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  1. President Donald Trump uttered a rapid series of false claims, at least 13 in all, during his Cabinet meeting on Tuesday. He made another claim for which there is no public evidence, and he offered positive words about an ally's accusation for which there is no public evidence.
  2. President Donald Trump told a dramatic story on Twitter last month.
  3. CNN's Anderson Cooper expresses his deep concern with President Donald Trump's racist comments.
  4. Democratic Rep. Al Green of Texas on Tuesday introduced his articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, which will force the House to take up the measure later this week.
  5. Republican Kansas Senate candidate Kris Kobach defends President Trump's racist tweets about four Democratic congresswomen of color.
  6. CNN's Randi Kaye speaks to a group of Republican women who say they don't have a problem with President Trump's racist attacks on four Democratic congresswomen of color.
  7. President Donald Trump may have finally met his match: The Squad.
  8. President Donald Trump might finally have broken Washington.
  9. America's debt load is about to hit a record. The combination of cheap money and soaring debt helped fuel the decade-long economic expansion and bull market, but America's gluttony of loans could work against it if its fragile economic balance shifts.
  10. The House voted 240-187 on Tuesday night to officially condemn racist language from President Donald Trump in a motion that was supported by four House Republicans.
  11. A video from NBC News's archive shows Donald Trump at a party with Jeffrey Epstein in 1992. President Trump now says he's "not a fan of" Epstein.
  12. The US House of Representatives has ordered an investigation into whether the Department of Defense experimented with ticks and other insects as biological weapons.
  13. When Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is sentenced Wednesday in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, it could be the last time the public -- and even some members of his family -- ever see him in person.
  14. President Donald Trump's racist comments about Democratic congresswomen have won him renewed support from white supremacists who had been losing faith that he was the hero they wanted to create a prospering White America.
  15. Biden challenges Trump to a push-up contest. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
  16. Justice John Paul Stevens was remarkable in so many ways that even his death at the age of 99 comes as a surprise. He had published only two months earlier his biography, teasingly titled "The Making of a Justice: My First 94 Years." And for those of us who practiced before the Supreme Court, it did seem like he might well live forever. After all, he was still swimming in the ocean every day and regularly playing tennis and golf well into his nineties.
  17. Kellyanne Conway prides herself on her combativeness with the press. It's a trait that has long endeared her to President Donald Trump and kept her in his ever-shrinking inner circle of advisers.
  18. Bill Gates is no longer the world's second-richest person. That title now belongs to French billionaire Bernard Arnault.
  19. Samuel Little, who claims to be the most prolific serial killer in American history, has admitted killing a woman 25 years ago in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, a Pine Bluff official tells CNN.
  20. Americans will need to cut their average consumption of beef by about 40% and Europeans by 22%, for the world to continue to feed the 10 billion people expected to live on this planet in 2050, according to a new report.
  21. A six-year-old girl died Monday after she was hit in the head by a golf ball that her father hit, authorities said.
  22. Royal Caribbean has canceled a cruise ship's stop in San Juan, Puerto Rico, due to widespread protests against Gov. Ricardo Rosselló.
  23. Five years ago today, Eric Garner's final words "I can't breathe" sparked a nationwide rallying cry to demand more police accountability in the deaths of unarmed black men.
  24. Stanford University is looking into reports of a noose found hanging near a campus residence -- which could become a hate crime investigation.
  25. After serving nearly 28 years in prison, a Philadelphia man was freed after authorities publicly acknowledged that police and prosecutors had evidence that pointed to other suspects.
  26. Italian police have seized "an arsenal of military weapons" and a collection of Nazi paraphernalia from three men, one of whom is a former political candidate for an extreme right party.
  27. On June 14, 2018, two armored Mercedes-Maybach S600 Guard vehicles were shipped from the Dutch Port of Rotterdam, heading out on a journey that would take months and see the cars transported thousands of miles through six countries, according to a new report from the Washington-based Center for Advanced Defense Studies (C4ADS).
  28. Looks like Lil Nas X is ready to answer the call to storm Area 51 with an Old Town Raid.
  29. At the "Lion King" premiere in London, Pharrell Williams briefly spoke with Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and told them how significant he believes their marriage is.
  30. Following allegations of sexism and gender bias, the Consumer Technology Association said Tuesday it would officially sanction sex tech companies, allowing them to show their products at next year's Consumer Electronics Show.
  31. The seaside town of Harlech in Wales is now home to the world's steepest street, Guinness World Records has ruled, knocking a New Zealand road off the top spot after more than a decade.
  32. Jackie Jozaitis suffered bites to her foot and ankle after a shark attacked the 16-year-old while she was boogie boarding off Amelia Island in Florida.
  33. Disneyland calls itself "The Happiest Place on Earth," but family heiress Abigail Disney said she found workers struggling when she recently visited the park undercover.
  34. Disney heiress Abigail Disney explains to CNN's Don Lemon why she's a proponent of a federal wealth tax to help address income inequality.
  35. Abigail Disney is doubling down on her criticism of executive pay at her family's company.

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