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North Dakota governor signs constitutional carry bill into law

- Republican Gov. Doug Burgum has signed legislation that will allow most adults to carry a hidden firearm without a permit.

1,800 retired football players sue NFL over painkillers

- NFL team doctors prescribed what averages out to approximately six or seven pain pills or injections per player per week over the course of the season.

‘Defeating ISIS No.1 US goal’: Tillerson at coalition summit

- "ISIS leader al-Baghdadi’s deputies are now dead. It’s only a matter of time before Baghdadi himself meets the same fate."

U.S. restricts carry-on electronics from 10 airports

- DHS imposed restrictions on carry-on electronic devices on flights coming to the U.S.; Britain implements similar restrictions...

More than 1.1 million borrowers defaulted on their federal student loans last year

- When taking a student loan, students should take out no more debt than their expected first year's salary out of college.

U.S. Soldiers Must Battle On—Without Burger King

- When the Army goes to Poland next month, unlike in Iraq and Afghanistan, there will be no Whoppers. No Subway. No Pizza Hut or caramel lattes.

Spring Break 2017

- It is Spring Break!  Postings will resume on Monday, March 20.  or...if you're not on Spring Break this week...

Illegal border crossings from Mexico down 40%

- "Since the administration's [move] to enforce immigration laws, [the number] is trending toward the lowest monthly total in at least the last five years."

Trump’s first full month in office brings massive employment boom

- "Businesses are anticipating a lot of good stuff – tax cuts, less regulation. They are hiring more aggressively."

U.S. starts deploying THAAD in South Korea after defiant North’s latest test

- In a phone call Tuesday, President Trump told Japan’s prime minister that the U.S. stood "100%" with Tokyo.