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Juan Cole | Russo-US Dog Fights Over Syria? 
A U.S. Navy F/A-18E Super Hornet launches from the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) in the Mediterranean Sea, June 28, 2016. (photo: Ryan U. Kledzik/Reuters) 
Juan Cole, Informed Comment 
Cole writes: "Yara Bayoumi at Reuters reports on the complicated minuet being danced by Russia, the Syrian Air Force, and the United States." 
WTF Is Going on With the Secret Senate Version of Trumpcare? 
Tim Dickinson, Rolling Stone 
Dickinson writes: "We've been hit with an avalanche of news over the past week: Trump under investigation for obstruction of justice! House Whip was shot at baseball practice! Attorney General Sessions stonewalls Intel committee!" 
Supreme Court Rules Bush Officials Aren't Liable for Post-9/11 Abuse 
Alexa Liautaud, VICE 
Liautaud writes: "More than 15 years after allowing sweeping post-9/11 detentions, the government officials who implemented the policies are off the hook." 
Franken: Impeaching Trump Could Lead to 'Zealot' Pence 
Olivia Beavers, The Hill 
Beavers writes: "Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) is cautioning his Democratic colleagues that if President Trump is impeached, Vice President Pence would become president and he 'would be worse' on domestic issues." 
Who Holds the DEA Accountable When Its Missions Cost Lives? 
Ginger Thompson, ProPublica 
Thompson writes: "In early 2011, the Drug Enforcement Administration obtained a rare and highly valuable piece of intelligence about the leaders of the Mexico-based Zetas cartel, one of the most powerful, and impenetrable, drug organizations in the world." 
DR Congo Authorities Arming Militia Behind 'Horrific Attacks': UN 
Nina Larson, Agence France-Presse 
Excerpt: "The UN rights chief on Tuesday accused authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo of backing a new militia behind 'horrific attacks' in the Kasai provinces, including killing and mutilating hundreds of civilians." 
Not So Green: How the Weed Industry Is a Glutton for Fossil Fuels 
Oliver Milman, Guardian UK 
Milman writes: "As he opens the steel door to the jumble of his office, located in a cloistered warehouse on the west side of Denver, Paul Isenbergh is barking down the phone about a duplicitous business rival. He's wearing a shirt and rust-colored tie. Yards from his desk, rows of drying cannabis plants are strung up on two clothes lines." 

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