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Andy Borowitz | Jeff Sessions Urges Melania to Work Harder on Campaign to Stop Cyberbullying
First Lady Melania Trump. (photo: Remo Casilli/Camera Press)
Andy Borowitz, The New Yorker
Borowitz writes: "Saying that the problem 'is far worse than I imagined,' Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday urged First Lady Melania Trump to intensify her campaign against cyberbullying."
'Skinny' Obamacare Repeal May Leave 16 Million More Uninsured, CBO Estimates
Jacob Pramuk, CNBC
Pramuk writes: "A version of the Obamacare repeal plan the Senate could pass this week may leave 16 million more Americans uninsured over a decade, according to a Congressional Budget Office estimate requested by Senate Democrats."
Trump Talks Privately About the Idea of a Recess Appointment to Replace Sessions
Carol D. Leonnig, Ashley Parker and Philip Rucker, The Washington Post
Excerpt: "President Trump has discussed with confidants and advisers in recent days the possibility of installing a new attorney general through a recess appointment if Jeff Sessions leaves the job, but he has been warned not to move to push him out because of the political and legal ramifications, according to people briefed on the conversations."
Admiral Says He'd Launch a Nuclear Strike on China if Trump Ordered It
Laurel Wamsley, NPR
Wamsley writes: "At a security conference in Australia on Thursday, this scenario was posed to the commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet: If ordered to do so by President Trump, would he would launch a nuclear attack on China next week? His response: Yes."
'Stupid or Liar': What Justine Damond's Death Proves About All Lives Matter
Michael Harriot, The Root
Harriot writes: "Less than a week after Justine Ruszczyk was killed by a fatal gunshot wound to the abdomen from a Minneapolis police officer's gun, the police chief has been forced out, the mayor is on thin ice, and the new chief is an African-American man with deep roots in Minneapolis."
Defense Chiefs Resist Donald Trump's Ban on Transgender Troops
Associated Press
Excerpt: "In a rebuke to Trump's attempt to run the government and military via Twitter, Gen Joseph Dunford, America's top military officer, said on Thursday that the armed forces would continue to permit transgender people to serve openly until the defense secretary, Jim Mattis, has received Trump's 'direction' to change the policy and figured out how to implement it."
Environmental Chemicals May Be Cause of Western Men's Sperm Drop by 50 Percent
Alexandra Sifferlin, TIME
Sifferlin writes: "A new report reveals that sperm counts among men in Western countries, including men in North America, Australia, New Zealand and Europe, have dropped substantially over the years."

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