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Top CNS stories for today including the GOP-controlled House narrowly passing the Affordable Care Act repeal bill; New York’s high court says no to state judges collecting a pension and a salary if they stay on after hitting the statutory retirement age; an Oklahoma police union filing an ethics complaint against the Tulsa County District Attorney; a doctor’s fight for patient privacy hits California’s top court, and more.

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Top CNS stories for today including FBI Director James Comey telling the Senate Judiciary Committee he stands by his actions in the Clinton email probe; House Republicans lay into IRS and Department of Education officials over a security breach that compromised the tax data of roughly 100,000 people; restrictions of direct pharmaceutical promotion to physicians causing a surge in generic drug prescriptions; the LAPD finds fewer 911 calls by Latinos amid deportation fears, and more.

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Top CNS stories for today including California Democrats introducing the “world’s most ambitious” green energy goal; the Fourth Circuit affirming that residents of New Orleans’ Ninth Ward are entitled to compensation after years of living and working atop a Superfund site; the nation’s airlines being assailed on Capitol Hill for customer service woes; the European Union urges member states to reopen their borders, and more.

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Top CNS stories for today including a Venezuela oil dispute stumbling at the U.S. Supreme Court; a magistrate judge refuses to allow “alternative facts” to tar the reputation of the men wrongfully-convicted in the infamous Central Park jogger case; the D.C. Circuit refuses to reconsider its earlier ruling upholding federal net neutrality rules; a new study finds the middle class is expanding in parts of Europe, contracting in the U.S., and more.

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Top CNS stories for today including President Donald Trump ordering a review of Obama-era oil drilling rules; Attorney General Jeff Sessions visiting Long Island, N.Y. to take aim at gangs; a judge ruling the jury in Bill Cosby’s upcoming trial will hear his admission that he gave quaaludes to women he wanted to bed; a new polls shows Trump’s voters are largely satisfied with his first 100 days, and more.

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Top CNS stories for today including the Defense Department’s inspector general launching an investigation into former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s foreign payments; environmentalists urging the Environmental Protection Agency to address pollution in Lake Erie; President Donald Trump changing course on NAFTA; limits on California water suppliers being lifted after two years of epic drought, and more.

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Top CNS stories for today including the White House rolling out its tax code overhaul plan; the Supreme Court resounding with the sound of laughter as justices described scenarios in which white lies could mean big trouble for immigrants; a House committee hears talks of exoplanets and extraterrestrial life; a journalist known for his frequent use of the FOIA says he’s seen a big uptick in government secrecy under Trump, and more.

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Top CNS stories for today including top House members saying former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn likely broke federal disclosure laws; a blacklist of border-wall contractors is advancing in the California Senate; the University of California claims a group of physicians defrauded students’ self-funded health care benefit plan of $12 million; a Chesapeake Bay group calls President Donald Trump a threat, and more.

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Top CNS stories for today including Ocwen Financial facing a slew of claims over wrongful foreclosures, and deceptive, unfair and incompetent debt collection; former President Barack Obama returns to the spotlight for a civics forum in Chicago; the first-ever March for Science bows in Washington D.C.; the Supreme Court blasts the use of one-stop-shop experts in Alabama, and more.

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Top CNS stories for today including a Russian accused of running spam ring is indicted in US; a three-judge panel finding Republican-controlled Texas Legislature intentionally gerrymandered district maps in 2011 to disadvantage minority voters; the DOJ eyes criminal charges for WikiLeaks members; scientists say reef decay leaves coastal cities at risk from waves, and more.

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Top CNS stories for today including the Environmental Protection Agency asking an appeals court to delay pending toxic chemical emissions for chemical companies; former Fox News rivals preparing to square off in court; environmental groups told they cannot join the federal government to defend an Obama-era seafood rule; the judge who oversaw the Trump U lawsuit being assigned to hear a lawsuit filed by the first “dreamer” deported by the Trump administration, and more.

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Top CNS stories for today including Missouri stumbling before the Supreme Court in a huge Establishment Clause case; Fox News severing ties with Bill O’Reilly after multiple sexual harassment claim settlements come to light; an audit finds widespread fraud abounds in California’s disabled-parking program; researchers find a human-germ hybrid fights drug-resistant bacteria, and more.

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Top CNS stories for today including the leader of California’s secessionist movement dropping his petition drive and says he’s moving to Russia; conservatives suing the FBI to get info on the former British spy who prepared a salacious dossier on President Donald Trump’s ties to Russia; a California appeals upholding the right of a small all-male college to admit women; a federal judge in the bribery trial of a Dallas county commissioner warned prosecutors she will probably dismiss most of the charges in the case even if the jury convicts him, and more.

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