State legislators approve a late-night deal to repeal the law, sending it to the governor's desk.
Environmental groups say the potential harm to land, air, water and wildlife has been underplayed.
The Pentagon said the White House had approved its request for "additional precision fired".
US Vice-President Mike Pence won't dine alone with any woman who is not his wife - noble or sexist?
Residents who live on high enough ground have been told not to venture into the floods because of sharks and snakes in the water.
Connecticut's Dannel Malloy offers help to undocumented parents with children who are US citizens.
Corey Hancock, 41, spotted the malnourished bear lying on his back alone while hiking in Oregon.
A judge finds the former speaker of the lower house guilty of corruption and money laundering.
The attack comes after police reportedly shot cattle that had invaded Kuki Gallmann's land.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel gives an impassioned speech about the future of the European Union.
The violence is part of an escalation of suspected jihadist violence in recent weeks.
A food seasoning manufacturer in Ghana has built a table which has been recognised by Guinness World Records as the longest in the world.
Posters were seen at Stanton College which identified types of dress worn by 'good girls' and 'bad girls'.
A group of migrant workers who were shot at by their employer after demanding pay win their case.
US First Daughter Ivanka Trump has joined her father's administration in an official capacity.
Initial talks must focus on rights of citizens in each other's territory, President Hollande adds.
The BBC's Vikas Pandey visits a community of butchers affected by the crackdown on meat shops.
Estonian police cars will carry teddy bears to comfort children at scene of incidents.
Emanuel Santos says his statue of the football player unveiled in Madeira is "a matter of taste".
Privacy campaigners plan to buy, then sell, US politicians' internet browsing histories.
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