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Washington Post
President Trump fires FBI Director Comey
Washington Post
President Trump fired FBI Director James B. Comey on Tuesday, at the recommendation of senior Justice Department officials who said he had treated Hillary Clinton unfairly and in doing so damaged the credibility of the FBI and the Justice Department.

Washington Post
In blow to US-Turkey ties, Trump administration approves plan to arm Syrian Kurds against Islamic State
Washington Post
President Trump has approved a plan to directly arm Kurdish forces fighting in Syria, the Pentagon said on Tuesday, inflaming already strained ties with Turkey and putting the U.S. military a step closer to seizing a remaining Islamic State stronghold.

New York Times
Critics at Town Halls Confront Republicans Over Health Care
New York Times
Representative Greg Walden, Republican of Oregon, after a town hall meeting in Baker City, Ore. Mr. Walden defended his vote to repeal and replace major parts of the Affordable Care Act. Credit E.J. Harris/East Oregonian, via Associated Press.

Washington Post
South Korea's liberal presidential candidate declared victor
Washington Post
SEOUL, South Korea — Hours after celebrating his election win with thousands of supporters in wet Seoul streets, new South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Wednesday was quickly thrown into the job of navigating a nation deeply split over its future ...

New York Times
A French Lesson for the American Media
New York Times
Hillary Clinton with reporters on the eve of the American presidential election. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times. The hacked emails from Emmanuel Macron's French campaign appear to be spectacularly mundane, according to people who have read ...

Los Angeles Times
Amid allegations of child sexual abuse, Seattle mayor declines to seek a second term
Los Angeles Times
Saying that rape allegations against him fed into the “worst possible” stereotypes of gay men, a somber Seattle Mayor Ed Murray announced Tuesday that he would not seek another term in office. “It tears me to pieces to have to step away,” said Murray ...

USA TODAY
Penn State frat pledge's skin had turned gray by morning after fall, prosecutor says
ABC News
The surveillance cameras at Pennsylvania State University's Beta Theta Pi fraternity house were so state-of-the-art that they showed pledge Timothy Piazza's color change by the morning after he fell down the stairs during a pledge ceremony at the house ...

Politico
Trump's campaign pledges face collision in Afghanistan
Politico
President Donald Trump faces a stark choice as his security advisers and military commanders push him to send thousands more troops to Afghanistan — a step that would escalate a conflict he spent years deriding and threaten to violate his “America ...

The Boston Globe
Aaron Hernandez is now not guilty in eyes of the state
The Boston Globe
FALL RIVER — A Superior Court judge on Tuesday vacated the first-degree murder conviction of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez in light of his suicide last month, but state prosecutors immediately vowed to fight the decision all the ...

Washington Post
Tunnel collapses at Hanford nuclear waste site in Washington state
Washington Post
Hundreds of workers at the Department of Energy's Hanford nuclear site in Washington state had to “take cover” Tuesday morning after the collapse of 20-foot-long portion of a tunnel used to store contaminated radioactive materials. The Energy ...

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