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AP FACT CHECK: Trump Falsely Claims Credit on NATO Spending

AP FACT CHECK: Trump Falsely Claims Credit on NATO Spending

By Anne Flaherty | Jul 13
President Donald Trump took credit Thursday for a supposed new decision by NATO members to increase military spending, though there was no evidence of that.

Shouting, Insults as FBI Agent Faces Angry Republicans

Shouting, Insults as FBI Agent Faces Angry Republicans

By Eric Tucker and Mary Clare Jalonick | Jul 13
The hearing exposed clear partisan divides in the House judiciary and oversight committees, as Democrats accused Republicans of trying to divert attention from Trump's ties to Russia by excessively focusing on Strzok.

Texas Professors Seek to Revive Campus Carry Law Challenge

Texas Professors Seek to Revive Campus Carry Law Challenge

By Kevin McGill | Jul 12
Attorneys for three University of Texas professors were set to ask a federal appeals court Wednesday to revive their lawsuit against a law allowing people with concealed-handgun licenses to carry weapons on public campuses.

Hawaii Supreme Court Sides with Lesbian Couple in B&B Case

Hawaii Supreme Court Sides with Lesbian Couple in B&B Case

By Audrey McAvoy | Jul 12
A Hawaii appeals court ruling that a bed and breakfast discriminated by denying a room to two women because they're gay will stand after the state's high court declined to take up the case.

Nevada Execution Delayed Indefinitely After Ruling on Drug

Nevada Execution Delayed Indefinitely After Ruling on Drug

By Ken Ritter and Michelle L. Price | Jul 12
A state trying to execute its first inmate in 12 years using an untested combination of drugs is heading back to planning stages, and a twice-convicted killer who wants to die will return to death row.

Steady Drum of Trump's Anti-Germany Remarks Raises Questions

Steady Drum of Trump's Anti-Germany Remarks Raises Questions

By David Rising | Jul 11
The steady drum of anti-German rhetoric from the United States, one of the country's traditionally closest friends, has people wondering whether to get ready for a messy breakup.

Supreme Court Enjoys Relatively High Public Confidence

Supreme Court Enjoys Relatively High Public Confidence

By Hannah Fingerhut | Jul 11
The next Supreme Court justice will join the bench at a time when the public has more confidence in the high court than in Congress or the presidency.

Nevada Execution in Doubt After Drug Company Sues to Stop it

Nevada Execution in Doubt After Drug Company Sues to Stop it

By Ken Ritter | Jul 11
A twice-convicted killer scheduled to be executed Wednesday night in Nevada by an untried three-drug lethal injection is steadfast in his desire to be put to death, but a final-hour lawsuit by a drug company could halt the execution.

Hunger, Fear, Desperation: What Came of an Ordinary ICE Raid

Hunger, Fear, Desperation: What Came of an Ordinary ICE Raid

By Nomaan Merchant | Jul 10
It had taken a decade for Brandon Tomas Tomas to establish a life in America: a wife, a steady job and five American-born children. It took 20 seconds for that life to be taken away.

U.S., Europe Clamp Down on Migration Even as Arrivals Drop

U.S., Europe Clamp Down on Migration Even as Arrivals Drop

By Karl Ritter | Jul 10
As NATO allies convene, one issue not on their formal agenda but never far from their thoughts is immigration - even though illegal border crossings are decreasing on both sides of the Atlantic.

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