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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wants more flexibility in deciding whom to quarantine and why. But critics say the changes the agency has proposed raise civil liberties questions.

The Trump presidency's early days have been anything but uneventful. Trump voters in Algonquin, Ill., praise both the pace and content of his actions, from the travel ban to his Supreme Court nominee.

A ballot measure last fall targeted South Dakota's status as the only state that allowed lobbyists to give politicians unlimited and undisclosed gifts. Now lawmakers have voted to repeal the law.

A severe lack of housing on reservations forces many Native Americans to find rentals in nearby towns. But they still struggle to find places to live because of what they say is racial discrimination.

Legal expert Jeffrey Rosen says of the Supreme Court nominee: "If he thought that individual liberty was threatened by presidential or congressional overreaching, then he would step in."

Airlines employ people from all over the world, including staff from countries barred by Trump's immigration order. Now they're hurrying to reroute flight attendants who could be affected.

This week Defense Secretary James Mattis takes his first overseas trip, to South Korea and Japan. The U.S. allies are eager to hear what he has to say.

The iPhone is coming through for Apple following a year of slow sales. It looks like the iPhone 7 is a hit — despite some initial anger over its lack of a headphone jack.

The choice of the 49-year-old Denver federal appeals court judge fulfills an early campaign promise by Trump to nominate a solid conservative with a record of strictly interpreting the Constitution.

President Trump and Republican lawmakers say that letting insurers sell health plans across state lines would save money. But when Rhode Island tried it, the results weren't encouraging.




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