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Syria could be planning chemical attack, White House says 
The Trump administration said late Monday that it had discovered evidence that the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad could be planning another chemical weapons attack. Press Secretary Sean Spicer said in a statement that "The United States has ...

Supreme Court allows part of Trump travel ban to take effect, and will consider full order this fall 
The Senate Republican healthcare bill ran into serious trouble late Monday when key GOP senators indicated they may block the Obamacare overhaul from proceeding to a vote this week. Political turmoil has been building over the bill for days. But GOP ...

Does health insurance coverage really save lives? 
In the midst of the complex, politically-charged health care debate unfolding in Washington, medical researchers say the science is clear: being uninsured increases one's risk of dying. That's the headline out of a new big-picture analysis of existing ...

McConnell Faces Mutiny On GOP Health Care Plan 
WASHINGTON ― After the Congressional Budget Office dealt another blow to the Republican health care plan, Senate GOP leaders on Monday night scrambled to figure out a way forward for a bill already on shaky ground. Republican leaders seemed to have no ...

'In Santa Clarita, this is how we weed whack': Crews battle 870-acre Placerita fire amid heat and wind gusts 
Crews battling a wildfire in Santa Clarita faced red flag conditions Monday as temperatures climbed into the triple digits, humidity dropped and winds gusted toward homes and businesses as fast as 30 mph, officials said. “Conditions are right for a fire ...

The 25 Most Influential People on the Internet 
For our third annual roundup of the most influential people on the Internet, TIME sized up contenders by looking at their global impact on social media and their overall ability to drive news. Here's who made this year's unranked list:

Aaron Persky, Judge in Brock Turner Sex Assault Case, Faces Recall Petition 
The process to remove the California judge who sentenced former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner to only six months for sexual assault formally got under way Monday as organizers filed recall paperwork. Fifty Santa Clara County community leaders ...

Substitute teacher, 24, accused of sex in two counties with her 17-year-old boy student 
A former substitute teacher in southwestern Missouri was arrested Sunday and charged in connection with alleged sexual contact with one of her students. Loryn Barclay, 24, faces charges in two counties as a result of the alleged relationship with the 17 ...

Cosby Trial: Juror Says Cosby Talked His Way Into Guilty Vote 
A juror in Bill Cosby's mistrial said he "flip-flopped" during the long deliberations but finally decided the comedian's own words showed he was guilty of sexual assault. Bobby Dugan said the clincher came as the jury reviewed sworn statements Cosby gave ...

Senate Health Bill Raises Uninsured by 22 Million in 2026 Compared With ACA, the CBO Says 
The Senate Republican health-care overhaul would result in 22 million more people uninsured and cut the cumulative federal deficit by $321 billion in the next decade compared with the current Affordable Care Act, according to an estimate released Monday by ...

Hollywood Is Auditing China's Box-Office for First Time 
The lobbying group for Hollywood’s top studios is auditing China’s box-office figures amid concern that ticket sales have been reported inaccurately, according to a person familiar with the matter. The Motion Picture Association of America, which ...

Jared Kushner Has Hired a New Power Lawyer to Represent Him in the Russia Probe 
Jared Kushner has added one of America's leading white-collar defense lawyers to his legal team as he prepares for Special Counsel Bob Mueller's probe into possible ties between Russia and associates of Donald Trump during the presidential campaign and ...

Federal judge issues stay to stop deportation of more than 1,400 Iraqi immigrants 
DETROIT -- A group of 1,444 Iraqi immigrants received some good news on Monday night when U.S. District Court Judge Mark Goldsmith granted a stay to prevent deportation, CBS Detroit reports. The temporary stay is based on those being deported -- who are ...

Ohio city rep proposes new system to combat expensive overdose drug 
A city council member in Ohio, the state with the highest number of heroin overdose deaths, has proposed a controversial way to deal with the issue. A Middletown, Ohio city council member has proposed a new plan which would prevent people who need medical ...

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