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Divided UK, Inconclusive Election Could Put Brakes on Brexit

Divided UK, Inconclusive Election Could Put Brakes on Brexit

By Jill Lawless | Jul 25
Lucy Harris thinks Britain's decision to leave the European Union is a dream come true. Nick Hopkinson thinks it's a nightmare. Many on both sides of the divide had assumed the picture would be clearer by now. But the road to Brexit has not run smoothly.

UK Brexit Minister: Progress Made in Talks on Citizen Rights

UK Brexit Minister: Progress Made in Talks on Citizen Rights

Jul 25
Britain's Brexit minister said on Tuesday that progress has been made in talks on the rights of citizens living in each other's nations once the country leaves the European Union.

Judge Clears Way for Trump Commission to Collect Voter Data

Judge Clears Way for Trump Commission to Collect Voter Data

By Holly Ramer and Kevin Freking | Jul 25
A federal judge on Monday cleared the way for President Donald Trump's commission on election fraud to resume collecting detailed voter roll information from the states.

GOP Health Bill Still a Mystery Before Planned Vote

GOP Health Bill Still a Mystery Before Planned Vote

By Hope Yen | Jul 24
The Senate will move forward with a key vote this week on a Republican health bill but it's not yet known whether the legislation will seek to replace President Barack Obama's health care law or simply repeal it.

Teachers Union Chief: School Choice Rooted in Segregation

Teachers Union Chief: School Choice Rooted in Segregation

By Maria Danilova | Jul 24
The head of one of the country's leading teachers' unions charged Thursday that school choice, a key policy agenda of the Trump administration, is rooted in segregation and racism.

Planning Panel OKs Sunset Pot Dispensary in SF

Planning Panel OKs Sunset Pot Dispensary in SF

By Sari Staver | Jul 23
The Apothecarium is moving full speed ahead to open a new medical marijuana dispensary in the Sunset, following the July 13 San Francisco Planning Commission vote approving its proposal.

Trump Administration Pulls Health Law Help in 18 Cities

Trump Administration Pulls Health Law Help in 18 Cities

By Carla K. Johnson | Jul 23
President Donald Trump's administration has ended Affordable Care Act contracts that brought assistance into libraries, businesses and urban neighborhoods in 18 cities

AP Explains: What Are Trump's Options in Venezuela?

AP Explains: What Are Trump's Options in Venezuela?

By Michael Weissenstein | Jul 23
The Trump administration is threatening to take "strong and swift economic actions" if Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro proceeds with his plan to rewrite the nation's constitution.

Weed Killer Turns Neighbor Against Neighbor in Farm Country

Weed Killer Turns Neighbor Against Neighbor in Farm Country

By Andrew DeMillo | Jul 22
A longtime Arkansas soybean farmer, Mike Wallace thought of his neighbors as a community and always was willing to lend a hand if they faced any hardships with their crops.

Analysis: Congressional GOP Coming to Grips with Failure

Analysis: Congressional GOP Coming to Grips with Failure

By Erica Werner | Jul 21
A brutal reality is settling over Capitol Hill: The Republican effort to repeal and replace "Obamacare," which has consumed the first six months of the Trump administration, may never yield results.

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