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(NEXSTAR)- House lawmakers on Monday looked at how voter ID laws and other voting requirements can affect access to the ballot. Right now H.R. 1—a voting reform bill that passed the house in March—is stalled in the Senate. Democrats say the bill is critical to counter state laws that they argue restrict access to the ballot, but Republicans say the bill is unnecessary.

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An Asian man was pushed onto the subway tracks in Queens, New York Monday morning. The Hate Crimes Task Force launched an investigation into the assault.

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West Virginia police are investigating a kidnapping case involving a dog cage.

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Ohio authorities and ATF agents are investigating after a man died when an improvised explosive device he was making exploded in his garage. Officials say the man planned to sell it to pay off a lawnmower he recently purchased.  

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A missing deaf dog is reunited with his family thanks to a GPS collar.

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