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WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is scheduled to attend rallies in North Carolina today as he continues his efforts to counter critics from his own party who question his fitness to be president. The list of fellow Republicans deeming him unfit for the Oval Office grew by one yesterday. Maine Sen. Susan Collins, a moderate long wary of Trump, says she won't vote for him in November.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — It wasn't expected to be much of a race but House Speaker Paul Ryan's primary today is getting some attention after his feud with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump turned the spotlight on Paul Nehlen, Ryan's previously unknown opponent. Trump had pointedly withheld his endorsement of Ryan but relented amid criticism from GOP leaders.

DALLAS (AP) — Delta Air Lines faces a big challenge today finding seats for passengers they couldn't fly yesterday because of a major computer outage. Delta had to cancel about 1,000 flights and had 2,900 others delayed, some for hours. And today, it's canceled nearly 250 flights. The airline says it'll be handing out refunds and travel vouchers as penance.

DELAND, Fla. (AP) — Police in Florida say a woman told them she was having trouble with transients near a car wash her family owns after they arrested her for allegedly allowing her three sons to shoot BBs at a homeless man near a gas station. News outlets report 36-year-old Amina El-Zayat of DeLand, Florida was arrested Sunday on aggravated battery, contributing to the delinquency of minors and child neglect charges.

LONDON (AP) — Police in Scotland are warning people to stay away from an oil rig that was blown onto a remote Scottish beach in a storm. The Transocean Winner drilling rig was being towed when it broke free of its tug and ran aground. Environmental groups have expressed concern, but coast guards say the risk of pollution is low. Some question why the rig was being towed in high wind.

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