President Donald Trump spoke in Poland on several issues and sort of accepted the idea that Russia attempted to meddle with America's elections but also said "nobody really knows for sure" whether other countries were involved. He also complained about fake news and criticized North Korea. Watch his speech here.
- The director of the federal Office of Government Ethics, Walter Shaub Jr., announced today he was stepping down six months before his term was scheduled to end.
- Several states are suing Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for delaying a federal rule making it easier for students attending for-profit colleges to seek loan forgiveness in cases when the schools have charged with predatory practices.
- More than 100 people were shot over the extended holiday weekend in Chicago.
- Sanctions against Qatar (for whatever vague reasons have been used to justify them) are probably not going to amount to much.
- In "tell me something I don't know" news of the day, a crazy plan for an elevated bus in China that would straddle traffic was a big scam.
- We've seen folks on the left stage fake hate crimes to implicate Trump supporters. Here's a Trump supporter getting caught trying to do the same thing to them with fake anti-Trump vandalism.
- Democratic Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe will not stop the execution of William Morva, 35, who is set to get a lethal injection this evening. Morva's lawyers say he is profoundly mentally ill.
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