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The Liberals have unveiled their plan to ban military-style assault rifles and old yearbooks. #Compromise2019 

Three people are dead and four others hospitalized in what Pittsburgh police are calling a "medical situation." All of the victims were wearing orange wrist bands.

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English people living in Wales tilted it towards Brexit, research finds

I wish: 1. I could remember people’s names 2. I always had the right amount of cash on me to tip well 3. I could play the piano 4. I read faster, and wrote better 5. I was less nervous public speaking 6. I kept in touch with old friends 7. I didn’t have imposter syndrome

This conference brings faith leaders from across the country together to teach them about climate change and how they can fight the crisis in their communities

BREAKING: Arab alliance will endorse Benny Gantz for prime minister

Pete says he brought four white shirts (he irons them himself) and one pair of jeans on his 4-day trip to Iowa

It was a great #BatmanDay . Now it’s her turn. #BatgirlDay  🖤🦇

There you go. Pretty clear that the president is confirming what allegedly the whistleblower alleged. What now?


Scoops of the Day

#WATCH United States: A delegation of Kashmiri Pandits meets and interacts with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A member kisses PM Modi's hands and says, "Thank you on behalf of 7 Lakh Kashmiri Pandits."

“Donald Trump gives entrepreneurs a bad name. And real entrepreneurs like myself regard him as a marketing charlatan and a fraud,” Andrew Yang tells @VanJones68 , adding that running the government like a business is "nonsense.” Watch more on “The Van Jones Show” at 7 p.m. ET.

Former President Jimmy Carter says he is undecided on who he will support in the 2020 race: "One of the major factors that I will have in my mind is who can beat Trump because I think it will be a disaster to have four more years of Trump."

House Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer: (India) Like America proud of its traditions to secure a future according to Gandhi's teachings and Nehru's vision of India as a secular democracy where respect for pluralism and human rights safeguard every individual. #HowdyModi 

Former US Attorney Barbara McQuade explains how, if true, the allegations made against Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani could meet the constitutional standard for the high crimes and misdemeanors.

US President Donald Trump: Today we honour all of the brave American and Indian military service members who work together to safeguard our freedom. We are committed to protecting innocent civilians from the threat of radical Islamic terrorism.

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Greta Thunberg: "Why should we study for a future that is being taken away from us?... Some people say we should study to become climate scientists or politicians, so that we can, in the future, solve the climate crisis. But by then, it will be too late. We need to do this now."

Dems Cook 10,500 Steaks While Lecturing Americans About Eating Less Meat


Scoops of the Week

Sandy Hook Promise has released this harrowing PSA in time for back-to-school

Greta Thunberg addresses Congress on climate change: 'Don't listen to me, listen to the scientists'

The number of complaints made to a confidential hotline designed to allow the reporting of waste, fraud and abuse in the intelligence community has skyrocketed since President Trump took office, government records show.

Lenny Henry just introduced himself at this media conference with: “Hello, I’m Justin Trudeau

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Ignore the manufactured drama in the #Lewandowski  hearing and focus on him confirming, as the Mueller report established, that President Trump asked him to tell the Attorney General to rein in the Russia probe.

Bodycam footage shows this cop repeatedly planting drugs during traffic stops. He now faces felony charges.

‘We are living in the beginning of a mass extinction … but we can still fix this.’ — @GretaThunberg ’s powerful new video explains how we can beat the climate crisis

The “Queer Eye” star Jonathan Van Ness opens up to The New York Times about being an addict, a sexual abuse survivor and H.I.V. positive

From New York to Mumbai, climate protesters flooded the streets in cities around the globe, marching out of their schools, homes and workplaces to demand action on climate change