads in New Mexico's largest city remain slick and packed with snow as other parts of the state brace for more winter weather
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The Latest: 1 Killed, officer injured in Albuquerque wrecks

Authorities say one person was killed and a New Mexico State Police officer was injured in crashes early Wednesday on Interstate 40 in Albuquerque where the Sta
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Snowfall causes closures in Albuquerque, other communities

The city of Albuquerque and the University of New Mexico were among numerous employers big and small closing offices and other facilities Wednesday due to snowf
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