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Baltimore homicide uptick: Anti-crime partnership launchedBALTIMORE (AP) ? Baltimore police and civic leaders launched a partnership Monday with five federal agencies that will embed their special agents with city homicide detectives, bidding to quell an upswing in homicides and other violent crime in that city.
Head of US Capitol Police to step down in JanuaryWASHINGTON (AP) ? The chief of the U.S. Capitol Police is planning to retire in January.
Suspected killer of Memphis police officer in custodyBy Tim Ghianni NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Reuters) - A man suspected of fatally shooting a police officer in Memphis over the weekend turned himself into police on Monday after an extensive manhunt and being placed on the state's most-wanted fugitives list, the sheriff's office said. Tremaine Wilbourn is suspected of shooting Officer Sean Bolton, 33, multiple times during a scuffle after the officer pulled up to a parked car and apparently interrupted a drug deal, Memphis police said. The Shelby County Sheriff's Office said on its Twitter feed that Wilbourn was in custody. ...
Senate blocks GOP bill to halt Planned Parenthood fed funds

FILE - In this Jan. 8, 2015 file photo, Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va. speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington. Joe Manchin says he will back a Republican bill cutting off federal aid for Planned Parenthood. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The Senate blocked a Republican drive Monday to terminate federal funds for Planned Parenthood, setting the stage for the GOP to try again this fall amid higher stakes ? a potential government shutdown that could echo into next year's presidential and congressional elections.



5 things to know about the fight over Planned Parenthood

In this July 29, 2015, photo, Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, listens during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington to discuss Planned Parenthood. Republicans will likely lose the Aug. 3 Senate showdown over halting federal aid to Planned Parenthood. Yet the political offensive by abortion foes has just started, prompted by a batch of unsettling videos that has focused attention on the group?s little-noticed practice of providing fetal tissue to researchers. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)WASHINGTON (AP) ? Republicans lost Monday's Senate showdown over halting federal aid to Planned Parenthood. Yet the political offensive by abortion foes has just started, prompted by a batch of unsettling videos that has focused attention on the group's little-noticed practice of providing fetal tissue to researchers.



Wealthy conservatives cap Koch brothers weekend with pledges

FILE- In this May 22, 2012, file photo, Charles Koch speaks in his office at Koch Industries in Wichita, Kan. Koch, a billionaire industrialist, warned America is "done for" if the conservative donors and politicians he gathered at a retreat this weekend don't rally others to their cause of demanding a smaller, less-intrusive government. (Bo Rader/The Wichita Eagle via AP, File) LOCAL TELEVISION OUT; MAGS OUT; LOCAL RADIO OUT; LOCAL INTERNET OUT; MANDATORY CREDITDANA POINT, Calif. (AP) ? One by one, the wealthy conservative donors stood up Monday and pledged millions of dollars to the favorite causes of billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch.



Bill blocking Planned Parenthood funds fails in US Senate

Anti-abortion activists hold a rally opposing federal funding for Planned Parenthood in front of the US Capitol on July 28, 2015 in Washington, DCUS Senate Democrats on Monday blocked a deeply controversial measure aimed at halting all federal funding to the largest abortion provider in the nation. Planned Parenthood is described by its supporters as a vital supplier of health care services, including contraception, family planning, HIV prevention and cancer screenings for millions of women in the United States. The legislation was inspired by a secretly-recorded video released last month by anti-abortion activists, which depicted a Planned Parenthood official discussing the scientific research community's demand for fetal tissue, and the best abortion techniques for preserving certain organs.



Ex-con accused of killing police officer turns self in

This undated photo released by the Memphis Police Department shows Tremaine Wilbourn. According to authorities, Wilbourn is a suspect in the fatal shooting of Memphis Police Officer Sean Bolton during a traffic stop, Saturday, Aug. 1, 2015, in Memphis, Tenn. (Memphis Police Department via AP)MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) ? An ex-con accused of fatally shooting a police officer who interrupted a drug deal turned himself in Monday, ending an intensive two-day manhunt, a spokesman for a U.S. attorney said.



The Latest: GOP candidates face off in early-state forum

Moderator Jack Heath, center, rehearses with stand-in's before a forum for most of the major Republican candidates for president Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, in Manchester, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) ? The Republican Party's jam-packed presidential class faced off Monday night in New Hampshire, where more than a dozen White House hopefuls aim to warm up for the first full-fledged debate of the primary season.



Use of batboys and girls suspended after 9-year-old's death

In this Aug. 1, 2015, photo, Liberal?s Gavin Wehby holds Bee Jays batboy Kaiser Carlile moments after the 9-year-old was accidentally hit in the head during a National Baseball Congress World Series game in Wichita, Kan. Kaiser, who was wearing a helmet, was struck by a follow-through swing near the on-deck circle. He died on Sunday. (Earl Watt/Leader & Times via AP) MANDATORY CREDITKANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) ? The National Baseball Congress suspended using batboys and girls during its World Series games in Kansas following the death of a 9-year-old boy who was accidentally hit in the head with a bat during a game.