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Utah cities can adopt stricter campaign finance rules

Utah cities can adopt stricter campaign finance rules

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah Gov. Gary Herbert has approved a bill that will allow towns to adopt stricter campaign finance disclosure rules than the state.
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Second Body Recovered from New York City Building Collapse Site

Second Body Recovered from New York City Building Collapse Site

FDNY(NEW YORK) -- A second body was found Sunday at the site of a New York City building explosion and collapse, a city official told ABC News, shortly after New York City Police Department said the searchers looking for two people believed to be missing found a first body.

Identification of the body was pending, said the NYPD. The explosion, which happened Thursday afternoon, left 22 people in...

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Air Canada Plane Skids Off Halifax Runway; 23 Injured

Air Canada Plane Skids Off Halifax Runway; 23 Injured

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (HALIFAX, Nova Scotia) -- Twenty-three passengers and crew members on board an A320 Air Canada flight were hospitalized Sunday when the plane experienced a hard landing at the Halifax international airport.

The plane, incoming from Toronto, skidded off the runway upon landing early Sunday local time, said Halifax Stanfield International Airport spokesma...

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Oklahoma Reports First Case of Measles Since 1997

Oklahoma Reports First Case of Measles Since 1997

RidvanArda/iStock/Thinkstock(STILLWATER, Okla.) -- The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced on Friday the state had received the first confirmed measles case in Oklahoma since 1997.

Officials said the person is a spouse of an Oklahoma State University student who lives off-campus, and recently traveled out of the country.

State health officials are working with the Payne County Health ...

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Former American Apparel CEO Dov Charney Speaks Out for First Time Since Ouster

Former American Apparel CEO Dov Charney Speaks Out for First Time Since Ouster

ABC News(NEW YORK) -- For the first time since his ouster, former American Apparel CEO Dov Charney is talking publicly about being at war with the company he built and overcoming a reputation tarnished by allegations of sexual misconduct and mismanagement.

"I want everybody to know Im not 'the Sleaze King,'" Charney told ABC News' 20/20 in an exclusive interview. "'The Sleaze King' is another ...

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Indiana Gov. Mike Pence Says Controversial 'Religious Freedom' Law Won't Change

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence Says Controversial 'Religious Freedom' Law Won't Change

ABC News(INDIANAPOLIS) -- Indiana's controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act will not be changing despite critics saying it allows business owners to discriminate against members of the LGBT community, state Gov. Mike Pence said Sunday during an exclusive interview on ABC's This Week.

Pence described the media coverage and opposition to the law as "shameless rhetoric," saying it strength...

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