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Thursday’s Headlines: Mueller report will be lightly redacted, offering detailed look at Trump’s actions

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Mueller report will be lightly redacted, offering detailed look at Trump’s actions
The report will show that Robert S. Mueller III decided he could not come to a conclusion on obstruction because it was difficult to determine President Trump’s intent, people familiar with the matter said.
On eve of report’s release, Nadler accuses Barr of protecting Trump
The Judiciary Committee chairman said the attorney general is “waging a media campaign on behalf of President Trump.”
 
Key lawmakers will get more complete version of Mueller report than the public
Prosecutors made the revelation in a filing in the court case against President Trump’s confidant Roger Stone.
 
@PKCapitol | Analysis
Members of Congress intent on sticking to script, no matter what Mueller report says
By and large, Democrats are focused on kitchen-table issues during the two-week recess. Republicans are poised to echo President Trump’s refrain of “no collusion.”
 
A wrestler was forced to cut his dreadlocks before a match. His town is still looking for answers.
After a white referee said Andrew Johnson’s hair didn’t conform to the rules, the video of his haircut went viral. His small New Jersey town is awaiting the results of an investigation while grappling with how to move forward.
 
High schoolers are inviting strangers to watch as they get into college — and get rejected
For some viewers, the YouTube videos are glimpses into the future — not the heightened version of their dreams and nightmares but vérité depictions of acceptance and rejection as it happens.
 
 
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I got breast implants after I beat cancer. No one told me they could bring it back.
Think twice about your stocks. They may hurt human rights in China.
Concerned that government is rigged in favor of the rich? End this tax credit.
My husband, Carlos Ghosn, is innocent of it all
The whole church is burning, not just Notre Dame. It’s time for a rebirth.
Barr’s redactions on the Mueller report don’t deserve the benefit of the doubt
 
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‘Infatuated’ with the Columbine shooting, she flew to Colorado and bought a gun
But instead of hurting others, authorities say, 18-year-old Sol Pais killed herself.
 
Beto O’Rourke, other Democrats see the downside of releasing tax returns
The candidates have faced questions about their personal finances and charitable donations at a time when many voters are frustrated by the economic divide in the country.
 
Fact Checker | Analysis
Pence, Buttigieg and the debate over ‘conversion therapy’
Democratic hopeful Pete Buttigieg’s attacks on Vice President Pence have again raised claims that Pence once backed “conversion therapy.”
 
North Korea says Pompeo is ‘talking nonsense,’ wants him replaced in nuclear talks
North Korea’s Foreign Ministry issued the statement hours after the country announced it had test-fired a new tactical guided weapon, in its first public weapons test since a summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un abruptly ended.
 
Man detained after trying to enter St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York with gasoline and lighters, police say
The 37-year-old allegedly had two containers of gasoline, two bottles of lighter fluid and butane lighters.
 
Gene therapy cures infants with ‘bubble boy’ immune disease
After years of heartbreaking setbacks, researchers say they can restore immune systems in babies with severe combined immunodeficiency disease, or SCID.
 
Analysis
The 2019 NFL schedule is out. Here are 15 games you can’t miss.
Patriots vs. Steelers in Week 1 and Saints vs. Rams in Week 2 are just a couple of the must-see games this season.
 

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