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FILE - In this Oct. 6, 2015, file photo, Republican presidential candidate former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush reacts to a supporter during the Scott County Republican Party's Ronald Reagan Dinner in Davenport, Iowa. Bush is proposing to repeal and replace President Barack Obama's signature federal health care law. The former Florida governor released a two-page plan Oct. 12 to increase tax credits for individuals to buy coverage and give more power to states to regulate health insurance. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)

Bush offers plan to repeal, replace federal health care law

- Associated Press

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is proposing to repeal and replace President Barack Obama's health care law with one that would increase tax credits for individuals, allowing them to buy coverage protection against "high-cost medical events."

UC Berkeley says astronomer was appropriately disciplined

- Associated Press

The University of California at Berkeley defended its handling of sexual harassment complaints against a prominent astronomer amid accusations on campus and beyond that the professor was inadequately disciplined for inappropriate behavior with students.

Clinton, Sanders rivalry in spotlight as Democrats debate

- Associated Press

Hillary Rodham Clinton says she always expected tough competition in the Democratic presidential primary. It's likely she didn't expect it would come from Bernie Sanders, the rumpled independent senator from Vermont and a self-described democratic socialist calling for "political revolution."

Ohio church gives pizza driver big tip

Associated Press

A suburban Columbus church congregation ordered a pizza from Domino's during a service, then tipped driver more than $1,000 that had been collected for the offering.

Utah's House GOP to huddle for closed-door Medicaid vote

- Associated Press

The latest proposal to insure thousands of Utah's poor by expanding Medicaid will face a key closed-door vote Tuesday evening by Republicans in Utah's House of Representatives.

New Hampshire gets $160,000 in pharmacy kickback settlement

Associated Press

Attorney General Joseph Foster says New Hampshire will get about $160,000 from a multistate settlement with a nursing home pharmacy accused of taking kickbacks from a manufacturer in return for promoting a certain drug.

Multnomah County Sheriff's Office photos show the three suspects who were arrested Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015, in Portland, Ore., in the killing of Steve Carter, a tantra yoga teacher, on a hiking trail in Marin County, Calif. From left are Sean Michael Angold, 24; Lila Scott Allgood, 19; and Morrison Haze Lampley, 23. A hiker found Carter's body on Monday. (Multnomah County Sheriff's Office/Portland police via AP)

3 charged with killing tourist, hiker arrive in California

- Associated Press

Three young transients charged in the shooting deaths of a Canadian backpacker in San Francisco and a yoga instructor in Marin County have been booked into a California jail and face arraignment later this week.

Vermont AG warns of scam calls targeting bankruptcy filers

Associated Press

Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell is warning people who have filed or may soon file for bankruptcy of a scam in which someone claims to be the consumer's lawyer, the lawyer's partner or a member of their staff.