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CNN
Trump, Clinton open campaign season sparring on national security
CNN
Washington (CNN) Hillary Clinton attacked Donald Trump as inexperienced. Trump called Clinton a failed foreign policy leader. So began the homestretch to Election Day, as both candidates on Tuesday put national security squarely at the center of the ...

Washington Post
$20 million settlement and a host's abrupt exit add to Fox's summer of discontent
Washington Post
It took years for Roger Ailes to build Fox News Channel into the dominant player in cable news. It's taken just two months for its future to become uncertain. The network took twin public-relations blows on Tuesday, culminating a summer of turbulence.

Washington Post
Clinton steps up attacks on Trump's character, accusing him of concealing 'scams'
Washington Post
TAMPA — Hillary Clinton escalated her attacks on Donald Trump's character and qualifications for the presidency Tuesday, seizing on renewed scrutiny of an improper political donation that Trump made to Florida's attorney general as she accused him of ...

NavyTimes.com
Official: 7 Iranian boats came after US ship in the Persian Gulf
NavyTimes.com
A U.S. coastal patrol ship faced seven Iranian Republican Guard Corps Navy fast in-shore attack craft before swerving to avoid crashing into one on Sunday, according to a 5th Fleet spokesman. The incident is the latest in a series of interactions the ...

CNET
No headphone jack, no problem: 7 ways to output audio from the iPhone 7
CNET
Love it or leave it, it's safe to assume Apple will announce a new iPhone 7 tomorrow that won't have a 3.5mm headphone jack. Whether the company is sacrificing the decades-old standard to free up space for an extra speaker or to include a higher ...

New York Times
Asia Pacific|Bad Luck and Worse Manners Tarnish Obama's Asia Trip
New York Times
President Obama during a luncheon on Tuesday at the Presidential Palace in Vientiane, Laos, with President Bounnhang Vorachith, seated at left. Credit Stephen Crowley/The New York Times. VIENTIANE, Laos — President Obama has grown accustomed to ...

Washington Post
Minnesota man confesses to killing of Jacob Wetterling
Washington Post
MINNEAPOLIS — A Minnesota man confessed Tuesday to abducting and killing 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling nearly 27 years ago, recounting a crime that long haunted the state in chilling detail that included a handcuffed Jacob asking him, “What did I do ...

Indianapolis Star
ITT Tech students unsure about next step after school's closure
Indianapolis Star
But Tuesday morning, he found out all ITT Technical Institute campuses were closing nationwide in the wake of devastating federal sanctions. He drove to his South Bend campus, but nobody was there to answer his questions: "Is there going to be any way ...

Washington Post
Gun violence surges in Chicago, where residents want to show 'everything is not all bad'
Washington Post
On a weekend afternoon in a city scarred by escalating violence, Kris Pinder watched his children play at a park festival in Roseland, a neighborhood on Chicago's South Side. The harmonies of a gospel choir bubbled up through loudspeakers while ...

New York Times
Senate Democrats Block Zika Bill Over Planned Parenthood Provisions
New York Times
Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, in the Capitol on Tuesday. “It's hard to explain why, despite their own calls for funding, Democrats would block plans to keep women and babies safe from Zika,” he said. Credit Al Drago/The New York Times.

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