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July 18, 2018

Sarah Sanders says the US is entertaining a proposal the State Department disapproves of
The White House said on Wednesday it is entertaining a proposal raised by Russian President Vladimir Putin to interrogate Americans in exchange for assistance in the ongoing US investigation into election interference. ... click to read more

Trump now says he holds Putin responsible for meddling
President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he holds his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin personally responsible for Moscow's attempts to interfere in the 2016 US election. ... click to read more

Anderson Cooper imitates Trump's 'no' moment
CNN's Anderson Cooper breaks down President Trump's claims that he was "very strong" on Russian President Vladimir Putin during their summit behind closed doors in Helsinki, Finland. ... click to read more

Watch Sarah Sanders defend what Trump said
The White House denied that President Trump doesn't believe Russia is targeting the United States. Press secretary Sarah Sanders, who said she spoke with Trump about his answer earlier during a Cabinet meeting, said the President was declining to answer shouted questions when he said "no" to a ques... click to read more

Jeffrey Toobin blasts Trump's 'pathetic' interview
Veteran journalist Carl Bernstein comments on President Donald Trump's CBS interview in which he once again denied any Russian collusion in the 2016 US presidential election. ... click to read more

10 ways Trump has strayed from his own intelligence agencies on Russian meddling
The US government is convinced Russia interfered in the 2016 election, the operation was ordered by Russian President Vladimir Putin, and it was designed to help Donald Trump win. The US intelligence community announced these conclusions in a bombshell report in January 2017. ... click to read more

Opinion: Our democracy depends on securing the next election
According to indictments released last week by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Russian intelligence officers successfully breached voter registration databases during the 2016 election. This echoes the Senate Intelligence Committee's findings in a preliminary report on Russian interference in the e... click to read more

Measure to break California into 3 states removed from ballot after court ruling
It looks like Californians won't be voting on whether to split their state into three. ... click to read more

GOP lawmaker griped that women can't be called 'sluts'
A Republican congressman from Minnesota has a long history of making deeply misogynistic comments on the radio, including lamenting that women can no longer be called "sluts." ... click to read more

Trump: John Brennan is a total low-life
James Clapper, former Director of National Intelligence, reacts to President Donald Trump slamming former members of the intelligence community. ... click to read more

Longtime GOP official resigns over Trump's news conference with Putin
A longtime Ohio GOP official abruptly resigned Monday over President Donald Trump's comments during a news conference in Helsinki at a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, saying "something snapped" during the conference. ... click to read more

Putin mentioned him to Trump, now he speaks out
Russian President Vladimir Putin wants to interrogate one of his most vocal critics, Bill Browder, who championed the Magnitsky Act, legislation that imposed US sanctions on Russia. Browder says President Trump calling the proposal an "interesting idea" is "absurd." ... click to read more

House Democrats pick a new slogan
House Democrats introduced a new slogan on Wednesday ahead of the midterm elections: "For the People." ... click to read more

Trump's military parade expected to cost about $12 million
President Donald Trump's military parade in DC is likely to cost nearly as much as the now canceled military exercise with South Korea that Trump called "tremendously expensive" and said cost "a fortune," three US defense officials tell CNN. ... click to read more

Pop star mocks Trump with new lyrics
Pop star Richard Marx changed the lyrics to one of his hit songs to mock President Trump's "would vs wouldn't" switcheroo. Now everyone's doing it. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports. ... click to read more

Zuckerberg clarifies his Holocaust deniers comments
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Opinion: Zuckerberg's comments give Holocaust deniers an opening
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's CEO, recently described Holocaust denial as people who have simply gotten things "wrong" but not "intentionally" wrong. After all, he insisted, "I [also] get things wrong." He will not remove their posts from Facebook, "if they get things wrong, even multiple times." ... click to read more

Prosecutors: Russian agent traded sex for access
Prosecutors said Mariia Butina should be held in jail until her trial because her life in the US has been predicated on deception, including attempts to exchange sex for political access. She appeared in federal court on charges of conspiracy and acting as an illegal foreign agent in the US. ... click to read more

University is removing statue of its slave-owning founder from school's front gates
Florida State University students will soon say goodbye to a familiar face. ... click to read more

2 children bitten in suspected shark attacks
Investigators want to know whether two children bitten on Wednesday in the waters off New York beaches were attacked by sharks. ... click to read more

Fast-spreading Oregon wildfire turns deadly
A 36,000-acre wildfire in northern Oregon has left one person dead and residents fleeing their homes, officials said Wednesday. ... click to read more

12 indicted for death of teen in case of mistaken identity
New York authorities announced the indictments of 12 men in the killing of an unarmed teen who was attacked in a case of mistaken identity in the Bronx. ... click to read more

95 bodies found under school were probably forced black laborers
Months after a Texas school district broke ground on a new technical center, archaeologists there made a surprising discovery: the long-buried remains of 95 people. ... click to read more

NFL veteran announces he's retiring
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Police investigating man's rant against lesbian couple
Oregon police are investigating after a man hurled threats and homophobic slurs at a lesbian couple in a rant caught on video. ... click to read more

NBA star rescues shipwrecked woman fleeing Africa
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Man who walked 20 miles to work gets CEO's car
The CEO of a company gifted a car to his employee when he found out the young man walked 20 miles to work in Alabama. ... click to read more

Woman says a spider bite cost her a leg
A mother of three in West Memphis, Arkansas, says a spider bite ended up costing her a leg. ... click to read more

'Serial stowaway' Marilyn Hartman will have to wear an ankle monitor as she awaits trial
Marilyn Hartman, the 66-year-old Illinois woman who has been nicknamed a "serial stowaway" because of her alleged attempts to sneak onto commercial airline flights, is mentally fit to stand trial, a judge in Chicago ruled Wednesday morning. ... click to read more

Tour buses banned from 'Full House' home
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has voted to ban all commercial vehicles with nine or more seats from the street that houses the famous "Full House" home. ... click to read more

NFL legend's son 'working to get out of his shadow'
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Huge savings for American homeowners ends soon
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Papa John's founder now thinks it was a mistake to resign
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He used the N-word on a conference call
The founder of Papa John's has resigned in scandal, but the trouble doesn't stop there. Here's why Papa John's hasn't kept up with Domino's and Pizza Hut. ... click to read more

They're removing his face from pizza boxes and ads
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CEO in 2017: NFL protests are hurting sales
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Company says it didn't mean to be 'divisive'
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Thai boys recount the moment they realized they were trapped
The 12 members of a youth soccer team and their coach who spent more than two weeks trapped underground in a flooded cave network in northern Thailand have been discharged from hospital. ... click to read more

The miraculous story of the Thai cave rescue
CNN's Nick Glass recounts all the details of the Thai cave rescue. ... click to read more

Boys mourn Navy SEAL who died during rescue
The 12 boys who were trapped in a cave in northern Thailand for almost three weeks paid tribute to the Navy SEAL who lost his life during the rescue operation. ... click to read more

The rescue in photos
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Giant, open-shirted Jeff Goldblum statue appears in London
Twenty-five years ago, "Jurassic Park" brought velociraptors to a new generation -- and broke a few box office records in the meantime. ... click to read more

Anderson Cooper rips Trump's damage control
CNN's Anderson Cooper says President Donald Trump couldn't get past his attempt to clarify his remarks with Vladimir Putin without making another mistake in the process. ... click to read more

Mystery solved. Family seen in old slides from a thrift store is found
The mystery of the intriguing photo slides found in a Goodwill projector has been solved. ... click to read more

First it was Pfizer. Now Novartis has frozen drug prices in the US
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Younger workers are making this major financial mistake
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What's rattling investors?
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How to handle multiple saving goals
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Trump and Putin: the pictures tell the story
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What Trump gets terribly wrong on Montenegro
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Russian bots using #WalkAway to hurt Dems
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Apparently, Trump thinks you're an idiot
President Donald Trump appears to think we are all idiots. ... click to read more

Nelson Mandela's widow: don't give in to despair
On Wednesday, people from all around the world gather to honor and draw inspiration from one of the most powerful examples of courage and change: Nelson Mandela. A South African freedom fighter who was born 100 years ago in the village of Mvezo, he grew to adulthood under the shadow of apartheid. ... click to read more

Dan Coats' remarkable rebuke to President Trump
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Charlotte's smart decision on GOP convention
On Monday night the city council of Charlotte, N.C., showed the country how to be inclusive at a human level while disagreeing at a political level. ... click to read more

Forget your 401k if you own a home (Do This)
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$95 & up: Save all summer long in Greater Palm Springs
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5 cards charging 0% interest until 2020
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Senate resolution introduced to show support for US intelligence agencies
Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona and Democratic Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware introduced a resolution Wednesday to reaffirm support for the US intelligence community following President Donald Trump's comments Monday siding with Russian President Vladimir Putin over US intelligence agencies abo... click to read more

Listen to Trump's shifting comments about Russia
From the summit in Helsinki to an interview on CBS News, here's the contradicting things Trump has said about Russia in the past three days. ... click to read more

Sanders: Trump said 'no' to answering questions
The White House denied that President Trump doesn't believe Russia is targeting the United States. Press secretary Sarah Sanders, who said she spoke with Trump about his answer earlier during a Cabinet meeting, said the President was declining to answer shouted questions when he said "no" to a ques... click to read more

DNC alleges Secret Service blocked it from serving lawsuit to Jared Kushner
The Democratic National Committee tried and failed three times to serve Jared Kushner with a lawsuit at his Manhattan apartment and was turned away by a US Secret Service agent when it attempted to deliver the packet to the White House senior adviser's Washington, DC, home, according to court filin... click to read more

Woman's tingling legs turn out to be parasite in her spine
The woman who came into the emergency room in Dijon, France, said she had been having difficulty riding her horse for three months. Her symptoms had only gotten worse, from weakness to falls to feeling electric shocks in both legs. ... click to read more

An earlier dinner may lower your risk of some cancers
People who eat dinner before 9 p.m. -- or at least two hours before going to sleep -- have a 20% lower risk of breast and prostate cancer than those who eat after 10 p.m. or go to bed shortly after supper, researchers found. ... click to read more

A simple radio message saved thousands of lives
A mass radio campaign in Burkina Faso encouraging parents to seek prompt treatment for sick children has saved thousands of lives, according to a new study. ... click to read more

ADHD study linked to digital media use amongst teens
The more teens check social media and stream video, the more likely they might develop symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, a new study suggests. ... click to read more

Remains of bread baked 14,400 years ago found
Archaeologists have discovered the burnt remains of a bread baked 14,400 years ago, more than 4,000 years before the advent of agriculture. ... click to read more

Comic-Con kicks off amid fandom's ugly side
Comic-Con, we have a problem. ... click to read more

Bruce Springsteen is coming to Netflix
Netflix may have just saved you a few thousand dollars. ... click to read more

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