AP-OR--Oregon News Coverage, OR
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TRUMP SUPREME COURT FACT CHECK
WASHINGTON — Betraying no trust in an independent judiciary, President Donald Trump is using a federal appeals court in San Francisco as a punching bag for his frustrations about not getting his way on border security. He’s spreading misinformation in the process and appearing to misunderstand how appeals work. By Calvin Woodward and Mark Sherman. SENT: 790 words. With AP photos.
TRUMP SUPREME COURT
WASHINGTON — Incensed by a ruling against his migrant asylum policy, President Donald Trump demanded “some common sense” from America’s judges and directed his ire at a liberal-leaning appeals court. He professed respect for Chief Justice John Roberts, with whom he is engaged in a startling public dispute over the independence of the judiciary, yet shrugged off the Republican appointee as someone who “can say what he wants.” By Mark Sherman and Jill Colvin. SENT: 1160 words. With AP photos.
BKW--T25 OREGON ST WESTERN KENTUCKY
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Oregon State found its Destiny at the right time Thursday night. By Monte Stewart. SENT: 750 words.
—MULTNOMAH FALLS-SCENIC ROUTE: Scenic route to Multnomah Falls reopens after fire.
—CANNABIS CAFES: Group makes push for cannabis cafes in Oregon.
—ASSAULT SENTENCE: Man gets 6 years in prison for armed burglary, assault.
—DEATH POLICE INVESTIGATION: Portland police officers on leave after man dies at hospital.
—SEPARATE KILLINGS-PORTLAND: Man charged in killings was under supervision in Washington.
The AP-Portland, Ore.