WASHINGTON (AP) - PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP HAS TWO RED LINES THAT HE REFUSES TO CROSS ON OVERHAULING TAXES: THE CORPORATE RATE MUST BE CUT TO 20 PERCENT AND THE SAVINGS MUST GO TO THE MIDDLE CLASS. THAT WORD COMES FROM GARY COHN, THE PRESIDENT'S TOP ECONOMICS AIDE. HE SAYS ANY TAX OVERHAUL SIGNED BY THE PRESIDENT NEEDS TO INCLUDE THESE TWO ELEMENTS. DEMOCRATIC SEN. CHUCK SCHUMER SAYS TRUMP'S PLAN ONLY GIVES "CRUMBS" TO THE MIDDLE CLASS, WHILE THE WEALTHY WOULD REAP A WINDFALL.

WASHINGTON (AP) - SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS, LARGE CORPORATIONS AND THE SUPER WEALTHY COULD MAKE OUT WELL UNDER PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP'S TAX PLAN. THE MIDDLE-CLASS COULD DO WELL, TOO, BUT THE PLAN HAS TOO MANY HOLES TO DETERMINE HOW INDIVIDUAL TAXPAYERS WOULD BE AFFECTED. THE PLAN WOULD REDUCE THE NUMBER OF TAX BRACKETS FROM SEVEN TO THREE, BUT IT DOESN'T SPECIFY THE INCOME LEVELS FOR EACH BRACKET. THOSE ARE IMPORTANT DETAILS, WHICH WILL BE SORTED OUT BY CONGRESS.

HOMEWOOD, ALA. (AP) - FIREBRAND JURIST ROY MOORE SAYS HE'S RECEIVED A CALL OF SUPPORT FROM PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP FOLLOWING HIS WIN THE ALABAMA REPUBLICAN SENATE PRIMARY. TRUMP BACKED MOORE'S OPPONENT LUTHER STRANGE, BUT HAS OFFERED SUPPORT FOR MOORE IN THE GENERAL ELECTION. MOORE TELLS "FOX AND FRIENDS" THAT HE SUPPORTS TRUMP'S AGENDA.

IRBIL, IRAQ (AP) - TURKEY'S CONSULATE IN IRAQ'S KURDISH REGION HAS WARNED TURKISH CITIZENS THAT FLIGHTS BETWEEN TURKEY AND THE IRAQI CITIES OF IRBIL AND SULAIMANIYAH WILL BE SUSPENDED AS OF 6:00 P.M. FRIDAY. THE ANNOUNCEMENT CAME AFTER IRAQ CALLED ON INTERNATIONAL CARRIERS TO SUSPEND FLIGHTS TO THE KURDISH REGION AFTER IT HELD A REFERENDUM FOR INDEPENDENCE FROM IRAQ.

MONTEBELLO, PUERTO RICO (AP) - THE RELIEF EFFORT FROM HURRICANE MARIA IN PUERTO RICO HAS SO FAR BEEN CONCENTRATED LARGELY IN SAN JUAN, AND MANY OUTSIDE THE CAPITAL SAY THEY'VE RECEIVED LITTLE OR NO HELP. IN COASTAL COMMUNITIES THAT WERE HIT HARD BY THE STORM, PEOPLE SAY THEY'VE SEEN NO ONE FROM THE FEDERAL OR THE PUERTO RICAN GOVERNMENT. THE STORM LEFT NEARLY EVERYONE IN PUERTO RICO WITHOUT POWER, AND MOST WITHOUT WATER.
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AMBULANCES, FIRE TRUCKS, OTHER VEHICLES AND PERSONNEL FROM NUMEROUS COUNTY AGENCIES RESPONDED TO A SIMULATED PLANE CRASH AT THE CASPER-NATRONA COUNTY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ON SATURDAY.
THE AIRPORT'S DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS AND PUBLIC SAFETY AARON BUCK SAID THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION REQUIRES AIRPORTS TO CONDUCT FULL-SCALE AVIATION DISASTER DRILLS EVERY THREE YEARS WITH THE HELP OF LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE AND MEDICAL AGENCIES.

THIS YEAR'S DRILL STARTED WITH A SIMULATED CRASH AND FIRE.

THE MEDICAL RESPONSE TEAMS DROVE THE PASSENGERS BY BUS TO A HANGAR, EVACUATED, AND TREATED FOR INJURIES INCLUDING SHOCK, BROKEN BONES, AND MAJOR CUTS.

THE PASSENGERS WERE VOLUNTEERS WHO RECEIVED SIMULATED BODY PARTS THAT NEEDED TREATMENT BY THE EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS AND FIREFIGHTERS.

SOME PASSENGERS JUST WALKED AROUND ASKING OR SCREAMING IF ANYONE HAD SEEN THEIR RELATIVES.

SOME VICTIMS NEEDED MINOR TREATMENT, WHILE OTHERS REQUIRED A HALF-DOZEN PEOPLE TO ROLL THEM ON BACK BOARDS, AND SOME VICTIMS DIDN'T MAKE IT.

BUCK SAID THE EXERCISE REQUIRES EVALUATIONS OF HOW WELL THE AGENCIES COORDINATED EVENTS, ASSESSED THE CRASH SCENE, CONDUCTED TRIAGE, AND TREATED THE VICTIMS.
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THE PRESIDENTS OF WYOMING'S SEVEN COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND THE UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING HAVE VOICED THEIR SUPPORT FOR A FEDERAL PROGRAM THAT SHIELDS YOUNG IMMIGRANTS FROM DEPORTATION.

THE COLLEGE PRESIDENTS SAID IN A LETTER THAT YOUNG ADULTS ENROLLED IN STATE COLLEGES WHO ARE IN JEOPARDY OF BEING DEPORTED ARE WYOMING'S YOUTH.

THE LETTER SAYS THAT THE HOPES AND DREAMS OF THOSE STUDENTS INCLUDE FUTURES IN WYOMING AND THAT THEY SHOULD BE GIVEN A PATH TO CITIZENSHIP.

THE LETTER ALSO CITES WHAT THEY CAN ADD TO A STATE WITH AN AGING POPULATION AND A LABOR FORCE THAT'S BEEN DEPLETED BY A STRUGGLING ECONOMY.

WYOMING'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION HAS SAID THEY SUPPORT ENDING THE DEFERRED ACTION FOR CHILDHOOD ARRIVALS PROGRAM.