Top Stories: United’s CEO Visits Capitol Hill; Portland May Day Clashes

May 2, 2017

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— United CEO Called Before Congress To Explain Eviction And Injury Of Passenger.

— Portland Police Arrest 25, Saying A May Day Rally Devolved Into ‘Riot’.

— Why White Evangelicals Are ‘Splintering’ Politically.

And here are more early headlines:

Trump, Putin To Hold Phone Conversation Today. (The Hill)

Heavy Rain, Flooding Threats Persist In Central U.S. (

U.S. Says South Korean Missile Defense System Operational. (BBC)

French Presidential Candidates Trade Criticisms. (BBC)

SpaceX Successfully Launches Secret Satellite For U.S. (Wired)

Federal Reserve Opens 2 Day Meeting On Interest Rates. (Reuters)

Venezuelan President Calls for Changes In Constitution. (CNN)

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