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  • Associated Press

    Supreme Court: Ross can't be questioned in census suit

    WASHINGTON (October 23, 2018) — The Supreme Court is siding with the Trump administration to block the questioning of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross about his decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.

  • Associated Press

    Man arrested for threats that closed Kentucky school system

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (October 19, 2018) — A heavily armed Kentucky man was arrested after authorities uncovered evidence of a "credible and imminent" threat that prompted a rural school district to cancel classes Friday, Kentucky State Police said.

  • Associated Press

    Feds open clergy abuse probe in Pennsylvania

    PHILADELPHIA (October 18, 2018) — The U.S. Justice Department has opened an investigation of child sexual abuse inside the Roman Catholic Church in Pennsylvania, using subpoenas to demand confidential files and testimony from church leaders, according to two people familiar with the probe.

  • Associated Press

    Atlanta City Council votes to settle ex-fire chief's lawsuit

    ATLANTA (October 16, 2018) — Atlanta's City Council has voted to pay $1.2 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the city's former fire chief who was dismissed after he wrote a book that included what the Bible has to say about homosexuality.

  • Associated Press

    Supreme Court asked to review abortion law signed by Pence

    INDIANAPOLIS (October 15, 2018) — Indiana is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear arguments over a law that bars women from having abortions based on gender, race or disability.

  • Associated Press

    Arkansas Supreme Court upholds revised voter ID law

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (October 11, 2018) - Arkansas' highest court has upheld a voter ID law that is nearly identical to a restriction struck down by the court four years ago.

  • Associated Press

    Washington Supreme Court tosses out state's death penalty

    OLYMPIA, Wash. (October 11, 2018) - Washington state's Supreme Court ruled Thursday ruled that the death penalty, as applied, violates its Constitution.

  • Associated Press

    Limousine service operator charged in crash that killed 20

    LATHAM, N.Y. (October 10, 2018) — A limousine service operator was charged Wednesday with criminally negligent homicide in a crash that killed 20 people, while police continued investigating what caused the wreck and whether anyone else will face charges.

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