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New York Times
News Analysis: For Republicans, ‘The Dam Has Broken.’ But For How Long?

Protests outside the White House on Monday night after President Trump’s news conference with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia in Finland.

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CBS News
Former President Obama's full speech in South Africa

The former president spoke out about the "politics of fear" and challenges facing global democracy as he honored late South African leader Nelson Mandela

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CBS News
Tour company involved in lava explosion accused of failing to warn passengers

The U.S. Coast Guard will no longer allow tour boats to get close to Hawaii's Kilauea volcano, after an explosion left 23 tourists hurt. But the company involved is accused of failing to warn passengers about dangerous conditions. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans reports.

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CNBC
Goldman's newly anointed CEO-to-be will get a pay raise

David Solomon will get a pay raise when he steps into the role of CEO at Goldman later this year.

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CNN
Wall Street hits the panic button on Netflix


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CNBC
Asian stocks poised to gain after Fed's Powell gives upbeat comments; dollar firmer

Asian shares looked set to rise, tracking gains seen on Wall Street amid earnings season and following upbeat remarks from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.

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CNN
Amazon Prime Day 2018: Last day to shop!


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Reuters
Suspect in three killings arrested outside Houston

A suspect in the killings of at least three people in a weekend crime spree in the Houston area was arrested on Tuesday, bringing some relief after police warned residents in and around the largest city in Texas to be on "high alert."

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New York Times
Theresa May Narrowly Survives Yet Another ‘Brexit’ Test

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain in Brussels last month. Her Conservative Party has been in ferment since she secured cabinet agreement for a plan to keep some close economic ties to the European Union.

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Voice of America
Jupiter's Moon Count Hits 79; One New Find Is Tiny 'Oddball'

Astronomers are still finding moons at Jupiter, 400 years after Galileo used his spyglass to spot the first ones. The latest discovery of a dozen small moons brings the total to 79, the most of any planet in our solar system. Scientists were looking for objects on the fringes of the solar system last year when they pointed their telescopes close to Jupiter's backyard, according to Scott ...

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New York Times
As Tensions With U.S. Worsen, Europe Courts New Partners

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan met with Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, left, and Jean-Claude Juncker, his counterpart at the European Commission, before signing a far-reaching trade deal in Tokyo on Tuesday.

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Business Insider
A woman was impaled by beach umbrella in freak accident on the Jersey ...

https://www.instagram.com/p/BlTqbZRBTlr/?taken-by=insert4coins A 67-year-old woman was impaled by a beach umbrella on the New Jersey shore. Margaret Reynolds, who was a tourist from the United Kingdom, suffered a serious injury when the metal portion of the umbrella pierced her ankle. Reynolds was taken to Jersey Shore University Medical Center for treatment. Margaret ...

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Reuters
UnitedHealth second quarter medical costs miss estimates, shares slide

UnitedHealth Group Inc, the largest U.S. health insurer, on Tuesday reported second-quarter medical costs slightly higher than Wall Street expectations, sending its shares down 4 percent and weighing on the rest of the sector.

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Sputnik News
US Senate Democrats Demand Probe of Putin-Trump Summit

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Democratic leaders are demanding an open hearing in which Trump administration officials, including the American translator, would explain what transpired in Monday's meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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CBS News
Police officer opens fire through windshield

A police officer in Las Vegas shot right through his cruiser's windshield during high-speed pursuit of two murder suspects, and his body camera captured the chase

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Voice of America
Afghan Officials: IS Bomber Kills 20, Taliban Kill 9 Police

An Islamic State suicide bomber killed 20 people in northern Afghanistan on Tuesday, including a Taliban commander, while in southern Helmand province, a government commando unit freed 54 people from a Taliban-run jail, officials said. In southern Kandahar province, the Taliban attacked a police checkpoint in Arghistan district late on Monday night, ...

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Reuters
Manufacturing, mining power U.S. industrial production

U.S. industrial production increased in June, boosted by a sharp rebound in manufacturing and further gains in mining output, the latest sign of robust economic growth in the second quarter.

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Wall Street Journal
Russia Criticized for Handling of Politkovskaya Probe

The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Russia failed to properly investigate the murder of investigative journalist Anna Politkovskaya, who exposed the brutality and corruption of security forces in Chechnya.

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United Press International
Smartphones may trigger ADHD in teens, study says

Teenagers who constantly use their smartphones may have a heightened risk of developing symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, a new study suggests.

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Reuters
Nicaraguan police surround, attack anti-government stronghold

Nicaraguan security forces on Tuesday moved to clear barricades in a suburb of Masaya, a stronghold of protests against President Daniel Ortega, with rights groups reporting gunfire as police and armed civilians surrounded the area.

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United Press International
Watch: Liz Cambage breaks WNBA’s single-game points record

Dallas Wings center Liz Cambage broke the WNBA's single game record for points scored in a 104-87 win against the New York Liberty Tuesday in Arlington, Texas.

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United Press International
IRS scraps identifying donor information requirement for some organizations

The U.S. Treasury Department and IRS announce certain organizations will no longer be required to provide personally identifiable information about donors.

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Reuters
Trump in the spotlight as Republican Roby faces Alabama runoff test

U.S. Representative Martha Roby, a Republican who spurned Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential race, is fighting for her political life in Alabama on Tuesday in a runoff election against a former Democrat who became a Trump supporter.

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Voice of America
Bullet Wounds and Little Aid for Cameroonians Fleeing Anglophone Conflict

Cameroonians fleeing an increasingly bloody separatist conflict have received little aid as humanitarian agencies struggle to access the area, the United Nations said Tuesday. More than 200,000 people have fled their homes in the volatile western regions since late last year, in addition to at least 21,000 who have fled into Nigeria, said the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). The ...

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CBS News
Cold case murder of 8-year-old girl in 1988 cracked using genealogy sites

"In general we're hoping to get matches that share enough DNA to be at least second to third cousins. If we get that we're in pretty good shape"

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Reuters
Texas Instruments CEO resigns on code of conduct violation

Texas Instruments Inc said on Tuesday that Brian Crutcher had resigned as the company's chief executive officer just six weeks into the role, due to violations of the chipmaker's code of conduct on personal behavior.

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Business Insider
San Francisco's 'poop problem' and homelessness crisis is so dire that the city's new mayor said she saw 'more ...

San Francisco's new mayor, London Breed, toured the city's streets last week and told NBC Bay Area that she found "more feces" strewn across the sidewalks than she'd ever seen. Her findings are a part of a broader issue in the city's homelessness crisis in which 7,499 individuals live on the streets.

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CBS News
Man convicted of hate crime for burning Texas mosque

Marq Vincent Perez, 26, was convicted of a hate crime charge in the arson of a South Texas mosque

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Zero Hedge
Why Is Venezuela Still Sending Subsidized Oil To Cuba?

Authored by Haley Zaremba via Oilprice.com, In the past, oil has accounted for 96 percent of Venezuela's exports and over 40 percent of government revenues. Now, as the nation’s economy continues to crumble amid sanctions, political strife, and low oil prices, Venezuela’s all-important oil production is plummeting. In fact, last month’s production was the lowest in 30 years at 1.5 million barrels a day. ...

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Reuters
United Airlines raises profit forecast, trims capacity ...

United Airlines raised its profit forecast for 2018 on Tuesday, as average fares and traffic both rose and it trimmed capacity expansion in the face of soaring fuel costs.

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Voice of America
Browder: Putin's Mention of Me in Helsinki Shows Sanctions' Bite

None of the questions posed to President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin after their one-on-one meeting in Helsinki mentioned U.S.-born British financier Bill Browder, but Putin singled him out anyway. The Russian leader suggested he would grant special counsel Robert Mueller access to the 12 Russians indicted for meddling in the 2016 U.S. election if Russian investigators could interrogate foreign tax cheats. ...

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The Hill
Pompeo to testify before Senate panel next week

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is expected to face a grilling over the summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Trump.

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CNBC
McConnell warns Russia not to meddle in 2018 elections

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the chamber could consider new sanctions against Russia and warned Russia not to meddle in the U.S. mid-term elections.

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USA Today
Woman allegedly bites off part of victim's nose

A fight between two women in Texas lead to a disturbing conclusion when one of them allegedly bit of a large chunk off the other’s nose and swallowed it. Nathan Rousseau Smith has the story.         

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Breitbart
Swimsuit Model Mara Martin Praised for Breastfeeding on the Catwalk (Video)

Swimsuit model Mara Martin is being praised for breastfeeding her baby while walking on the catwalk during the latest Sports Illustrated fashion show this week.

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Business Insider
Washington Nationals Home Rub Derby promo backfires after Bryce Harper's dominant ...

The Nationals are now selling tickets for $1 because Bryce Harper's Home Run Derby performance would have made them free.

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