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TOP STORIES

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CALIFORNIA WILDFIRES-WEARY FIREFIGHTERS — Some 12,000 firefighters are working 24-hour shifts battling deadly California wildfires. The exhausted and hungry crews are becoming resigned to fire seasons that start earlier and burn longer and unleash increasingly unpredictable blazes. For many of the firefighters slamming down 9,000-calorie meals between shifts, the nonstop effort has become routine. By Martha Mendoza. SENT: 900 words, photos. With CALIFORNIA WILDFIRES — Fire crews facing several weather uncertainties struggle to corral a deadly blaze in Northern California that has left thousands of dazed evacuees reeling as they to take care of themselves, their families and even pets (sent, developing).

TRUMP — President Donald Trump says he would consider shutting down the government if Democrats refuse to vote for his immigration proposals, the U.S.-Mexico border wall. Republicans, trying to protect their majority in Congress, are playing down the chance of a shutdown as the November election nears. By Darlene Superville. SENT: 870 words, photo.

TRUMP-STEEL TARIFF — U.S. companies pursuing exemptions from President Donald Trump's tariff on imported steel are accusing American steel manufacturers of spreading inaccurate and misleading information, and they fear it may torpedo their requests. By Richard Lardner. SENT: 1,050 words, photo.

CEO HEALTH — Fiat Chrysler's late founding CEO Sergio Marchionne was a notorious workaholic who regularly slept on a corporate jet while landing in the headlines for his shrewd deal-making. Despite his public profile, he had kept a secret even from his board: he'd been seriously ill for more than a year. Following his sudden death at 66, the revelation that Marchionne had kept his illness from his company for so long has rekindled a debate over what top executives should share about their personal lives. By Business Writer Colleen Barry. SENT: 1,080 words, photos.

GERMANY-ANTI-SEMITISM IN SCHOOL — With the number of Holocaust survivors dwindling and schoolchildren now at least three generations removed from the Nazi genocide, teenagers have been recruited as the next ambassadors for the Jewish community in Germany. The country's leading Jewish group is sending young Jews into schools to fight the stereotypes and ignorance that give rise to anti-Semitism at a peer-to-peer level. By Kirsten Grieshaber. SENT: 990 words, photos.

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WASHINGTON/POLITICS

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TRUMP-MEDIA — The publisher of the New York Times says he "implored" President Donald Trump at a private White House meeting to reconsider his broad attacks on journalists and told him that the anti-press rhetoric was "not just divisive but increasingly dangerous." Trump has called the media "the enemy of the people" and speaks often of "fake news." SENT: 960 words, photo.

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NATIONAL

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FATAL SHOOTING-NEW ORLEANS — Two armed people walk up to a crowd gathered outside a strip mall in New Orleans and open fire, killing three and wounding seven more, the police chief said. The shooting happened on a busy thoroughfare about 3 miles from the French Quarter. SENT: 480 words, photos.

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INTERNATIONAL

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INDONESIA-EARTHQUAKE — A shallow, magnitude 6.4 earthquake killed at least 14 people and injured 162 on Indonesia's Lombok Island, a popular tourist destination next to Bali, officials say. By Niniek Karmini and Ali Kotarumalos. SENT: 460 words, photos.

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BUSINESS/TECHNOLOGY

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ECONOMY — President Donald Trump's top economic policymakers are insisting the robust growth marked in the April-June quarter will maintain its pace and they insist he respects the Federal Reserve's independence despite his condemnation of the central bank for raising interest rates — which it may do again this coming week. SENT: 130 words. UPCOMING: 650 words, photo by 3:30 p.m.

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SPORTS

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BBO--HALL OF FAME INDUCTIONS — Sluggers Chipper Jones, Jim Thome and Vladimir Guerrero, reliever Trevor Hoffman and former Detroit teammates Jack Morris and Alan Trammell are being inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. UPCOMING: 750 words, photos. Ceremony started 1:30 p.m.