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McCain Announces Opposition to Republican Health Bill, Likely Dooming It
New York Times
Senator John McCain, Republican of Arizona, at the Capitol on Monday. Credit Tom Brenner/The New York Times. WASHINGTON — Senator John McCain of Arizona announced on Friday that he would oppose the latest proposal to repeal the Affordable ...
Why McCain screwed the GOP on Obamacare repeal — againPolitico
'Regular order' may have just killed GOP's Obamacare repeal. So what is it?Washington Post
Trump swipes at McCain, says GOP will repeal ObamaCare 'eventually'The Hill
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Russia: Trump and Kim are like 'children in a kindergarten'
BBC News
Russia's foreign minister has likened the war of words between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un to a kindergarten fight between children. The North Korean leader earlier labelled Mr Trump "mentally deranged" and a "dotard" after Mr Trump threatened to ...
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White House Weighs Response to North Korea's ThreatsNew York Times
Trump: North Korea's 'Little Rocket Man' should have been handled long agoThe Hill
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Washington Post

21 states told they were targeted by Russian hackers during 2016 election
Washington Post
The Department of Homeland Security contacted election officials in 21 states Friday to notify them that they had been targeted by Russian government hackers during the 2016 election. Three months ago, DHS officials said that people connected to the ...
States finally find out: Did Russian hackers target them?Politico
Russians tried to hack election systems of 21 states in 2016, officials sayUSA TODAY
Warner to DHS: 'We have to do better' on notifying states of Russian hack attacksThe Hill
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Los Angeles Times

Dam failure 'imminent' in Puerto Rico after Maria, 70000 urged to evacuate
ABC News
The death toll in storm-battered areas is rising as Hurricane Maria continued to barrel through the Caribbean on Friday, two days after its landfall in Puerto Rico left the U.S. territory battered and in the dark. All available resources are being sent ...
70000 in Puerto Rico urged to evacuate immediately as dam is in 'imminent' danger of failureWashington Post
Facing Months in the Dark, Ordinary Life in Puerto Rico is 'Beyond Reach'New York Times
Failing dam in Puerto Rico triggers evacuations in Maria's wake as death toll expected to climbLos Angeles Times
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Trump, rallying in Alabama, doubts Roy Moore can win against a Democrat
President Donald Trump on Friday cast doubt on Senate candidate Roy Moore's chances of winning the general election in Alabama against a Democratic challenger, while heaping praise on Sen. Luther Strange during a rally in the state. “Luther's going to ...
Ben Carson breaks with Trump, endorses Roy Moore in Alabama Senate nomination raceWashington Post
Trump in Alabama: McCain 'no' on health care 'honestly terrible'CNN
Trump tells Alabama supporters that Luther Strange doesn't know Mitch McConnell 'at all'Chicago Tribune
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Washington Post

Trump administration rescinds Obama-era guidance on campus sexual assault
Washington Post
The Trump administration on Friday withdrew Obama-era guidance on how colleges and universities should respond to sexual violence, giving schools flexibility to use a higher standard of evidence in judging cases and formally shifting the federal stance ...
Betsy DeVos Reverses Obama-era Policy on Campus Sexual Assault InvestigationsNew York Times
Education Department withdraws Obama-era campus sexual assault guidanceCNN
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos replaces Obama-era guidelines for handling sexual assault on campusLos Angeles Times
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Facebook drops no-vote stock plan, Zuck will sell shares to fund philanthropy
Mark Zuckerberg has gotten so rich that he can fund his philanthropic foundation and retain voting control without Facebook having to issue a proposed non-voting class of stock that faced shareholder resistance. Today Facebook announced that it's ...
A power struggle between Facebook and investors just ended with Facebook dropping plans to issue non-voting sharesBusiness Insider
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg drops controversial stock planBBC News
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The Hill

Trump defends Melania for wearing stilettos while traveling to hurricane area
The Hill
President Trump on Friday night defended first lady Melania Trump after she faced criticism for wearing stilettos while en route to flood-damaged Texas last month. Trump's defense of the footwear choice came while critiquing the media during a rally ...
Melania holds first event in garden planted by Michelle ObamaNew York Post
Even Melania Trump's gardening clothes are priceyUSA TODAY
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Washington Post

'James Comey, you're not our homie!': Protesters disrupt ex-FBI director's speech at Howard University
Washington Post
Former FBI director James B. Comey was heckled and jeered throughout a speech Friday at Howard University by a group of protesters chanting “No justice, no peace” in a loud, contentious standoff that didn't end until he finished his remarks. The scene ...
'You're Not Our Homey,' Howard University Protesters Tell Ex-FBI Director James ComeyNPR
The former FBI director spoke at Howard University. It did not go well.CNN
James Comey's Rough Reception at Howard UniversityThe Atlantic
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Los Angeles Times

At least 3000 buildings found damaged in Mexico City as search narrows for earthquake's last possible survivors
Los Angeles Times
As the search for the last possible survivors of this week's powerful earthquake intensified Friday, the scale of damage across central Mexico became more evident. At least 3,000 buildings in the densely packed capital have suffered damage from the ...
Mexico City's People PowerNew York Times
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