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Conception: Shakeup within the Dwelling of Trump
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Conception: Shakeup within the Dwelling of Trump

Sign up to get our new weekly column as a newsletter. We’re looking back at the strongest, smartest opinion takes of the week from CNN and other outlets (CNN)Within a few hours last week, two pillars of the Trump White House shook. On Thursday, President Donald Trump revealed that press secretary Sarah Sanders is leaving…

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– The comments on this post! What’s Your Most Awkward Date Story? – There are some real gems in this post about wedding fails. – The ‘3.5% rule’: How a small minority can change the world: Erica Chenoweth, a political scientist at Harvard University, confirms that civil disobedience is not only the moral choice; it…

Because the World Heats Up, Soccer Must Adapt
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Because the World Heats Up, Soccer Must Adapt

The record heat wave sweeping through Europe sent daytime temperatures above 100 degrees Fahrenheit last week in France as soccer players squared off in the quarterfinals of the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Temperatures soared even higher during the concurrent Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt. One player for Nigeria was hospitalized and missed his team’s…

The Twitter yarn for Megan Rapinoe’s mark looked as if it would be taken over by a talented-Trump troll amid the player’s barbs with the president
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The Twitter yarn for Megan Rapinoe’s mark looked as if it would be taken over by a talented-Trump troll amid the player’s barbs with the president

A Twitter account for the personal brand of United States Women’s National Team co-captain Megan Rapinoe appeared to be briefly taken over Saturday after the midfielder traded public barbs with President Donald Trump. Some Twitter users spotted @therapinoebrand, an account for the player’s branded merchandise, appeared as a page boasting for Trump. The brand’s handle…

Yosemite to revive names to ancient attractions below $12-million settlement – Los Angeles Times
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Yosemite to revive names to ancient attractions below $12-million settlement – Los Angeles Times

The National Park Service on Monday reached a $12-million settlement in a long-running legal battle with Yosemite’s former facilities operator that permits that name — and several others — to be restored to their historic attractions. “I’ve said from literally Day One that these names belong with these places, and ultimately belong to the American…


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