New York Times

Republican Senator Vital to Health Bill's Passage Won't Support It
New York Times
Senator Dean Heller, Republican of Nevada, at the White House in March. Credit Andrew Harnik/Associated Press. WASHINGTON — Senator Dean Heller of Nevada, perhaps the most vulnerable Republican facing re-election in 2018, said Friday that he ...
Five GOP senators now oppose health bill — enough to sink itWashington Post
Senate bill abandons tens of millions of AmericansCNN
Meadows: Senate bill lacks conservative support to pass HouseThe Hill
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Washington Post

CNN sent a courtroom sketch artist to cover a White House press briefing
Washington Post
For the third time this week, the White House on Friday banned TV cameras from a news media briefing. Lacking footage and wanting some kind of visual element, CNN came up with a rather creative solution: a courtroom sketch artist. William J. Hennessy ...
Trump supporter who called for Clinton to be 'shot' attends bill signingABC News
Yet Another Person Who Called For Hillary Clinton To Be Shot Was Invited To The White HouseBuzzFeed News
With cameras banned, CNN sends sketch artist to White House briefingCNNMoney
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The Hill

Poll: Former AG Lynch should be investigated
The Hill
A majority of voters say former Attorney General Loretta Lynch should be investigated for an election-year meeting with former President Bill Clinton · Bill ClintonPoll: Former AG Lynch should be investigated Poll: Trump approval rating rebounds ...
Senate panel questions Lynch over 'political interference' in Clinton probeFox News
Grassley, Feinstein want answers from Loretta LynchPolitico
The Senate is investigating whether former Attorney General Loretta Lynch interfered in the Clinton email investigationBusiness Insider
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SB Nation

California travel ban could impact college sports schedules, but likely not 2017's
SB Nation
The state is forbidding publicly funded travel to eight states with laws it perceives as discriminatory. by Jason Kirk Jun 23, 2017, 10:56am EDT. tweet · share · pin · Rec. In 2016, a North Carolina state law altered the sports calendar. The state lost ...

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Washington Post

'I'm glad he got shot': Nebraska Democrat caught on tape criticizing Rep. Steve Scalise
Washington Post
A Nebraska Democratic official has been removed from his chairman post after recordings emerged in which he said he was glad that House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) was shot and that he wished he had died. In the recording, Phil Montag, who was ...
What the hell is going on with the Nebraska Democratic Party?Washington Examiner
Caught on tape: Dem official says he's 'glad' Scalise got shotFox News
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BBC News

Camden flats: Hundreds of homes evacuated over fire risk fears
BBC News
More than 800 homes in tower blocks on a council estate in Camden, north London, are being evacuated because of safety concerns over cladding. Camden Council says people in five towers on the Chalcots estate will be moved for "urgent fire safety works" ...
Hundreds of London residents evacuated over fire safety concernsCBS News
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Hundreds of households to be evacuated in wake of London tower fireCNN
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The Hill

Frustrated Dems say Obama botched Russia response
The Hill
The Obama administration is under fresh scrutiny for its response to Russian meddling in the election after new details emerged this week about how the White House weighed its actions against the 2016 political environment. Then-President Obama was too ...
The emerging timeline of Obama and Russia that is giving Democrats heartburnWashington Post
Facing Putin, Trump will confront complex swirl of controversyCNN
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Washington Post

Jury deadlocks in second trial of former University of Cincinnati officer who fatally shot Samuel DuBose
Washington Post
A judge declared a mistrial Friday after a jury deadlocked in the case of a former University of Cincinnati police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man during a 2015 traffic stop, the latest in a series of high-profile law enforcement ...
Mistrial Declared in Shooting of Black Driver by Cincinnati OfficerNew York Times
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Washington Post

The White House hires a Trump hotel executive to serve as chief usher
Washington Post
Melania Trump on Friday named a senior manager at Washington's Trump International Hotel to serve as chief usher of the White House. Timothy Harleth, who worked for Mandarin Oriental hotels in D.C. and New York before joining one of the Trumps' ...
First lady recruits Trump hotel employee to be White House chief usherCBS News
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Thunderbird F-16 Military Jet Flips Over at Dayton, Ohio, Air Show Practice
Emergency crews were on scene at Ohio's Dayton International Airport on Friday afternoon after reports that a military jet ran off the runway and flipped over during a practice for an air show. The U.S. Air Force confirmed its famed Thunderbirds were ...
Thunderbirds will not fly Saturday, will evaluate SundayWDTN
F-16 Thunderbird crashes, flips over at Dayton International AirportCBS News
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