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Gay marriage license applications start in South Carolina

Updated: 10/08/2014 - A South Carolina court has approved a same-sex couple's application for a marriage license despite the state's constitutional ban against the practice and the attorney general's pledge to defend it.

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Changes in more than 20 NC laws begin Wednesday

Posted: 10/02/2014 - New North Carolina laws involving coal ash, specialty license plates and the regulation of alcoholic beverages are being implemented starting in October.

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Secret Service director quits amid security lapses

Updated: 10/01/2014 - The director of the Secret Service submitted her resignation after a series of embarrassing security lapses, including the revelation that an armed man came within inches of President Barack Obama in an elevator.

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McCrory legal bills hit $300,000 in Voter ID case

Updated: 09/30/2014 - Gov. McCrory's spokesman said the lawyer was hired after state Attorney General Roy Cooper last year opposed the changes and said he was "appalled" it was made law.

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Obama: US misjudged Iraqi army, militants' threat

Updated: 09/29/2014 - President Barack Obama is acknowledging that U.S. intelligence agencies underestimated the threat from Islamic State militants and overestimated the ability and will of Iraq's army to fight.

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North Korea willing to discuss human rights

Posted: 09/27/2014 - North Korea says it willing to cooperate with the U.N. and other international organizations on human rights, but is bristling at what it views as politicization of the issue by its arch enemy, the United States.

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Air strikes hit Islamic State in eastern Syria

Posted: 09/27/2014 - Air strikes, believed to have been carried out by U.S.-led forces, hit Islamic State and other Islamist groups in eastern Syria early on Saturday, a monitoring group said.

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Appeals court hears NC voter suppression case

Posted: 09/25/2014 - A federal appeals court is hearing arguments in a case challenging a new North Carolina voting law that critics say will suppress minority voter turnout in November.

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Eric Holder resigning as attorney general

Updated: 09/25/2014 - Eric Holder, the nation's first black attorney general, is resigning after six years, but will remain in office until a new attorney general is confirmed.

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