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California withdraws immigrant health care requestSACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) ? California officials on Wednesday withdrew their request to sell unsubsidized insurance policies to people who can't prove they're legally in the United States after learning the decision would fall to President-elect Donald Trump's administration.
Suspect in Florida officer's killing released from hospital

Markeith Loyd is transported from the Orlando Police headquarters to Orlando Regional Medical Center after being captured earlier in the evening in Orlando, Fla., Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017. The suspect in the fatal shooting of an Orlando police officer was captured Tuesday night after eluding a massive manhunt for more than a week, authorities said. (Red Huber/Orlando Sentinel via AP)ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) ? Authorities asked the courts on Wednesday to deny bond for the suspect in last week's fatal shooting of an Orlando police officer as he was hospitalized for most of the day with injuries he got during his arrest.



Factbox: Trump fills top jobs for his administration(Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will name former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue as his nominee for secretary of agriculture on Thursday, a senior transition official said on Wednesday. Here is a list of Republican Trump's selections for top jobs in his administration. NOTE: Senate confirmation is required for all the posts except national security adviser and White House posts.
The pink 'pussyhat': symbol of challenge to Trump

A group gathers at Knitty City in New York on January 17, 2017 to make pink Pussyhats in preparation for protests for women's rights following the election of Donald TrumpNew York actress Wendy Peace is learning to knit for the first time -- for a cause. More than 60,000 hats have already been made for the Women's March planned the day after Trump's inauguration in the nation's capital, with thousands more on the way. The PussyHat Project all began when two California women went online to post a knitting pattern for a "unique collective visual statement" for the march, which is being attended by the likes of Katy Perry, Julianne Moore and Cher.



President-elect Donald Trump escalates Tom Ford fashion dis

FILE - In this Dec. 11, 2016 file photo, Tom Ford arrives at the 22nd annual Critics' Choice Awards in Santa Monica, Calif. The Wynn Las Vegas hotel has stopped selling Tom Ford cosmetics and sunglasses and President-elect Donald Trump declared on television it's because of the designer's dis over dressing his wife, Melania. Trump said in an interview that aired Tuesday night, Jan. 17, 2017, on the Fox News Channel's "Fox & Friends" that hotel owner Steve Wynn "said he thought it was so terrible what Tom Ford said, that he threw his clothing out of his Las Vegas hotel." (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)The Wynn Las Vegas hotel has stopped selling Tom Ford cosmetics and sunglasses and President-elect Donald Trump declared on television it is because of the designer's dis over dressing his wife, Melania.



The Latest: Trump fetes VP, Cabinet picks at DC dinners

Buttons for sale are posted as preparations continue for Friday's inauguration of Donald Trump in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017.(AP Photo/Matt Rourke)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The Latest on President-elect Donald Trump (all times EST):



10 Things to Know for Thursday

Senate Environment and Public Works Committee member Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. questions Environmental Protection Agency Administrator-designate, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017, during the committee's confirmation hearing for Pruitt. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:



Exclusive: Pentagon, Lockheed near deal on $9 billion F-35 contract - sources

Handout photo of three F-35 Joint Strike Fighters flying over Edwards Air Force BaseThe U.S. Department of Defense and Lockheed Martin Corp are close to deal for a contract worth almost $9 billion as negotiations are poised to bring the price per F-35 below $100 million for the first time, people familiar with the talks said Wednesday. The F-35, the Pentagon's costliest arms program, has drawn fire from U.S. President-elect Donald Trump who has made lowering prices for military equipment a pillar of his transition into office. A Lockheed representative declined to comment and a representative for the fighter program said negotiations are ongoing.



AP Source: Trump picks former Ga. Gov. Perdue to lead USDA

FILE- In this Nov. 30, 2016, file photo, former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue smiles as he waits for an elevator in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York. A person familiar with the decision says President-elect Donald Trump has chosen Perdue to serve as agriculture secretary. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)WASHINGTON (AP) ? President-elect Donald Trump intends to nominate former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue to serve as agriculture secretary, according to a person familiar with the decision but not authorized to speak publicly before it is announced.



Media girds for battle with Trump White House

Members of the media attend the unveiling of the new wax figurine of President-elect Donald Trump (L) at Madame TussaudŐs wax museum in Washington, DCDonald Trump and the media are digging in for what could be a long and bitter war. The president-elect, whose spent much of his campaign at loggerheads with the mainstream press, has been sharpening his attacks, and the news media is bracing for what some see as a looming campaign of intimidation. While many US presidents have had strained relations with the media, Trump has made maligning the press a core element of his message, foreshadowing a stormy relationship for the years to come.