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John Oliver makes an impassioned case for vaccinating kids, with only a brief dig at Trump  

There used to be a time when American parents would line up to vaccinate their kids like vaccines were the latest iPhone, John Oliver said on Sunday's Last Week Tonight. But despite vaccines saving millions of lives, "small groups are both skeptical and vocal about vaccines, which is nothing new, but these days their voice has been amplified by the human megaphone that is the president of the United States." He showed some of President Trump's comments on the campaign trail, and subsequent twee

2017-06-26 06:29:25
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The ghostly loneliness of Greece's roadside shrines  

The winding, mountainous roads of rural southern Greece are dotted with small boxy structures. Sometimes elaborate, sometimes simple, these cross-topped edifices are ghostly reminders of lives lost too soon. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris) Greece has the sixth-highest automobile fatality rate in the European Union. In 2016, 804 people died in car crashes, and more than 13,000 were injured, according to The Associated Press. Greece's geography is partially to blame. Mountains cover some 80 perc

2017-06-26 06:20:52
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Kill the private health insurance industry before it kills you  

The private health insurance industry needs to be killed. And the weapon of its demise is obvious: Medicare for all. Before ObamaCare, the fact that private markets are horribly ill-suited to deliver health insurance was obvious. Unlike home or car insurance, very sick people can virtually never afford to pay the premiums necessary to cover their care. Back then, one of dozens of pre-existing conditions and a lapse in coverage meant you were virtually un-insurable. (For example, if you were pre

2017-06-26 05:25:56
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Pregnancy is not a disease  

About once a week, I have to dump a half gallon of cold water on my face and remind myself that in this country pregnancy is considered a disease. Only seven years ago, this grotesque perspective was maintained by health insurance companies, who were free to deny coverage to expectant mothers or "women likely to become pregnant" (whatever that means) with impunity the way they would a heavy smoker. It's nice to know that the Republican paste-up job revision of the Affordable Care Act will proba

2017-06-26 05:13:58
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McConnell allies give him better-than-even odds of getting his GOP health-care bill passed this week  

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) wants the Senate to pass his health-care bill this week, before the July 4 break, and the next couple of days will be a test of his strategy to craft a major overhaul of the U.S. health-care system in secret and spring it on the Senate with no public hearings. He can afford to lose only two Republicans, and five have said they won't vote yes on the current version of the bill, with at least three others expressing strong reservations. Republican se

2017-06-26 05:10:43
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This basketball team is only open to women 80 years and up  

The San Diego Splash women's basketball team may not win every game, but the players — all above 80 years old — always have a good time. The team is part of the Senior Women's Basketball Association, a nonprofit that puts together teams made up of women older than 50. The San Diego Splash is made up of the oldest women in the league, and as they told ESPNW, "if you can stand up and move your legs, you're welcome." The teams play 30-minute games, three on three, on a half court. Some

2017-06-26 04:53:32
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How the Democrats blew the health-care fight  

There are many remarkable things about the Senate's version of TrumpCare, which finally went public last Thursday. Chief among them is how the bill was written up: in almost total secrecy, amidst an almost total lack of news coverage. "It was omitted from all the places most Americans get their news — television, print, and online front pages — until the past few days," lamented Brian Beutler of The New Republic. Activists and a few brave media souls spent several weeks in May and June tryi...

2017-06-26 04:24:19
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Can Orphan Black escape its tangled morality?  

Five seasons in, BBC America's Orphan Black has had so many reshuffles that it's tough to keep track of anything — up to and including what good and evil mean at this point. The flip side of Simon Frontenac's brutal question to Alison — what is your value? — is the one posed by Alison's minister: What are your values? It's a question several characters on the show are asking as this remarkable series starts to wrap up. "Sarah, I have lost my line right now," says Art, the clone's cop all...

2017-06-26 04:12:06
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These 'food computers' can maximize the deliciousness of your vegetables  

Researchers are using artificially intelligent greenhouses to grow vegetables for maximum deliciousness, said Adele Peters at Fast Company. MIT Media Lab has developed "food computers" that constantly adjust their internal climate to find the perfect combination of light, humidity, and nutrients for the specific crop growing inside. The resulting "climate recipes" can be tweaked to make vegetables tastier by boosting a plant's production of specific flavor molecules. Food computers could also m

2017-06-26 03:58:44
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Hairdresser travels around the world to give the homeless free haircuts  

Toting a backpack with scissors, a razor, clips, a comb, and a styling cape, Joshua Coombes is traveling around the world, giving free haircuts to homeless men and women. The 30-year-old London hairdresser gets to know his homeless clientele as he works, and he shares their stories on his Instagram stream, tagging them with #DoSomethingForNothing. "When you cut someone's hair, it is about trust," Coombes told The Washington Post. He's found that clients get comfortable and "tell us everything.

2017-06-26 03:23:40
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John Oliver warns against trusting skeptical GOP senators to sink the new health-care bill  

Last week, President Trump insisted that, contrary to his earlier suggestion, he did not tape his conversations with former FBI Director James Comey. And his elaboration on the topic, in an interview on Fox News, was a word-salad masterpiece, John Oliver marveled on Sunday's Last Week Tonight. "Whenever Trump talks, it's like cross between a lottery machine that spits outs words and a Speak-and-Spell that just fell into a toilet." In just a few sentences, Trump somehow managed to validate Comey

2017-06-26 03:16:09
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How to save for retirement if you don't have a full-time job  

For many Americans, 9-to-5 corporate culture is losing its appeal: Nearly one in three working Americans (that's 54 million people!) are freelancers or independent workers, according to the Freelancers Union. It's easy to see why — the benefits of self-employment for both individuals and corporations are numerous. But while it's hard to beat the autonomy of being your own boss, one glaring deficit is the lack of an easily accessible, employment-sponsored retirement plan. Even if you aren't a ...

2017-06-26 03:16:07
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Jared Kushner finalized $285 million 'bad boy' loan with Deutsche Bank a month before Trump's election  

Jared Kushner, President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, secured a $285 million loan from Deutsche Bank, Trump's biggest known lender and at the time under investigation for allegedly allowing Russian money laundering, in October 2016, a month before Trump's election, The Washington Post reports. The Kushner loan was part of a refinancing deal for four retail floors of the former New York Times building off Times Square in Manhattan, and Kushner did not list the loan or his personal guar

2017-06-26 02:55:05
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Trump, India's Modi to meet Monday in Washington  

On Monday, President Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet in Washington, D.C., with the pair engaging in one-on-one talks, followed by remarks to the media — without taking any questions — and a working dinner. Trump and Modi do not agree on major issues like trade or the Paris climate agreement — Trump has said India negotiated in an unsavory way to ensure the country receives billions of dollars in aid — but a Trump administration official told Reuters they both hav...

2017-06-26 02:41:53
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Why celebrities can't stop, won't stop — even when they briefly stop  

Six short years ago, LCD Soundsystem said goodbye. The dance-punk band played a sold-out farewell show at Madison Square Garden in April 2011. A box-set recording of that multi-hour concert, (now ironically) titled The Long Goodbye, was released. There was a documentary in which frontman James Murphy cried. A "small shrine" to the band was erected in a Williamsburg record store. It's since become clear that this was all for naught. The band first poked its head out with a single released last C

2017-06-26 02:15:33
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Pro-ISIS messages appear on Ohio government websites  

Anyone who checked the website of Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) on Sunday morning would have been surprised to find a pro-Islamic State message. Ohio Governor John Kasich's website was hacked Sunday, displaying what appeared to be pro-ISIS propaganda pic.twitter.com/68bTq1KdtL — CNN (@CNN) June 25, 2017 The Ohio Department of Administrative Services said 10 state websites and two servers were affected, and law enforcement is investigating how they were hacked. Kasich's...

2017-06-26 01:47:43
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Report: Moscow recalling ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak  

Russia's ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Kislyak, has been recalled back to Moscow, three people with information on the situation told BuzzFeed News. Kislyak has been embroiled in the FBI and congressional investigations into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials during and after the 2016 presidential election; President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner, former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions have all

2017-06-26 01:31:32
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Can Silicon Valley survive without Erhlich Bachman?  

What will happen to Silicon Valley without Erhlich Bachman? The HBO series ended its fourth season with a familiar reset that's by now become a pattern: Richard Hendricks emerges from a near-catastrophe flush with offers. He uses that narrow victory to declare war on Gavin Belson (who's just recovered from a catastrophe of his own). When these two prickly egomaniacs face off, Erhlich — long the greatest egomaniac on the show — becomes collateral damage. Richard asks whether Erhlich ever mad...

2017-06-26 01:24:57
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Air bag maker Takata files for bankruptcy  

Takata, the Japanese air bag maker whose defective air bag inflators were responsible for at least 16 deaths and 180 injuries, has filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States and Japan. The company said most of its assets will be purchased by a Michigan-based rival, Key Safety Systems. Numerous lawsuits were filed over Takata's faulty inflators, which would explode with too much force and send shrapnel flying, spurring the largest automotive recall in U.S. history.

2017-06-25 19:47:17
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9 dead, dozens missing after tourist boat sinks in Colombia  

A tourist boat carrying around 150 people sank near Medellin, Colombia, on Sunday, killing at least nine people and leaving dozens more missing. The accident took place at the Guatape-El Peñol reservoir, a popular spot for vacations. Witnesses told El Tiempo newspaper the boat, named the El Almirante, broke apart, and the captain ordered the passenger to all go on one side. Rescued passengers also said they were not provided life vests, and the boat was loaded to its maximum capacity. Two Gua...

2017-06-25 16:49:52
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Watch Trump preach bipartisanship while attacking Democrats in this Fox interview  

President Trump advocated bipartisanship while attacking his partisan opponents in a Fox & Friends interview Sunday. "One of the things that should be solved — but it probably won't be — is that Republicans and Democrats don't get together," Trump said. "And I'm open arms [to Democrats], but I don't see that happening." Trump turned to the subject of the embattled GOP health-care bill currently under consideration in the Senate to expand on his point. "It would be so great if Democr

2017-06-25 14:42:39
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Rand Paul says 'there's no way the Republican bill brings down premiums'  

Republican supporters of the GOP legislation to replace ObamaCare are making promises they can't deliver, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said Sunday on ABC's The Week. "The fundamental flaw of ObamaCare," Paul argued, "was that it added regulations to insurance, mandates which made insurance more expensive, but then it also told individuals, 'You know what, if you don't want to buy now, you can wait and buy [insurance] after you're sick.'" The problem with the GOP health-care bill currently under devel

2017-06-25 14:23:02
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1. Conservative opponents of the GOP's health-care proposal in the Senate labeled the ObamaCare replacement package "ObamaCare lite," but the bill is taking fire from the center and left, too. A group of moderate Republican senators are raising concerns about proposed Medicaid changes that would decrease federal funding for their states, while progressive critics warn the legislation could produce a "death spiral" in insurance markets. President Trump fired back on Twitter Saturday, noting Obama

2017-06-25 13:56:09
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Senate health-care bill faces broad opposition as moderate Republicans waver  

Conservative Republican opponents of the GOP's health-care proposal in the Senate have labeled the ObamaCare replacement package "ObamaCare lite," but the bill is taking fire from the center and left, too. A group of moderate Republican senators are raising concerns about proposed Medicaid changes that would mean significantly less federal funding in their states. The fifth Republican senator to announce his opposition to the bill, Nevada's Dean Heller, specifically cited Medicaid in his Friday

2017-06-25 13:56:06
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The children haunted by 12 seconds of gunfire  

Recess had finally started, so Ava Olsen picked up her chocolate cupcake, then headed outside toward the swings. And that's when the 7-year-old saw the gun. It was black and in the hand of someone the first-graders on the playground would later describe as a thin, towering figure with wispy blond hair and angry eyes. Dressed in dark clothes and a baseball cap, he had just driven up in a Dodge Ram. It was 1:41 on a balmy, blue-sky afternoon in late September of last year, and Ava's class was jus

2017-06-25 12:49:37
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An oil tanker exploded in Pakistan and killed 153 people  

An oil tanker overturned and exploded in Pakistan Sunday, killing 153 people and leaving dozens more injured, including around 50 in critical condition. About 20 children are among the dead. The truck tipped over on a highway after it blew out a tire, local officials said. A crowd gathered to collect the spilling fuel, putting them close to the truck when it exploded nearly an hour later. "I have never seen anything like it in my life. Victims trapped in the fireball. They were screaming for he

2017-06-25 12:41:04
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For sale: 7 properties for boat enthusiasts  

Pottsboro, Texas. This four-bedroom modern home provides direct lake access with a boat slip. The open-layout home features a wall of windows, roll-up doors, and water views from most rooms. A deck off the main living space has low-profile wire railings and overlooks the water. The 2-acre lot includes a lawn with a fire pit, mature trees, and a stone wall. $1,600,000. Lainie Ramsey, Homes by Lainie Real Estate Group, (903) 624-0688. Duck, Florida. Designed in the style of a Mediterranean vi

2017-06-25 09:45:57
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GOP senator says 'there's no way we should be voting' on the health-care bill this week  

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) has announced he'll vote "no" on the GOP health-care bill in its current form — but he doesn't want to cast that vote this coming week. "We don't have enough information. I don't have the feedback from constituencies who will not have had enough time to review the Senate bill," he said Sunday in an interview on NBC's Meet the Press. Johnson said he would like to delay the vote if possible. "I have been encouraging leadership, the White House, anybody I can talk t

2017-06-25 08:49:30
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Alain Mabanckou's 6 favorite books  

The Shameful State by Sony Labou Tansi (Indiana Univ., $20). Tansi's The Shameful State, originally published in French in 1981, was a novel that had a real impact on my generation, because its author dared to criticize postcolonial dictatorships. Gabriel García Marquez's influence is tangible in this tale of a despot who rises to power in an unnamed African nation, but the farcical and jubilant tone is truly Congolese. Jazz and Palm Wine by Emmanuel Dongala (Indiana Univ., $20). Dongala's ...

2017-06-25 08:49:27
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18 wildfires are burning across the American West  

No less than 18 large wildfires are burning in the West and Southwest regions of the U.S., aggravated by extreme heat and lack of rain. The two largest blazes are in Utah and Arizona, but there are also fires in California, New Mexico, Nevada, and Oregon. Incredible photos from the #BrianHeadFire . Special thanks @UtahWildfire & @USFSDNF , photos courtesy Matt Lancaster, USFS. #utwx #utfire pic.twitter.com/4QJZgJilMl — NWS Salt Lake City (@NWSSaltLakeCity) June 22, 2017 Wildfires have burne...

2017-06-25 04:59:15
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Koch network leader opposes health-care bill for not being conservative enough  

The health-care proposal to replace ObamaCare expected to come to a vote in the Senate this week is insufficiently conservative, said Tim Phillips, president of Americans For Prosperity, a political outfit in the Koch brothers' network, in an Associated Press report published Sunday. Phillips said the Koch network is "disappointed that movement has not been more dramatic toward a full repeal or a broader rollback of this law, ObamaCare," labeling the Senate bill "a slight nip and tuck" of curre

2017-06-25 04:35:08
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A white police officer shot an off-duty black police officer in St. Louis  

A black St. Louis, Missouri, police officer was shot by a colleague while off duty this week, an encounter in which the injured officer's lawyer says race was a factor. "In the police report you have so far, there is no description of a threat [the shooter] received," said attorney Rufus J. Tate Jr. in a local news interview. "So we have a real problem with that. But this has been a national discussion for the past two years. There is this perception that a black man is automatically feared." T

2017-06-25 03:46:25
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Watch Arnold Schwarzenegger and Emmanuel Macron team up to jab Trump  

Former governor of California (and Terminator star) Arnold Schwarzenegger teamed up with new French President Emmanuel Macron to take a swipe at President Trump on environmental issues Friday. I was truly honored to meet with President @EmmanuelMacron about how we can work together for a clean energy future. He's a great leader. pic.twitter.com/MSoxjIruup — Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) June 23, 2017 "I'm here with President Macron. We are talking about the environmental issues and a green futu...

2017-06-24 13:55:44
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U.S., China reaffirm cooperation for 'irreversible' North Korean denuclearization  

The United States and China have reaffirmed their mutual commitment to "strive for the complete, verifiable, and irreversible denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula," Chinese state media agency Xinhua reported Saturday. The statement comes after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Defense Secretary James Mattis hosted Chinese diplomats in Washington in an attempt to reach consensus on how to deal with increasing provocation from Pyongyang. Tillerson indicated earlier this week he is asking C

2017-06-24 12:19:50
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The London apartment fire was aggravated by misused combustible construction materials  

Builders misused a combustible cladding to cover the sides of London's Grenfell Tower, the apartment building where 79 people were killed in a massive fire last week, Reuters reported Saturday. The material was intended for buildings a maximum of 10 meters tall, about the height of firefighters' ladders; Grenfell was more than six times that height. Email correspondence reveals the cladding manufacturer, Arconic, sold the siding knowing it would be used inappropriately. "While we publish genera

2017-06-24 12:15:33
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Qatar rejects Arab states' 13 demands  

The tiny Gulf nation of Qatar has rejected a list of 13 demands issued by Saudi Arabia and other neighboring Arab states Thursday as a condition for restoring diplomatic ties. The Saudi-led group of countries isolating Qatar claims the country is supporting terrorism, an allegation Qatar denies. Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani said in a statement the demands should have been "reasonable and actionable" as well as "measured and realistic," quoting comments from t

2017-06-24 11:16:56
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More than 140 people likely buried in deadly Chinese landslide  

A devastating landslide is believed to have buried more than 140 people in southwest China on Saturday, local officials reported. The landslide occurred in a mountainous region of Sichuan province, with tons of rocks — estimated to be enough to fill 3,000 Olympic-sized swimming pools — pouring down on top of 46 homes in Xinmo village around 6 a.m. local time. #UPDATE Chinese rescuers search for more than 140 people feared buried by landslide in southern province of #Sichuan https://t.co/Wu...

2017-06-24 09:21:41
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Joe Biden reportedly got into a tiff with financier Bill Ackman, called him a 'wiseass'  

At a dinner during the SkyBridge Alternatives (SALT) Conference last month, former Vice President Joe Biden reportedly ripped into financier Bill Ackman in a way that only Biden can. The scuffle between Biden and the man known for his losing bets on Herbalife stock apparently started after former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) asked Biden why he didn't run for president in 2016, Fox Business reported: Biden explained that part of the decision stemmed from the death of his son Beau Biden, who died of

2017-06-24 06:26:35
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2017-06-24 06:24:15
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What to know before you rent your home on Airbnb  

Here are three of the week's top pieces of financial advice, gathered from around the web: Homework for Airbnb hostsRenting out your home on sites like Airbnb this summer may be a good way to earn extra income, but it isn't risk-free money, said Darla Mercado at CNBC. Homeowners who aren't careful can end up "on the wrong side" of local zoning regulations or their homeowners association. In other scenarios, homeowners insurance may not pay for damage caused by guests or if someone gets hurt on

2017-06-24 06:10:54
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Democrats are criticizing Obama's 'inadequate,' 'slap on the wrist' Russia response  

Congressional Democrats have leveled criticism at former President Obama following The Washington Post's Friday publication of a comprehensive report detailing the Obama administration's reactions to mounting evidence of Russian election meddling in 2016. Obama's response "was inadequate," said Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.). "I think [the administration] could have done a better job informing the American people of the extent of the attack." Rep. Jim Himes (D-Conn.), who serves on the House Int

2017-06-24 06:01:46
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Military heads request 6-month review period before allowing transgender people to enlist  

The heads of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps will seek a six-month review period before letting transgender people enlist in their respective branches, the Associated Press reported Friday. Former Defense Secretary Ash Carter ended a ban on transgender service members last fall, although the military chiefs had until July 1 to decide on how policies around new transgender members would be implemented. "Officials said Friday that the chiefs believe the extra half-year would give the

2017-06-24 05:27:58
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Rumors are swirling that another Supreme Court justice may retire soon  

Monday begins the Supreme Court's final week before its current term ends and summer break begins. SCOTUS is expected to hand down several major decisions in the next few days — among them its ruling on President Trump's stalled travel ban — but rumors are swirling that this Monday could see a retirement announcement from Justice Anthony Kennedy, too. "Sources close to Kennedy say that he is seriously considering retirement," CNN reported Saturday, though "they are unclear if it could occur...

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Former Obama defense official says Russian election meddling is 'the political equivalent of 9/11'  

Russian interference in the 2016 election "is really the political equivalent of 9/11 — it is deadly, deadly serious," said former Undersecretary of Defense Michael Vickers, who served in the Obama administration, in an NBC News interview Saturday. "The Russians will definitely be back, given the success they had," he added. "I don't see much evidence of a response." Vickers' comments come one day after The Washington Post's comprehensive report detailing former President Obama's inaction in ...

2017-06-24 04:55:44
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How Vladimir Putin weaponized the internet  

Vladimir Putin's regime is weaponizing the internet to sow chaos, confusion, and discord across the West. Here's everything you need to know: What is Russia doing?It's conducting a global disinformation campaign of unprecedented scope. Russia's interference in last year's U.S. election — when hackers stole and released emails from high-profile Democrats — wasn't an isolated incident. Kremlin-linked hackers have been active in French and German elections, promoting far-right parties. They ar...

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The week's best photojournalism  

Girls stand in monsoon rains beside laundry in New Delhi, India. | (REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton) People participate in a yoga class during an annual Solstice event in Times Square in New York. | (REUTERS/Lucas Jackson) Firefighters battle a blaze near the village of Sandinha in central Portugal. | (EPA/PAULO NOVAIS) A training ship of the Peruvian Navy, part of Rendez-Vous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta, is docked in Boston. | (EPA/JOHN CETRINO) A ceremony marking the National Day of the Disappeared

2017-06-24 04:30:31
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This radio host resigned after being told he couldn't pummel Trump on air  

A Pennsylvania radio host resigned after his bosses ordered him to stop criticizing President Trump. WTPA's Bruce Bond said his general manager told him "it is not permissible on WTPA airwaves to talk disrespectfully of the president," and that angry listeners had threatened "advertiser boycotts." Bond chose to quit, saying he couldn't "walk on eggshells" every time politics or Trump came up.

2017-06-24 04:22:08
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5th Republican senator comes out against GOP health-care bill  

On Friday, a fifth Republican came out against the Senate's version of the GOP health-care bill. Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.) said that "in this form," he would "not support" the Senate plan to repeal and replace ObamaCare. "There isn't anything in this bill that would lower premiums," Heller said, calling claims otherwise a "lie." Four other Republicans — Sens. Rand Paul (Ky.), Mike Lee (Utah), Ted Cruz (Texas), and Ron Johnson (Wis.) — announced they would not support the bill shortly after ...

2017-06-24 04:18:52
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The Week contest: Odd couple  

This week's question: Former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson recently posted a passionate online love letter to Julian Assange, gushing that the WikiLeaks founder's "bravery and courage" make him sexy. If Hollywood were to make a romantic comedy about this unlikely couple, what should it title the film? Click here for the results of last week's contest: Dog house How to enter: Submissions should be emailed to contest@theweek.com. Please include your name, address, and daytime telephone number for

2017-06-24 04:11:58
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Senate Judiciary Committee opens probe into Loretta Lynch and her 'alleged political interference'  

The Senate Judiciary Committee announced Friday that it is expanding its probe into Russia's influence over the 2016 election to include an investigation of the firing of FBI Director James Comey and, by extension, former President Barack Obama's attorney general, Loretta Lynch, and her "alleged political interference," CBS News reports. The committee is interested in a New York Times article from April that cited a hacked Russian intelligence memo that quoted a Democratic operative as "express

2017-06-24 03:50:44
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The House Oversight Committee will not pursue investigation of Trump and Russia  

With House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) counting the days until he can head home to Utah, chairman-in-waiting Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) is walking into what has the potential to be a powder keg. But on Friday, Gowdy announced the committee will not investigate Russia's role in the 2016 election or President Trump's possible obstruction of justice, Politico reports. Throughout the spring, Chaffetz navigated an investigation into Trump's former national security adviser, Mi

2017-06-24 03:28:54
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Just 50 percent of Republicans believe Trump over Comey  

Americans are twice as likely to believe former FBI Director James Comey over President Trump, a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released Friday found. Forty-five percent of Americans say they are likelier to believe Comey's version of his encounters with Trump regarding the Russia probe, while 22 percent said they're more likely to believe Trump's. Another 21 percent said they believed neither Trump nor Comey, and 8 percent said they believed both men. Trump has vehemently denied details

2017-06-24 03:18:08
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The U.K. Parliament has been hit with a cyberattack  

The U.K.'s Houses of Parliament were hit with a cyberattack Friday evening consisting of "unauthorized attempts to access parliamentary user accounts," a representative of Parliament said Saturday. Members of Parliament were informed of the situation Friday night when they had difficulty accessing their email accounts remotely. "We are continuing to investigate this incident and take further measures to secure the computer network," the representative said. "We have systems in place to protect

2017-06-24 02:56:15
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These loafers transition perfectly from business to casual  

All loafers are easy to slip on, but the Loewe Slip-On Loafer ($690) tears down the shoe's last wall of resistance. Under new creative director Jonathan Anderson, the Madrid-based fashion house has devised a crushable back so the wearer doesn't have to bother slipping a heel in when a full-dressed look isn't required. The front of the men's version is made of calfskin or crocodile, and the rear of soft deerskin that can be stepped on over and over — "perfect for the quick-change act you have ...

2017-06-24 02:07:03
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The White House barred cameras from today's press briefing so all you get is this sketch  

CNN has a new weapon in the ongoing war between the media and the White House: a court room sketch artist. On Friday, the press was banned from bringing cameras into the daily briefing with White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, so CNN sent its sketch artist, Bill Hennessy, to illustrate the scene. "Some conservative media voices dismissed it as a stunt," CNN writes, "but CNN argued that the sketch session did serve a journalistic purpose, in the same way that courtroom sketches do. CNN equat

2017-06-24 01:57:29
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A high school valedictorian had his mic cut off mid-speech for criticizing the administration  

A Pennsylvania high school valedictorian had his microphone cut off in the middle of his speech when he began criticizing the school's "authoritative nature." Peter Butera received a standing ovation from fellow students when the principal ordered him off the stage for saying that administrators suppressed student expression. "Cutting the microphone," Butera said, "proved my point to be true."

2017-06-24 01:38:57
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1. The Washington Post on Friday published a comprehensive report of the Obama administration's inaction in the face of mounting evidence that Russia severely affected the U.S. presidential election last year. "It is the hardest thing about my entire time in government to defend," one senior Obama administration official confessed. "I feel like we sort of choked." The administration's response is depicted as frustratingly hesitant, even as the severity of Russia's actions became impossible to ig

2017-06-24 01:34:40
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9 brutally hilarious cartoons on the Democrats' disarray  

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2017-06-24 01:29:58
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Is Amazon too big?  

The smartest insight and analysis, from all perspectives, rounded up from around the web: Grocery shopping may never be the same, said Davey Alba at Wired. Amazon took a giant leap forward in its quest to become the "Everything Store" last week with its $13.7 billion, all-cash acquisition of Whole Foods. The deal, Amazon's biggest ever, isn't necessarily a surprise. Amazon "has been trying to crack the food delivery business for a decade." But while the online retailer has arguably perfected th

2017-06-24 01:01:43
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Nebraska Democratic Party official caught on tape wishing Steve Scalise 'was dead'  

A Nebraska Democratic Party official was captured on tape saying he was "glad" House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) was shot during practice for the Congressional Baseball Game last week, Nebraska.TV reports. "I wish he was [expletive] dead," said the official, identified as technology chairman Phil Montag. Scalise's condition improved to "fair" on Wednesday; he had arrived at the hospital in critical condition. Scalise suffered fractured bones, internal bleeding, and extensive damage to h

2017-06-23 14:49:14
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Trump blasts Mueller over 'bothersome' friendship with Comey  

On Friday, Fox & Friends aired the first televised, in-person interview President Trump has given in six weeks. In it, Trump praised progress on health care, claiming that "I've done in five months what other people haven't done in years," and blamed the Obama administration's "unmasking and surveillance" for his threat to former FBI Director James Comey about tapes of their conversations. "My story didn't change," said Trump, who confessed Thursday he had no tapes. "My story was always a strai

2017-06-23 13:08:53
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5 explosive details from The Washington Post's damning report on the Russia hacking  

On Friday, The Washington Post published an extraordinary, comprehensive report of the Obama administration's actions in the face of mounting evidence that Russia severely affected the U.S. presidential election last year. "It is the hardest thing about my entire time in government to defend," one senior Obama administration official confessed. Read some of the biggest revelations below and the full report here. 1. The initial August 2016 intelligence report that linked Putin directly to a cyb

2017-06-23 10:48:56
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Sean Spicer explains Trump lied about tapes to make Comey think he'd 'better tell the truth'  

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer made an on-camera appearance Friday on Fox News to discuss President Trump's recent admission that he has no tapes of his conversations with former FBI Director James Comey. Spicer denied Democrats' claims that Trump had falsely indicated on Twitter that he'd recorded his conversations with Comey to "intimidate" the FBI director. Spicer said that actually, by making these claims, Trump was pursuing his truth-finding mission — not, say, lying to coer

2017-06-23 10:42:28
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The coming crisis  

This is the editor's letter in the current issue of The Week magazine. The most telling aspect of a crazed partisan's 50-round assault on Republican lawmakers last week was that it was not all that surprising. Horrifying, yes. Shocking, no. Mass shootings have become as commonplace in this country as wildfires; partisan hatred has reached a fever pitch unseen since the 1960s, and perhaps the 1850s. Millions of people despise the other political tribe with a visceral passion, and the other tribe

2017-06-23 09:42:48
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For the first time ever, SpaceX aims to launch 2 rockets in just 3 days  

Elon Musk's SpaceX will launch a refurbished Falcon 9 rocket from Florida's Kennedy Space Center's launch pad Friday afternoon, marking its first of two planned rocket launches over just three days. On Sunday, SpaceX plans to launch a new Falcon 9 rocket, this one from California's Vandenberg Air Force Base. The rocket launching Friday will carry a communications satellite for Bulgarian TV service provider, Bulsatcom; the rocket Sunday will carry 10 satellites for the American company Iridium C

2017-06-23 05:59:59
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Does Republicans' 'Better Care' act make health care better? This GOP senator says 'it depends on how you define better.'  

In an interview Friday on Fox & Friends, Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) refused to say whether Senate Republicans' new health-care bill, called the Better Care Reconciliation Act, actually makes the nation's health-care system better. Fox & Friends host Steve Doocy noted that the Senate bill, which was unveiled Thursday, "gets rid of a lot of taxes." "Ultimately it's got to be cheaper and it's got to be better," Doocy said. "Is it?" Cassidy agreed that it was cheaper, but he wouldn't say whether it

2017-06-23 05:45:52
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Obama and Trump both promised peace. They delivered war.  

There's an old political joke that goes like this: "They told me that if I voted for Goldwater, we'd be at war in Vietnam within a year. Well sure enough, I voted for Goldwater and now a year later we're at war in Vietnam!" Everything old is new again. Try this one: "They told me that if I voted for Clinton, we'd be at war with Syria within a year. Well sure enough, I voted for Clinton and less than a year later, we're at war in Syria!" Before President Trump took office, he didn't want to inte

2017-06-23 05:44:41
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America's police departments need to stand trial  

I've been thinking about Robocop lately. In that landmark 1987 dystopian satire by Paul Verhoeven, the titular character is actually the scrappy B-team's alternative to the main crime-fighting product being developed by the corporation: a terrifying fully-automated peacekeeping machine with obvious military applications being test-driven against America's criminal class. When we meet the ED-209 enforcement droid, though, it fails its first test, in the corporate boardroom. An employee is told t

2017-06-23 05:42:37
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Trump has a 'venting session' about Russia every morning  

Every morning, before he watches the morning news shows, President Trump talks to a member of his outside legal team on the phone about the latest Russia headlines. The Washington Post reported that the 6:30 a.m. phone calls are "part strategy consultation and part presidential venting session," during which Trump's team goes over the latest developments in the Russia probe and talks through "their plan for battling his avowed enemies," which range from the media to Trump's own Justice Departme

2017-06-23 04:56:54
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5-year-old and new neighbor bond over love of doing yardwork  

Brian Kelly is a resourceful five-year-old — when his father, Dan, was deployed overseas in May, he started going next door and asking his neighbor, Dean Cravens, if he would join him in doing some of the same things he used to do with his dad. The Kellys moved to their home in Belleville, Illinois, last July, and Brian and Dan loved doing yardwork together. At first, that's what Brian wanted to do with Cravens. "I thought, 'Well, let's do other things, too,' so we play catch, we'll be shooti...

2017-06-23 04:54:23
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Horrifying report describes extreme torture methods at prisons where American troops interrogate suspected militants  

Senior U.S. defense officials admitted that American troops have been involved in the interrogation of suspected al Qaeda militants in Yemen where horrific, extreme torture is reported to take place in more than a dozen secret prisons, The Associated Press reports. The American officials "denied any participation in or knowledge of human rights abuses," AP adds. Hundreds — perhaps thousands — of men are held in the prison network, which is run by Yemeni forces and by the United Arab Emirate...

2017-06-23 04:52:35
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Qatar given list of demands by neighboring countries to end diplomatic crisis  

Acting as mediator, Kuwait has given Qatar a list of 13 different demands from Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries it must comply with in order to restore diplomatic ties, The Associated Press reports. Earlier this month, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates severed ties with Qatar, alleging the country funds terrorism. They are giving Qatar 10 days to, among other things, pay an unspecified amount in compensation; stop naturalizing citizens from the four countries and e

2017-06-23 04:35:05
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1. The state-owned Qatar Airways is making an unsolicited attempt to buy a 10 percent stake in American Airlines, the U.S. carrier said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Qatar Airways CEO Akbar al-Baker reportedly approached his counterpart at American Airlines about Qatar's interest. The Middle Eastern airline has grown from a small regional carrier to a global competitor with 150 destinations. American has accused Qatar and other Gulf rivals of unfairly fueling their gro

2017-06-23 04:35:04
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7 brutally hilarious cartoons on the Democrats' disarray  

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2017-06-23 04:22:32
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Weekly news quiz: June 23, 2017  

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2017-06-23 03:51:44
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Preet Bharara was concerned by White House phone call, memo shows  

Just a few days before he was fired after refusing to resign, former US Attorney Preet Bharara wrote a memo sharing his concerns about a phone call he received from the White House, BuzzFeed News reports. Using the Freedom of Information Act, BuzzFeed was able to get an email on Thursday that Bharara sent on March 9 to then-deputy Attorney Joon Kim and Bharara's chief counsel, Joan Loughnane, in order to "memorialize certain events of the day." Bharara said he received a voicemail from Trump's

2017-06-23 03:44:55
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Wit and wisdom from Kanye West, Judy Garland, and more  

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2017-06-23 03:22:28
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This week I learned that looking at puppies can save your marriage, and more  

Read more about the facts mentioned: How viewing cute animals can help rekindle marital spark (Science News) Why Phoenix's airplanes can't take off in extreme heat (Wired) Anemonefish dads further fathering research (EurekaAlert!) The thousands of Serengeti wildebeest that drown each year serve a greater purpose (Science Alert)

2017-06-23 03:21:10
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Where are all the missing leftist voters?  

If there's one thing that members of the American left believe as an article of unshakable faith, it's that they constitute the country's true silent majority. You can hear a profession of this faith every time a mainstream Democrat disappoints at the ballot box: "If only socialist Bernie Sanders had been the nominee in 2016, he would have beaten Donald Trump." "If only the corrupt, plutocratic, consultant-heavy, and overly cautious DNC had run true progressives in this year's special elections

2017-06-23 03:20:54
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Trump pretended to kill his VA secretary in the middle of an East Room ceremony  

President Trump was feeling especially jovial as the weekend approached on Friday afternoon, even going so far as to "[pantomime] killing off his veterans affairs secretary should he fail to successfully implement new reforms" during a ceremony in the East Room, The Washington Post writes. President Trump said he had "no doubt" VA Secretary David Shulkin would "properly" implement the Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act, which Trump signed on Friday. But just to be sure he asked, "R

2017-06-23 03:16:46
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Centrist Democrats are now the great defenders of social justice? Please.  

The left half of the American political spectrum is in the middle of a big fight between the left and the center-left, which will surely get more intense as the midterms approach. Much of the battle, writes Franklin Foer in a very long piece at The Atlantic, will be between economic issues and social justice ones: "Two of the party's largest concerns — race and class — reside in an increasing state of tension, a tension that will grow as the party turns toward the next presidential electi...

2017-06-23 02:54:44
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1. Senate Republicans on Thursday released their long-awaited proposal to replace ObamaCare. The 142-page bill includes deep cuts to Medicaid and the elimination of the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate to acquire health insurance. The Republicans' "Better Care Reconciliation Act" also calls for creating a new menu of tax credits to subsidize premiums, and gives states options to drop some of the benefits required under former President Barack Obama's signature health-care reform bill, su

2017-06-23 02:42:17
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The Trump administration is pulling an anti-extremism grant from a group that combats white supremacy  

The Department of Homeland Security is jump-starting a $10 million Obama-era grant program aimed at "countering violent extremism," but it is withdrawing funding from a group that combats white supremacists, Politico Playbook reports. When former DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson announced the program just days before President Trump's inauguration in January, he explained that 31 anti-extremism groups would be getting funding and "among the awardees are organizations devoted specifically to countering

2017-06-23 02:14:47
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The Senate health bill is a scathing indictment of the Republican Party  

Too often, we think of politics as a game, losing ourselves in the personalities and the strategies and the winning and losing. But the reason it matters in the first place is that all of our lives are affected by politics, by who holds power and what decisions they make. And in those decisions, lawmakers reveal themselves. They show us what — and who — is important to them. Republicans and Democrats aren't just opposing teams, like the Yankees and Red Sox. They represent two alternate visi...

2017-06-23 02:06:45
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Trump made Iowans really mad by ranting about wind energy  

President Trump is a little bit obsessed with the evils of wind energy, a topic that did not go over so well at his rally in Iowa earlier this week. "I don't want to just hope the wind blows to light up your house and your factory as the birds fall to the ground," Trump told the crowd. His comment "didn't go over well across Iowa, where the rapid growth of the state's wind energy industry has been a bipartisan success story," The Associated Press writes. It's Friday. How many bald eagles did w

2017-06-23 01:44:28
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Seth Meyers shines a light on Mitch McConnell's health-care bill hypocrisy  

The health-care bill drafted by Senate Republicans finally emerged from behind closed doors on Thursday, and with its cuts to Medicaid to fund tax cuts for the rich, the plan is "breathtakingly cruel," Seth Meyers said. On Thursday's Late Night, Meyers took a closer look at the bill, which Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) wants to have a vote on as early as next week, despite the fact that it was crafted during secretive meetings that were only open to a select group of Republican

2017-06-23 01:44:10
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Trevor Noah thinks Democrats could fight the GOP health-care bill — if only they weren't Democrats  

The way Senate Republicans kept a tight lid on their health-care plan reminded The Daily Show's Trevor Noah of a very famous company that also likes to keep things under wraps — Apple. It almost felt like the "launching of a new iPhone," Noah said Thursday night. "No one knew, there were leaks, we weren't quite sure. And just like Apple, today the Republicans sent out their own turtlenecked leader to reveal the bill." That would be Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who led R

2017-06-23 01:23:35
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The House will vote on 2 major immigration laws next week  

The House will vote on two of President Trump's major immigration-related campaign promises next week, Politico reports. Republicans are bringing Kate's Law to the floor, which would raise penalties for immigrants who attempt to re-enter the United States after deportation, along with the No Sanctuaries for Criminals Act, which would raise penalties on sanctuary cities. Kate's Law didn't make it to the Senate floor last year, but Trump vowed in September to ask Congress to pass the law "to ensu

2017-06-23 01:01:52
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4 Republican senators announce they will not support the GOP health-care bill  

Hours after Republican Senate leadership released a proposal for replacing ObamaCare, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) along with Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah), Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), and Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) announced they would not support their party's bill. "Currently, for a variety of reasons, we are not ready to vote for this bill, but we are open to negotiation," the senators wrote. They added, though, that "it does not appear this draft as written will accomplish the most important promise made t

2017-06-22 17:33:35
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John Oliver, HBO sued by coal company, CEO over Last Week Tonight segment  

An Ohio-based coal company and its CEO are suing Last Week Tonight host John Oliver, HBO, and Time Warner for defamation, claiming on his June 18 show, Oliver executed a "maliciously planned attempt to assassinate the character and reputation" of Robert Murray and Murray Energy. In a suit filed Wednesday in West Virginia, the company accused Oliver and HBO of a "callous, vicious, and false" attack on the coal industry as part of their "most recent attempt to advance their biases against the coa

2017-06-22 15:57:53
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Conservative health-care wonk Avik Roy says the Senate health-care bill could be 'the greatest policy achievement' by a GOP Congress in his lifetime  

As the Senate Republicans' ObamaCare replacement was sending ripples of alarm and anger through the Democratic ranks — and some of the GOP ones, too — conservative health-care wonk Avik Roy was reading. And reading. And reading. After finishing the 142 pages of the "Better Care" act, Roy — who served as Mitt Romney's health-care policy adviser during his 2012 campaign — reached this conclusion: Finished reading the Senate HC bill. Put simply: If it passes, it'll be the greatest polic...

2017-06-22 15:40:19
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Bernie Sanders slams the Senate health bill as 'the most harmful piece of legislation I've seen in my lifetime'  

Senate Republicans finally unveiled their health-care bill Thursday, titled the "Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017." The bill had been drafted in an insular, closed-door process by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), to the point where even many Republican senators expressed frustration over the secrecy. Democrats were quick to condemn the bill, which mirrors much of the legislation that passed the House early last month, promising to end the individual mandate installed by the

2017-06-22 14:33:50
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Elizabeth Warren rips apart Senate Republicans' health-care bill, blasting tax cuts as 'blood money'  

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D) took to the floor Thursday to passionately attack the Republican Senate's ObamaCare replacement, the "Better Care" act. "Senate Republicans wrung some extra dollars out of kicking people off tax credits that help them afford health insurance," Warren said. "They raked in extra cash by letting states drop even more protections and benefits, like maternity care or prescription drug coverage or mental health coverage." "And then they got to the real piggy ba

2017-06-22 14:02:22
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92-year-old gets high school diploma nearly 75 years after internment  

A 92-year-old from Washington state has finally graduated from her old high school. Mary Matsuda Gruenewald was an honors student at Vashon Island High School in 1942 when, like some 120,000 other Japanese-Americans during World War II, she was sent to an internment camp. Matsuda Gruenewald graduated from the camp's makeshift school and went on to become a nurse. But she always wanted her diploma from Vashon. When the school's principal heard her story recently, he invited her to walk in the cl

2017-06-22 13:23:15
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Trevor Noah breaks from humor in heartbreaking monologue about Philando Castile  

Trevor Noah described his reaction to the newly released dash cam footage of the shooting of Philando Castile in a heartbreakingly sober segment of Wednesday's The Daily Show. "I won't lie to you," Noah said. "When I watched this video, it broke me. It just, it broke me." Last week, officer Jeronimo Yanez was ruled "not guilty" for the shooting of Castile, a point that Noah found particularly disturbing. "It’s one thing to have the system against you," he explained. "But when a jury of yo

2017-06-22 13:19:51
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2017 NBA Draft: 76ers select Markelle Fultz with No. 1 overall pick  

The Philadelphia 76ers selected University of Washington guard Markelle Fultz as the first overall pick of the 2017 NBA Draft. The Sixers traded with the Boston Celtics to get the top spot. UCLA's Lonzo Ball was chosen second by the Los Angeles Lakers, while the Celtics, drafting third, picked Duke's Jayson Tatum. The draft is taking place at Barclays Center in Brooklyn; follow along live on ESPN.

2017-06-22 13:05:45
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Protesters storm hallway outside Mitch McConnell's office demanding 'no cuts to Medicaid'  

After Senate Republicans released the text of their health-care bill Thursday, approximately 60 protesters — including several in wheelchairs — stormed the hallway outside Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's office. The sit-in was organized by Arc, a group that "promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities." Protesters with disabilities stage a "die-in" over cuts to Medicaid outside of Sen. Mitch McConnell's office. pic.twitter.com/...

2017-06-22 12:32:12
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Amid criticism, Nancy Pelosi says she's 'confident' most Democrats have her back  

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) isn't bothered by some members of her party criticizing her, following Jon Ossoff's loss Tuesday in Georgia's 6th Congressional district special election. His opponent, Karen Handel, ran more of an anti-Ossoff campaign than pro-Handel, and ran ads linking Ossoff to Pelosi, a liberal from California. This isn't a new GOP tactic, Pelosi said during a press conference Thursday, "and usually, they go after the most effective leader." Two-thirds of the c

2017-06-22 12:25:30
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Here's what you're signing up for when you agree to appear on Bachelor in Paradise  

After securing its first black Bachelorette — and all the positive press that came along with the poise and humor of Rachel Lindsay — the Bachelor franchise nonetheless found itself in the midst of controversy this month after allegations of sexual misconduct shuttered production on its summer spin-off show, Bachelor in Paradise. On Wednesday, CNN Money offered a glimpse at the contract contestants of Bachelor in Paradise sign before appearing on the show, acquired from a "source close to p...

2017-06-22 12:17:50
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Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy declares the Senate health bill 'even dumber' and 'more evil' than the House's  

The Senate Republican health-care bill was released Thursday, revealing its steep cuts to Medicaid and slashing of essential health benefits to the American public. The bill's drafting had been shrouded in secrecy for weeks, to the point that even several Republican senators had expressed frustration with the process. Shortly after the bill was released, Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy (Conn.) admitted to MSNBC that he had only "started to read" the bill, but he nonetheless offered a rather unflat

2017-06-22 12:14:37
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