New York Times

Politics|Donald Trump Criticizes Muslim Family of Slain US Soldier, Drawing Ire
New York Times
Khizr Khan, whose son, Capt. Humayun Khan, died in Iraq serving in the Army, said Donald J. Trump "sacrificed nothing and no one." By TURNER COWLES on Publish Date July 29, 2016. Photo by Jim Wilson/The New York Times. Watch in Times Video ».
Backlash for Trump after he lashes out at the Muslim parents of a dead US soldierWashington Post
Trump Cites Own Sacrifices in Retort to Muslim War Hero DadBloomberg
It's billionaire versus billionaire as Mark Cuban targets Donald Trump for Hillary ClintonLos Angeles Times
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Clinton tries to wrestle change candidate mantle from Trump in Western Pennsylvania
Johnstown, PA (CNN) Hillary Clinton, standing on a metal working factory floor here in Western Pennsylvania, tried to cut into Donald Trump's grip on white, working class voters by casting herself -- not the businessman-turned-Republican nominee -- as ...
Don't let the 'aw, shucks' fool you: Tim Kaine is a force for Clinton on campaign trailLos Angeles Times
In Pennsylvania, Hillary Clinton Cites Economic Gains, and ChallengesNew York Times
Clinton stumps for working-class votes on potential Trump terrainWashington Post
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Feds probing Clinton campaign hacking
(CNN) The FBI and Justice Department are investigating a computer hack of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign in addition to its examination of intrusions of other Democratic Party organizations, two law enforcement officials said Friday. The ...
Computer Systems Used by Clinton Campaign Are Said to Be Hacked, Apparently by RussiansNew York Times
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Clinton campaign denies reports that its computer system was hackedWashington Post
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Hot air balloon with 16 aboard crashes in Texas; no survivors
(CNN) A hot air balloon believed to be carrying 16 people caught fire in the air and crashed in central Texas on Saturday morning, killing everybody on board, federal and local authorities said. The balloon may have struck power lines when it went down ...
Officials: No apparent survivors in Texas balloon crashWashington Post
At least 16 dead in hot air balloon crash in TexasUSA TODAY
FAA was warned of potential high-fatality balloon accidentsCBS News
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Fox News

Skydiver successfully makes 25000-foot jump without parachute
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Skydiver Luke Aikens became the first person ever to jump out of a plane and into a net on the ground without utilizing a parachute Saturday. After falling 25,000 feet through the air, which took approximately two minutes, the 42-year-old Aikens ...
Skydiver successfully lands without parachuteWashington Post
Relive the Moment Heaven Sent Star Luke Aikins Jumped Out of a Plane Without a Parachute on Live TVE! Online
Skydiver successfully jumps from a plane into net without parachuteThe Denver Post
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Russia Expert Stephen Cohen: Trump Wants To Stop The New Cold War, But The American Media Just Doesn't ...
Stephen F. Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies at NYU and Princeton, spoke with CNN's 'Smerconish' Saturday morning about Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, and the 'New Cold War.' Cohen says the media at large is doing a huge disservice to the ...
Putin tests West's sanctions resolve on visit to SloveniaWashington Post
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Chicago Tribune

Culture change? Top cop swiftly pulls badges of officers in shooting
Chicago Tribune
Kennedi Kimmons, 20, right, holds the hand of Briana Adams, 23, as they approach a vigil to remember Adams' brother, Paul O'Neal, 18, at the 7400 block of South Merrill Avenue on Friday. Kennedi Kimmons, 20, right, holds the hand of Briana Adams, 23, ...
The Latest: Third Chicago police officer relieved of powersWashington Post
3rd Chicago cop relieved of duty after 18-year-old shot in the backCBS News
Autopsy: Man killed by Chicago cops died of gunshot to backWLS-TV
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Prosecutor: 1 charged in Belgium terror probe
(CNN) One of two brothers arrested by Belgian police Friday is being charged with two terror-related counts, the country's federal prosecutor's office reported Saturday. The other brother was released without charges, the prosecutor's statement said.
Belgian Authorities Arrest Man on Terrorism ChargesVoice of America
Belgium Charges Man Suspected of Plotting Terror AttackWall Street Journal
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Daily Beast

HBO Slammed For Sexual Violence Against Women in Its Shows
Daily Beast
Critics take HBO to task for its excessive and persistent use of female rape and violence in its dramas. Asked to explain, the network seemed surprised to hear that it's an issue at all. The critical accolades for HBO's gripping crime drama The Night ...
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ABC News

Courts Derail Voting Limits Pushed by GOP in 3 States
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This March 15, 2016, file photo shows Eric Gandah walking past a NC Voter ID sign as he enters a precinct to cast his ballot in Greensboro, N.C. A federal appeals court on Friday, July, 29, 2016, blocked a North Carolina law that required voters to ...
Voter ID Laws are Discriminatory Efforts to Disenfranchise, Courts RuleNewsweek
Voter ID movement stumbles in courts, as judges ID racismChristian Science Monitor
States' Voter ID Laws Struck Down Ahead of November ElectionVoice of America
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