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Iowans John Olsen (left) and Mark Cooper compete Thursday to be the first to drop a ballot into the box in Des Moines on the first day of early voting in the state.

PHOTO BY CHARLIE NEIBERGALL / AP
Iowans John Olsen (left) and Mark Cooper compete Thursday to be the first to drop a ballot into the box in Des Moines on the first day of early voting in the state.

premiumTrump fixes on Bill's scandals

BEDFORD, N.H. -- Donald Trump on Thursday resurrected Bill Clinton's impeachment, adding the former president's infidelities to the 2016 campaign. Trump warned voters in New Hampshire that a Hillary Clinton victory would revive her husband's sex scandal at the White House. "The American people...

Funding order backs Planned Parenthood

The state must resume providing Medicaid funding for all patients who are insured by Medicaid and use Planned Parenthood services in Arkansas, U.S. District Judge Kristine Baker declared Thursday.

Trump fixes on Bill's scandals

BEDFORD, N.H. -- Donald Trump on Thursday resurrected Bill Clinton's impeachment, adding the former president's infidelities to the 2016 campaign. Trump warned voters in New Hampshire that a Hillary Clinton victory would revive her husband's sex scandal at the White House.

Russia refuses to budge on Syria

The Russian government vowed Thursday to continue its operations in Syria, dismissing U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's threat to cut off talks if the bombardment of Aleppo continued.

Arkansas agency backs health insurer's bid for smaller rate rise

The Arkansas Insurance Department has recommended approval of a request by QualChoice Health Insurance to increase the rates for plans offered by the company on the state's insurance exchange by less than the amount the department approved last month, a department spokesman said Wednesday.

VIDEO: HBO host John Oliver condemns Arkansas representative for 2013 bill

When John Oliver spent 20 minutes Sunday lambasting debt-buying companies on his show, "Last Week Tonight," an Arkansas lawmaker found himself briefly in the crosshairs.

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