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  1. Senate GOP health bill: Cut Medicaid, end no-coverage fines

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Senate Republicans would cut Medicaid, end penalties for people not buying insurance and erase a raft of tax increases as part of their long-awaited plan to scuttle President Barack Obama's health care law, congressional aides and lobbyists say.

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Officials underscore threat Russia posed in 2016 elections

Officials underscore threat Russia posed in 2016 elections

WASHINGTON -- U.S. officials sought Wednesday to underscore for lawmakers the threat Russia posed to the 2016 vote for the White House, outlining efforts to hack into election systems in 21 states and to fill the internet with misinformation during a divisive campaign season.

Canadian man charged in attack at airport in U.S.

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A Canadian man shouted in Arabic before stabbing a police officer in the neck Wednesday at a Michigan airport, and referenced people being killed overseas during the attack that's now being investigated as an act of terrorism, federal officials said.

Letter to the editor, June 22

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Congressman Burgess may be correct when he says that as yet there has been no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

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Red River Equine Summit set for Aug. 4-5 in Sanger

Red River Equine Summit set for Aug. 4-5 in Sanger

Top specialists, Ph.D.s and doctors of veterinarian medicine will be on hand to provide the latest information at the first Red River Equine Summit, scheduled for Friday-Saturday, Aug. 4-5 at Ridin' For The Brand Cowboy Church, 5926 FM455 in Sanger.

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Lake Dallas firing clear as mud

Lake Dallas firing clear as mud

What the hell is going on in Lake Dallas? After a long period of turmoil driven by petty political factionalism, it appeared city government had gotten its act together in the second half of 2016.