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Reuters
Scores reported killed in gas attack on Syrian rebel area
Reuters
A man carries the body of a dead child, after what rescue workers described as a suspected gas attack in the town of Khan Sheikhoun in rebel-held Idlib, Syria April 4, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah. 1/5. left. right. A civil defence member breathes ...

Washington Post
Rice denies compiling, leaking names of Trump officials from intelligence reports
Washington Post
Former Obama national security adviser Susan E. Rice said Tuesday that she “absolutely” never sought to uncover “for political purposes” the names of Trump campaign or transition officials concealed in intelligence intercepts, and she called ...

Washington Post
North Korea fires a ballistic missile as Trump prepares to host China's Xi
Washington Post
SEOUL — North Korea fired another ballistic missile Wednesday morning, military officials in the United States and South Korea said, apparently testing a land-based version of its rocket that can be fired from a submarine. However, this missile flew ...

TIME
The Trump Administration Wants to Rethink Police Reforms. These Cities Are Moving Ahead
TIME
Officials in Baltimore and Chicago are ready to go ahead with police reforms despite signals that the Trump Administration is willing to forgo pending federal agreements that would enforce changes. In a recent memo, Attorney General Jeff Sessions ...

CNN
It's déjà vu for Republicans on health care
CNN
Washington (CNN) As the White House continues to try and find a breakthrough on health care, Republican lawmakers feel a sense of whiplash, confusion and déjà vu. Fewer than two weeks have passed since members were told that their best effort to ...

New York Times
After Ailes, the Pirate Flag Still Flies at Fox News
New York Times
A poster of Bill O'Reilly at 21st Century Fox headquarters. Some $13 million has been paid to settle claims against him. Credit Lucas Jackson/Reuters. Throughout Fox News Channel's summer of discontent last year, executives at its parent company, 21st ...

The Hill
Court rules Civil Rights law protects LGBT employees from discrimination
The Hill
A federal appeals court in Chicago ruled Tuesday that the 1964 Civil Rights Act protects LGBT employees from discrimination in the workplace. It's the first such ruling from a federal appellate court, likely setting up a battle before the Supreme Court ...

Washington Post
Senate plunges toward historic rules change in Supreme Court standoff
Washington Post
The Senate plowed Tuesday toward a historic and bitter showdown over President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, with a parade of lawmakers taking to the Senate floor to deliver politically charged speeches for and against the president's pick as a final ...

ESPN
Sources: Amazon wins rights to live-stream Thursday Night Football
ESPN
Amazon is getting into the live sports broadcasting business. The retailing giant, which has spent hundreds of millions of dollars acquiring content for its subscription video business, has won the rights to stream "Thursday Night Football" games for ...

Lima Ohio
Chicago Tribune: Avoiding another Aleppo: Islamic State, US air power and civilian lives
Lima Ohio
MARCH 31, 2017 — A frantic search for any signs of life amid a broken building flattened by an airstrike. Stacks of bodies in bags. Rescuers crouched in the rubble, faces dust-caked and dazed. It sounds like Aleppo, the Syrian city half-obliterated by ...

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