Judge in Michigan blocks deportation of 100 Iraqis

By Dan Levine
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Appeals court overturns conviction of ‘Making a Murderer’ inmate

By Ian Simpson
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Minnesota will still engage with Cuba despite Trump setback

By Sarah Marsh | HAVANA HAVANA Minnesota’s government and businesses will continue to engage with Cuba in the areas they can, like agricultural trade, despite U.S. President Donald Trump’s partial rollback of the detente, Lieutenant Governor Tina S...
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Servicing issues may hamper U.S. student-loan forgiveness for thousands

By Lisa Lambert | WASHINGTON WASHINGTON Nurses, teachers and other public-sector workers expecting their outstanding student loans to soon disappear under a U.S. debt-forgiveness program could be in for a surprise, with a government report on Thursday showing ...
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Gunman gets four years in prison for storming D.C. pizzeria

By Gina Cherelus
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Court lifts injunction on Mississippi law seen as anti-LGBT

By Jon Herskovitz
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FCC proposes $120 million fine on Florida robocall scammer

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Missouri sues opioid manufacturers, joining two other U.S. states

By Nate Raymond
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Ohio county claims top spot in America’s opioid death spiral

By Linda So | DAYTON, Ohio DAYTON, Ohio Scott Weidle is struggling with the death of his son Daniel, who died from a heroin overdose 18 months ago, one day after Christmas. Daniel, who was 30 when he died, was...
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Most Americans say Republican healthcare plan will be harmful: Reuters/Ipsos poll

By Chris Kahn | NEW YORK NEW YORK When U.S. Senate Republicans unveil their plan to overhaul America’s healthcare system, they will face a skeptical public that already does not buy the justification for an earlier version that passed the...
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