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Rochester Focuses On A New Picture Of American Manufacturing

Rochester, N.Y., was once the imaging capital of the world, home to Kodak, Xerox and Bausch + Lomb. Now, with a drastically cut manufacturing sector, the city is trying to build something new.

In N.H. Race, A Rematch Of A Rematch

Voters in New Hampshire's 1st District have swung back and forth in recent congressional elections. This year, Democratic Rep. Carol Shea-Porter meets former GOP Rep. Frank Guinta for the third time.

With DeKalb CEO In Court, Citizens Group Hopes To Start Discussion Of Reforming County Government

A group of concerned citizens says it’s time for deep changes to DeKalb County government-from internal audits to possible term limits for county officials.

Who's Buried In The 'Magnificent' Tomb From Ancient Greece?

The largest archaeological find of its kind in Greece has set off speculation and thrilled Greeks, reminding them they are rich in history.

Macon&Eggs for Monday, September 29th: Where Does Macon Go From Here When Dealing With Blight?

Boarded-up homes, shuttered stores, overgrown yards and crumbling roads… By themselves, these are eyesores and sometimes safety hazards. Taken together, they’re known as blight, a daily reality across Macon and Bibb County.

Police Officer Shot In Ferguson, Mo., As Protests Continue

The shooting does not appear to be connected to the protests, police said. The officer, a woman, is expected to recover.

Hong Kong Police Use Tear Gas On Large Pro-Democracy Protest

Video footage from earlier in the day showed protesters using umbrellas to try to deflect pepper spray and water cannons as officers attempted to disperse the crowd.

Obama: U.S. Underestimated ISIS, Overestimated Iraqi Army

In an interview with 60 Minutes the president, citing the director of national intelligence, acknowledged that U.S. intelligence overestimated the ability of the Iraqi army to fight the group.

To Counter Gun Violence, Researchers Seek Deeper Data

For the first time in nearly 20 years, federal money is flowing into gun violence research. There's also growing momentum behind creating a reliable national database for firearm injuries and deaths.