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Judge blocks more video releases by anti-abortion group behind Planned Parenthood recordingsJudge blocks more video releases by anti-abortion group behind Planned Parenthood recordings
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Some Alaska Natives allowed visa-free travel to Russian areaSome Alaska Natives no longer need visa to visit Russian region; Bering Strait splits families
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In this photo taken Monday, July 27, 2015, server Zachary DeYoung carries a tray of food at an Ivar's restaurant in Seattle. After Seattle's new minimum wage law took effect last April 1, Ivar’s Seafood Restaurants announced that it was jacking up its prices by about 21 percent, eliminating tipping as a routine procedure, and immediately paying all its hourly workers a $15 per hour. They began the new pay rate three years earlier than the law required. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
Higher wages a surprising success for Seattle restaurantSeattle restaurant succeeds with $15 minimum wage, but broader effects of pay law uncertain
The Associated Press48 minutes ago
FILE- In this Dec. 28, 1981, file photo, Dr. Fred Wirth, left, talks during a news conference as Dr. Howard Jones listens during an announcement of the birth of Elizabeth Carr in Norfolk, Va. Elizabeth is the first baby in the United States born as a result of in vitro fertilization. Jones, who pioneered in vitro fertilization in the United States died Friday, July 31, 2015. He was 104. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File)
Doctor who was father of in vitro fertilization in US diesDr. Howard Jones, father of in vitro fertilization in US, dies at age 104
The Associated Press49 minutes ago
Former Illinois Congressman Mel Reynolds talks on his cell phone as he leaves federal court in Chicago, Thursday, July 30, 2015, after pleading not guilty to federal tax charges. Reynolds, with no home of his own, is scrambling to find a place to stay after prosecutors told the hearing that restrictions on sexual offenders should apply to the Chicago Democrat. Reynold's resigned from Congress in 1995 after being convicted of statutory rape. The housing issues arose when the hearing moved to questions about bond. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
Judge approves place for Mel Reynolds to stay while on bondJudge approves place for former US Rep. Mel Reynolds to stay while out on bond
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