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The Latest: Social media joins in Manchester's victim hunt
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MANCHESTER, England — The Latest on the blast at an Ariana Grande concert in northern England (all times local):. 9:00 a.m.. Social media users are helping the desperate hunt for people missing in the Manchester concert bombing by circulating names ...
British Police Confirm 22 People Dead After Explosion At Manchester ArenaNPR
Manchester Concert Attack Kills 22; Children Among DeadNew York Times
Witnesses Describe Chaos After Manchester Arena
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Trump's budget proposal slashes spending by $3.6 trillion over 10 years
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President Trump on Tuesday will propose cutting federal spending by $3.6 trillion over 10 years, a historic budget contraction that would severely ratchet back spending across dozens of programs and could completely reshape government assistance to the ...
Trump's Budget Cuts Deeply Into Medicaid and Anti-Poverty EffortsNew York Times
Trump's budget hits his own voters hardestPolitico
Trump seeks historic cuts to governmentThe Hill
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Trump and the Fifth Amendment: It's complicated
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WASHINGTON — Donald Trump is fickle about the Fifth. In 1990, he invoked his Fifth Amendment right to avoid self-incrimination by refusing to answer 97 questions in a divorce deposition. But last year, he ripped into Hillary Clinton aides repeatedly ...
Democrat says documents suggest Flynn liedWJLA
Flynn invokes Fifth Amendment right, citing 'public frenzy against him'The Japan Times
Michael Flynn Misled Pentagon About Russia Ties, Letter SaysNew York Times
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Analysis: In Mideast, Trump pushes shared worries over Iran
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JERUSALEM — As he hopscotches through the Middle East, President Donald Trump is urging Israel and its Arab neighbors to unite around a “common cause”: their deep distrust of Iran. Trump's first trip abroad has highlighted the extent to which strident ...
Trump sets sight on the big deal: Mideast peaceCNN
President Trump to meet with Abbas in Bethlehem, visit Yad VashemABC News
Donald Trump Middle East trip grants opportunityWashington Times
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Spurs' Ginobili to take time to decide future
SAN ANTONIO -- As the minutes ticked away in the Spurs' 129-115 elimination loss to the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference finals on Monday, the remaining fans packed in the AT&T Center stood and waved Spurs towels while chanting, ...
Kevin Durant's Journey Continues as NBA Finals Return Becomes RealityBleacher Report
Was Monday night the final flight for San Antonio's Manu Ginobili?Washington Post
Whether he retires or keeps playing, legacy of beloved San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili is set in
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The Supreme Court may just have given voting rights activists a powerful new tool
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Sometimes the most important stuff in Supreme Court opinions is hidden in the footnotes. In Monday's Supreme Court ruling striking down two North Carolina congressional districts as unconstitutionally influenced by race, the majority buried a doozy, ...

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Trump Plan to Submit Unsigned Finance Disclosure Draws Mixed Reviews
Conflict-of-interest controversies continued to swirl around the Trump White House as the Office of Government Ethics rejected a Trump attorney proposal for financial disclosure and Democratic lawmakers demanded clarifications of appointee ethics ...

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Lawmaker apologizes after saying leaders 'should be LYNCHED' for removing Confederate statues
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A Mississippi state lawmaker is under fire after calling for the lynching of leaders who supported the recent removal of Confederate monuments in Louisiana. In a Facebook post published Saturday night, Mississippi state Rep. Karl Oliver went on a ...
"We Can't Walk Away From This Truth"The Atlantic
State Lawmaker: Sorry For Saying Confederate Statue Removers 'Should Be Lynched'NPR
He said Louisiana lawmakers should be lynched for removing Confederate monuments. Now he apologizes.USA TODAY
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