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    9th Circuit ends California ban on high-capacity magazines

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (August 14, 2020) — A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday threw out California's ban on high-capacity ammunition magazines, saying the law violates the U.S. Constitution's protection of the right to bear firearms.

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    3 Mississippi police officers facing murder charges

    JACKSON, Miss. (August 14, 2020) — Three Mississippi police officers have been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a black man last year, according to a recently unsealed indictment.

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    Ex-FBI lawyer to plead guilty to lying in Russia probe

    WASHINGTON (August 14, 2020) — A former FBI lawyer plans to plead guilty to making a false statement in the first criminal case arising from U.S. Attorney John Durham's investigation into whether the Obama Justice Department sought to undermine the newly elected Trump administration in late 2016.

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    Federal judge upholds New York's COVID quarantine

    UTICA, N.Y. (August 14, 2020) — A federal judge threw out a lawsuit by an Arizona woman who claimed New York’s 14-day quarantine requirement for travelers from hotspot coronavirus states infringed on her “fundamental right to travel.”

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    US retail sales rise for 3rd month

    WASHINGTON (August 14, 2020) — Americans spent more at retail stores and restaurants in July for a third straight month.

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    Iran, Turkey lash out at UAE over agreement with Israel

    JERUSALEM (August 14, 2020) — Iran and Turkey lashed out at their regional rival the United Arab Emirates on Friday over its decision to normalize diplomatic relations with Israel, accusing it of betraying the Palestinian cause, even as much of the international community welcomed the move.

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    Trump denounces Biden call for mask mandate

    WILMINGTON, Del. (August 14, 2020) — President Donald Trump is attacking Joe Biden for calling on all Americans to be forced to wear masks outdoors for at least the next three months.

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    More US churches sue to challenge COVID-19 restrictions

    LOS ANGELES (August 13, 2020) -- Churches in California and Minnesota, backed by a conservative legal group, filed lawsuits this week against the governors of their states challenging restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus outbreak that they contend are violations of religious liberty.

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