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FILE - In this April 9, 2016, file photo, hundreds of abortion rights supporters gather at the Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis to protest an anti-abortion law signed by Gov. Mike Pence, that is among the most restrictive in the U.S. U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt has said she will issue a ruling before Friday, July 1, when the law adopted this year by the GOP-dominated Legislature is set to take effect. (Mykal McEldowney/The Indianapolis Star via AP, File)
Federal judge blocks Indiana abortion lawA federal judge has blocked a new Indiana law that bans abortions sought because of a fetus' genetic abnormalities
The Associated Press16 minutes ago
Child porn found on phone of man who filmed fight with copConnecticut police looking at cellphone video taken by a man who said he recorded an officer assaulting him say it actually shows him assaulting the officer
The Associated Press26 minutes ago
N. Carolina sheriff: No sign of hate crime in woman's deathA North Carolina sheriff says there is no indication a Laotian woman was a victim of a hate crime when she was shot and killed in her rice garden
The Associated Press28 minutes ago
FILE - In this March 19, 2014, file photo, Kelli Jo Griffin appears in court in Keokuk, Iowa. On Thursday, June 30, 2016, the Iowa Supreme Court ruled that felons automatically lose their voting rights for life in Iowa. The decision declined to restore suffrage to thousands of former offenders. The court turned away a legal challenge filed by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of Griffin, who lost her voting rights after being convicted of a nonviolent drug offense. The group argued that felons like Griffin had not committed "infamous crimes" and therefore should not be disenfranchised. (John Gaines/The Hawk Eye via AP, File)
Iowa Supreme Court upholds ban on voting rights for felonsThe Iowa Supreme Court has upheld the state's longstanding policy of barring felons from voting unless their rights are restored by the governor
The Associated Press30 minutes ago
Medical personnel are escorted out of the Malcolm Grow Medical facility on Andrews AFB in Morningside, Md., when the base wasplaced on lockdown about 9 a.m. after an active shooter was reported, Thursday, June 30, 2016. Officials say reports of an active shooter at the military post stemmed from someone who made a distress call Thursday after seeing security forces doing a routine inspection.   (Linda Davidson/The Washington Post via AP) /The Washington Post via AP)  WASHINGTON TIMES OUT; NEW YORK TIMES OUT;THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER AND USA TODAY OUT; MAGS OUT; NO SALES; MANDATORY CREDIT
'Active shooter' report at military base was false alarmThe military base outside Washington where the presidential plane Air Force One is stationed was temporarily locked down after an "active shooter" report that turned out to be a false alarm
The Associated Press30 minutes ago

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