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Britain says it's 'likely' attacker had accomplices as focus turns to his Libya visits
Washington Post
MANCHESTER, England — Britain's top domestic security official said Wednesday it was “likely” that the bomber who killed 22 people at a concert on Monday night was not acting alone, a day after the nation's threat level was raised and the military ...
Manchester attack: Eight-year-old Saffie Roussos among 22 victimsBBC News
Suspect in Ariana Grande concert attack identified as 22-year-old Salman AbediBusiness Insider
Manchester suicide bomber likely did not act alone, Britain saysReuters
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New York Times

The Latest: Trump's Meeting With Pope Prompts Lockdown in Rome
New York Times
President Trump and his wife, Melania, during a private audience with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Wednesday. Credit Pool photo by Alessandra Tarantino. □ Pope Francis welcomed President Trump to the Vatican on Wednesday for the first face-to-face ...
Millennial US students hopeful about Trump meeting Pope FrancisCrux: Covering all things Catholic
Trump to Pope Francis After Vatican Meeting: I 'Won't Forget What You Said'NBCNews.com
Trump holds first face-to-face talks with Pope FrancisBBC News
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CNN

Seth Rich and the myth behind the unsolved murder case
CNN
(CNN) Nearly a year ago, Seth Rich was shot in the back as he made his way home one night in Washington. While the death of the 27-year-old Democratic National Committee staffer remains unsolved, his family has said they believe it was a botched ...
Fox News Retracts Story Linking Murder of DNC Aide to 2016 Presidential CampaignNew York Times
Sean Hannity: 'I am not going to stop trying to find the truth'Los Angeles Times
Sean Hannity Is Finally Dropping the Seth Rich Conspiracy. Here's Why It Took Him So Long.Slate Magazine
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Politico

5 takeaways from intel leaders' Trump testimony
Politico
Current and former U.S. intelligence leaders made it clear on Tuesday that they have little interest in helping President Donald Trump escape the scandal surrounding his campaign's ties to Russia. During three congressional hearings, the leaders lent ...
Trump pushes the boundaries on the Russia probe — againWashington Post
Five takeaways from a busy day of Russia hearingsThe Hill
Ex-CIA chief: Worries grew of Trump campaign contacts to RussiaReuters
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Washington Post

Trump advisers call for privatizing some public assets to build new infrastructure
Washington Post
The Trump administration, determined to overhaul and modernize the nation's infrastructure, is drafting plans to privatize some public assets such as airports, bridges, highway rest stops and other facilities, according to top officials and advisers.
Trump's budget cuts children's health insurance programCNN
Why Work Requirement Became a Theme of the Trump BudgetNew York Times
Trump's Budget ScamPolitico
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Inquirer.net

Militant solons oppose Duterte's martial law declaration
Inquirer.net
Representatives from the militant Makabayan bloc in Congress on Wednesday opposed President Rodrigo Duterte's declaration of martial law in Mindanao, vowing to vote to revoke the proclamation once the President reports to Congress. In a statement ...
Militants warn: Martial law could lead to gross rights violationsSun.Star

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Newsweek

What Are Donald, Melania and Ivanka Trump Doing in Italy?
Newsweek
Updated | President Donald Trump landed in Italy Tuesday evening, his first visit to a European country as U.S. leader and part of his four-nation foreign trip that started in Saudi Arabia. He was greeted at Leonardo da Vinci airport by Italian Foreign ...

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The Australian

Lindt siege findings: police not to blame, key errors made
The Australian
Attorney-General George Brandis says the government will carefully study the coronial inquest into the Lindt Café siege in December 2014, but argues his department has already acted to implement the substance of one of the key recommendations. Senator ...
Siege negotiators made 'basic' mistakesNEWS.com.au
Sydney siege: Police should have stormed cafe sooner, coroner rulesBBC News
VIDEO Lindt Cafe inquest findings. Source: 7 NewsYahoo7 News

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New York Times

Republicans Watch Their Step in a Slow Retreat From Trump
New York Times
Senator Marco Rubio of Florida speaking to reporters on Capitol Hill this month. He and other Republicans have said they need more information about the firing of James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director. Credit Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images. WASHINGTON ...
This is why RussiaGate will inevitably destroy the Trump presidencyRaw Story

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Chicago Tribune

Rashad Jennings has big plans for his 'Dancing with the Stars' trophy
USA TODAY
LOS ANGELES — The magic word at Tuesday's Dancing with the Stars finale? Shocked. In the moments after Season 24 of the ABC dance competition ended, NFL running back Rashad Jennings said he was shocked to win; retired World Series champ ...
'Dancing with the Stars' recap: A new star is crownedABC News
'Dancing With the Stars' Crowns Season 24 Champion -- Find Out Which Couple Took Home the Mirrorball!Entertainment Tonight
NFL's Jennings edges Ross in 'Dancing' finaleESPN
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