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Reuters: Trump calls allegations against his court nominee a 'con game'

Reuters: Trump calls allegations against his court nominee a 'con game'

Reuters: Drinking water violations more common in impoverished counties

Reuters: Trump praises North Korea's Kim but says sanctions must stay for now

Ynet: After sanctions, Trump says situation in Venezuela unacceptable

Ynet: Saudi Arabia rejects Iran's claim it backed parade attack

WashingtonPost: Hungary: Premier’s free trips draw scrutiny after news story

WashingtonPost: Things are either bad for Rod Rosenstein, or worse

WashingtonPost: Tom Steyer intends to spend on Senate races if Rosenstein is fired

WashingtonPost: Washington filmmaker seeks footage of former Senators catcher — and spy — Moe Berg

WashingtonPost: Redskins’ running game is much improved. Can they keep it up?

NewYorkTimes: How One Photographer Is Reinvigorating a Down-and-Out Connecticut Mill Town

NewYorkTimes: Fixes: Britons Pay Hundreds for H.I.V. Drugs. Why Do Americans Pay Thousands?

FOX: Iraqi activist shot dead in tense southern city of Basra

FOX: North Carolina man chops copperhead snake into 'a dozen pieces' after it bites family dog

FOX: Iraqi activist shot dead in tense southern city of Basra

FOX: North Carolina man chops copperhead snake into 'a dozen pieces' after it bites family dog

CNN: Prison guard fired for sexting with inmates

CNN: Deported mom reconnects with her children

CNN: Health Dept. investigates JBGB over 50 illnesses

CNN: Potential ancestors graves near new airport project

CNN: Community supports, celebrates dog that survived violent burglary

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