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State election offices trying to beef up security of voter rolls after they were targeted by hackers in 2016. By @AP_Christina @sarahzimm95. https://t.co/gwTPGSjrzn
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RT @APCentralRegion Billionaire J.B. Pritzker has given his campaign almost $70 million in an effort to win the Illinois Democratic primary for governor on Tuesday. That's more than Donald Trump spent to win the GOP presidential primary in 2016. https://t.co/vMbYnXfZWT
British police say 13 injured after man kicked out of nightclub returns to ram his car into people on the dance floor. https://t.co/02pCtLKjRy
Russian opposition candidate Ksenia Sobchak casts her ballot in presidential election; urges Putin critics to vote instead of boycotting. https://t.co/kLDBocCsTs
BREAKING: China's ceremonial legislature appoints Li Keqiang, No. 2 Communist Party leader, to second 5-year term as premier
China's ceremonial legislature has appointed the No. 2 Communist Party leader, Li Keqiang, to a second five-year term as premier. https://t.co/x7RfjNNkoi
Pentagon releases names of seven airmen killed in an HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopter crash in western Iraq. https://t.co/ryfyJwhHsj
President Trump says "The Fake News is beside themselves that McCabe was caught, called out and fired." https://t.co/8D5iDqNAWL
The Vatican bows to pressure, releases the complete letter by Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI about Pope Francis after coming under criticism for selectively citing it in a press release and digitally manipulating a photograph of it. https://t.co/a8te8BQ3IB
Shipwreck hunters find the remains of a schooner that sank in Lake Michigan in 1873. https://t.co/ndOhCKXeHN
BREAKING: US government investigating why air bags failed to inflate in some Hyundai and Kia cars, leading to four deaths.
BREAKING: Top overall seed Virginia routed by UMBC for NCAA Tournament's first win by 16-seed over a No. 1 in all-time hoops upset.
University of Maryland-Baltimore County pulls off the most shocking upset in NCAA Tournament history, defeating Virginia 74-54 to become the first No. 16 seed ever to beat a No. 1 seed. https://t.co/rU3bnYcTBq
Lamb, Saccone each could see primary contests in new congressional districts after fierce Pennsylvania election. https://t.co/d6x1eGVEXa
Here's an overview of Stephen Hawking's groundbreaking work from @michiganstateu. (News and analysis from university experts published by The Conversation. Distributed by AP.) https://t.co/4QotOBSNeD
Protesters win free-speech fight over St. Patrick's parade that VP Pence is taking part in. https://t.co/jQNT22B78P
BREAKING: Florida transportation officials: Engineer called 2 days before bridge collapse to report cracking at 1 end of span.
BREAKING: British police are investigating the death of a Russian businessman as a homicide. https://t.co/pQ6gSVh6La
BREAKING: UK foreign secretary says it's `overwhelmingly likely' nerve agent attack decision of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Latest: British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says it's "overwhelmingly likely" Russian President Putin ordered the use of a nerve agent against a former spy. https://t.co/dPPU7HmZqx
Mexican authorities issue an Amber Alert for a missing Pennsylvania teen and a 45-year-old man who signed her out of school, saying the pair is believed to be traveling through the country. https://t.co/DnojpoJc8g
California law regulating anti-abortion pregnancy centers leads to Supreme Court clash at intersection of abortion, free speech. https://t.co/ZbPM9K3jaC
BREAKING: Fire chief says 4 dead found at site of collapsed Florida pedestrian bridge, 9 taken to hospitals.
BREAKING: Man who killed his boss at a traveling carnival decades ago and later asked for death is executed in Alabama.
Miami-Dade fire chief says four people were found dead in rubble of collapsed bridge, nine people taken to hospitals. https://t.co/by7ksB7Ghy
Alabama has executed man convicted of strangling his boss to death in 2000. He later asked to be put to death. https://t.co/hosHDFTfUf
"Syria has been swallowed up:" Seven years on, the violence in Syria has accelerated and the country has never looked as helpless or fragmented. https://t.co/AB0S0BHARb
BREAKING: New pedestrian bridge collapses at Florida International University; vehicles struck underneath, injuries unclear.
A newly-installed pedestrian bridge collapses at Florida International University. Video shows vehicles crushed under the bridge. https://t.co/ocLIlMCOBD
BREAKING: Video shows several people being loaded into ambulances after a bridge collapsed at Florida International University.
Live television reports showed several people loaded onto ambulances immediately after the collapse. https://t.co/QY9X0ETmzs
Singer Katy Perry kissed a contestant on "American Idol" and he did not like it. https://t.co/omFsRkVt1G
BREAKING: In joint statement, US, UK, French and German leaders agree Russia was behind nerve agent attack on former spy.
The Latest: The leaders of the U.S., France, Germany and Britain say they are united in blaming Russia for a nerve agent attack on former spy Sergei Skripal. https://t.co/rs4A64GWoa
UPenn law professor removed from some classes after saying she'd never seen a black student graduate in the top 25% of the class. The school's dean says that is inaccurate. https://t.co/ejf98kkZU4
BREAKING: Oklahoma officials say nitrogen will be used for executions, making it first state to use the gas for capital punishment.
The Latest: Syrian state-run TV broadcasts footage of patients being evacuated from a besieged region outside the Syrian capital, part of a negotiated deal to allow critical cases out. https://t.co/4K2PYCnc0G
A producer of hit royal drama "The Crown" says Claire Foy, who played the central role of Queen Elizabeth II, was paid less than her on-screen husband. https://t.co/cfICVsY073
BREAKING: British prime minister May: Russian state is guilty of attempted murder of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter.
BREAKING: Theresa May: UK will expel 23 Russian diplomats over spy poisoning, biggest expulsion since Cold War.
“Homer can help you”: War veterans use ancient epics “The Iliad” and “The Odyssey” to cope with aftereffects of combat. https://t.co/xIIOeyTjT5