Top Stories: Johnson Won’t Seek UK Leadership; Afghanistan Attack

June 30, 2016

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Boris Johnson Says He Won’t Run For Prime Minister.

— Taliban-Claimed Attack On Afghan Police Trainees Kills Dozens, Reports Say.

— Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Bill Clinton Met Amid Email Investigation.

And here are more early headlines:

Turkey Identifies Nationalities Of Istanbul Airport Attackers. (Reuters)

Obama, Mexican, Canadian Leaders Wrap Up Summit, Discuss Trade. (Canadian Press)

Puerto Rico Financial Rescue Package Passes Congress. (USA Today)

Ohio Law Purging Inactive Voters Is Constitutional. (Reuters)

Alvin Toffler Dies, Authored “Future Shock”. (Los Angeles Times)

Giant Diamond Doesn’t Sell At Auction. (CNBC)

Grizzly Bear Kills Cyclist Near Glacier Park In Montana. (Flathead Beacon)

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