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President Obama said that 99.9 percent of Muslims are peace-loving.  (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)

Obama says terrorists not motivated by true Islam

- The Washington Times

Criticized for avoiding the phrase “Islamic extremism,” President Obama said he doesn’t want to alienate the majority of peace-loving Muslims as the U.S. fights to defeat terrorist networks around the world.

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In this Jan. 13, 2015 photo, Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske poses for a photo in her office in Carson City, Nev. Cegavske knows her way around the statehouse in Carson City after spending 18 years in the Nevada Legislature. But her recent promotion to Secretary of State, Nevada's third highest-ranking constitutional office, means an upgrade to prime State Capitol space and a new platform for advancing her priorities. (AP Photo/Michelle Rindels)

Sec. of State aims for voter ID, smoother business licensing

- Associated Press

Barbara Cegavske knows her way around the statehouse in Carson City after spending 18 years in the Nevada Legislature. But her recent promotion to Secretary of State - Nevada's third highest-ranking constitutional office - means an upgrade to prime State Capitol space and a new platform for advancing her priorities.

Asians slower to seek immigration protection

- Associated Press

Asians have been slower to sign up for President Barack Obama's reprieve for young immigrants in the country illegally, and community advocates are ramping up efforts to reach thousands more who are eligible for his expanded immigration plan.

Maximiano Vazquez-Guevara, left, his wife Ashley Bowen, and their 6-year-old daughter, Nevaeh Vazquez, pose for a photo in their home Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015, in the northeast Denver suburb of Commerce City, Colo. The presidential executive order that fast-tracked immigration hearings for last summer's flood of Central American migrants may have had unintended consequences in canceling hearings for non-detained immigrants with longstanding cases such as Vazquez-Guevara. Vazquez-Guevarra, 34, recently won his appeal to become a legal permanent resident. But his case still needs to go in front of an immigration judge one last time, and it has been pulled from the docket.  Thousands of immigrants seeking legalization through the U.S. court system have had their hearings canceled and are being told by the government that it may be 2019 or later before their futures are resolved.  (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

Immigrants could wait until 2019 to have cases resolved

- Associated Press

Thousands of immigrants seeking legalization through the U.S. court system have had their hearings canceled and are being told by the government that it may be 2019 or later before their futures are resolved.

Pretrial meeting set on secret info in US Capitol plot case

- Associated Press

A federal judge will meet with prosecutors and defense attorneys on how to handle classified information in the case of an Ohio man accused of plotting to attack the U.S. Capitol and kill federal officials and workers.

5 Things To Know at the Colorado statehouse

Associated Press

Colorado lawmakers have a packed fourth week of the 2015 legislative session. To keep track of what's coming up, five things to watch for this week:

Police probing alleged corruption in Nevada Legislature

- Associated Press

Las Vegas police have confirmed they are investigating allegations of corruption in the Nevada Legislature involving an extortion attempt aimed at a Republican assemblyman who has drawn criticism from more conservative lawmakers.

DeLay: Rick Perry's White House hopes likely hurt by charges

- Associated Press

Former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay said Saturday he can relate to any fallout from the indictment dogging former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, noting his own nearly decade-long legal fight that cost him his powerful congressional post and public career.