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Monday, May 29, 2017

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Andy Borowitz | Trump Says He Does Not Know Jared Kushner Very Well 
Trump and Kushner. (photo: New Yorker) 
Andy Borowitz, New Yorker 
Borowitz writes: "Donald J. Trump on Saturday accused the media of exaggerating his relationship with Jared Kushner, asserting that 'I don't know him very well.'" 
Trump Campaign Likely Didn't Save Documents: Report 
Max Greenwood, The Hill 
Greenwood reports: "The Trump campaign likely did not preserve documents and communications key to the law enforcement investigation into possible collusion between President Trump's associates and the Kremlin." 
'Brave and Selfless' Oregon Stabbing Victims Hailed as Heroes for Standing Up to Racist Rants 
Amy B. Wang, The Washington Post 
Wang reports: "Even before their names were released, one word repeatedly came up to describe the men who were killed in a stabbing Friday on a light-rail train in Portland, Ore.: heroes." 
Florida Could Pave New Changes in 'Stand Your Ground' Laws 
Brendan Farrington, Associated Press 
Farrington writes: "Lucy McBath is afraid many more people will die if Florida Gov. Rick Scott signs a bill making it harder to prosecute when people claim they commit violence in self-defense." 
Newly Insured Fret Over Gains Made Under US Health Care Law 
Tom Murphy and Kelli Kennedy, Associated Press 
Excerpt: "'I don't want to go back to the old way of doing things, worrying if I'm going to have the money to get my bladder infection treated,' said the 46-year-old self-employed massage therapist from Austin, Texas." 
Victory for Palestinian Prisoners as 80% of Strike Demands Met 
Excerpt: "After more than 1,500 Palestinian prisoners staged a mass, historic hunger strike for 40 days, the Palestinian Committee of Prisoners' officials confirmed Sunday that nearly 80 percent of the prisoners' demands were met as the strike ended Saturday." 
More People Heading to Court to Spur Action on Climate Change 
Oliver Milman, Guardian UK 
Milman writes: "Governments around the world are increasingly being challenged in court to do more to combat the threat of climate change, with litigation ranging from a group's attempt to stop an airport runway in Austria to a Pakistani farmer suing his government over its failure to adapt to rising temperatures." 

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