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RSN: Trump Jr. Met Russian for Dirt on Clinton

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Trump Jr. Met Russian for Dirt on Clinton 
Donald Trump Jr. in April. Mr. Trump, the president's eldest son, arranged a meeting in June 2016 in New York with a Russian lawyer who has connections to the Kremlin. (photo: Al Drago/NYT) 
Jo Becker, Matt Apuzzo and Adam Goldman, The New York Times 
Excerpt: "President Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., was promised damaging information about Hillary Clinton before agreeing to meet with a Kremlin-connected Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign, according to three advisers to the White House briefed on the meeting and two others with knowledge of it." 
Trump Backs Away From Working With Russia on Cybersecurity 
Guardian UK 
Excerpt: "Donald Trump appears to have backed away from working with Russia to create a cybersecurity unit to guard against election hacking following widespread criticism of the idea." 
Steve Bannon Is out of Trump's Doghouse 
Joshua Green, New York Magazine 
Green writes: "For Bannon, things are looking up." 
Former Congresswoman Pleads With Republicans Not to Take Away Her Health Care 
Jack Jenkins, ThinkProgress 
Jenkins writes: "A former congresswoman is pleading with Congress not to pass its plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), saying doing so wouldn't just hurt millions of Americans - it would also likely result in her former colleagues hindering her own access to life-saving health care." 
Sexual Harassment in Silicon Valley: Have We Reached a Tipping Point? 
Olivia Solon, Julia Carrie Wong and Sam Levin, Guardian UK 
Excerpt: "In an industry where money rules and male investors are treated like demigods, more and more women are speaking up. But will it work?" 
Western Intervention to Blame for Murder of LGBT Iraqis 
Excerpt: "While deadly attacks against LGBT people have risen due to the invasion, countries like the United Kingdom deny asylum to Iraqi queer and trans people, citing that being gay in Iraq is not actually illegal." 
Is Activism or Moderation the Surest Path to Decarbonization? 
Robert Fares, Scientific American 
Fares writes: "Perhaps we need to win the issue politically, and worry about the facts later once we're in a position to actually make policy." 

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