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ISIS claims responsiblity after attackers seize hostages in attack on Bangladesh restaurant
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DEVELOPING: Up to nine attackers shouting "Allahu Akbar" stormed a popular restaurant in Dacca, Bangladesh Friday, taking hostages and setting off bombs in a siege claimed by ISIS. The Islamic State's Amaq News Agency said the attack on the restaurant ...
Bangladesh police say plan to move soon to end hostage crisisReuters
Islamic State exporting terror despite losses in IraqUSA TODAY
2 Officers Dead, Many Wounded in Ongoing Bangladeshi Hostage Situation: ReportsPeople Magazine
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Washington Post

White House releases its count of civilian deaths in counterterrorism operations under Obama
Washington Post
The United States has inadvertently killed between 64 and 116 civilians in drone and other lethal air attacks against terrorism suspects in non-war zones, the Obama administration said Friday. In releasing only aggregate figures that did not include ...
US Reveals Death Toll From Airstrikes Outside War ZonesNew York Times
White House reveals number of civilian deaths from drone strikesCNN
White House: At least 64 to 116 civilians killed in drone strikes since 2009USA TODAY
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Washington Post

Attorney general pledges to accept FBI and Justice findings in Clinton email probe
Washington Post
Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch said Friday that she would accept recommendations from career prosecutors and FBI agents leading the probe into the use of a private email server by Hillary Clinton during her time as secretary of state — though she ...
Attorney General Loretta Lynch to Accept Officials' View on Whether to Charge Hillary Clinton in Email ProbeWall Street Journal
Loretta Lynch on Clinton meeting: 'I certainly wouldn't do it again'CNN
Loretta Lynch to Accept FBI Recommendations in Clinton Email InquiryNew York Times
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Los Angeles Times

In move to 'enhance public safety,' Gov. Jerry Brown signs gun-control proposals into law
Los Angeles Times
Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday signed six gun-control bills into law, including new restrictions on semiautomatic rifles and a requirement that ammunition purchasers undergo background checks, saying they will help “enhance public safety” in California.
Brown Signs Six Gun Control Bills, Vetoes FiveCapital Public Radio News
California Institutes More Gun Control MeasuresWashington Free Beacon
Brown OKs New Limits on Assault Weapons and Ammo MagazinesKQED

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Politico

Trump pivots backward
Politico
DENVER — Donald Trump began July looking to turn the page on a June swoon that dulled his post-primary momentum and hurt his ability to unify a fractured Republican coalition. He did so by talking mostly about his surprising victory in the GOP primary ...
Trump Keeps Settling Primary Scores as Campaign Struggles to PivotNBCNews.com
Trump supporters rally outside Colorado's capitol buildingThe Denver Post
Trump rallies supporters in Denver, calls Clinton 'as weak as they get'USA TODAY
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Washington Post

Donald Trump starts a trade war — with the Republican Party
Washington Post
The unusual battle between Donald Trump and much of the Republican establishment on international trade is rapidly escalating, as the presumptive GOP nominee rails against business groups and members of his own party while defenders of sweeping ...
How Donald Trump Walked Away From Millions of DollarsNBCNews.com
Unpredictability Is Hallmark of Convention to Crown Donald TrumpNew York Times
Insiders: Clinton dominates Trump on the groundPolitico
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BBC News

Islamic State group: Two senior leaders 'killed in US-led air strike'
BBC News
Two senior military leaders of so-called Islamic State (IS) were killed by a US-led coalition air strike near the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, the Pentagon says. They were the group's deputy minister of war, who oversaw Mosul's capture in 2014, and a ...
Coalition forces kill two senior ISIS military commanders in IraqFox News
Airstrike Kills 2 Islamic State Commanders Near MosulNew York Times
Recent Strike in Mosul Killed ISIL Commanders, Pentagon Official SaysDepartment of Defense
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Washington Post

FBI: Woman charged with killing an expectant mother and unborn child has been captured
Washington Post
Shanika S. Minor, who was on the FBI's “most wanted” fugitives list after being accused of killing a nine-months-pregnant Milwaukee woman and then fleeing, has been captured in North Carolina, authorities said Friday. The FBI placed the 24-year-old on ...
Fugitive on FBI's 10 Most Wanted List Arrested For Alleged Murder of Pregnant Woman and Unborn ChildPeople Magazine
Wisconsin woman wanted by FBI for murder of mother, fetus, captured in N.C.UPI.com

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New York Times

Fatal Tesla crash exposes lack of regulation over autopilot technology
Los Angeles Times
The fatal crash of a Tesla electric car using an autopilot feature still in beta testing -- and never reviewed by regulators -- highlighted what some say is a gaping pothole on the road to self-driving vehicles: the lack of federal rules. Automakers do ...
The technology behind the Tesla crash, explainedWashington Post
Tesla drivers play Jenga, sleep, using Autopilot in nerve-wracking videosUSA TODAY
Fatal Tesla Crash Spurs Criticism of On-The-Road Beta TestingBloomberg
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New York Times

Austria's Highest Court Orders Repeat of Presidential Runoff
New York Times
Austria's highest court on Friday ruled that a run-off election in which a far-right candidate, Norbert Hofer, narrowly lost must be repeated. By REUTERS on Publish Date July 1, 2016. Photo by Leonhard Foeger/Reuters. Watch in Times Video ». embed.
Court orders new election in Austria, opening window for far-rightWashington Post
Austria's Top Court Throws Out Presidential Election Result, Orders A Do-OverNPR
Austria's Botched Vote Feeds Populist DistrustBloomberg
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