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Judge rules Georgia can still use electronic voting machines despite concerns over hacking

- The current election system is "woefully inadequate and insecure."

Flooding prevents North Carolina storm evacuees from returning home

- "...It was hard to leave home, and it is even harder to wait and wonder whether you even have a home to go back to."

World #1 – South Korea bans coffee in schools

- The ban will apply across school premises, meaning everyone -- including teachers -- will be unable to buy caffeinated drinks.

Citing teen ‘epidemic’ FDA considers ban on flavored e-cigs

- Juul says flavored e-cigs aren’t aimed at teens.

Many battleground U.S. House districts see strong 2017 income growth

- How will the good economy affect the outcome of the midterm elections?

U.S. farmers scramble to harvest crops as hurricane looms

- Relocating animals in the storm zone is not an option..."Nobody would have the capacity to handle your animals."

9/11 terrorists still haven’t come to trial

- "We would just love to see justice served. That’s what we’re waiting for."

World #1 – SWEDEN: Major parties close in vote; right party gains momentum

- Emboldened by Britain's bold exit from the European Union in 2016, the Sweden Democrats are pushing for a "Swexit" referendum of their own.

Remembering 9/11 in 2018

- What do you know about 9/11?

Supreme Court upholds Ohio’s voter purge law

- "It was Congress’s judgment that a reasonable person with an interest in voting is not likely to ignore notice of this sort."