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ROHINGYA-BABIES OF RAPE — More than 10 months have passed since Myanmar's security forces launched a sweeping campaign of rape and other brutalities against the Rohingya. Now, the babies conceived during those assaults have been born. For many of their mothers, those births have been tinged with fear — not only because the infants are reminders of the horrors they survived, but because their community often views rape as shameful, and bearing a baby conceived by Buddhists as sacrilege. By Kristen Gelineau. SENT: 2,500 words, photos.

TRUMP-THE CABINET — In President Donald Trump's Cabinet, opportunities to reshape government and advance a conservative agenda come with everyday doses of presidential adulation, humiliation, perks and pestering. By Jonathan Lemire, Catherine Lucey and Zeke Miller. SENT: 2,735 words, photos.

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TOP STORIES

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TRUMP-SUPREME COURT — President Donald Trump is closing in on his next Supreme Court nominee, with three federal judges leading the competition to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy. Trump's top contenders for the vacancy at this time are federal appeals judges Amy Coney Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh and Raymond Kethledge, said a person familiar with Trump's thinking who was not authorized to speak publicly. By Catherine Lucey, Ken Thomas and Lisa Mascaro. SENT: 775 words, photos, videos. UPCOMING: 800 words by 4 p.m., photos.

BRITAIN-POISONING PROBE — In the quiet town of Amesbury, a stone's throw from the mysterious Stonehenge monument, the new reality is sinking in: Novichok, again. Four months had passed since the nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy and his daughter, and the collective nightmare seemed to be fading. No longer were forensics experts in oversize haz-mat suits combing the area for an invisible killer. Then a British couple with no obvious connection to Russia or to espionage fell desperately ill and the government said Novichok was to blame. By Gregory Katz, Danica Kirka and Jill Lawless and. SENT: 1,075 words, photos, video. UPCOMING: 900 words, photos by 4:30 p.m.

THAILAND-CAVE SEARCH — With more rain coming, Thai rescuers are racing against time to pump out water from a flooded cave before they can extract 12 boys and their soccer coach with minimum risk, officials say. By Tassanee Vejpongsa. SENT: 690 words, photo, video.

STATUE OF LIBERTY-ARRESTS — A woman has been charged with misdemeanor trespassing and disorderly conduct for climbing the base of the Statue of Liberty on a busy Fourth of July in what prosecutors called a "dangerous stunt." Court papers also charged Therese Okoumou with resisting arrest by refusing to leave her perch by the bottom of the statue's robes, about 100 feet above ground. Police were forced to scale the statue to pull her down. By Tom Hays. SENT: 345 words, photos.

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NATIONAL

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BURIAL GROUND UNDER PLAYGROUND — For generations, children would play kick-ball, hide-and-seek and jump rope on a stretch of concrete at a Philadelphia playground, unaware the remains of 5,000 black Philadelphians were buried 18 inches beneath their feet. Now, a portion of that playground will become a memorial to the dead. By Kristen de Groot. SENT: 800 words, photos.

LEGAL MARIJUANA-BLACK MARKET — Marijuana is legal in California, but the state's thriving illegal cannabis market is undercutting those playing by the rules. The situation is especially evident in Los Angeles County, California's biggest local legal pot market. By Michael Balsamo. SENT: 1,040 words, photos, video.

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INTERNATIONAL

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GERMANY-MIGRANTS — German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban traded barbs on the issue of migration, underlining the ongoing split within the European Union over how to deal with people seeking refuge or a better life on the continent. By Frank Jordans. SENT: 640 words, photos.

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BUSINESS/TECH

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US-CHINA TARIFFS-THE CASUALTIES — American farmers are already being hurt by falling prices for the soybeans they send to China. Higher prices are likely for many products in the U.S. that use Chinese parts, from home aquariums and fans to bath tubs and vacuum sealer products. As the United States and China prepare to impose tariffs beginning Friday on an initial $34 billion of each other's goods — with potentially many more to be taxed later — the pain will be felt by consumers and businesses on both sides. By Paul Wiseman and Joe McDonald. UPCOMING: 950 words by 3 p.m.

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HEALTH/SCIENCE

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DOG ORIGINS — A new study provides fresh evidence that the early dogs of North America all but disappeared after the arrival of Europeans. By Emiliano Rodriguez Mega. SENT: 120 words, photo. UPCOMING: Will be updated.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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FILM-SCARLETT JOHANSSON-TRANSGENDER MAN DRAMA — Scarlett Johansson's plans to portray a transgender man have sparked a backlash from many who object to cisgender actors playing trans roles. By Film Writer Jake Coyle. SENT: 420 words, photo.