New York Times

Protesters Throw Rocks at Police Horses Outside Trump Rally in Albuquerque
New York Times
Protesters clashed with the police outside a Trump rally on Tuesday night in Albuquerque. Credit Roberto Rosales/Albuquerque Journal, via Associated Press. ALBUQUERQUE — Protesters outside a rally for Donald J. Trump in Albuquerque threw rocks at ...
Albuquerque Cops Use Smoke, Horses After Anti-Trump Protests Turn TenseNBCNews.com
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Washington Post

Bernie Sanders offers the changes many voters want
Washington Post
In her May 22 op-ed, “A nose-holding word to the disaffected: Vote,” Kathleen Parker suggested that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will win the presidency by default. She wrote that Americans are not prepared to vote for Republican ...

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CNN

Trump protesters smash door, break through barriers
CNN
(CNN) Albuquerque police say bottles and rocks were thrown at a Donald Trump rally there Tuesday night, shattering a glass door as tensions between protesters and police escalated. Despite initial word of gunshots, Albuquerque's police department said ...

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The Express Tribune

Shaken, Taliban Begin Effort to Replace Dead Leader, Mullah Mansour
New York Times
One of the candidates to lead the Taliban, Sirajuddin Haqqani, is the group's deputy and operational leader, but he was integrated into the Taliban's core leadership only last year and has had little time to build up support among commanders. Credit FBI.
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Pakistan can't confirm Taliban leader is dead, criticises US drone strikeReuters
Relative of Slain Taliban Leader Wants to Claim BodyVoice of America
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Washington Post

Justice Department will seek death penalty for accused Charleston church gunman Dylann Roof
Washington Post
Federal prosecutors will seek the death sentence for Dylann Roof, the man accused of killing nine parishioners in a Charleston, S.C., church last year. “Following the department's rigorous review process to thoroughly consider all relevant factual and ...
Death Penalty Is Sought for Dylann Roof in Charleston Church KillingsNew York Times
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People Magazine

Bill Cosby Accuser Jennifer Thompson: One of the Teens He Had Sex with Was Me
People Magazine
Jennifer "Kaya" Thompson, who spoke with PEOPLE exclusively in 2005, confirms she was one of those teens. The document, which was re-released Sunday by the Associated Press includes portions of Cosby's depositions from 2005 and 2006 in a ...
Bill Cosby to stand trial for assault charges, judge rulesCNN
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WJHL

Tornadoes touch down in western Kansas
WJHL
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Those classic cars called lowriders are the focus of a summer celebration in Santa Fe. The spotlight on lowrider cultu… Probe: Missteps factor in 2 Kansas City firefighters' deaths. Updated: 5 mins ago. Greece gets new loans ...

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USA TODAY

Atlanta, South Florida, Los Angeles awarded Super Bowls in 2019-21
USA TODAY
CHARLOTTE – This time, the vote to win over fellow NFL owners was a lot less stressful for Stan Kroenke. Or just an automatic rubber stamp. Less than five months after earning approval to move the Rams from St. Louis to Los Angeles by wowing NFL owners ...
Super Bowl LV just the beginning for Rams' Inglewood stadiumESPN (blog)
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New York Times

Peter Thiel Is Said to Bankroll Hulk Hogan's Suit Against Gawker
New York Times
Peter Thiel, the billionaire co-founder of PayPal, last year in Manhattan. Mr. Thiel is said to have paid for legal fees in Hulk Hogan's invasion-of-privacy suit against Gawker Media. Credit Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for New York Times. Hulk Hogan ...
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USA TODAY

Obama returning to Elkhart, Ind., for town hall meeting next week
USA TODAY
WASHINGTON — Nearing the end of his presidency, President Obama is returning next week to the first city he visited as president – Elkhart, Ind. – to highlight the economic progress made during the past seven years. “The story of Elkhart's recovery is ...
Email from President Obama: ElkhartThe White House (blog)
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