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Trump Bluntly Threatens Nuclear War With North Korea 
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in a file photo, and President Donald Trump. (photo: AP)
Julian Borger and Justin McCurry, Guardian UK
Excerpt: "Donald Trump has vowed to respond to North Korea with 'fire and fury' if it makes any more threats to attack the United States. Trump's comments came after Pyongyang threatened 'physical'" retaliation for new United Nations sanctions - and on a day when fresh evidence emerged that the North Koreans have overcome one of the last major technical obstacles to being able to hit the US or western Europe with nuclear-armed missiles."
Judge Orders Torture Trial Against Creators of the CIA's 'Enhanced Interrogation' Program
Martha Bellisle, AP
Bellisle writes: "A federal judge in Spokane on Monday officially denied a request to throw out a lawsuit against two psychologists who helped design the CIA's harsh interrogation program used in the war on terror."
Innocence Is Irrelevant
Emily Yoffe, The Atlantic
Yoffe writes: "This is the age of the plea bargain - and millions of Americans are suffering the consequences."
Trump Weighs Unprecedented Plan to Privatize Much of the War in Afghanistan
Jim Michaels, USA Today
Michaels writes: "Under the proposal, 5,500 private contractors, primarily former Special Operations troops, would advise Afghan combat forces. The plan also includes a 90-plane private air force that would provide air support in the nearly 16-year-old war against Taliban insurgents, Erik Prince, founder of the Blackwater security firm, told USA Today."
White House Defends Silence on Minnesota Mosque Bombing, Says It Might Have Been Faked by Liberals
Addy Baird, ThinkProgress
Baird writes: "The White House will not officially comment on the bombing of a Minnesota mosque because it may be a hate crime faked by a liberal, according to Trump national security adviser Sebastian Gorka."
Detainee Deaths, Suicide Attempts and Hunger Strikes Plague California's Adelanto Immigration Facility
Paloma Esquivel, LA Times
Esquivel writes: "Government officials say the Adelanto Detention Facility is subject to 'rigorous operating requirements' and is tightly monitored to ensure those standards are met. When problems are identified, they are promptly addressed, officials say. But complaints about the facility have grown particularly loud this year following the suicide attempts and three deaths since March, with multiple hunger strikes by detainees."
Over 150 Tribes Opposing Keystone XL Promise to Stop It in Its Tracks
Sierra Club
Excerpt: "The Intertribal Coalition of Nebraska and the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma met Tuesday in Lincoln, Nebraska to take a stand against the construction of TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline by signing the Treaty Alliance Against Tar Sands Expansion."

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