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bigstory.ap.org — DENVER (AP) - In a bitter fight, Colorado Democrats recently muscled through the Statehouse a massive elections reform bill that allows voters to register up until Election Day and still cast their ballots.It's the latest - and most substantial - development in a nationwide Democratic Party effort to strike back at two years of Republican success in passing measures to require identification at polling places and purge rolls of suspect voters.Democratic-controlled states like California, Connecticut and Maryland also all have sought to make it easier to cast a ballot as late as possible.
m.apnews.com — The bear weighed between 150 and 200 pounds. State wildlife division spokesman Michael Serpahin says a wildlife officer and firefighters put a harness around it. Then they lowered the bear to the ground as it dangled from the ladder.
bigstory.ap.org — ANKARA, Turkey (AP) - A hot air balloon collided with another balloon mid-air during a sightseeing tour of volcanic rock formations in Turkey and crashed to the ground on Monday, killing two Brazilian tourists and injuring 23 other people on board, officials said.The accident occurred above central Turkey's Cappadocia region,
m.apnews.com — MARY CLARE JALONICK Published: Today In this photo taken April 3, 2013, nutrition scholar Prof. Barry Popkin, head of the University of North Carolina Food Research Program, points to an ingredient label while discussing his study, what foods Americans are purchasing in stores and eating, in his office at UNC-Chapel Hill.
2 FBI agents killed Friday during training accident off the coast of Virginia Beach, FBI spokesperson says - @NBCNewsbreakingnews.com — 2 FBI Special Agents were killed Friday during a training exercise off the coast of Virginia Beach, Virginia, FBI spokesperson says - @NBCNews
huffingtonpost.com — WASHINGTON -- The president and CEO of The Associated Press says the government's seizure of AP journalists' phone records was "unconstitutional" and already has had a chilling effect on newsgathering. Gary Pruitt says the Justice Department's secret subpoena of reporters' phone records has made sources less willing to talk to AP journalists.
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