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Mueller will accept Trump’s written responses as first step: A.M. News Links

September 5, 2018

Mueller will accept Trump’s written responses as first step: A.M. News Links

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Mueller will accept Trump’s written responses as first step: source (Reuters)

Woodward’s revelations raise disturbing questions about Trump (CNN)

Brett Kavanaugh vows to ‘keep an open mind in every case,’ after chaotic confirmation hearing day (Fox News)

National news

Ayanna Pressley upsets Capuano in Massachusetts house race (New York Times)

Embattled Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel not seeking re-election (ABC News)

Second poll shows Dems with big lead in generic House ballot (The Hill)

EPA watchdog accuses agency of failing to justify Scott Pruitt’s security spending (ABC News)

Facebook and Twitter execs prepare to face grilling from Senate Intel Committee (NBC News)

Cities may not prosecute homeless people for sleeping outside if they have no access to shelter, appeals court rules (Los Angeles Times)

Tropical Storm Gordon makes landfall near Alabama-Mississippi border (Associated Press)

2 Chicago-area priests arrested in Miami Beach after being caught performing sex acts in car, police say (Chicago Tribune)

Lawyer for good Samaritan homeless man says all money from viral fundraiser is gone (NBC News)

Wisconsin parents arrested after teen son dies during religious fast, police say (Fox News)

Woman mauled to death by a pit bull she rescued two weeks earlier (CBS Baltimore)

World news

Canada to stick to guns at NAFTA talks despite Trump pressure (Reuters)

White House ‘monitoring’ possible Syrian offensive that defies Trump warning (Politico)

Damascus says Israeli planes target military positions in Syria (Reuters)

Pompeo to tackle Pakistan on terrorism, tighten U.S. links with India (CNN)

Britain would now vote 59-41 to stay in the EU, new poll shows (Reuters)

Migrant death rate soars in Mediterranean Sea, UNHCR says (NBC News)

Outraged Brazilians call for independent probe into national museum fire (ABC News)

Afghan policeman launched attack that killed American soldier, U.S. official says (Associated Press)

Wives make plea to Aung San Suu Kyi for jailed Myanmar journalists (CNN)

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