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Outspoken survivor of Pulse shooting dies in Tampa

Chris BrodmanA man who was an outspoken survivor of the Pulse night club shooting in Orlando died Sunday at a home northwest of Tampa.

Chris Brodman, 34, died about 1:30 a.m. Sunday in the backyard of a home at 12224 Garden Lake Circle, in the Keystone area of Hillsborough County, authorities said. Investigators have not determined what caused Brodman’s death.

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US and Israel to sign record military aid deal

Israel to get 38b in arms aidThe United States has agreed a record multi-billion-dollar deal to provide Israel with military assistance for 10 years from 2019, according to US officials.

Following 10 months of frequently tense negotiations, the State Department said on Tuesday that the two allies had reached an agreement, with a signing ceremony planned for Wednesday.

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The Backlash Against Trump Hotels

Trump International HotelA small crowd of protesters gathered outside the Trump International Hotel on Monday morning, chanting “No Trump! No KKK! No racist USA!” A banner read: “Immigrants and Muslims are welcome here. Trump Hotel is NOT!” The luxury hotel isn’t slated to have its grand opening until October, but Monday’s soft opening showed it’s already become a target for protest against Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

Both the timing of the hotel’s debut and its address seem fitting. The property is situated in between the White House and the U.S. Capitol on Pennsylvania Avenue. Its location ensures Trump will have a highly visible presence in the nation’s capital no matter what happens in November. But win or lose, the election could have unintended consequences for Trump’s business ventures, including his new hotel.

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North Dakota arrest warrant for Amy Goodman raises fears for press freedom

Amy GoodmanNorth Dakota police have issued an arrest warrant for the Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman, who has been reporting on the Native American protests against an oil pipeline, accusing her of entering “private property” to conduct interviews.

The charges have raised concerns about possible free speech violations and press intimidation, since the Morton county sheriff’s office accused the award-winning broadcast journalist after Democracy Now! filmed security guards working for the Dakota access pipeline using dogs and pepper spray on protesters.

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Donald Trump Calls for No Debate Moderators as Pressure Mounts to Fact-Check Him

Trump calls for no moderatorsSince NBC’s Matt Lauer received widespread criticism for failing to fact-check Donald Trump at Wednesday night’s presidential forum, members of the public and press have been urging moderators for the upcoming debates to do better.

If the GOP nominee lies about being a vocal opponent of the Iraq War, as he did Wednesday and throughout the 2016 campaign, for instance, he should be called out.

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Pence refuses to call David Duke 'deplorable'

David DukeIndiana Gov. Mike Pence refused on Monday to say David Duke, the former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, is a “deplorable” supporter of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

CNN’s Wolf Blitzer pushed Pence, Trump’s running mate, to respond to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton saying on Friday that half of her rival’s supporters fit into a “basket of deplorables.”

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NCAA Cuts Championships from N. Carolina

NCAA cuts championship from NC- The NCAA on Monday announced that it would relocate seven championship events from North Carolina to other states based on the organization's commitment to an "inclusive atmosphere for all college athletes, coaches, administrators and fans."

North Carolina was to host:

2016 Division I Women’s Soccer Championship, College Cup in Cary, Dec. 2 and 4;
2016 Division III Men’s and Women’s Soccer Championships in Greensboro, Dec. 2 and 3;

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Study: 40 percent of children exposed to secondhand smoke

40 percent of children exposed to second hand smokeEven with drastic decreases in the number of Americans who smoke, four out of ten children are still exposed to secondhand smoke, at least partially because it remains prevalent in public spaces and apartment buildings, according to a study published in the journal Circulation.

More than two-thirds of black children, more than one-third of white children and just under one-third of Hispanic children are exposed to secondhand smoke, researchers report in the American Heart Association-sponsored study.

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How Israel aims to redefine 'ethnic cleansing

How Isreal redefines ethnic cleansingOn one level, an incendiary video posted by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over the weekend looked suspiciously like an own goal.

In it, Netanyahu argues that a Palestinian demand to dismantle Jewish settlements amounts to the "ethnic cleansing" of some 650,000 Jews living in the occupied territories, in violation of international law.

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