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 By JOHN HANNA    Regional    June 9, 2023

Kansas governor picks high-ranking DEA official to take over embattled highway patrol

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas governor chose a high-ranking U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration official Friday to head the state highway patrol, replacing a retiring superintendent who is facing federal lawsuits over the agency's policing and alle...

 

Donald Trump stored, showed off and refused to return classified documents, indictment says

MIAMI (AP) — Donald Trump improperly stored in his Florida estate sensitive documents on nuclear capabilities, repeatedly enlisted aides and lawyers to help him hide records demanded by investigators and cavalierly showed off a Pentagon "plan of a...

 

With GM and Ford embracing Tesla's EV charging technology, here's what it means for consumers

DETROIT (AP) — Starting next year, owners of electric vehicles made by General Motors and Ford will be able to charge their EVs at many of Tesla's charging stations, the largest such network in the country. As part of their move, both Detroit-area a...

 

Florida's 'Dr. Deep' resurfaces after a record 100 days living underwater

KEY LARGO, Fla. (AP) — A university professor who spent 100 days living underwater at a Florida Keys lodge for scuba divers resurfaced Friday and raised his face to the sun for the first time since March 1. Dr. Joseph Dituri set a new record for t...

 

Mexico sets new work-from-home rules, including that employers pay internet

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico's Labor Department issued new rules Friday requiring employers to pay for internet and provide ergonomic chairs for employees working from home. The new rules also mandate a "right to disconnect" for employees who work at le...

 

Businessman linked to Texas AG Ken Paxton's impeachment charged with lying to get $172M in loans

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A Texas businessman at the center of the scandal that led to the historic impeachment of state Attorney General Ken Paxton was charged Friday with making false statements to mortgage lenders to obtain $172 million in loans. T...

 

White House says Iran is helping Russia build a drone factory east of Moscow for the war in Ukraine

WASHINGTON (AP) — Iran is providing Russia with materials to build a drone manufacturing plant east of Moscow as the Kremlin looks to lock in a steady supply of weaponry for its ongoing invasion of Ukraine, according to a U.S. intelligence finding r...

 

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