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Age requirements sought after 6 teens run for governor

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Candidates would be required to be at least 18 to run for statewide offices in Kansas under legislation drafted in response to six teenagers entering the race for governor.

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Candidates would be required to be at least 18 to run for statewide offices in Kansas under legislation drafted in response to six teenagers entering the race for governor.

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ACLU lawsuit: ISP ticket for rude gesture violates rights

A Terre Haute man ticketed after making a rude gesture at an Indiana State Police trooper has filed a federal lawsuit claiming his constitutionally protected rights to free speech and freedom from unreasonable search and seizure were violated.

Mark May is seeking unspecified damages against Indiana State Police Master Trooper Matt Ames, according to the complaint filed Thursday in the Southern District of Indiana by the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana.

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Robots in Finance Bring New Risks to Stability, Regulators Warn

Banks and hedge funds that rely on artificial intelligence threaten to inject risks into the financial system that could exacerbate a future crisis, according to global regulators.

The financial industry’s rush to adopt AI raises the potential that firms will become overly dependent on technologies that herd them toward the same view of risks and could “amplify financial shocks,” according to a study published on Wednesday by the Financial Stability Board, a panel of regulators that includes the U.S. Federal Reserve and European Central Bank.

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The GOP memo proves the ‘deep state’ is real

Now that we know what the declassified House memo says about government misconduct, we also know what it means: The Washington swamp — the deep state — is bigger, more vicious and more dangerous to American liberty than even a cynic could have imagined.

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Kimmel: Late Night Hosts Are All Liberal Because ‘It Requires A Level Of Intelligence’

Following President Trump’s State of the Union address last week, CBS late night host Stephen Colbert had on the former Obama staffers of “Pod Save America” to bash Trump. Those same gentlemen welcomed ABC late night host Jimmy Kimmel to the stage for an event on Saturday night, where Kimmel proceeded to explain that all late night hosts are on the Left thanks to their vast intellect.

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ESPN’s Jemele Hill tells MSNBC’s Al Sharpton why she left ‘SportsCenter’

ESPN’s Jemele Hill, in her first interview since leaving “SportsCenter,” told Rev. Al Sharpton on MSNBC’s “PoliticsNation” Sunday that her move to ESPN’s The Undefeated website was “definitely, 100 percent, my choice” and should leave her less constrained when it comes to commentary “about issues revolving around race and sports.”

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CALIFORNIA CITY TO EXPERIMENT WITH ‘UNIVERSAL BASIC INCOME’

The mayor of Stockton, California, is leading an experiment with “universal basic income,” which is set to start by giving low-income residents $500 a month, no questions asked.

Mayor Michael Tubbs calls his city “ground zero” for issues like wage stagnation, rising housing prices and loss of middle-class jobs that affect the nation.

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UK Police Receive More Harvey Weinstein Sexual Assault Allegations

EXCLUSIVE: Harvey Weinstein’s troubles continue at an alarming pace after it has emerged that Scotland Yard has received more allegations of sexual assault. Deadline has learned that the UK authorities have received two new formal assault complaints from another woman, bringing the total number of complaints to police in the UK to 14 allegations from nine women. This has emerged hours after Uma Thurman detailed sexual assault at the hands of the Weinstein Company honcho in an incredibly revealing article in The New York Times.

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Dow futures slide more than 200 points as Wall Street adds to Friday’s losses

U.S. stocks fell sharply Monday, extending a steep sell-off from the previous session, as investors rushed for the exits in the wake of rising interest rates. For the S&P 500, it was the worst day in six years.

The Dow Jones industrial average shed 1,175.21 points to 24,345.75 and briefly declined more than 1,500 points. The 30-stock index also briefly traded flat earlier in the session, before the selling returned. Overall, the Dow traveled more than 5,100 points during the session.

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