The Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
The relentless task of carrying bodies from a coal mine goes on as more than 270 bodies are recovered with 150 miners still missing in the country's deadliest-ever mining accident.
Researchers say that cultural attitudes toward workplace safety and poor oversight contribute to problems in mining in the country, where 100 deaths a year were reported from 2001-2012.
Strong winds and dry conditions fuel several fires in San Diego County, including one in Carlsbad that has burned at least 30 homes.
A rights group is pushing the government to protect children on U.S. tobacco farms, claiming they work long hours under hazardous conditions.
Saying it needs to plant its crop, the state's agriculture department sues for the release of 250 pounds of seeds that have been held by customs officials for over a week.
The state's supreme court tossed out a ruling striking down the law, but stopped short of ruling on the constitutionality of the measure.
It took nearly 13 years to reach fruition, but as it prepares to open the struggle to build it is trumped by the unity that it took to make it a reality.
The state's supreme court refused to put on hold a ruling that overturned the ban on gay marriage, but same-sex weddings still came to a halt amid confusion about what's next.
A 15-month-old boy in Minneapolis who survived a fall from an 11-story high-rise balcony has been dubbed "the miracle baby."
The newspaper gave no reason why executive editor Jill Abramson is being replaced by managing editor Dean Baquet after two and a half years on the job.
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