WASHINGTON (AP) - ATTORNEY GENERAL JEFF SESSIONS IS WARNING AGAINST LEAKS OF CLASSIFIED INFORMATION THAT HE SAYS CAN HURT NATIONAL SECURITY. HIS JUSTICE DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCEMENT COMES AMID NEWS REPORTS INVOLVING THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN AND WHITE HOUSE THAT RELIED ON CLASSIFIED INFORMATION. AND IT COMES ONE WEEK AFTER THE PRESIDENT COMPLAINED SESSIONS WAS WEAK IN CRACKING DOWN ON LEAKS. SESSIONS SAYS THE DEPARTMENT IS REVIEWING GUIDELINES RELATED TO SUBPOENAS OF JOURNALISTS.

WASHINGTON (AP) - "WE WON. MOVE ON," PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP DECLARED TERSELY IN AN EARLY MORNING TWEET FRIDAY. TRUMP HAS GROWN INCREASINGLY ANGRY OVER THE INVESTIGATION HEADED BY SPECIAL COUNSEL ROBERT MUELLER. A PERSON FAMILIAR WITH THE PROBE TELLS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS THAT MUELLER HAS TAKEN THE CASE TO A GRAND JURY SEATED IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

WASHINGTON (AP) - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HAS LEARNED THAT PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP'S FORMER NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER, MICHAEL FLYNN, HAS REVEALED A BRIEF ADVISORY ROLE WITH A FIRM RELATED TO A CONTROVERSIAL DATA ANALYSIS COMPANY THAT AIDED THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN. THE DISCLOSURE OF FLYNN'S LINK TO CAMBRIDGE ANALYTICA WILL COME IN AN AMENDED PUBLIC FINANCIAL FILING. FLYNN ALSO DISCLOSES INCOME THAT INCLUDES PAYMENTS FROM THE TRUMP TRANSITION TEAM.

WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. EMPLOYERS ADDED 209,000 JOBS LAST MONTH, A SECOND STRAIGHT MONTH OF ROBUST GAINS THAT UNDERSCORES THE ECONOMY'S VITALITY AS IT ENTERS THE NINTH YEAR OF EXPANSION. THE LABOR DEPARTMENT SAYS THE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE SLIPPED TO 4.3 PERCENT, MATCHING A 16-YEAR LOW FIRST REACHED IN MAY.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - ADVOCATES SAY THEY ENCOUNTER HOMELESS PEOPLE EVERY DAY WHO WANT TREATMENT FOR HEROIN ADDICTION BUT ARE TURNED AWAY BECAUSE THEY DON'T HAVE THE PROPER ID. TO REAPPLY FOR THE DOCUMENTS CAN SOMETIMES TAKE MONTHS, ESPECIALLY IF A PERSON DOESN'T HAVE A STABLE ADDRESS, BIRTH CERTIFICATE OR SOCIAL SECURITY CARD. ADVOCATES SAY HOMELESS ARE TURNED AWAY AT LEAST TWICE A DAY IN PHILADELPHIA ALONE.
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THE MAN ACCUSED OF HOLDING A HOSTAGE AT KNIFE-POINT INSIDE A CASPER GOVERNMENT BUILDING LAST YEAR WAS DECLARED INCOMPETENT TO STAND TRIAL THURSDAY MORNING IN NATRONA COUNTY DISTRICT COURT, AND WILL SPEND ABOUT TWO MONTHS AT THE WYOMING STATE HOSPITAL WHILE DOCTORS DETERMINE WHETHER HE COULD AGAIN BE DEEMED FIT TO PROCEED.

36-YEAR-OLD DAVID MICHAEL CHAVIS WAS CHARGED WITH KIDNAPPING, AGGRAVATED ASSAULT AND POSSESSION OF A DEADLY WEAPON WITH INTENT TO THREATEN THE LIFE OF ANOTHER. CONVICTION ON ALL COUNTS COULD SEND CHAVIS TO PRISON FOR 20 YEARS TO LIFE.

CHARGING DOCUMENTS SAY ON AUG. 5, 2016, CHAVIS ENTERED THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S MEDICAL REVIEW PANEL AT 800 WERNER COURT. HE ALLEGEDLY TOOK A 51-YEAR-OLD MAN HOSTAGE WITH A BOX-CUTTER.

THE BUILDING WAS EVACUATED, AND THE NATRONA COUNTY SPECIAL RESPONSE TEAM, ALONG WITH THE HOSTAGE NEGOTIATION TEAM, RESPONDED.

CHAVIS WAS ARRESTED SHORTLY BEFORE 12 P.M., AND THE VICTIM WAS RELEASED UNHARMED.

THIS MARKS CHAVIS' THIRD MENTAL EVALUATION, REQUESTED BY NATRONA COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY MIKE BLONIGEN, WHO REPRESENTED THE STATE IN COURT THURSDAY MORNING.

TOWARD THE END OF THE HEARING, CHAVIS SPOKE OUT, ASKING THAT PROCEEDINGS BE CONTINUED AND THE HEARING BE VACATED.

NATRONA COUNTY DISTRICT COURT JUDGE DANIEL FORGEY RESPONDED BY NOTING THE 60-DAY PERIOD HE ORDERED FOR EVALUATION AT THE STATE HOSPITAL IS SHORTER THAN THE PERIOD PROVIDED FOR IN STATE STATUTE, WHICH IS 90 DAYS. HE ALSO SAID HE HAS REVIEWED THE SUBMISSIONS FROM CHAVIS.

REPORTING FROM CASPER, I'M NICK LEARNED.
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JACKSON, WYO. (AP) - PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS ARE EVALUATING A GROUP OF PEOPLE AS A PRECAUTION AFTER BEING EXPOSED TO WILD WYOMING BATS KNOWN TO HAVE RABIES.

THE GROUP MADE UP OF MOSTLY COLLEGES STUDENTS FROM WYOMING, UTAH AND WASHINGTON D.C. RAN INTO THE BATS AT A RANCH IN GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK THAT THEY VISITED TUESDAY.

PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS SAY 13 PEOPLE WERE TREATED FOR RABIES AS A PRECAUTIONARY MEASURE, AND THERE IS NO EARLY INDICATION THAT ANYONE WAS BITTEN.

PHYSICIAN AND TETON COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER TRAVIS RIDDELL SAYS THEY ARE TAKING THE INCIDENT SERIOUSLY BECAUSE BATS ARE COMMON CARRIERS OF RABIES IN WYOMING AND THE VIRUS COULD HAVE DEADLY CONSEQUENCES.