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The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services hasn't tried to collect potentially millions of dollars in overpayments made to recipients of food stamps and other public benefits, according to a routine state audit.
A record-breaking storm slammed parched Southern California on Tuesday, cutting off power to thousands, jamming traffic during the morning commute and stranding some people in surging waterways.
Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz division is set to release an electric car within the next few years, according to Auto News magazine, which cited Thomas Weber, a Daimler board member in charge of Mercedes' car development.
Authorities say three people are dead after a floatplane belonging to a fishing lodge crashed with 10 people on board in southwest Alaska.
A Russian man has pleaded guilty in New Jersey to a role in a computer hacking scheme that authorities say involved stealing and selling 160 million credit and debit card numbers.
Reynolds American Inc can no longer sell Camel Crush Bold or three other cigarette products in the United States because they may be more dangerous than similar older cigarettes, the Food and Drug Administration said on Tuesday.
One of New Mexico's highest-ranking officials pleaded not guilty Tuesday to fraud, embezzlement and other charges after being accused of funneling campaign contributions to her personal bank accounts and withdrawing large sums of money at casinos around the state.
Janis Joplin may have longed for a Mercedes-Benz, but she actually drove a Porsche that's now on its way to the auction block in New York.
Stockton University cast a wide net of blame Tuesday for its failed efforts to turn a former casino into a satellite campus, even as it seeks new buyers for the Atlantic City property.
The Missouri Department of Revenue didn't refund roughly $20 million in cash bonds to closed businesses and the agency was not actively trying to return the money, a state audit released Tuesday found.
If we look to television for more than entertainment — and let's face it, we do — then Sunday's Emmy Awards ceremony will have something for everyone.
State Auditor of Accounts Doug Hoffer on Tuesday issued a tough report on the state's worker training subsidies, questioning whether taxpayers are getting their money's worth from the Vermont Training Program.