Eugene Robinson Pres Trump / Donald Trump

Eugene Robinson on Pres. Trump at G-7: "The whole world got so see what we're now pretty accustomed to seeing ... Donald Trump getting in front of a microphone telling lie after lie."

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The new sign marking the spot where Emmett Till’s body is believed to have been found is made of steel, weighs 500 pounds and, the manufacturer says, it’s bulletproof. It’s the 4th sign at the memorial after others were stolen and hit with bullets.

New: A source familiar w/ the presidents thinking says that after watching media coverage this weekend about Mick Mulvaney’s news conference & his attempts to clean it up, the President is increasingly frustrated with what he sees as his inability to communicate on impeachment

‘I may be dancing with the angels when all of this is corrected, but I gotta tell you: We must fight for our democracy.’ — Do not scroll past this Elijah Cummings clip

I've actually never heard it described more accurately but Prince Harry is absolutely and utterly right - grief is a wound that festers. I applaud his openness and vulnerability on the loss of his magnificent mother. There should be more conversations on grief, not less.

WATCH: Mulvaney tries to correct quid pro quo remarks in withering interview with Chris Wallace

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Pound slips in early trading after delay on Brexit vote

Beto O'Rourke: "That fear that [President Trump] wants us to feel about one another based on the way we look, the way we pray, the way we love, where we are from on this great planet is something that we must stand up against and reject."

Christine Lagarde discusses the United States’ risk of losing leadership in the global economy

(Warning: graphic content) Police freed nearly 150 students in a raid on a religious school in northern Nigeria that subjected the students to abuse. It was the fourth such operation in a month and brings the total of released students to more than 1,000