Dems accuse Trump of disloyalty over Clinton emails
Doral, Florida (CNN) Donald Trump appeared to call on Russian intelligence agencies Wednesday to find 30,000 of Hillary Clinton's deleted emails, adding a stunning twist to the uproar over Moscow's alleged intervention in the presidential election.
Trump invites Russia to meddle in the US presidential race with Clinton's emailsWashington Post
'Treason'? Critics savage Trump over Russia hack commentsPolitico
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Left's TPP opposition is no passing fad
Bernie Sanders' "revolution" has awakened a hostility to the Trans-Pacific Partnership that goes deeper than a hollow applause line. Delegates and other activists, decked out in buttons and shirts opposing the TPP at the Democratic National Committee, ...
Hillary Clinton Haunted by Past Support for Trade DealsTIME
Kaine's Convention Moment Comes Amid Doubts on Free-Trade StanceBloomberg
Why Terry McAuliffe's TPP gaffe is so damaging for Hillary ClintonWashington Post
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New York Times

Charges Dropped in Freddie Gray Case Against Baltimore Officers
New York Times
The final charges against Baltimore police officers involved in the Freddie Gray case have been dropped. The medical examiner had deemed his death a homicide as a result of injuries sustained in police custody. By MEGAN SPECIA and AINARA ...
All charges dropped in Freddie Gray case; no convictionsFox News
Freddie Gray's case shows myth of police brutality justiceNew York Daily News
State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby assails police, pledges to pursue reformsBaltimore Sun
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Washington's Union Station briefly evacuated over bomb threat: police
WASHINGTON Police declared an all-clear at Washington's Union Station and allowed people to re-enter the train terminal after a bomb threat on Wednesday forced a brief evacuation. "We didn't find nothing. We wouldn't let you back in if it wasn't all ...
Union Station evacuated over reports of suspicious packageWashington Times
'All-clear' signal given at Union Station after reported suspicious package, police sayWJLA
Union Station reopens after suspicious package investigationWTOP
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Sanders backers revolt against Kaine
PHILADELPHIA — Tim Kaine has a Bernie Sanders problem. The beloved-but-defeated presidential candidate has given only a lukewarm endorsement to Hillary Clinton's running mate — Kaine didn't even get a mention in Sanders' Monday night address to ...
Tim Kaine is ready to meet AmericaThe Hill
Why Cities Love Tim KaineThe Atlantic
Tim Kaine Receives Democratic Nomination For Vice PresidentHuffington Post
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New York Times

Obama Is Said to Have Picked Presidential Library Site in Chicago
New York Times
President Obama has selected Jackson Park on Chicago's South Side to build his presidential library near the University of Chicago. Credit Joshua Lott for The New York Times. WASHINGTON — President Obama and the foundation helping to plot his path ...
Obama chooses historic Jackson Park as library siteChicago Tribune
Obamas pick presidential library site in ChicagoThe Hill
Obama Chooses Jackson Park For Presidential Center:
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Fed leaves rates unchanged, says risks to outlook reduced
WASHINGTON The Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged on Wednesday but said near-term risks to the U.S. economic outlook had diminished, opening the door to a resumption of monetary policy tightening this year. The U.S. central bank said the ...
Fed Begins Crawl Toward Rate Hike as Near-Term Risks DiminishBloomberg
Fed Leaves Door Open to Move as Soon as SeptemberWall Street Journal
Stocks end slightly lower as Fed hints at September rate hikeMarketWatch
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New York Times

John Hinckley, Who Tried to Kill Reagan, Will Be Released
New York Times
WASHINGTON — John W. Hinckley Jr., who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in 1981, will be allowed to live permanently with his elderly mother in Williamsburg, Va., leaving the psychiatric hospital where he has been imprisoned for several ...
Would-be Reagan assassin John Hinckley Jr. to be freed after 35 yearsWashington Post
Judge grants John Hinckley Jr. his freedom decades after Reagan assassination attemptFox News
President Reagan's would-be killer Hinckley to go freeReuters -New York Daily News -NPR -Washington Times
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CBS Local

Search Crews Find 4 Boaters Who Went Missing After Snorkeling Trip Near Key West
ABC News
The Unites States Coast Guard located four boaters nearly 40 nautical miles from Key West, Florida. 0 Shares. Email. After a search that covered nearly 4,000 square nautical miles, crews today found four boaters -- including a teenager and a child ...
Coast Guard may have found 4 boaters missing off Key WestThe Daily Progress
Coast Guard Finds Four Missing After Key West Snorkeling
Relative calls boater's disappearance
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The Atlantic

What If Russia Invaded the Baltics—and Donald Trump Was President?
The Atlantic
In 2014, shortly after Russia forcefully intervened in Ukraine and admitted Crimea into the Russian Federation, Richard Shirreff stepped down as NATO's deputy supreme allied commander Europe, one of the highest-ranking positions in the military alliance.

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