'I'll be praying for you': Americans assess Trump's 100 days

They are young and old. They hail from all corners of the United States and very different walks of life. One hundred days into Donald Trump's presidency, the Associated Press returned to some of the everyday people interviewed these past months to ask them to write a letter to the president, evaluating the job he's done so far and looking ahead to the months to come.

3 Arkansas execution drugs used for surgery, cardiac cases
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3 Arkansas execution drugs used for surgery, cardiac cases

Arkansas is carrying out a series of executions before one of its lethal injection drugs expires at the end of April

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GOP bill would discipline hecklers at college speeches
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GOP bill would discipline hecklers at college speeches

Republican lawmakers are pushing a plan to require the University of Wisconsin System to discipline students who disrupt speeches and presentations, and force campuses to remain neutral on public issues

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Dominican diplomat pleads guilty, cooperating in UN case

A suspended Dominican Republic diplomat has pleaded guilty to new charges in a United Nations bribery scheme, revealing himself as a key witness at the trial next month of a Chinese billionaire

The Latest: Federal panel won't block Arkansas execution
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The Latest: Federal panel won't block Arkansas execution

A federal appeals panel says it won't stop Thursday night's execution of Arkansas inmate Kenneth Williams

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Minnesota appeals court rejects bid to move officer's trial

The Minnesota Court of Appeals has rejected a bid to move the manslaughter trial of a police officer charged in the fatal shooting of a black motorist

Arkansas prepares to wrap up aggressive execution schedule
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Arkansas prepares to wrap up aggressive execution schedule

The last inmate set to die under Arkansas' compressed execution timetable is looking to state and federal courts in final bids to save his life

Storms leave damage as they move across Deep South
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Storms leave damage as they move across Deep South

Storms moving through the Deep South have left damage in southeastern Alabama on the anniversary of a deadly tornado outbreak

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Still no verdict in eye doctor's $105M Medicare fraud case

A federal jury in South Florida still doesn't have a verdict after two days of deliberations in the Medicare fraud trial of a prominent eye doctor who is accused separately of bribing a U.S. senator

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The Latest: Beer stores near reservation may have to close

Four Nebraska beer stores that sell millions of cans annually near South Dakota's Pine Ridge Indian Reservation may have to close, at least temporarily, while a case against them works its way through the courts

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No charges over sexual misconduct claims at boarding school

Wallingford Police say they can't criminally charge former faculty and staff members accused of sexual misconduct at the prestigious Choate Rosemary Hall boarding school due to the statute of limitations