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Washington Post

Trump invites Russia to meddle in the US presidential race with Clinton's emails
Washington Post
PHILADELPHIA —Republican nominee Donald Trump pleaded directly Wednesday with the Russian government to meddle in the U.S. presidential election by finding and releasing tens of thousands of private emails from his Democratic opponent, Hillary ...
Donald Trump encourages Russia to hack Hillary ClintonCNN
Donald Trump's Plea to Russian Hackers Roils the CampaignNBCNews.com
Donald Trumps Call for Russia to Hack the U.S. Might Be a FelonyDaily Beast
Politico -NPR -USA TODAY -Reuters
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03:19pm Wed, July 27, 2016

TIME

Hillary Clinton Haunted by Past Support for Trade Deals
TIME
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's delicate tap dance around foreign trade agreements is catching up to her as she prepares to accept the nomination of her party. A longtime advocate for free trade, Clinton conducted an about face on the ...
Why Terry McAuliffe's TPP gaffe is so damaging for Hillary ClintonWashington Post
Terry McAuliffe Reverses Course: Clinton Will 'Always' Oppose TPPNBCNews.com
Clinton, Kaine face flip-flop questions after nominationFox News
ABC News -Politico -New Republic -Mother Jones
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02:53pm Wed, July 27, 2016

CNN

Freddie Gray case: Charges dropped against remaining officers
CNN
Baltimore (CNN) Baltimore prosecutors on Wednesday dropped all charges against the three remaining officers facing trial in connection with Freddie Gray's death. Gray, 25, died after sustaining a neck injury while in police custody in April 2015. Three ...
Charges Dropped in Freddie Gray Case Against 3 Last Baltimore OfficersNew York Times
All Charges Dropped Against All Remaining Officers In Freddie Gray CaseCBS Local
Baltimore prosecutors drop all remaining charges in Freddie Gray caseWashington Post
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01:26pm Wed, July 27, 2016

Washington Post

Would-be Reagan assassin John Hinckley Jr. to be freed after 35 years
Washington Post
John W. Hinckley, Jr., will be released from a government psychiatric hospital more than 35 years after he attempted to assassinate president Ronald Reagan and shot three others outside the Washington Hilton on March 30, 1981, a federal judge ruled ...
President Ronald Reagan's Daughter: Keep John Hinckley Locked UpNBCNews.com
Judge grants John Hinckley Jr. his freedom decades after Reagan assassination attemptFox News
President Reagan's would-be killer Hinckley to go freeReuters
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01:47pm Wed, July 27, 2016

Fox News

Site for Obama's presidential library in Chicago chosen, source says
Fox News
President Obama's presidential library will be built in the Jackson Park neighborhood of Chicago, a source familiar with the decision-making process confirmed Wednesday to Fox News. The library at Jackson Park near the University of Chicago on the city ...
Obamas pick presidential library site in ChicagoThe Hill
Chicago's Jackson Park will be home to Obama's presidential libraryPolitico
Obama chooses historic Jackson Park as library siteChicago Tribune
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03:50pm Wed, July 27, 2016

Reuters

Fed leaves rates unchanged, says risks to outlook reduced
Reuters
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 Says Risks Have Diminished as It Leaves Rate UnchangedBloomberg
Fed Leaves Door Open to Move as Soon as SeptemberWall Street Journal
Fed holds rates and says there are now fewer reasons to be worried about the US economyBusiness Insider
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03:21pm Wed, July 27, 2016

USA TODAY

Hikers rescued after being trapped in Calif. wildfire
USA TODAY
A group of hikers were rescued Tuesday after being stranded for days in the midst of the Soberanes wildfire raging outside of San Francisco, according to fire officials. Eight people were hiking through the forest, when two became separated from the ...
Soberanes Fire Latest: Fatality Reported, 20 Homes DestroyedPatch.com
One dead as wildfire near California's Big Sur burns 23000 acresNew York Daily News
8 hikers rescued after being trapped in Calif. wildfireRedding Record Searchlight
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03:03pm Wed, July 27, 2016

The Atlantic

How Abigail Adams Proves Bill O'Reilly Wrong About Slavery
The Atlantic
In her widely lauded speech at the Democratic National Convention on Monday, Michelle Obama reflected on the remarkable fact of her African American family living in the executive mansion. “I wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves.
Hillary Clinton's Convention: Day 3New York Times
How the slaves who built the White House ate is irrelevantNew York Daily News
Bill O'Reilly's Comment on Slaves Who Built White House Has a Long HistoryTIME
USA TODAY -Media Matters for America -Us Weekly -Christian Science Monitor
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02:46pm Wed, July 27, 2016

New York Times

Health|The 'Ice Bucket Challenge' Helped Scientists Discover a New Gene Tied to ALS
New York Times
It turns out those much-mocked Ice Bucket Challenge videos helped do a lot of good. Two summers ago, the challenge, designed to raise money for research into amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, took the internet by storm.
How an ALS-related gene was found with help from the Ice Bucket ChallengeSTLtoday.com
What you need to know about the new ALS geneNew York Daily News
The ALS 'Ice Bucket Challenge' is workingWashington Post
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02:22pm Wed, July 27, 2016

Wall Street Journal

California Wildfires Kill Two People, Force Thousands to Evacuate
Wall Street Journal
LOS ANGELES—A bulldozer operator was killed Tuesday while helping battle a wildfire near Big Sur, as a northern California blaze consumed more than 23,000 acres. The fire is one of two infernos devouring drought-stricken California, prompting ...
Sand Fire in Santa Clarita area now at 40 percent containmentKGO-TV
Two raging California wildfires grow, killing 1 and prompting closures in the Los Padres National ForestLos Angeles Times
Stunning timelapse of raging wildfire in CaliforniaTelegraph.co.uk
Santa Clarita Valley Signal
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03:11pm Wed, July 27, 2016