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  1. 25-year-old woman drowns in the Rockaways A 25-year-old woman drowned in the ocean off Jacob Riis Park in the Rockaways on Saturday, despite desperate attempts by cops and paramedics to revive her. The woman, whose name was withheld pending family notification, died later at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital. The first responders, police from the nearby 100th Precinct, performed CPR until FDNY...
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  2. US Open’s leading amateur has no problem missing graduation PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Brandon Wu is scheduled to graduate from Stanford on Sunday, but he has other plans: attempting to finish as the low amateur in the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. The 22-year-old from Scarsdale, who just completed his senior season on the NCAA-champion Stanford golf team, continues to be the low amateur...
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  3. The Best People review: how Trump flooded the swamp Alexander Nazarayan offers a field guide to the black lagoon of Trumpworld, a sump of venality, idiocy and contemptThe swamp remains fetid. Just blocks away from the White House, the Trump International Hotel hoovers greenbacks from foreign governments. On the west coast, word seeps out that the president sold his Beverly Hills mansion at an inflated price to a Virgin Islands-registered company linked to an Indonesian businessman-cum-Trump business partner. From New York, reports that a Kushner family investment vehicle recycles offshore cash and petrodollars. Related: Welcome to Trump's Corrupt State – the Star Wars cantina of world politics Continue reading...
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  4. Teenage migrant mother and premature baby 'held without proper care' in Texas Immigration advocate reports case of mother, 17, and child‘This baby should be in a tube [incubator] with a heart monitor’A migrant teen and her premature baby languished in a Texas border patrol facility after crossing the US-Mexico border, the infant not receiving proper neonatal care, an immigration advocate has alleged.The alleged maltreatment, recounted to the Associated Press by an activist who said she met the 17-year-old mother, comes amid intensified scrutiny of Trump administration policy on immigration. Continue reading...
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  5. Mexico soccer team has found home in U.S. Watching Mexico’s national soccer team in these parts is a novelty no more. El Tri now plays more games in the United States than it does in its own country. Every one of the team’s matches can be watched on television here. Which says something about the 65,527 fans who visited the Rose Bowl on...
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  6. Trump’s staffers are starting to worry about Elizabeth Warren: report President Trump’s staffers reportedly are starting to worry about Sen. Elizabeth Warren, whose campaign is gaining steam. Trump has told donors that the candidate he had dismissed as “Pocahontas’’ because she has claimed to be part Native American is now a threat, Politico said. The latest view by Trump strategists is that she has a...
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  7. Henrik Stenson lies down with fan he accidentally hit with bad shot PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Henrik Stenson accidentally hit a fan in the head with an errant shot in the third round of the U.S. Open on Saturday, then tended to him. “He’s in good spirits, because he’s taking selfies of himself while he’s down on the ground,’’ said Stenson, who went and lay down next...
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  8. Saudi crown prince tells Iran: 'We won't hesitate to deal with any threat' Mohammed bin Salman speaks publicly for first time about latest tanker attacks amid fears of regional conflictSaudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman has spoken publicly for the first time since a second attack on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, blaming arch-rival Iran and vowing that the kingdom “won’t hesitate to deal with any threat” to its interests.According to an interview for pan-Arab daily Asharq al-Awsat, published on Sunday, the crown prince said: “We do not want a war in the region ... But we won’t hesitate to deal with any threat to our people, our sovereignty, our territorial integrity and our vital interests. Continue reading...
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  9. Tyson Fury scores 2nd-round TKO win in between putting on a show LAS VEGAS — Tyson Fury stopped Tom Schwarz with 6 seconds left in the second round Saturday night, with the British heavyweight star remaining unbeaten and putting on a show in his Las Vegas debut. Fury (28-0-1, 20 KOs) made short work of his previously unbeaten German opponent, battering him with a jab before knocking...
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  10. Tyson Fury puts on a show with two-round destruction of Tom Schwarz Fury scores second-round TKO of Schwarz in Las Vegas debutTyson Fury v Tom Schwarz: lineal heavyweight title – live!Tyson Fury did exactly what he was supposed to do against an overmatched opponent: he wasted no time and he closed the show.The 30-year-old from Manchester laid waste to the unheralded Tom Schwarz in the second round on Saturday night before a crowd of 9,012 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, delivering high marks in his Las Vegas debut and setting the stage for a rematch with Deontay Wilder early next year. Continue reading...
    US news | The Guardian
  11. Dolphins along the Gulf Coast are dying at triple the normal rate, scientists say This spring's momentous floodwaters or the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill could be the cause.
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  12. How Trump's presidential campaign debut holds up four years later • Trump erases the line between political events and official business • SE Cupp: Trump says he's doing better than in 2016. The bad news for him? He's not
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  13. Top contenders for president in Guatemala election Here is a look at the top contenders in Guatemala’s presidential election
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  14. Guatemalans to choose president amid distrust, flight to US Guatemalans will vote for their next president Sunday in elections plagued by widespread disillusion and distrust, and as thousands of their compatriots flee poverty and gang violence to seek a new life in the United States
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  15. Tyson Fury stays unbeaten, stops Tom Schwarz late 2nd round British heavyweight Tyson Fury stopped Tom Schwarz with 6 seconds left in the second round Saturday night to remain unbeaten       
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  16. Zahui B scores 37 points, Liberty beat Sparks 98-92 Amanda Zahui B scored a career-high 37 points and the New York Liberty ended a 10-game road losing streak with a 98-92 victory over the Los Angeles Sparks       
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  17. Tyson Fury stops Tom Schwarz in second round of heavyweight fight in Las Vegas Britain's Tyson Fury stops previously undefeated heavyweight Tom Schwarz in the second round in Las Vegas.
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  18. Video: Tyson Fury Sings Aerosmith in Ring to Celebrate TKO Win over Tom Schwarz Tyson Fury defeated Tom Schwarz in their lineal heavyweight championship fight Saturday night in Las Vegas, and then he serenaded his wife Paris in the ring...
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  19. The market’s showing sparks of life with recent mergers, acquisitions While Main Street investors had some trepidation over their portfolios during the six-week-long pullback in the stock market, the pros see many positives. Sell-offs are a common corrective action, which is needed in order to move higher. The fact is, the stock market just rallied 1,200 points in the first two weeks of June. Much...
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  20. Justin Rose loving position he’s in heading into final round PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Gary Woodland was making all sorts of noise at Pebble Beach on Saturday, converting not one but two miraculous par saves on the back nine that would have rattled most competitors. But after Woodland’s par-saving antics on the 12th and 14th holes, Rose answered with birdie putts displaying the kind of...
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  21. African migrants denounce conditions at Mexico border There is growing unrest and desperation at a detention center in Tapachula, Mexico, where migrants from countries outside of the Americas are denouncing what they say are poor living conditions. CNN's Michael Holmes reports.
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  22. Namibia forced by drought to auction 1,000 wild animals Southern African nation aiming to limit starvation and generate conservation fundsDrought-hit Namibia has authorised the sale of at least 1,000 wild animals – including elephants and giraffes – to limit loss of life and generate US$1.1 million for conservation, the authorities confirmed Saturday.“Given that this year is a drought year, the [environment] ministry would like to sell various type of game species from various protected areas to protect grazing and at the same time to also generate much needed funding for parks and wildlife management,” the environment ministry spokesman Romeo Muyunda said. Continue reading...
    US news | The Guardian
  23. Hounding Citibank to help a reader collect his deserved due Dear John: My father has money in a Citibank account with his name on it. It came from his aunt, who died in 2001. He was the heir and executor of her will, and was never notified about it.
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  24. Berliners wary as €600m super-museum is latest project to overrun Humboldt Forum delay follows series of other projects that arrived late and over budgetThe opening of a €600m super-museum in Berlin has been postponed to next year, raising sceptical eyebrows among locals wary of the German capital’s growing tendency to deliver large public building projects late and over budget.The Humboldt Forum will host blockbuster exhibitions about world culture, anthropology and ethnology, and is also expected to delicately touch on Germany’s under-explored colonial history. Continue reading...
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  25. Barr's 'investigation of investigators' sparks fears for efforts to thwart Russia Investigation into Mueller report origins could hamper attempts to combat Kremlin meddling in 2020 election, ex-officials sayAttorney general William Barr’s controversial decision to launch a new inquiry into the origins of the FBI’s 2016 Russia investigation has fueled concerns about the politicization of the justice department and could hamper attempts to combat Kremlin meddling in the 2020 election, say ex-top DoJ and CIA officials, and key Democrats.Critics say that Barr’s investigation – which partially overlaps another one by the DoJ’s own inspector general – will probably be used by Donald Trump’s re-election campaign to fuel attacks on the special counsel Robert Mueller’s critical conclusions about Russian interference in the 2016 election and subsequent obstruction efforts by the president. Continue reading...
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  26. UN counterterrorism chief makes controversy trip to Xinjiang China says the U.N. counterterrorism chief has visited Xinjiang despite protests from the U.S. and a rights group that the trip would be inappropriate in light of the human rights conditions in the far west region
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  27. Bitcoin is an insult to gambling Dear John: Like you, I believe bitcoin is a total fraud with nothing backing it. And it should be regulated by gambling commissions — not federal securities regulators.
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  28. Tyson Fury Defeats Tom Schwarz Via 2nd-Round TKO, Retains Lineal Title Tyson Fury loves to entertain, and he did just that on Saturday night in Las Vegas. The undefeated heavyweight boxer made quick work of the woefully overmatched Tom Schwarz, earning a TKO victory in the second round...
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  29. O.J. promises to ‘set the record straight’ in second viral Twitter video With 354,000 followers and counting, O.J. Simpson is taking Twitter by storm — vaguely promising to “set the record straight” in a second video posted Saturday night, a day after first testing the waters with an inaugural tweet. “Hey Twitter world,” he says in the new video, which shows him standing in front of his...
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  30. Magic Johnson is among Lakers fans applauding Anthony Davis trade Magic Johnson and his wife Cookie had just watched the movies “Shaft” and “Rocketman” on Saturday afternoon when he noticed his cell phone was pinging with the news that the Lakers had acquired Anthony Davis from the New Orleans Pelicans in a four-player, multiple-draft-pick deal. Then Johnson...
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