WASHINGTON (AP) - REPUBLICAN SEN. SUSAN COLLINS' DECISION TO OPPOSE THE GOP PUSH TO REPEAL PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA'S HEALTH CARE OVERHAUL LEAVES THE EFFORT ALL BUT DEAD. EVEN PARTY LEADERS CONCEDE THAT THEIR PROSPECTS ARE DISMAL. SOUTH DAKOTA SEN. JOHN THUNE SAYS REVIVING THE PARTY'S DRIVE WOULD BE A HEAVY LIFT. HE MADE THE REMARK AFTER COLLINS JOINED A SMALL BUT PIVOTAL CLUSTER OF REPUBLICANS SAYING THEY'RE AGAINST THE MEASURE.

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (AP) - MILITARY ANALYSTS SAY NORTH KOREA DOESN'T HAVE THE CAPABILITY OR INTENT TO ATTACK U.S. BOMBERS AND FIGHTER JETS, DESPITE THE COUNTRY'S TOP DIPLOMAT SAYING IT HAS THE RIGHT DO SO. THEY VIEW THE REMARK BY NORTH KOREAN FOREIGN MINISTER RI YONG HO AND A RECENT PROPAGANDA VIDEO SIMULATING SUCH AN ATTACK AS TIT-FOR-TAT RESPONSES TO FIERY RHETORIC BY U.S. PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP AND HIS HARDENING STANCE AGAINST THE NORTH'S NUCLEAR WEAPONS PROGRAM.

SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO (AP) - SUPERMARKETS ARE GRADUALLY RE-OPENING IN THE HURRICANE-RAVAGED SAN JUAN CAPITAL BUT THE SITUATION IS FAR FROM NORMAL AND CUSTOMERS ARE GOING HOME DISAPPOINTED. MOST STORES REMAIN CLOSED AROUND PUERTO RICO, IN MANY CASES BECAUSE THEY DON'T HAVE A GENERATOR AND POWER IS OUT FOR MOST OF THE ISLAND. THE FEW THAT WERE OPEN MONDAY HAVE LONG LINES OUTSIDE AND VAST EMPTY SHELVES WHERE THEY ONCE HELD MILK, MEAT AND OTHER PERISHABLES. DRINKING WATER IS NOWHERE TO BE FOUND.

MEXICO CITY (AP) - THE TOLL OF DEAD FOLLOWING MEXICO CITY'S MAGNITUDE 7.1 EARTHQUAKE OF LAST WEEK IS CONTINUING TO RISE. CIVIL DEFENSE CHIEF LUIS FELIPE PUENTE REPORTS BY TWITTER THAT 331 ARE NOW KNOWN DEAD.

WASHINGTON (AP) - A TOP HOUSE REPUBLICAN IS DEMANDING DETAILS ON THE USE OF PRIVATE EMAILS BY SOME OF PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP'S CLOSEST ADVISERS. REP. TREY GOWDY, WHO CHAIRS THE HOUSE OVERSIGHT AND GOVERNMENT REFORM COMMITTEE, IS CITING A RECENT POLITICO REPORT THAT JARED KUSHNER SET UP A PRIVATE EMAIL ACCOUNT AFTER THE ELECTION AS REASON FOR CONCERN. GOWDY SAYS IN A LETTER TO THE WHITE HOUSE THAT THE PANEL WANTS TO USE ITS "INVESTIGATIVE RESOURCES" TO "DETER MISUSE OF PRIVATE FORMS OF WRITTEN COMMUNICATION."
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CASPER POLICE ON FRIDAY ARRESTED A MAN FOR ALLEGEDLY PICKING HIS CHILDREN UP FROM SCHOOL WHILE INTOXICATED.

47-YEAR-OLD JOSEPH D. MCADAMS WAS BOOKED INTO JAIL ON RECOMMENDED CHARGES OF CHILD ENDANGERMENT, DUI WITH CHILD ENDANGERMENT AND NO INSURANCE.

CHARGING PAPERS SAY AT ABOUT 2:30 P.M. FRIDAY, A POLICE OFFICER WAS SENT OUT TO A CASPER SCHOOL AFTER SOMEONE REPORTED MCADAMS WAS DRUNK WHEN HE PICKED HIS CHILD UP FROM THE SCHOOL.

ABOUT AN HOUR PRIOR, MCADAMS HAD BEEN AT A DIFFERENT SCHOOL AND WAS ALSO REPORTED TO POLICE AFTER PICKING UP ANOTHER ONE OF HIS CHILDREN WHILE INTOXICATED. BOTH PEOPLE WHO REPORTED MCADAMS TO POLICE SAID HE SMELLED STRONGLY OF ALCOHOL, AND ONE OF THEM REPORTED MCADAMS HAD BLOODSHOT EYES AND STUMBLED ON HIS WAY OUT OF THE BUILDING.

THE OFFICER FOUND MCADAMS' VEHICLE IN A PARKING LOT, AND WATCHED AS MCADAMS GOT OUT OF THE DRIVER'S SEAT. TWO CHILDREN WERE INSIDE THE VEHICLE.

MCADAMS WAS ARRESTED AFTER REFUSING TO PERFORM STANDARDIZED FIELD SOBRIETY TESTS. HIS BLOOD-ALCOHOL CONCENTRATION WAS .16 -- TWICE THE LEGAL LIMIT.

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CHEYENNE, WYO. (AP) - THE UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING RECORDED ITS FIRST INCREASE IN ENROLLMENT IN SEVERAL YEARS WITH GAINS IN NEW FRESHMEN AND TRANSFER STUDENTS THIS SEMESTER.

OVERALL, A TOTAL OF 12,397 UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE STUDENTS ARE ENROLLED THIS FALL AT THE UNIVERSITY. THAT'S ABOUT 30 STUDENTS MORE THAN THE FALL OF 2016.

THE ENROLLMENT GAIN IS GOOD NEWS FOR A UNIVERSITY THAT HAS BEEN FORCED TO CUT MORE THAN 300 JOBS IN THE PAST COUPLE OF YEARS BECAUSE OF REDUCED STATE FUNDING BROUGHT ON BY A DOWNTURN IN THE ENERGY INDUSTRY.

UW PRESIDENT LAURIE NICHOLS HAD MADE INCREASING ENROLLMENT A PRIORITY TO HELP BRING IN MORE REVENUE.

NEARLY 1,700 NEW FRESHMEN ENROLLED THIS YEAR. THAT'S A 9.3 PERCENT INCREASE FROM 2016. ADDITIONALLY, NEARLY 1,100 TRANSFER STUDENTS ENROLLED, UP 12.3 PERCENT FROM LAST YEAR.