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13 June 2018

Bing’s Propaganda

Trending on Bing

Names biggest US enemy

Selfie leads to death

Idaho child has plague

Quits over headscarf

Tapes solve mystery

Link with dementia

Changes adulthood age

Bourdain show extended

Guess co-founder quits

Brothel owner wins

Wows ‘AGT’ judges

‘Grateful to be alive’

North America bid wins

Denies assault claim

Mars rover goes silent

Car industry ‘extinct’

‘Dead’ man returns

Reveals Beyonce biter

‘Dumbo’ reboot trailer

Spain fires manager

Likely to cooperate

‘Jogger Joe’ arrested

Assault on Yemen port

‘Donut Boy’ gifts cops

Car kiss causes drama

Ice loss triples

Faces defamation suit

End of NK nuke threat?

A mayoral first for SF

Clinton novel a hit

Congressman collapses

Fed raises rates

Ranked-choice voting

Addresses So. Baptists

Disarmament by 2021

Fined $1.2B by Germany

ESPYs honor Parkland

Abortion vote in Arg.

Kudlow discharged

Offers $65M for Fox

Georgia’s PM resigns

Probing reporter

3 infant planets found

Planning to exit WH?

Western wildfires

Eases transfer rules

Bud weakens

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Google’s Propaganda

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Arleta resident Jose Luis Garcia, pictured holding his six-year-old granddaughter Marley, was detained by ICE agents on Sunday. Garcia has permanent resident status in the United States. (Courtesy)

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Senate Republicans clash behind closed doors - POLITICO

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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders listens to a question during the daily press briefing at the White House, Monday, June 4, 2018, in Washington. Sanders discussed, Trump's pardon powers, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, and other topics.

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The U.S. Capitol building stands past a visitor taking a photograph at the Washington Monument before sunrise in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, July 11, 2017. As Congress returned from its mid-summer break yesterday for a crucial three-week stretch, several obstacles await lawmakers, including an ongoing health-care fight, divisions among Republicans on the basic parameters of a tax bill, and a maelstrom of upcoming deadlines to keep the government running and avert a catastrophic default on U.S. debt. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

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FILE - In this Oct. 25, 2012 file photo, voters cast their votes through absentee ballots for the Nov. 6 election at the town hall in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. Ranked-choice voting will be put to its biggest test when Maine uses the system in a statewide primary election on June 12. The system works like this: Voters rank candidates from first to last on their ballot, and the election is over if one candidate wins a majority. If not, candidates are eliminated one by one and their remaining votes reallocated in what amounts to a mathematical game of survival. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, File)

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Kudlow released from hospital after heart attack

Politico

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Capitol Hill in April. The Justice Department has filed suit challenging a crucial provision of the Affordable Care Act.

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NJ governor signs new gun control laws | TheHill

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ORLANDO: Officer Kevin Valencia shot | WFTV

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U.S. clears more asylum cases than it receives in May

Washington Times

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Ryan Burke, a former Beta Theta Pi brother at Penn State, pleaded guilty Wednesday to nine misdemeanors in connection with the death of Timothy Piazza, who died after a hazing ritual in February 2017.

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Africa’s quiet LGBT revolution

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A tropical disturbance in the western Caribbean could move into the southwest Gulf over the weekend. It still has a low chance of development as of Wednesday. (National Hurricane Center)

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