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PARIS (AP) — French police say two relatives of the Orly Airport attacker are still in custody, though the suspect's father has been released as the investigation continues. An autopsy is scheduled today on the body of the suspect, who was shot by soldiers after he wrested a gun from one of their patrol colleagues.

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Secret Service had a busy Saturday around the White House even though President Donald trump is out of town. Last night, a man was detained after he drove to a security checkpoint near the White House and his car was deemed suspicious. Authorities haven't said what was suspicious about the car. Earlier, someone jumped a low metal barrier just outside a White House fence.

TOKYO (AP) — North Korea's state media says a new type of high-thrust rocket engine roared to life during a ground test. KCNA says it's to be used for satellite launches. Leader Kim Jong Un is calling the test a revolutionary breakthrough for the country's space program. Kim attended yesterday's test and declared it "a great event of historic significance."

WASHINGTON (AP) — A longtime friend and adviser to President Donald Trump says he's been asked by the Senate intelligence committee to retain any documents that could be related to its investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election. Roger Stone says he welcomes the opportunity to publicly testify before lawmakers. Stone says neither he nor Trump "have anything to fear in a fair, balanced inquiry."

WASHINGTON (AP) — A new poll finds that a majority of young adults — 57 percent — see Donald Trump's presidency as illegitimate, including about three-quarters of blacks and large majorities of Latinos and Asians. The GenForward poll finds a majority of young whites in the poll, 53 percent, consider Trump a legitimate president, but even among that group, 55 percent disapprove of the job he's doing.

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