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A white LED lamp next to the Colosseum in Rome on March 20. Rome is undergoing a citywide switch to the cheaper, more environmentally friendly LED lights, prompting anger among residents and critics who say the white lights dim Rome's old world charm. [New York Times]

'Candlelit dinner' vs. 'frozen-food aisle'; streetlights but Romans in a dark mood

ROME — As far as guided tours of central Rome go, this one was a downer. "Look over there, at that 'Virgin and Child,' with that ugly lamp above it, casting such a harsh outline," said Nathalie Naim, a municipal council member, pointing to a framed image on a wall. Near the Colosseum, another outrage. "This used to …

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  1. U.S. 'probably had a role' in Mosul deaths, commander says

    World

    WASHINGTON — The senior U.S. commander in Iraq said Tuesday that an American airstrike likely triggered the collapse of a building in Mosul that killed more than 100 civilians this month, but indicated that an investigation would also examine whether the attack set off a larger blast from explosives set by …

  2. Nunes won't leave Russia probe; Ryan says no need to (w/video)

    National

    WASHINGTON — House intelligence chairman Devin Nunes rebuffed calls to step aside from the Russia investigation Tuesday as demands grew for him to recuse himself as head of that probe.

    White House Press secretary Sean Spicer speaks to the media during the daily briefing in the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington, Monday, March 27, 2017. [Associated Press]
  3. White House eyeing $18 billion list of social program cuts

    National

    WASHINGTON — The White House is following up its longshot roster of budget cuts with a wish list of $18 billion worth of immediate reductions, including cuts to medical research, infrastructure, and community development grants.

    U.S. Navy veteran Stephen Matthews sits for a photograph in the bedroom of a relative's home in Warwick, R.I., in 2016, where he and his family lived after being evicted from their home. Through federal assistance, Matthews received a voucher that would pay about two-thirds of his rent, and found a place to live in late December after a six-month search. President Donald Trump's proposed 2018 budget eliminates an independent agency that coordinates the efforts of several federal agencies which play a role in preventing and ending homelessness. Nonprofits and local government officials said it would be harder to house the rest of the nation's homeless veterans without the council's guidance, leadership and coordination. [Associated Press]
  4. Trump takes aim at Obama's efforts to curb global warming (w/video)

    National

    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump will take the most significant step yet in obliterating his predecessor's environmental record Tuesday, instructing federal regulators to rewrite key rules curbing U.S. carbon emissions.

    Proposals for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in President Donald Trump's first budget are displayed at the Government Printing Office in Washington. President Donald Trump will sign an executive order on March 29 that will suspend, rescind, or flag for review more than half-a-dozen measures that were part of former President Barack Obama's sweeping plan to curb global warming. [Associated Press]
  5. 'Candlelit dinner' vs. 'frozen-food aisle'; streetlights but Romans in a dark mood

    World

    ROME — As far as guided tours of central Rome go, this one was a downer.

    A white LED lamp next to the Colosseum in Rome on March 20. Rome is undergoing a citywide switch to the cheaper, more environmentally friendly LED lights, prompting anger among residents and critics who say the white lights dim Rome's old world charm. [New York Times]