Gary Johnson Explains Views on Religious Freedom, Trump Makes French President Feel Pukey, Anti-Prostitution Prosecutor Pleads Guilty to Soliciting Sex: A.M. Links


  • Jeremy Hogan/Polaris/Newscom

    Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson calls for a "balance between religious freedom and non-discrimination" in a Deseret News editorial today.

  • A federal judge has ruled that a suit against Trump University can proceed to trial. U.S. District Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel agreed that former students raised genuine concerns over whether Donald Trump had "knowingly participated in a scheme to defraud" them.
  • A lack of procedural guidance and accountability concerning police-worn body cameras could create a privacy and rights nightmare for Americans, civil-liberties groups warn.
  • Donald Trump's "excesses make you want to retch," opined French President Francois Hollande on Tuesday.
  • A coalition affiliated with the Black Lives Matter movement has released its first policy platform, which details six demands—including reparations for U.S. slavery—and around 40 policy recommendations.
  • A former Michigan prosecutor who led a loud crusade against prostitution in his county has plead guilty to soliciting prostitution and official misconduct.
  • Flossing may be overrated.

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