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Garrison Keillor | Blind Man in a Hotel Room
Garrison Keillor. (photo: WPR)
Garrison Keillor, The Washington Post
Keillor writes: "The 22 million people who may lose their health insurance in the next few years if Congress does as the man wishes will face some high barriers between them and any sort of eye surgery. This does not come under the heading of Kindness."
5 Big Questions After the Bombshell About Donald Trump Jr. and the Russian Lawyer
Aaron Blake, The Washington Post
Blake writes: "The White House has a whole new Russia headache on its hands after Donald Trump Jr. on Sunday acknowledged he met in June 2016 with a Kremlin-tied lawyer who was pitching opposition research on Hillary Clinton. The president's son isn't apologizing for the meeting, and the White House as a whole is taking its usually defiant tone about the whole thing. But that may prove difficult for a whole host of reasons."
Louisiana Lawyers Sue Black Lives Matter on Behalf of a Cop Shot by a Lone Assassin
Alan Pyke, ThinkProgress
Pyke writes: "Arguing that founding BLM organizers DeRay McKesson, Johnetta Elzie, Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi 'not only, incited the violence against police in retaliation for the death of black men shot by police, but also did nothing to dissuade the ongoing violence and injury to police,' the suit both seeks damages from the five named organizers and aims to render '#BlackLivesMatter' as a courtroom defendant."
Educators: We Will Protect DACA Students From Deportation
Excerpt: "Every year across the United States and its territories, more than 80,000 individuals become eligible for DACA status but are deterred from pursuing these protections due to uncertainty and risk of deportation. Currently, there are at least 10 states calling for an to end DACA."
Threats and Attacks: White Supremacists Target Campuses
Patrick Strickland and Laurin-Whitney Gottbrath, Al Jazeera
Excerpt: "Between the November 8 election of Trump and April, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) watchdog documented 1,863 bias incidents, at least 330 of which took place on university campuses. In the 10 days following Trump's election alone, the monitor recorded an average of 87 hate incidents per day."
Spyware in Mexico Targeted International Experts
Maria Verza and Mark Stevenson, Associated Press
Excerpt: "Investigators said Monday that targets of high-tech spying in Mexico included an international group of experts backed by the Organization of American States who had criticized the government's probe into the disappearance of 43 students."
Thousands Flee Wildfires in California as Blazes Continue Across US and Canada
Associated Press
Excerpt: "Wildfires have been barreling across the baking landscape of the western US and Canada, forcing thousands of residents to flee and destroying homes."

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