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Rep. Trey Gowdy, chair of the Benghazi commission, sent Hillary Rodham Clinton's attorney a letter requesting Mrs. Clinton's email server. (Associated Press)

Hillary Clinton wiped email server clean, refuses to turn it over

- The Washington Times

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has refused to turn her email server over to an independent third party and claims she has wiped the server clean, dealing a setback to the special investigative committee looking into the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack, the probe said late Friday.

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Missouri GOP deals with party split at Legislature midpoint

- Associated Press

Armed with greater numbers of Republicans than ever before in the House, Missouri's Legislature still is struggling to find consensus on high-profile legislation as lawmakers return for the second half of the session on Monday.

Michigan Legislature revisits major bills from last session

- Associated Press

What's old is new again with the Michigan Legislature as the Republican majorities in the House and Senate reintroduced many bills that died last session or were vetoed by Gov. Rick Snyder for various reasons.

Ex-Brownback aide lobbying against tobacco tax increase

Associated Press

Gov. Sam Brownback's former chief of staff is lobbying against a proposed tax increase on tobacco, one of the governor's primary proposals to balance the state's budget, according to Kansas secretary of state records.

A customer leaves a liquor store in Lawrence, Kan., Thursday, March 26, 2015. There are proposals to allow grocery stores to sell liquor, wine and full-strength beer, amid strong lobbying efforts on both sides of the issue. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)

Kansas Senate panel to consider expanding liquor licenses

- Associated Press

With thousands of dollars in campaign contributions at stake in the 2016 election cycle, GOP legislators are weighing the risks of acting on a fiercely lobbied issue: allowing supermarkets to sell liquor.

NY budget talks stretch into weekend as deadline looms

- Associated Press

New York state budget negotiations stretched into the weekend as legislators and Gov. Andrew Cuomo worked Saturday to resolve differences over school funding, teacher evaluations and a minimum wage hike before the new fiscal year begins.

5 things to know about Oregon's gun-control bill

- Associated Press

An Oregon Senate committee will hear public testimony this week on a proposal by gun-control advocates to require a background check any time someone sells or gives a firearm to another person who isn't a relative. Here are five things to know about Oregon's universal background-check proposal.

News briefs from around Kentucky at 1:58 a.m. EDT

Associated Press

Speaking to a room full of conservative business leaders in northern Kentucky, three of the four Republican candidates for governor managed to answer a question about replacing the Brent Spence Bridge while skipping the most crucial detail: Do you support tolls?