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Trump claims military is ‘thrilled’ to participate in his July 4th celebration:

President Donald Trump claimed Tuesday that “the Pentagon and our great Military Leaders are thrilled” to be participating in his newly revamped Fourth of July celebrations in Washington, which will feature “incredible flyovers,” fireworks and a speech from the President.

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Lee Iacocca, who helped create the Ford Mustang and then rescued Chrysler in the 1980s, has died:

Auto industry icon Lee Iacocca, once one of America’s highest profile business executives and credited with rescuing Chrysler from near-bankruptcy in the 1980s, has died. He was 94.

He was instrumental in the creation of the Ford Mustang and the Chrysler minivan.
Iacocca’s youngest daughter confirmed he passed away of natural causes Tuesday. He is survived by two daughters and eight grandchildren.

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The reason why Megan Rapinoe was benched against England:

Megan Rapinoe, a star on the US Women’s National Team, wasn’t in Tuesday’s starting lineup against England. She didn’t warm up, either.

Fans were, appropriately, freaking out. It was the World Cup semifinal, after all.
But now we know why: Coach Jill Ellis confirmed that Rapinoe had a slight hamstring strain.
“I feel we have a deep bench and called upon another player and thought they did a fantastic job,” Ellis said.
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‘America’s Got Talent’ finalist proves there is life after tragedy:

On December 10, 2005, Kechi Okwuchi was a 16-year-old high school senior in Nigeria, about to experience a trauma that would change her life.

On that day, Okwuchi and sixty of her classmates boarded a plane to head home for Christmas from their boarding school. It’s a flight they took at the beginning and end of every semester. There were a total of 109 people onboard including the flight crew. According to Okwuchi, everything about the flight was normal except for one thing — her seat.
For this particular trip, Okwuchi’s mother had booked her an aisle instead of her preferred window seat.
Northview Church in Indiana raised enough money to alleviate about $4 million in medical debt in their community.

This church will pay off about $4 million in medical debt in its community. Here’s how it happened:

Four times a year, Northview Church in Indiana does what it calls the Dollar Club.

The premise is simple: A dollar by itself doesn’t go a long way, but a bunch of dollars, together, well, that’s something.
So every fiscal quarter, the pastors across Northview’s seven campuses in Indiana — averaging about 10,000 people on a typical Sunday — asks its congregations to donate a dollar. They then pool all the money and put it to work. The church typically raises between $6,000 and $10,000, and the money has gone to support foster families, help with medical bills, and so on.
But in May, things were different. Northview asked their congregations for a little more this time, $3 or $4 rather than the typical one. They had a special opportunity, they said

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