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US appeals court rules medical pot cardholders can be denied guns

A federal appeals court on Wednesday upheld federal regulations that prevented a woman with a medical marijuana card from buying a firearm in Nevada, in a ruling that cited the government's interest in preventing gun violence.

Saudi Arabia says it won't flood oil market before OPEC meeting

Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest oil exporter, won't boost output to capacity and flood the market, the kingdom's Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih said as OPEC members plan to meet next month to discuss ways to stabilize crude prices.

Washington state begins killing wolf pack for preying on livestock

Wildlife agents authorized to eradicate a group of 11 wolves for repeated attacks on cattle in Washington state have hunted down and killed six animals from the condemned pack and are searching for the rest, a state game official said on Monday.

Trump heads to Mexico looking to shake up presidential race

Donald Trump will travel to Mexico on Wednesday for a private meeting with President Enrique Peña Nieto, the same day Trump plans to deliver a speech on immigration in Phoenix.

Getting better data on which drugs are killing people

Eighty-one percent of all death certificates for a drug overdose listed the drugs involved. That number has grown in the last five years as states have stepped up efforts to include more details about overdoses to help develop strategies for quelling the opioid epidemic.

Trump to visit Mexico hours before speech on immigration

Donald Trump will visit Mexico on Wednesday to speak with President Enrique Peña Nieto, a trip that will take him to a nation he has repeatedly scorned as a candidate.

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