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Wednesday October 18th, 2017 9:49PM

AP Top U.S. News at 12:53 p.m. EDT

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Nevada coalition seeks unprecedented insulin refund law
Nevada lawmakers and a coalition opposed to rising prescription drug prices are trying to push through a law that would force drugmakers to issue refunds to diabetics or insurance companies when insulin rises above inflation
12:53PM ( 42 minutes ago )
Midwest, South brace for flooding and tornadoes
Parts of the U.S. South and Midwest were bracing for flooding and possible tornadoes following a weekend of deadly torrents and powerful winds that claimed at least 15 lives
12:29PM ( 1 hour ago )
Man opens fire at San Diego pool party; 1 victim, gunman die
Police say officers shot and killed an armed man suspected of shooting eight people Sunday at an apartment complex in San Diego
11:07AM ( 2 hours ago )
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Nevada coalition seeks unprecedented insulin refund law
Nevada lawmakers and a coalition opposed to rising prescription drug prices are trying to push through a law that would force drugmakers to issue refunds to diabetics or insurance companies when insulin rises above inflation
12:53PM ( 42 minutes ago )
Midwest, South brace for flooding and tornadoes
Parts of the U.S. South and Midwest were bracing for flooding and possible tornadoes following a weekend of deadly torrents and powerful winds that claimed at least 15 lives
12:29PM ( 1 hour ago )
Man opens fire at San Diego pool party; 1 victim, gunman die
Police say officers shot and killed an armed man suspected of shooting eight people Sunday at an apartment complex in San Diego
11:07AM ( 2 hours ago )
Lawmakers settle on $1T plan to avoid US gov't shutdown
The White House and House Speaker Paul Ryan are endorsing a new $1 trillion spending bill that could be voted on as early as Wednesday.
10:24AM ( 3 hours ago )
Hill settles on $1T spending bill, vote likely by Wednesday
Congressional Republicans and Democrats reach hard-won agreement on huge $1 trillion-plus spending bill to keep government open
7:37AM ( 5 hours ago )