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Randall Lane / Forbes:
Kanye West Says He's Done With Trump—Opens Up About White House Bid, Damaging Biden And Everything In Between  —  Kanye West's Fourth of July declaration, via Tweet, that he was running for president lit the internet on fire, even as pundits were trying to discern how serious he was.
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Gil Kaufman / Billboard:
Kanye West Has a Cool Slogan, But No Actual Paperwork on File in Presidential Run
Discussion: IJR, The Daily Caller and New York Post
Robert Barnes / Washington Post:
Chief Justice John Roberts was hospitalized last month after injuring his head in a fall  —  Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. suffered a fall at a Maryland country club last month that required an overnight stay in the hospital, a Supreme Court spokeswoman confirmed Tuesday night.
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CNN:
Chief Justice John Roberts was briefly hospitalized in June after a fall
Discussion: SCOTUSblog
New York Times:
The Inside Story of Why Mary Trump Wrote a Tell-All Memoir  —  President Trump's niece was a family outcast.  Her new book casts a cold light on the relatives she describes as dysfunctional.  —  For most of her life, Mary L. Trump was shunted aside by her own family.
Discussion: Raw Story, NBC News and The Guardian
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Timothy L. O'Brien / Bloomberg:
A Guided Tour Into the Troubled Mind of Donald Trump  —  Mary Trump is a clinical psychologist and the president's niece — and her new book peels back the layers of a dysfunctional family that shaped her uncle.  —  Mary Trump, a trained clinical psychologist and the niece of the president …
New York Times:
Mary Trump's Book Accuses the President of Embracing ‘Cheating as a Way of Life’
Jason Easley / POLITICUSUSA:
Trump Won't Release His Grades Because He Cheated On The SATs
Discussion: The Week, Raw Story and Washington Post
Nate Cohn / New York Times:
How United Are Democrats?  A 96-0 Data Point Offers a Hint  —  Polling shows Biden is not facing any serious defections from his left flank.  —  Joe Biden has emerged from a contested Democratic primary with surprising party unity and without any serious threat on his left flank …
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Katie Glueck / New York Times:
They Can't Stomach Trump. They're Sufficiently Comfortable With Biden.
Discussion: Breitbart and Morning Consult
New York Times:
Artists and Writers Warn of an ‘Intolerant Climate.’ Reaction Is Swift.  —  An open letter published by Harper's, signed by luminaries including Margaret Atwood and Wynton Marsalis, argued for openness to “opposing views.”  The debate began immediately.  —  The killing of George Floyd …
New York Times:
Churches Were Eager to Reopen.  Now They Are a Major Source of Coronavirus Cases.  —  The virus has infiltrated Sunday services, church meetings and youth camps.  More than 650 cases have been linked to reopened religious facilities.  —  PENDLETON, Ore. — Weeks after President Trump demanded …
Discussion: Daily Kos
Tim Stelloh / NBC News:
Mary Kay Letourneau, teacher jailed for raping student she later married, dies at 58  —  Mary Kay Letourneau, the former Seattle-area teacher who married a man she was convicted of raping when he was in sixth grade, has died of cancer, her lawyer said Tuesday.  She was 58.
Emily Goodin / Daily Mail:
‘Disgusting, sickening’: Joe Biden slams Donald Trump for questioning potential running mate Tammy Duckworth's patriotism after she lost both legs in combat in Iraq  — Joe Biden slammed President Donald Trump for questioning potential running mate Tammy Duckworth's patriotism
Discussion: Breitbart
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Thomas L. Friedman / New York Times:   Biden Should Not Debate Trump Unless ...
Marty Johnson / The Hill:
DeVos demands ‘fully operational’ schools in the fall: ‘Not a matter of if’  —  Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Tuesday told the country's governors in a conference call that she expects schools to be “fully operational” come the fall, regardless of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Barbara Sprunt / NPR:
Trump Pledges To ‘Pressure’ Governors To Reopen Schools Despite Health Concerns
Ben Gittleson / ABC News:
US coronavirus mortality rate not lowest in world, despite Trump claim: FACT CHECK  —  The president has made false statements about the virus's mortality rate.  —  President Donald Trump and his White House have repeatedly claimed this week, falsely, that the United States has the lowest novel coronavirus mortality rate in the world.
Discussion: Toronto, Axios and Washington Post
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Emma Jacobs / NPR:
Trudeau Won't Visit Trump. Most Canadians Don't Want To Cross The Border Either
CNN:
New Hampshire's GOP governor defends Trump's rally — but isn't attending  —  (CNN)New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu assured reporters Tuesday that President Donald Trump's upcoming rally in the state could be pulled off safely and without a mandatory mask order, even as he was unlikely to attend himself.
Barbara Ortutay / Associated Press:
Facebook civil rights audit: ‘Serious setbacks’ mar progress  —  A two-year audit of Facebook's civil rights record found “serious setbacks” that have marred the social network's progress on matters such as hate speech, misinformation and bias.  —  Facebook hired the audit's leader …
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Brian Fung / CNN:
Facebook ad boycott organizers met with Zuckerberg. It didn't go well
Discussion: Twitchy
CNN:
Trump administration's planned purge of international students serves a cruel purpose  —  Covid-19 could force international students out of US  —  Jill Filipovic is a journalist based in New York and author of the book “The H-Spot: The Feminist Pursuit of Happiness.”  Follow her on Twitter.
Adam Edelman / NBC News:
Biden coasts to victory in New Jersey, Delaware primaries, NBC News projects  —  Joe Biden has won the Democratic presidential primaries in New Jersey and his home state of Delaware, NBC News projects.  —  The pair of wins Tuesday night allows Biden, who is already the presumptive Democratic nominee …
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Matt Friedman / Politico:
Polls have closed in unprecedented New Jersey primary election
Discussion: The Hill
Philip Wegmann / Real Clear Politics:
In Interview, Trump Vows to Counter the Left's ‘Culture War’  —  At the foot of Mount Rushmore on the Fourth of July, President Trump redrew the battle lines of the election, describing the contest not just as a referendum on his handling of the economy or his response to the coronavirus …
Cassandra Pollock / The Texas Tribune:
Texas GOP convention will happen in person — but Republican leaders will speak via video  —  As the state has seen a surge in coronavirus cases, calls have been growing over the past week for the party to cancel its Houston event.  —  The Republican Party of Texas is moving forward …
CNN:
Robert Redford: This is who gets my vote in 2020  —  Robert Redford is an actor, director, producer and trustee of the Natural Resources Defense Council, an advocacy group.  —  The opinions expressed in this commentary are those of the author.  View more opinion articles on CNN.
Discussion: Deadline
Carlotta Gall / New York Times:
Erdogan Talks of Making Hagia Sophia a Mosque Again, to International Dismay  —  The World Heritage site was once a potent symbol of Christian-Muslim rivalry, and it could become one once more.  —  ISTANBUL — Since it was built in the sixth century, changing hands from empire to empire …
Discussion: Althouse
Washington Post:
Trump's attacks on mail voting are turning Republicans off absentee ballots  —  President Trump's relentless attacks on the security of mail voting are driving suspicion among GOP voters toward absentee ballots — a dynamic alarming Republican strategists, who say it could undercut their own candidates, including Trump himself.
Jeff Stein / Washington Post:
Trump wants tax breaks to lure baseball fans back, but incentive could misfire with attendance still barred  —  White House officials say tax incentives could help jumpstart travel and entertainment, but a disconnect exists as many industries remain in flux  —  Senior White House economic …
Discussion: Raw Story
Tom Jackman / Washington Post:
Park Police did not record their radio transmissions during Lafayette Square operation on June 1  —  Critical record of how police launched sweep against protesters is lost  —  Audio of the forceful push led by U.S. Park Police to sweep protesters out of Lafayette Square on June 1 …
Discussion: The Hill
Noah Higgins-Dunn / CNBC:
Texas says new coronavirus cases jumped by more than 10,000 for the first time  — Texas reported more than 10,000 additional Covid-19 cases Tuesday, a record-breaking daily surge.  — There were 9,268 people in the state's hospitals with Covid-19 as of Tuesday, another daily record.
David Kaufman / LEVEL:
The Unintentional Racism Found in Traffic Signals  —  Just because something doesn't use an offensive mascot doesn't mean it can't reinforce a broken system  —  Washington D.C.'s pro football team.  Aunt Jemima pancake products.  Eskimo Pies.  They're all examples of the everyday racism …
Discussion: Outside the Beltway
John Bickley / The Daily Wire:
The New York Times Dropped Millions On Facebook To Advertise The 1619 Project...While Trying To Bully Facebook Into Censoring Others  —  The New York Times' massive campaign to pressure social media giants into restricting freedom of information — particularly dissemination from sources …
Discussion: The Wrap
Tara Dublin / HillReporter.com:
Ghislaine Maxwell Said to Be On Suicide Watch  —  The Curse of Jeffrey Epstein continues with word that his associate-madam Ghislaine Maxwell is now on suicide watch in her New York prison cell soon after we learned she was willing to trade information for a reduced sentence.
Discussion: New York Post, The Lid and Raw Story
State Rep. Vernon Jones / The Daily Caller:
I Am Black And I Am A Democrat.  But 'I Ain't' Voting For Joe Biden This November  —  Since that day in May when I announced I would support Donald Trump for president, my motives have been questioned, my integrity assailed, even my intelligence challenged.  That's okay.
Discussion: Townhall
Neil MacFarquhar / New York Times:
Drivers Are Hitting Protesters as Memes of Car Attacks Spread  —  In recent days, one person was killed in Seattle and two people were injured in Bloomington, Ind. Dozens of similar incidents have occurred across the United States.  —  The driver of a red Toyota first stopped …
Jan Ransom / New York Times:
Case Against Amy Cooper Lacks Key Element: Victim's Cooperation  —  Ms. Cooper, who is white, is charged with filing a false police report after she claimed a Black bird-watcher threatened her in Central Park during a dispute over her dog.  —  The Manhattan district attorney's decision …
Discussion: New York Post
Brian Schwartz / CNBC:
Companies with Trump ties got coronavirus small business loans  — Multiple businesses with ties to President Donald Trump received millions of dollars in small business relief loans backed by the administration.  — Trump is linked to the firms and their executives through business deals conducted …
David Harrison / Wall Street Journal:
Recession Forces Spending Cuts on States, Cities Hit by Coronavirus  —  Education takes the brunt of reductions; governments have cut 1.5 million jobs since March, with more expected  —  State and local governments from Georgia to California are cutting money for schools …
 
 
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