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Ilya Arkhipov / Bloomberg:
Putin Tells Diplomats He Made Trump a New Offer on Ukraine at Their Summit  — Russian leader suggested referendum in separatist regions  — Putin said to agree to let Trump mull plan before going public  —  Vladimir Putin told Russian diplomats that he made a proposal to Donald Trump …
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Susan B. Glasser / New Yorker:
“No Way to Run a Superpower”: the Trump-Putin Summit and the Death of American Foreign Policy  —  In the days since the Monday meeting in Helsinki, there's been an understandable frenzy over President Trump's post-summit press conference, given that he sided with the Russian President …
Ellen Nakashima / Washington Post:
Justice Department plans to alert public to foreign operations targeting U.S. democracy  —  The Justice Department plans to alert the public to foreign operations targeting U.S. democracy, under a new policy designed to counter hacking and disinformation campaigns such as the one Russia undertook …
Discussion: Vox and The Week
CBS News:
CBS News poll: Most Americans disapprove of Trump's handling of Putin summit  —  Only a third of Americans (32 percent) approve of the way Donald Trump handled his summit in Helsinki with Russian President Vladimir Putin, a CBS News poll shows.  Sixty-eight percent of Republicans approve.
Washington Post:
'That's going to be special': Tensions rise as Trump invites Putin to Washington  —  The White House announced Thursday that Vladimir Putin has been invited to Washington this fall, even as leaders in Washington tried to fully understand what happened when President Trump and the Russian leader met earlier this week in Helsinki.
Will Hurd / New York Times:
The Republican Congress Can and Should Take the Lead on Russia  —  American strength, not weakness, is the best way to preserve a secure world in the face of adversaries like Putin.  —  Mr. Hurd, a former C.I.A. officer, is a congressman from the 23rd District of Texas.
Martin Matishak / Politico:
House Republicans defeat attempt to subpoena Trump interpreter  —  Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee on Thursday defeated an attempt by panel Democrats to subpoena the interpreter who worked for President Donald Trump during his summit Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Brian Bennett / TIME:
Trump Wanted a Summit With Putin. He Got Way More Than He Bargained For
Ken Dilanian / NBC News:
Nation's top intel official Coats says he wishes Trump hadn't met alone with Putin
Discussion: NPR and Breitbart
Bret Stephens / New York Times:
Resign, Mike Pompeo. Resign, John Bolton.
Discussion: Politico and Washington Post
Axios:
Poll: Huge GOP majority backs Trump's Putin performance
Peter Montgomery / Right Wing Watch:   League Of The South Reaches Out To ‘Russian Friends’
Joel Gehrke / Washington Examiner:   Intel chief Dan Coats sees ‘risk’ Russia will carry out assassinations in US
BuzzFeed News:
Congratulations, Mr. President: Zuckerberg Secretly Called Trump After The Election  —  In the days following Donald Trump's election victory over Hillary Clinton, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg placed a secret, previously unreported call to the president-elect during which, sources tell BuzzFeed News …
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Kevin Collier / BuzzFeed News:
The Russians Who Hacked The DNC Have Targeted At Least Three 2018 Campaigns, Microsoft Says  —  The same Russian intelligence agency charged with hacking Democrats' emails in 2016 has targeted at least three candidates running for election in 2018, a Microsoft executive said.
Kate Irby / McClatchy Washington Bureau:
Nunes used political dollars for $15K in Celtics tickets, winery tours and Vegas trips  —  WASHINGTON  —  Rep. Devin Nunes used political donations to pay for nearly $15,000 in tickets to Boston Celtics basketball games as well as winery tours and lavish trips to Las Vegas …
McKay Coppins / The Atlantic:
A New Talking Point From the Pro-Trump Fringe  —  On Wednesday morning, in the midst of yet another contentious news cycle dominated by coverage of Russian election meddling, I tweeted a kind of thought experiment: “If Trump & co. just pivoted to 'Aren't you glad Russia helped us defeat Hillary Clinton? …
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McKay Coppins / The Atlantic:   We value your privacy
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
Does the mainstream media regret using all those emails allegedly stolen by Russians?
Discussion: Vox
Greg P. / twitchy.com:
Weird.  Mueller released an evidence list for the upcoming Manafort trial and Bernie Sanders' chief strategist, Tad Devine, is all over it  —  Well, look at this.  Tad Devine's name — chief strategist for one Bernie Sanders — is all over this evidence list released by Robert Mueller for the upcoming Paul Manafort trial:
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
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Rachel Weiner / Washington Post:
Special counsel has nearly 500 pieces of evidence for Paul Manafort trial
Farhad Manjoo / New York Times:
What Stays on Facebook and What Goes?  The Social Network Cannot Answer.  —  Facebook was once the most nimble company of its generation.  The speed at which it adapted to every challenge was legendary.  It needed only about a decade to go from a dorm-room start-up to the largest …
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Louise Matsakis / Wired:
How a Facebook Group for Sexual Assault Survivors Became a Tool for Harassment  —  LAST YEAR, AS thousands of women shared their stories of sexual assault and harassment with the hashtag #MeToo, Amanda, a 30-year-old from Oregon, was looking for a supportive place to share her own experiences.
Mara Siegler / Page Six:
Whoopi Goldberg and Jeanine Pirro get into explosive argument backstage at ‘The View’  —  Whoopi Goldberg and Jeanine Pirro got into an explosive argument backstage at “The View” on Thursday — after an intense on-the-air exchange got even more heated behind-the-scenes, sources exclusively tell Page Six.
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Jeff Cox / CNBC:
Trump lays into the Federal Reserve, says he's ‘not thrilled’ about interest rate hikes  — President Donald Trump, in a rare statement for Oval Office holders, criticized the Federal Reserve for raising interest rates.  — He said he's “not thrilled” with rate hikes and worries …
Wall Street Journal:
Three Top FBI Cybersecurity Officials to Retire  —  Three of the top cybersecurity officials at the Federal Bureau of Investigation are retiring from government service—departures that come as cyberattacks are a major concern for the country's security agencies.
Discussion: Cyberscoop
New York Times:
A Democratic Blue Wave?  Don't Forget the Republicans' Big Hill  —  One seems like an unstoppable force, but a G.O.P. structural advantage may represent an immovable object.  —  Democrats are optimistic about riding a so-called blue wave to control of the House this November, and it's easy to see why.
Marissa Martinelli / Slate:
Sacha Baron Cohen's Art-Gallery Dupe Regrets Nothing (Except Her Dress)  —  In the outrageous first episode of Who Is America?, Sacha Baron Cohen revealed that, with only a nudge, politicians like Rep. Joe Wilson and former United States Sen. Trent Lott will endorse arming toddlers.
Deborah Yetter / Courier-Journal:
Bevin will reverse cuts to Medicaid dental, vision services, state says  —  In a surprise reversal, Kentucky officials have announced the state will rescind Medicaid cuts that eliminated dental, vision and non-emergency transportation services for nearly 400,000 Kentuckians.
John Solomon / The Hill:
One FBI text message in Russia probe that should alarm every American  —  Lisa Page and Peter Strzok, the reported FBI lovebirds, are the poster children for the next “Don't Text and Investigate” public service ads airing soon at an FBI office near you.  —  Their extraordinary texting affair …
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
Sarah Smarsh / New York Times:
Liberal Blind Spots Are Hiding the Truth About ‘Trump Country’  —  For one thing, it's not Trump country.  Most struggling whites I know here live a life of quiet desperation mad at their white bosses, not resentment toward their co-workers or neighbors of color.
Joyce Karam / The National:
US senators threaten to block loans for Turkey over pastor detention  —  Bill calls “to restrict loans from financial institutions until Turkey ends the unjust detention of US citizens”  —  Following a Turkish court decision to continue the detention of Pastor Andrew Brunson …
NBC News:
Facing deadline, government reunified 364 of 2,500-plus migrant children  —  Of 1,607 parents eligible to be reunited with their children, 719 have final orders of deportation, the government says, meaning they could be removed from the country as soon as they are reunited.
Discussion: POLITICUSUSA
Rick Noack / Washington Post:
Austrian state wants to force meat-consuming Jews and Muslims to register, drawing Nazi comparisons  —  BERLIN — Nazi comparisons have become such frequent occurrences almost anywhere in the world that they rarely draw attention these days.  But in Adolf Hitler's birth country, Austria …
Discussion: Mother Jones
John Hinderaker / Power Line:
Our Country Is Insane  —  I am by nature an optimist, but it is hard to maintain a positive attitude in the face of the rampant insanity that has seized control over our national life.  When I get time, I am going to write about the ritual defenestration of Papa John's pizza company …
Sharon Otterman / New York Times:
Man Says Cardinal McCarrick, His ‘Uncle Ted,’ Sexually Abused Him for Years  —  James was 11 years old when Father Theodore E. McCarrick came into his bedroom in Northern New Jersey, looking for the bathroom.  Father McCarrick, then 39 and a rising star in the Roman Catholic church …
Christopher Mathias / HuffPost:
Steve King Is A White Supremacist, And The GOP Doesn't Care  —  Among other white supremacist views, the congressman refused to apologize for promoting a neo-Nazi on Twitter.  Republicans continue to look the other way.  —  On June 12, Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) tweeted: “Europe is waking up …
Kristine Phillips / Washington Post:
Duterte's drug war killed thousands, and Filipinos still loved him.  Then he called God ‘stupid.’  —  President Rodrigo Duterte slams his hand lightly on the podium, as if to show exasperation.  Speaking in his usual casual tone, he unloads an expletive-laden tirade over what he sees as a bizarre story rife with stupidity.
Discussion: Hullabaloo
 
 
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Michael Gerson / Washington Post:
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Sam Brodey / MinnPost:
Rep. Rick Nolan's legislative director left the office amid multiple sexual harassment accusations in 2015.
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Zoe Tillman / BuzzFeed News:
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