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On Politics: Trump Visits North Korea

Mr. Trump became the first sitting American commander in chief to set foot in the reclusive country.

Kamala Harris and Classmates Were Bused Across Berkeley. The Experience Changed Them.

Fellow Berkeley public school students remember the early days of the integration effort: “We were all just kids trying to figure it out on our own.”

Fiery Plane Crash Kills 10 People in Texas

The turboprop airplane crashed into a hangar at Addison Airport, killing eight passengers and two crew members.

Ukraine Role Focuses New Attention on Giuliani’s Foreign Work

A Ukrainian-Russian developer says he hired the former New York mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani to lobby. Mr. Giuliani says he never lobbied the U.S. government.

Photos: Pride March Brings the Brightly Colored Masses to New York’s Streets

The length of the annual parade route was extended to celebrate WorldPride and to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising.

Toddler Dies From E. Coli Linked to Contact With Animals at San Diego County Fair

Officials say a 2-year-old boy, who died on June 24, was one of four children who showed symptoms of E. coli after coming in contact with animals at the fair in June.

Kevin Durant will join the Brooklyn Nets on four-year, $164.3 million deal

The most coveted free agent this off-season, the power forward will miss most or all of 2019-20 while recovering from Achilles surgery.


While WorldPride Rolls, 2 LGBTQ Events Are Canceled Due To Safety Concerns

“Storybook Pride Prom” in Jacksonville, Fla., and Drag Queen Story Hour in Pittsburgh were canceled this weekend after both events’ organizers decided they could not ensure a safe space.

‘We Are Entitled To Freedom’: Hong Kong To Continue Protests

A series of protests rocked Hong Kong this month. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators are expected to use the anniversary of Hong Kong’s reversion to China as an occasion to continue protests.

Trump’s Historic Meeting With North Korea Leader Is Propaganda Bait, Expert Says

NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with Jean Lee, director of the Wilson Center’s Hyundai Motor-Korea Foundation Center, about President Trump’s meeting with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un.

Etiquette For Your July 4 Barbecue

NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with Carla Lalli Music, food director at Bon Appétit, about proper barbecue etiquette for July Fourth cookouts.

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