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Kansas must count disputed state, local race votes, judge rules

Kansas must count potentially thousands of votes in state and local races from people who’ve registered without providing citizenship documents, a county judged ruled on Friday.


Post Falls day care shut down after violations

A Post Falls day care has closed its doors after an investigation by the state’s Department of Health and Welfare found multiple violations.


Clinton, Kaine launch campaign’s last 100 days from Temple University

Hillary Clinton kicked off her general election campaign Friday in Philadelphia by comparing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to a king, while she argued the historic nature of her candidacy showed the goodness and potential of America.


Three workers not exposed to internal radiation at DOE site, contractor says

A cleanup contractor says three Idaho workers involved in a radiological incident at a U.S. Department of Energy site earlier this year did not receive internal exposure.


Idaho deputies who shot, killed rancher won’t face charges

Two sheriff’s deputies will not face criminal charges for shooting and killing an armed rancher in a confrontation about putting down a bull that was injured in a car crash and threatened emergency officials, the Idaho attorney general said Friday.


Pence says campaign might stop banning news outlets

Donald Trump’s running mate is saying that the Republican presidential campaign might lift its ban of certain media outlets from campaign events.


Court blocks ‘discriminatory’ North Carolina voter ID law

A federal appeals court has found that a North Carolina voter ID law was enacted “with discriminatory intent” and must be blocked.


FACT CHECK: Trump’s misreading of Iran deal

Donald Trump entertained an Iowa audience Thursday with an animated account of how he would have wrung a better nuclear deal out of Iran if he’d been president when it was negotiated. But there was more fable than fact in his story.


FACT CHECK: Misfires in Hillary Clinton’s speech

In her speech accepting the Democratic nomination, Hillary Clinton wrongly implied Donald Trump has proposed banning Islam in America and sketched out a plan for defeating Islamic State militants that merely mirrors what the U.S. is already trying to do.


Clinton’s pledge: Steady hand at ‘moment of reckoning’

Promising Americans a steady hand, Hillary Clinton cast herself Thursday night as a unifier for divided times, an experienced leader steeled for a volatile world. She aggressively challenged Republican Donald Trump’s ability to do the same.



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