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  1. Russia Draws A Line Across Syria After U.S. Shoots Down Syrian Jet

    Russia also says it will suspend its participation in a "deconfliction" line that was established to prevent inadvertent clashes with U.S. warplanes.
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  2. 3 Years After Ill-Fated Switch, Flint Mayor Recommends Using Detroit Water

    The Michigan city tried to save money by drawing its supply from the Flint River, beginning in April 2014. That decision resulted in a crisis when lead contaminated the drinking water.
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  3. Mexico Catches One Of Several Fugitive Former Governors After A Half-Year Hunt

    Javier Duarte, former governor of Veracruz state, was finally apprehended in Guatemala this weekend. He's just one of nearly a dozen ex-governors either on the lam, under investigation or in prison.
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  4. After Arrests, Germany Confronts Issue Of Far-Right Extremism In Its Military

    The arrests in April of two army officers accused of plotting assassinations have raised serious questions about the extent to which far-right and neo-Nazi sympathizers are present in the military.
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  5. Golden State Takes 2nd NBA Title In 3 Years

    The Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 of the NBA Finals, winning the title in the stellar teams' third match-up in as many years.
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  6. Six Years In, Colorado’s Teacher Evaluation Program Has Changed The Performance Conversation

    Based on 2014-15 school year data, 96 percent of teachers evaluated received a rating of effective or higher. Almost no school districts had any “ineffective” teachers.
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  7. After Otto Warmbier's Release, Will U.S. Ban Travel To North Korea?

    It's highly unusual for the government to restrict the ability of Americans to go abroad. A full-on ban would have to come from Congress, but the secretary of state has authority to restrict travel.
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  8. 'We Will Not Give In To Fear': A Day After Shooting, Congress Plays Ball

    Democrats won the annual congressional baseball game, but this year, the score didn't matter.
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  9. A Day After Alexandria Shooting, More Questions, Few Answers

    Two victims remain in critical condition after the attack on a GOP baseball practice. Gunman James Hodgkinson had sold his possessions in Illinois before heading to Washington in March.
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  10. Before And After Shooting, Congress Faces Violent Threats

    Even before a gunman opened fire on a congressional baseball practice on Wednesday, injuring Republican Rep. Steve Scalise of Louisiana, a number of threats in recent months have worried Congress.
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