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EMMETT TILL — A North Carolina author who wrote about the brutal slaying of Emmett Till says FBI agents called him not long after its 2017 publication to ask about his interview with a key witness who acknowledged lying. Timothy Tyson told reporters he turned over interview recordings and other research materials. Tyson's 2017 book quotes a white woman as saying that she wasn't truthful when she testified that the black teen made sexual advances at a Mississippi store six decades ago. By Jay Reeves and Allen G. Breed. SENT: 770 words, photos.

VENEZUELA-CHILD EXODUS — As Venezuelans flee into Colombia to escape their country's collapsing economy, a grim toll is becoming evident among the youngest arrivals: Children are sleeping on streets, suffering malnutrition and, in a few cases, abandoned. Police in the border city of Cucuta regularly turn at least one or two children a day over to Colombia's child welfare agency, where many are then placed in foster homes. By Christine Armario. SENT: 1,670 words, photos.

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TRUMP — Dishing up a fresh dose of chaos on his European tour, President Donald Trump left behind a contentious NATO gathering in Brussels and moved on to Britain, where a pomp-filled welcome ceremony was soon overshadowed by an interview. Trump blasted Prime Minister Theresa May, blamed London's mayor for terror attacks against the city and argued that Europe was "losing its culture" because of immigration in the interview published Thursday. By Jonathan Lemire and Jill Colvin. SENT: 1,020 words, photos, audio, video.

TRUMP-UNWELCOME HOUSE GUEST? — Many Britons who awoke to the visiting U.S. President Donald Trump's fusillade against the country, its prime minister's exit strategy to leave the EU, its immigration policy and personal attacks on London's mayor Sadiq Khan, effectively blaming him directly for terror attacks in the capital city, will feel horror and anger as hosts to a world leader seemingly intent on denigrating their nation as the red carpet has been rolled out for him. Well, at least officially. By Tamer Fakahany UPCOMING: 650 words, photo by 3:30 a.m. EDT.

TRUMP-RUSSIA PROBE-CONGRESS — An embattled FBI agent whose anti-Trump text messages exposed the Justice Department to claims of institutional bias vigorously defended himself at an extraordinary congressional hearing that devolved into shouting matches, finger-pointing and veiled references to personal transgressions. By Eric Tucker and Mary Clare Jalonick. SENT: 1,180 words, photos, video. With TRUMP-RUSSIA PROBE-CONGRESS-TAKEAWAYS — 5 takeaways from FBI agent's explosive congressional hearing (sent).

CONGRESS-IMMIGRATION — Liberal Democrats have unveiled doomed legislation aimed at abolishing Immigration and Customs Enforcement, their eyes focused on galvanizing voters for the midterm elections. By Alan Fram. SENT: 800 words, photo, video.

SAFE INJECTION SITES — In a Brooklyn storefront, people sign up to use a bathroom outfitted to try to curb the nation's deadliest drug overdose epidemic. They'll be checked on, by intercom, about every three minutes while in the restroom at this needle exchange program, and staffers are ready to administer anti-overdose medication. By Jennifer Peltz. SENT: 1,150 words, photos, video.

SYRIA-CURTAILING IRAN-ANALYSIS — When President Donald Trump meets Russia's Vladimir Putin on Monday, the Syrian conflict will be one of the most immediately pressing issues on a wide-ranging and colorful agenda. By Zeina Karam. SENT: 1,170 words, photos.

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US-SKOREA-WAR REMAINS — The United States and South Korea hold a ceremony to return home the remains of two servicemen killed during the 1950-53 Korean War. SENT: 190 words, photos.

PARASITIC ILLNESS — Health officials in Illinois and Iowa are investigating an increase in people becoming sick from a parasite that causes intestinal illness. SENT: 180 words.

CHINA-INDUSTRIAL PARK BLAST — China's official Xinhua News Agency says a blast in an industrial park in a southwestern province has killed 19 people and injured 12 others. SENT: 100 words.

CHINA-NORTH KOREA — A senior Chinese official is striking a reassuring note about Beijing's commitment to progress in North Korea's denuclearization after President Donald Trump accused China of interfering in talks between Pyongyang and Washington. SENT: 110 words.

CHILE-SEX ABUSE — Authorities in Chile have arrested a priest accused of sexually abusing minors in the latest turn of a scandal engulfing the country's Roman Catholic Church for having covered up abuses for decades. SENT: 340 words.

BUS BYPASSES BLACK PASSENGER — A Massachusetts bus driver has been fired for telling a would-be passenger that he wasn't picked up because he's black. SENT: 120 words.

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POMPEO-MEXICO — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will lead a Cabinet-level delegation to Mexico on the heels of a sea-change election there that could offer a chance for the neighbors to repair strained relations — or make them worse. SENT: 600 words, photos.

TRUMP-NATO-ANALYSIS — Declaring victory over freeloading partners, President Donald Trump claims he had secured significant new concessions from NATO member nations on military spending after days of public haranguing. But even before Air Force One completed its 50-minute flight across the English Channel to the next stop on his European tour, Trump's claims of accomplishment were challenged by the same allies he claimed had caved. SENT: 750 words, photos.

FACT CHECK-TRUMP — President Donald Trump took credit for a supposed new decision by NATO members to increase military spending, though there was no evidence of that. SENT: 630 words, photos.

GUBERNATORIAL DEBATE-GEORGIA — During a tense debate between the two Republicans vying for Georgia governor, both candidates tried to make the race about who voters can trust when no one is looking. SENT: 450 words, photos.

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ROBERT RAY-FUNERAL — Regarded as a savior to many Vietnam War refugees and as a political centrist willing to cross party lines, former Iowa Gov. Robert D. Ray will be remembered at a funeral as a beloved leader — who likely would have a tough time being elected in today's political climate. SENT: 670 words, photos.

RACIAL KILLING — Mark Jones says he and two of his Army buddies were out for an impromptu bachelor party when Savannah police arrested them in a drive-by slaying that would land them behind bars for more than 25 years. Now prosecutors are dropping the case for good, sparing the men from a new trial after Georgia's top court threw out their convictions. SENT: 570 words, photos.

FLOODING-GRAND CANYON — Crews will begin assessing flood damage on tribal land in Arizona known for its towering blue-green waterfalls. A popular campground on the Havasupai reservation deep in a gorge off the Grand Canyon was inundated with flood water this week. SENT: 630 words, photos.

MARIJUANA-OREGON-OVERSIGHT WOES — The agency overseeing Oregon's legal medical marijuana industry conceded in a report it has not provided effective oversight of growers and others in the industry, creating opportunities for weed to be diverted to the black market. SENT: 500 words, photo.

LAST BLOCKBUSTER — Alaska's last two Blockbuster video stores are calling it quits, leaving just one store open in the U.S. The stores in Anchorage and Fairbanks will close for rentals after Sunday night and reopen Tuesday for video liquidation sales through the end of August, said Kevin Daymude, general manager of Blockbuster Alaska. SENT: 340 words, photos.

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PAKISTAN-RADICALS IN THE RACE — Pakistan is seeing an unprecedented number of extremists and militant sectarian groups — even an international terror figure with a $10 million U.S.-offered bounty on his head — on the campaign trail ahead of parliamentary elections later this month. By Kathy Gannon. SENT: 950 words, photos. With PAKISTAN-POLITICS — Pakistan readies for disgraced ex-PM Sharif's return from UK (sent).

UNITED NATIONS-SOUTH SUDAN — The Security Council is set to vote on a resolution that would impose an arms embargo on South Sudan and sanctions against a current deputy defense chief and former army chief. SENT: 470 words.

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CHINA-TRADE — China's June trade grew by double digits amid mounting tensions with Washington but Beijing warned its exporters face "rising instabilities and uncertainties." By Business Writer Joe McDonald. SENT: 480 words, photos. With CHINA-NORTH KOREA-TRADE — China's June trade with North Korea falls by more than half (sent).

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WHOOPING CRANES — Endangered whooping cranes released into Louisiana's wilds have had their best hatching season so far, with five chicks foraging in crawfish ponds. The majestic birds barely escaped extinction: the 670 alive today all are descendants of 15 counted in Texas in 1941. SENT: 760 words, photos, video.

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WIMBLEDON — Even after more than a year away from tennis, Serena Williams shows she's still capable of dominance. She defeats Julia Goerges 6-2, 6-4, putting her one win from an eighth Wimbledon championship. She will face Angelique Kerber for the crown Saturday. By Tennis Writer Howard Fendrich. SENT: 900 words, photos.

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