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.

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (AP) - POLICE IN DUBAI HAVE REOPENED THE STREETS AROUND ONE OF THE WORLD'S TALLEST RESIDENTIAL SKYSCRAPERS AFTER FIREFIGHTERS PUT OUT A BLAZE THAT ERUPTED OVERNIGHT IN THE HIGH-RISE. THE BLAZE FORCED RESIDENTS TO EVACUATE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT AND SENT CHUNKS OF DEBRIS PLUMMETING BELOW. NO MAJOR INJURIES HAVE BEEN REPORTED; A FEW PEOPLE WERE TREATED FOR SMOKE INHALATION, ACCORDING TO DUBAI'S GULF NEWS WEBSITE. IT'S THE SECOND TIME THAT THE MORE THAN 1,100-FOOT-TALL TOWER HAS BEEN RAVAGED BY FIRE.

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.

WASHINGTON (AP) - THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS THE RELEASE OF TRANSCRIPTS OF PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP'S CONVERSATIONS WITH THE LEADERS OF MEXICO AND AUSTRALIA IN JANUARY DOES A DISSERVICE TO TRUMP. THE WASHINGTON POST PUBLISHED THE TEXTS WHICH OFFER NEW DETAILS ON HOW THE PRESIDENT PARRIED WITH THE LEADERS OVER THE POLITICS OF THE BORDER WALL AND REFUGEE POLICY. A WHITE HOUSE SPOKESWOMAN SAYS THE LEAK "PREVENTS THE PRESIDENT FROM BEING ABLE TO DO WHAT HE DOES BEST, NEGOTIATE WITH FOREIGN LEADERS."

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CASPER CITY COUNCILWOMAN AMANDA HUCKABAY SAID TUESDAY THAT RECENT CASES ABOUT ALLEGED SEXUAL ASSAULTS HAVE ELICITED UGLY SOCIAL MEDIA COMMENTS ABOUT LOCAL WOMEN WANTING TO BE VICTIMS.

HUCKABAY READ ONE SUCH COMMENT FORWARDED TO HER BY A FRIEND THAT SAID CASPER IS A TOWN THAT GLORIFIES SEXUAL VICTIMIZATION AND THAT WOMEN FEEL LEFT OUT IF THEY DON'T HAVE A RAPE STORY OF THEIR OWN.

THAT COMMENT ALSO SAID WOMEN CAN GET A LOT OF MONEY FROM RECENT CASES SUCH AS THE ARREST OF CASPER BUSINESSMAN TONY CERCY WHO IS ACCUSED OF RAPE, AND SECOND AND THIRD DEGREE SEXUAL ASSAULT.

HUCKABAY CALLED THE COMMENTS IGNORANT, IN PART BECAUSE THERE ARE NO CASH SETTLEMENTS IN CRIMINAL CASES, ONLY CIVIL CASES.

SHE SAID BEING PART OF A RAPE CLUB IS NOT SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF, EITHER, BECAUSE SUCH ASSAULTS AFFECT VICTIMS, INCLUDING HER, FOR THEIR ENTIRE LIVES.

HUCKABAY SAID LOCAL RESIDENTS HAVE MADE PROGRESS IN DEALING WITH SEXUAL ASSAULT IN THE COMMUNITY SUCH AS THE FORMATION OF A GROUP OF SURVIVORS, AND SHE INVITED OTHERS TO JOIN.
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JACKSON, WYO. (AP) - A WYOMING MAN IS NOW SECRETARY OF THE U.S. NAVY.

RICHARD SPENCER WAS SWORN IN FOR THE JOB THURSDAY IN A CEREMONY AT THE PENTAGON IN WASHINGTON, D.C. THE SENATE CONFIRMED SPENCER THIS WEEK ALONG WITH SEVERAL OTHER DEFENSE DEPARTMENT NOMINEES AND A NEW FBI DIRECTOR, CHRISTOPHER WRAY.

SPENCER AND HIS WIFE HAVE LIVED SOUTH OF WILSON FULL-TIME SINCE 2009. PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP NOMINATED SPENCER FOR NAVY SECRETARY IN JUNE.

SPENCER SERVED ON THE PENTAGON'S DEFENSE BUSINESS BOARD FROM 2009 TO 2015. HE PREVIOUSLY WAS AN ADVISER TO THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS.

HE WAS A PILOT IN THE U.S. MARINES FROM 1976 TO 1981.