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National
SUBPOENAS - WASHINGTON - House panel poised to subpoena Jared Kushner, Jeff Sessions and 10 others with ties to President Trump. 475 words, by John Wagner (Post).
TRUMP-BOOK - WASHINGTON - A new book depicts how many Republicans who once criticized President Trump changed their tune after his election. 1,850 words, by Josh Dawsey (Post). One photo.
IMMIG - The Trump administration defends pushing migrant asylum seekers back into Mexico. 1,130 words, by Maria Sacchetti (Post).
CENSUS - President Trump is expected to announce executive action in latest bid to place citizenship question on census. 820 words, Seung Min Kim and John Wagner (Post). One photo.
CENSUS-HOUSE - WASHINGTON - House will vote to hold Barr, Ross in contempt of Congress over 2020 Census citizenship question. 245 words, by Felicia Sonmez (Post).
DRUGPRICES - In a blow to its efforts to lower drug prices for consumers, the White House ends a proposal to eliminate hidden rebates. 925 words, by Yasmeen Abutaleb, Amy Goldstein and Ashley Parker (Post).
DEMS-ANALYSIS - The ideological tension between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and outspoken Democratic freshmen. 940 words, by Philip Bump (Post). One photo. Three graphics. One photo.
YOUTHVOTE - Democrats and voting-rights groups are pushing to overturn or head off measures they fear could erode the electoral might of young voters. 2,195 words, by Amy Gardner (Post). Nine photos.
DEMS-FUNDRAISING - Warren and Sanders turn billionaire Steyer into a foil as they seek campaign donations. 605 words, by John Wagner (Post).
BUTTIGIEG - Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg rolls out an ambitious policy plan to "dismantle racist structures and systems." 560 words, by Amy B. Wang (Post).
BIDEN-TRUMP - WASHINGTON - Joe Biden attacks President Trump's foreign policy. 350 words, by John Wagner (Post).
BIDEN-BG - Joe Biden outlines his plans for a sweeping overhaul of U.S. foreign policy after four years of President Trump's leadership.770 words, by Jennifer Epstein (Bloomberg). One photo.
DEMS-MONEY -- When Democratic presidential candidates report their second-quarter fundraising totals to the FEC Monday, the numbers will show who's catching fire -- and who's not. 1,325 words, by Bill Allison (Bloomberg). One photo.
IMMIG-WARREN - Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., proposes reshaping immigration agencies, decriminalizing border crossings. 920 words, by Annie Linskey (Post).
WARREN-BG - With policy and outreach, Elizabeth Warren makes inroads with black voters. 840 words, by Tyler Pager (Bloomberg). One video.
EPSTEIN - Epstein offers mansion, private jet as collateral in bid to be released from jail. 905 words, by Matt Zapotosky (Post).
ENVOY-BREAKFAST - WASHINGTON - U.S. allies hold breakfast for departing the British ambassador - and "the message is clear." 475 words, by Karen DeYoung (Post).
HYTEN - WASHINGTON - Sexual assault allegations complicate confirmation of President Trump's nominee for military's No. 2 officer. 1,920 words, by Paul Sonne, Karoun Demirjian and Missy Ryan (Post).
SOCIALMEDIA-BG - The White House on Thursday holds a closed-door social media summit. 880 words, by Ben Brody (Bloomberg).
CATHOLICS - WASHINGTON - A spokeswoman for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops stirs debate with tweets backing President Trump and attacking Democrats. 935 words, by Michelle Boorstein (Post).
ALEXJONES - The Connecticut Supreme Court agrees to hear an appeal of a lower court's decision sanctioning broadcaster Alex Jones. 565 words, by Susan Svrluga (Post).
FLORIDA-DRUGPLANT - A Florida officer planted meth on random drivers, sending innocent people to jail, police say. 1,380 words, by Meagan Flynn (Post).
CALIF-QUAKE - Understanding the Ridgecrest, California, earthquakes and what comes next. 1,055 words, by Matthew Cappucci (Post).
UTAH-LUECK - After a Utah college student vanished cellphone data led detectives to a patch of soil in a mountain gorge. 1,160 words, by Isaac Stanley-Becker (Post).
ILLINOIS-FUNERAL - Illinois cancer patient raises money to pay for her own funeral - and to help others. 845 words, by Cathy Free (Post special). One photo
DC-APOLLO - WASHINGTON - A 363-foot projection of a rocket will be flashed on the Washington Monument to celebrate Apollo 11 anniversary. 275 words, by Dana Hedgpeth (Post).
COASTGUARD - Watch a Coast Guardsman leap onto a moving submarine in the Pacific. 500 words, by Alex Horton (Post). One video.
ENERGY-POLICY - WASHINGTON - The Agriculture Department's research leaders appear to be doing damage control after reports that it suppressed climate science research. 690 words, by Ben Guarino (Post).
HEALTH-POLICY - WASHINGTON - The government funds kidney dialysis for all who need it. But the program needs fixing. 710 words, by Paige Winfield Cunningham (Post).
TECH-POLICY - President Trump threatens social media ahead of White House summit. 625 words, by Tony Romm (Post).
FINANCE-POLICY - WASHINGTON - Jerome Powell has mixed news for President Trump. 750 words, by Tory Newmyer (Post).
World
IRAN - DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Britain says it blocked Iranian ships from stopping a British tanker in the Strait of Hormuz in what appears to be a major escalation in tensions between Iran and Western powers. 430 words, by Erin Cunningham (Post). Also: IRAN-BG (Ross, DiPaola, Bloomberg). With IRAN-BRITAIN (Longley, Kayakiran, Bloomberg).
FRANCE-US - PARIS - France adopts a tax on major tech companies despite U.S. disapproval. 520 words, by James McAuley (Post).
ISRAEL-BODIES - TEL AVIV, Israel - Israel recovers the body of a soldier who went missing in Lebanon in the early 1980s. 1,765 words, by Loveday Morris (Post). Six photos.
CHINA-ANALYSIS - BERLIN - In a first, 22 nations condemn China's repression of Uigher Muslims - without the U.S. 930 words, by Rick Noack (Post).
NKOREA-BG -- North Korea revises its constitution to make Kim Jong Un head of state. 390 words, by Shinhye Kang (Bloomberg).
BRITAIN-ANTISEMITISM - Tom Watson says he is "chilled and appalled" by reports of interference in antisemitism investigation. 455 words, by Jessica Shankleman (Bloomberg).
PHILIPPINES - Philippines president Rodrigo Duerte's response to boat clash with China alarms his pro-US critics. 1,155 words, by Regine Cabato (Post).
ITALY - An Italian teen disappeared in 1983. The Vatican just exhumed two tombs to look for her. 465 words, by Deanna Paul (Post).
RUSSIA-TURQUOISELAKE - Instagram users are obsessed with this turquoise lake. It's actually a power plant's "dangerous" dumping ground. 890 words, by Allyson Chiu (Post).
SKOREA-JAPAN-BG - No easy exit in sight from worst Japan-South Korea spat in years. 900 words, by Isabel Reynolds and Jihye Lee (Bloomberg).
GERMANY-BG - German Chancellor Angela Merkel opts to sit at ceremony after the third bout of shaking. 445 words, by Arne Delfs and Patrick Donahue (Post).
NORWAY - Soviet-era submarine is emitting radiation at levels 800,000 times above normal, Norway says. 600 words, by Claire Parker (Post). Video link.
AUSTRALIA - Tourists rush to beat hiking ban on sacred formation in Australia. 725 words, by Alex Horton (Post).
Health, Science and Environment
BARRY - Barry predicted to unleash "dangerous" hurricane conditions in Louisiana. 800 words, by Jason Samenow and Brian McNoldy (Post). Two photos. Also BARRY-BG (Sullivan, Bloomberg). One video.
Business
ECON-BG - A key measure of U.S. consumer prices rises more than forecast in June. 590 words, by Reade Pickert (Bloomberg).
LULULEMON - The workout gear retailer is expanding into gyms. 460 words, by Leslie Patton and Jordyn Holman (Bloomberg).
VW - Volkswagen shuts down production of the iconic Beetle in favor of an SUV. 295 words, by Andrea Navarro and Gabrielle Coppola (Bloomberg). One photo.
MORTGAGES - Fixed mortgage rates end up back where they started after an up-and-down week. 660 words, by Kathy Orton (Post). One photo.
WORKWEEK - Interest in the four-day week grows in Europe but gets less interest in the U.S. 1,100 words, by Jeff Stein (Post).
AMAZON - Amazon will retrain one-third of its U.S. employees to get ahead of tech changes. 525 words, by Rachel Siegel (Post).
BITCOIN - Bitcoin slides after Fed chairman says Facebook's cryptocurrency raises "serious concerns." 630 words, by Hamza Shaban (Post).
BAYER-BG - Bayer's roundup misery toll depends on who runs the numbers. 840 words, by Tim Loh (Bloomberg). One photo.
RYANAIR - Ryanair may pare growth plans if Max 737 grounding drags on. 485 words, by Benjamin Katz and Simon Foy (Bloomberg).
CRYPTOCURRENCY - Crypto peer-to-peer exchanges more popular as regulatory scrutiny rises. 870 words, by Olga Kharif (Bloomberg).
POT - Pot investors brace for writedowns, not profits, in second half. 690 words, by Kristine Owram (Bloomberg).
DELTA - Blistering travel demand, lower fuel costs and a grounded Boeing 737 Max give Delta the muscle to command higher fares. 780 words, by Justin Bachman and Mary Schlangenstein (Bloomberg).
DEUTSCHEBANK - Deutsche Bank faces Justice Department probe over 1MDB investment fund. 560 words, by Sonali Basak and John Gittelsohn (Bloomberg).
MARKETS-EMERGING --Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell gives emerging-market peers a strong reason to cut rates. 685 words, by Enda Curran and Lilian Karunungan (Bloomberg).
Features
MUSIC-BURRELL - LOS ANGELES - A great jazz guitarist said he was in desperate need of money. His friends had questions. 3,265 words, by Geoff Edgers (Post). Two photos.
TV-STUEVER - Do you really want to live in a world where "Friends" and "The Office" are TV's most valuable shows? 1,400 words, by Hank Stuever (Post).
Commentary
ENVOY-TAYLOR-COMMENT - The British ambassador isn't the one who is undiplomatic. 1,080 words, by Adam Taylor (Post). One video.
TECH-KIRK-COMMENT - It's time to treat tech platforms like publishers. 865 words, by Charlie Kirk (Post special).
ACOSTA-COMMENT - Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta will have more explaining to do - if he stays. 700 words, by Jennifer Rubin (Post).
IRAN-COMMENT - Iran and the U.S. claim they're not on speaking terms, but they're doing a lot of talking. 775 words, by Jason Rezaian (Post).
TRAUMA-COMMENT - The toxic stress of detention can dramatically alter kids' lives. 625 words, by Nadine Burke Harris (Post special). One video.
POWER-COMMENT - It's time for Congress to take power back from the presidency. 1255 words, by Nancy Isenberg and Andrew Burstein (Post special).
GENDER-COMMENT - Gender will define 2020 election. 1,010 words, by Paul Waldman (Post).
CENSUS-RUBIN-COMMENT - With an executive order on the census, President Trump would seek to defy the judiciary. 650 words, by Jennifer Rubin (Post).
LAWYERS-COMMENT - President Trump has made it impossible for government lawyers to act ethically. 1,080 words, by Alexandra Brodsky (Post special).
DEMS-CARTER-COMMENT - The renaissance of Jimmy Carter and what it means for 2020. 1,230 words, by Amber Roessner (Post special).
AMAZON-COMMENT - Amazon tries to prove it's not a Dickensian workhouse. 780 words, by Shira Ovide (Bloomberg).
FOSTER-COMMENT - The "Billy Graham Rule" doesn't honor your wife - it demeans her and all women. 1,120 words, by Monica Hesse (Post).
WAGES-COMMENT - A $15 minimum wage isn't so scary. 925 words, by Noah Smith (Bloomberg Opinion).
MEDIA-COMMENT - "Time to shake things up": Norah O'Donnell takes over at ratings-challenged CBS Evening News. 850 words, by Margaret Sullivan (Post).
CARLSON-OMAR-COMMENT - Tucker Carlson proposes an Orwellian test for immigrants: They've "got to like us back." 750 words, by Erik Wemple (Post). One photo.
SUGAR-COMMENT - It's not your fault that you eat so much sugar. 430 words, by Faye Flam (Bloomberg).
INSTITUTE-COMMENT - Koch brothers and George Soros team up for a new foreign-policy think tank, which raises questions. 1,055 words, by Daniel W. Drezner (Post).
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