• Koch chief says health care bill insufficiently conservative

    COLORADO SPRING, Colo. (AP) — Chief lieutenants in the Koch brothers’ political network lashed out at the Senate Republican health care bill on Saturday as not conservative enough, becoming a powerful outside critic as GOP leaders try to rally support for their plan among rank-and-file Republicans.

  • Trump administration opposing bid for syphilis study museum

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — The Trump administration opposes a bid to use unclaimed money from a legal settlement over the government’s infamous Tuskegee syphilis study to fund a museum honoring victims of the research project.

  • Ferguson attorney: Brown family settlement $1.5 million

    ST. LOUIS (AP) — The $1.5 million awarded this week to the parents of Michael Brown is the latest of several large settlements involving killings of black people by police, but it’s far from the largest.

  • Detroit judge halts deportation of Iraqi Christians

    DETROIT (AP) — A judge on Thursday temporarily halted the deportation of more than 100 Iraqi Christians living in the Detroit area who fear torture and possible death if sent back to Iraq.

  • China to levy 100 percent tax on overseas soccer transfers

    BEIJING (AP) — China will effectively double the cost for its clubs to buy foreign soccer players in a move aimed at slowing the influx of overseas stars and encouraging homegrown talent.

  • Judge temporarily halts daily fantasy sports merger

    BOSTON (AP) — A federal judge has temporarily halted the planned merger between daily fantasy sports companies FanDuel and DraftKings.

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  • India’s shopkeepers scramble before tax changes take effect

    NEW DELHI (AP) — The daily bustle of tourists and shoppers has died down in an upscale market of central New Delhi, but one toy shop owner is still busy poring over the new Indian tax rules that take effect next month.

  • Supreme Court pushes Redskins’ name fight back to society

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Washington Redskins aren’t in the clear with their team name just yet, even after the Supreme Court ruled Monday that the government can’t block trademarks on the basis that they’re offensive.

  • Judge denies request to block funding tied to Detroit arena

    DETROIT (AP) — A federal judge has denied a request to block some public funding for Little Caesars Arena and the Detroit Pistons’ move from the suburbs.