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White House says Trump resort will host G-7 at cost but doesn’t say how much that will be

For the president, the potential benefits of awarding himself the summit include international media exposure — putting Trump Doral on televisions around the world.

In admitting then denying quid pro quo, Mulvaney turns harsh spotlight on himself

Republican officials said the White House chief of staff did more to harm the president’s defense than administration officials testifying before Democrats in Congress.
Perry won’t comply with supboena, Department of Energy says
Trump highlights reports regarding Biden’s son
John Kasich says he now backs Trump impeachment
Bernie Sanders says G-7 in Doral ‘alone is worthy of impeachment’

Messages show Boeing workers knew in 2016 of issues that turned deadly on 737 Max

The messages, between two top pilots, were about an automated feature that investigators say repeatedly forced down the noses of planes that crashed in Indonesia and Ethiopia.

Trump to nominate Energy Dept. deputy Dan Brouillette to succeed Rick Perry as secretary

Perry is embroiled in President Trump’s Ukraine controversy because he urged the president to call the new Ukrainian president over the summer. Perry said his departure has nothing to do with that.
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As regional homebuilders consolidated, the decreased competition has led to higher prices and less construction, researchers concluded.
Christina Koch and Jessica Meir ventured outside the International Space Station just months after NASA had to cancel an all-female spacewalk because of a spacesuit-sizing problem.
It started as boxed lunches on commercial flights. It ascended to lavish meals (perhaps French wine paired with a veal entree), even in economy. Now, we're back to where we started.
An economist at the Bureau of Labor Statistics explored how people born between 1981 and 1996 fill their days, and how their choices compare with older groups.
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West Virginia’s opioid crisis leaves thousands of kids in foster care

Nearly 6,900 children are in state care, double the number from a decade ago. Officials estimate that more than 80 percent have been affected by the drug epidemic.
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Louis Vuitton welcomed Trump to its new factory, and it was odd

There was jarring nonchalance in the meeting of a president who has made many women, immigrants and members of the LGBTQ community feel as though they are under siege, and a billionaire who reaps profits from them.
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How these American dishes evolved from foreign roots — and what their story tells us

Spaghetti and meatballs, chile con queso, gumbo and the California roll have become American icons. Their journey to that point is one of immigration and transformation.
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