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Newcomer hopes for upset in race for Arizona's US House seat
A Democratic newcomer is looking to pull off an upset victory for an open U.S. House seat in Arizona that has been held by Republicans since the early 1980s
Man who disarmed Waffle House shooter hailed by lawmakers
A man who disarmed a gunman accused of killing four people at a Nashville Waffle House has received a standing ovation from Tennessee lawmakers
The Latest: White House defends Veterans Affairs nominee
The White House is defending embattled Veterans Affairs nominee Ronny Jackson, pointing to his record of service as physician to Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump
The Latest: Pacific admiral considered for South Korea post
The Trump administration is considering nominating the commander of U.S. forces in the Pacific, Adm. Harry Harris, to fill the long-vacant ambassadorship to South Korea
Waffle House gunman's troubles began years before attack
Waffle House gunman's erratic behavior began years before Tennessee restaurant attack
The Latest: Guests arriving for state dinner at White House
Guests are arriving for the White House state dinner honoring the French president
The Latest: Colorado woman urged FBI to 'hold on' to suspect
A co-owner of a Colorado crane company says she urged federal officials to keep Travis Reinking in custody after he was arrested at the White House last year.
Sinclair Broadcast Group to sell 9 TV stations for $441.7M
Sinclair Broadcast Group has agreed to sell 9 TV stations to Standard Media Group for $441.7 million as part of its plan to meet regulatory approval for its planned $3.9 billion acquisition of Tribune Media
Arizona special election: Polls are open
Democrats and Republicans are watching the Arizona special election for signs of their political standing leading into the November midterms. A Democratic loss by a single digit will be seen by that party as a "symbolic victory" and as evidence that enthusiasm remains strong. However, Republicans