Establishment Democrats get a wake-up call in New York:
The out-of-nowhere upset of Democratic Rep. Joe Crowley in Tuesday’s New York primary has stunned the Democratic establishment and shook up the party’s likely line of succession to become the next House speaker.
Federal judge orders reunification of parents and children, end to most family separations at border:
A federal judge in California late Tuesday ordered a halt to most family separations at the US border and the reunification of all families that have been separated in the first major rebuke to the Trump administration during ongoing furor over family separations at the border.
Sarah Sanders to receive Secret Service protection:
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is expected to receive Secret Service protection as soon as Wednesday, two sources familiar with the decision tell CNN, but they did not specify how long it will last.
Oscar Robertson Calls out White Athletes on Social Injustice Issues:
Basketball Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson called for more white athletes to take a stand against social injustice on Monday.
After accepting a Lifetime Achievement Award at the NBA Awards show, The Big O spoke positively about those fighting for equality. According to ESPN.com’s Ohm Youngmisuk, he added, “The only thing that really bothers me is where are the white athletes when this is happening?”
Robertson expanded upon his point by saying that all athletes should use their platform to raise awareness:
America’s 11 most endangered historic places:
Kids’ exposure to addiction drug rose 215% in three years, study says:
More than 11,200 calls concerning children’s exposure to buprenorphine, an opioid medication used to treat opioid use disorder, were made to US poison control centers from 2007 to 2016, a new study found. Eighty-six percent of the exposures were in children below the age of 6; 89% of the exposures were unintentional.
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