Washington Post

Justice Department will seek death penalty for accused Charleston church gunman Dylann Roof
Washington Post
Federal prosecutors will seek the death sentence for Dylann Roof, the man accused of killing nine parishioners in a Charleston, S.C., church last year. “Following the department's rigorous review process to thoroughly consider all relevant factual and ...
Dylann Roof Will Face Federal Death Penalty in Charleston Church KillingsNew York Times
Lynch: Justice Dept. to seek death penalty against Dylann RoofUSA TODAY
Dylann Roof case: Feds to seek death penaltyCNN
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Politico

Can Sanders' money swamp Wasserman Schultz?
Politico
Suddenly, Tim Canova is the most famous primary challenger in America. With Bernie Sanders' unexpected endorsement on national television, Canova, a lawyer from Hollywood, Fla., got a dramatic boost for his liberal challenge to Rep. Debbie Wasserman ...
Sen. Bernie Sanders aims to maximize impact on Democratic platformUSA TODAY
I'm an independent voter and want to vote in California's presidential primary: Now what?Los Angeles Times
Sanders Goes on the Air in California With $1.5M Ad BuyU.S. News & World Report
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People Magazine

Bill Cosby Accuser Jennifer Thompson: One of the Teens He Had Sex With was Me
People Magazine
Jennifer "Kaya" Thompson, who spoke with PEOPLE exclusively in 2005, confirms she was one of those teens. The document, which was re-released Sunday by the Associated Press includes portions of Cosby's depositions from 2005 and 2006 in a ...
Bill Cosby to stand trial for assault charges, judge rulesCNN
When celebs break the law: A primer of famous casesUSA TODAY
Bill Cosby ordered to stand trial in 2004 sexual assault caseEntertainment Weekly
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USA TODAY

Atlanta, South Florida, Los Angeles awarded Super Bowls in 2019-21
USA TODAY
CHARLOTTE – This time, the vote to win over fellow NFL owners was a lot less stressful for Stan Kroenke. Or just an automatic rubber stamp. Less than five months after earning approval to move the Los Angeles Rams from St. Louis by wowing NFL owners ...
Super Bowl LV just the beginning for Rams' Inglewood stadiumESPN (blog)
NFL owners select South Florida to host Super Bowl LIV (54) in 2020Sun Sentinel
NO contingent for Super Bowl bid disappointed, but not surprisedNOLA.com
Indianapolis Star -Miami Herald (blog) -FOXSports.com -CBS Local
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Newsweek

EgyptAir Flight 804: Conflicting reports over final moments
CNN
(CNN) The search for EgyptAir Flight 804 continues, amid contradicting reports about the aircraft's final moments. Five days after disappearing en route from Paris to Cairo, some debris from the plane -- including life vests, personal belongings and ...
No sign of EgyptAir plane technical problems before takeoff: Al-AhramReuters
EgyptAir Crash: Terrorism Can't Be Ruled Out, Foreign Minister SaysNBCNews.com
Crime Lab Analyzes EgyptAir Wreckage Amid Speculation Plane Broke Apart in Mid-AirWall Street Journal
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New York Times

Kenneth Starr, Who Tried to Bury Bill Clinton, Now Only Praises Him
New York Times
Kenneth Starr in 2014. Mr. Starr expressed regret last week that so much of Bill Clinton's legacy is viewed through a lens of “unpleasantness.” Credit Cooper Neill/Getty Images. An unlikely voice recently bemoaned the decline of civility in ...
Baylor not commenting on reports of President Kenneth Starr's firingWashington Post
Baylor University prepares to fire president over handling of assaultsInside Higher Ed
Timeline: Baylor contends with series of sex-assault reports (May 24, 2016)FOXSports.com
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Washington Post

Twitter announces change to one of its most distinctive features
CBS News
After rumors surfaced last week that Twitter might ease up on what counts toward its 140-character limit in tweets, the social media company officially announced today that it will be rolling out changes over the next few months. In a blog post ...
Twitter relaxes 140-character limit for tweetsYahoo News
Twitter says goodbye to all '.@'Washington Post
Twitter moves away from 140 characters, ditches confusing and restrictive rulesTechCrunch
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CBS News

Facebook: No evidence of systematic political bias, making changes
CBS News
Two weeks after a story surfaced on the tech website Gizmodo quoting an anonymous ex-staffer who alleged that members of Facebook's "Trending Topics" team had a bias against showcasing conservative interest stories, Facebook's general counsel said in ...
Facebook denies bias in Trending Topics, but vows changes anywayTechCrunch
With Trending Topics, Facebook Is Creating Its Own News CycleWIRED
Facebook Makes Changes to Address Anti-Conservative Bias ConcernsU.S. News & World Report
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USA TODAY

HPE to spin off enterprise services, merge unit with CSC
USA TODAY
SAN FRANCISCO — Less than a year after a landmark split halved Hewlett Packard into two $50 billion companies, the software half is at it again. Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), run by Meg Whitman, on Tuesday said it was spinning off its enterprise ...
HP Enterprise to Spin Off, Merge Services BusinessWall Street Journal
HP Enterprise Turns Back the Clock With Yet Another Spin OffFortune
Hewlett Packard Enterprise will spin off its troubled services business in an $8.5 billion dealRecode
Reuters -Computerworld -CNBC -Bloomberg
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Wall Street Journal

How the US Tracked and Killed the Leader of the Taliban
Wall Street Journal
U.S. spy agencies zeroed in on Mullah Akhtar Mansour while he was visiting his family in Iran, then waited for the Taliban leader to move back across the border into Pakistan. That is where the Americans planned to ambush him. Intercepted ...
Relative of Slain Taliban Leader Wants to Claim BodyVoice of America
The Magical Thinking of Killing Mullah MansourForeign Policy (blog)
Obama's Taliban Airstrikes Are Part of a Failing StrategyThe National Interest Online
Chicago Tribune -Defense One -Military Times -Christian Science Monitor
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