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DOJ urges Supreme Court to leave rejection of N.C. voter ID law in place

NC voter ID lawThe Justice Department has filed a brief with the Supreme Court endorsing an appellate court's decision to strike down a restrictive new voter identification law in North Carolina.

The law, passed by the state's Republican-led majority and signed by Republican Gov. Pat McCrory, requires voters to show one of several state photo IDs, most commonly a driver's license, before being granted access to the ballot. The law also reduced the length of early voting and the ability for someone to register to vote and cast an early ballot on the same day.

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Aly Raisman, Gabby Douglas make gymnastics history in comeback

Aly RaismanAly Raisman and Gabby Douglas weren’t seeking a told-you-so moment. The gold medals around their necks are satisfying enough, thank you.

But the gymnasts did hear the questions early in their comebacks, skepticism of trying for a second Olympics at their age.  Never mind that both are relatively young — Raisman is 22 and Douglas is 20. In gymnastics, and particularly in U.S. gymnastics, one Olympics is usually all the women get.

But the pair got not only a second Games but a second trip to the podium, becoming the first American gymnasts to be part of two gold-medal winning teams.

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Co-chair of Trump veterans' group pleads guilty in 2014 Bundy standoff

Trump veterans co-chair pleads guilty

A co-chair of a veterans’ group with Donald Trump’s campaign will plead guilty to federal charges for his role in Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s infamous 2014 armed standoff with the government, the first defendant in the conspiracy case to strike a deal before trial.

Gerald DeLemus, a New Hampshire activist who stepped up as a co-chair of the Trump for President Veteran’s Coalition last summer, is accused of being a “mid-level leader and organizer” in the conflict at the Bundy ranch in Bunkerville where rightwing activists faced off with federal officials in a dispute about grazing rights on public lands.

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Simone Biles, Aly Raisman win gold and silver in floor final

Simone Biles and Aly RaismanSimone Biles finished her Rio Olympics with a fifth Olympic medal, fourth gold. Putting yesterday's mistake on the balance beam behind her, Biles added to her three consecutive world titles on floor with an Olympic gold.

In today's floor exercise final, Biles was better than her best. On her tumbling passes, always high-flying, she got so much air that she seemed in danger of smacking her head on the rafters. She had no problem staying in control when it was time to come back down to earth, and her dance work to Brazilian-themed music, including a piece from the animated movie "Rio,"got the crowd roaring.

With a score of 15.966, Biles was untouchable. As usual.

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WikiLeaks, too, claims to have NSA code

Julian AssangeThe auction for an advanced, NSA-linked cyberweapon just became cheaper.

After a day of speculation over whether the previously unknown “Shadow Brokers” could really be auctioning off an authentic stolen copy of vaunted espionage group’s source code, WikiLeaks announced it would be releasing a free, “pristine” copy.

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Simone Biles Continues Her World Domination, Wins Third Gold Medal

Simone wins third gold medal

Simone Biles, fresh off gold medals in the team and all-around finals, continued her domination of the field today, as she and her teammates added three more medals to Team USA’s collection.

Biles, who won all-around gold on Thursday by a staggering margin of over 2 points, today won her signature event, the vault. With her win, she becomes only the third U.S. woman gymnast to win three gold medals; her teammates Gabby Douglas and Aly Raisman are the other two. Biles is also the first American woman to ever win gold on vault.

On bars, reigning world champion Madison Kocian won the silver, and for the men’s pommel horse event, Alex Naddour won the bronze.

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Simone Biles, Michael Phelps, and Simone Manuel make history at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Michael PhelpsOlympic history has been made ten times over at the 2016 Rio Games.

Michael Phelps has proven himself to be the greatest swimmer of all time — and perhaps the greatest athlete of all time. He’s broken so many records, including his own, in Rio that gold medal performances are expected.

We no longer have to wait with baited breath to see if Phelps will break the world record or come in first in his races, we assume he will.

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