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Sessions: No plans to resign after Trump criticism
Politico
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Thursday he plans to stay on in his current job, even after President Donald Trump harshly criticized him a day earlier for recusing himself from the ongoing Russia investigation. “I plan to continue to do so as ...
Trump's deeply worrisome New York Times interview reveals a lawless presidentWashington Post
First Read's Morning Clips: Donald Trump v. Jeff SessionsNBCNews.com
Trump criticizes Sessions and vents frustration at Russia investigation and leaders of the Justice Department and FBILos Angeles Times
Business Insider -Slate Magazine -The Atlantic -ABC News
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Washington Post

What to expect from the OJ Simpson parole hearing
Washington Post
Sometime Thursday, O.J. Simpson is expected to learn whether the Nevada Board of Parole will vote to free him in the fall or whether he will continue to serve a nine-to-33-year sentence for 12 convictions, including kidnapping and armed robbery ...
OJ Simpson Parole Hearing: Will the Nevada Board of Parole Grant His Freedom?NBCNews.com
Before OJ Simpson parole hearing, Ron Goldman's family says they may never see justiceABC News
F. Lee Bailey says he hopes OJ Simpson is granted paroleThe Boston Globe
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CNN

Police: 2 African teens reported missing crossed into Canada
CNN
Washington (CNN) Two of the six teenagers who were reported missing while visiting Washington for an international robotics competition have crossed into Canada, police said Thursday. The six teens represented Burundi, a small country in East Africa, ...
Teens from African robotics team reported missing in WashingtonWashington Post
Teens from Burundi robotics team go missing in USBBC News
2 missing Burundi teens entered Canada; no foul play suspectedMinneapolis Star Tribune
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BBC News

Justine Damond shooting: Minneapolis police ambush claim 'ludicrous'
BBC News
A lawyer for the family of an Australian woman shot dead by police in Minneapolis says suggestions officers feared an ambush were "ludicrous". Robert Bennett said Justine Damond was in her pyjamas when she approached them and "was not a threat to ...
Cop's family implies shooting of Australian woman was a mistakeUSA TODAY
The Latest: Australian woman's family hires Castile attorneyWashington Post
Officer in Damond shooting doesn't have to talk to BCAKARE
St. Cloud Times -Patheos (blog) -The Australian -NZCity
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New York Times

India Elects President From Caste Once Known as 'Untouchables'
New York Times
Ram Nath Kovind in New Delhi last month. He was elected India's 14th president on Thursday. Credit Tsering Topgyal/Associated Press. NEW DELHI — A Dalit was elected India's 14th president on Thursday, a rare achievement for a member of a community ...
India elects Ram Nath Kovind, a member of 'untouchable' class, as presidentUSA TODAY
India low caste leader elected president in boost for Modi coalitionReuters
India's new president rose from poverty to high officeWashington Post
NBCNews.com -Townhall -CNN -Times of India
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Canadian Official Touches Queen Elizabeth in Possible Royal Protocol Breach
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LONDON — Canada's Governor General David Johnston caused a media storm in Britain after he gently touched Queen Elizabeth II in an apparent breach of royal protocol. "Governor-General breaks royal protocol by TOUCHING the Queen" screamed a ...
No touching: Canadian Governor-General breaks protocol with hand on Queen ElizabethNew York Daily News
Regal rules: The dos and don'ts for meeting the QueenBBC News
Canada Governor General touches the Queen in breach of royal protocol 'to ensure she didn't slip'Evening Standard
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Where President Trump's Agenda Stands, Six Months In
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Six months into his term, President Donald Trump has made little progress on the big goals that got him elected and the issues voters said set him apart. The president, for his part, routinely points to the number of bills he's signed as well as a ...

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