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FRANKLIN-EULOGY — Aretha Franklin's family says it was taken aback by a fiery eulogy by a pastor at her funeral last week. The Rev. Jasper Williams Jr. said black lives don't matter unless blacks stop killing each other, and criticized single-parent homes. The Franklins called the eulogy offensive and distasteful. By David Bauder. SENT: 360 words, photo.

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TOP STORIES

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SUPREME COURT-KAVANAUGH-WHAT TO WATCH — Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is set for a week of hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Republicans are focusing on Kavanaugh's 12-year career as an appellate court judge while Democrats are expected to grill Kavanaugh on hot-button issues that could swing the court's majority rightward. By Lisa Mascaro. SENT: 855 words, photos. With: SENATE-SUPREME COURT — With Republicans hoping to move the Supreme Court to the right for years to come, a Senate committee is beginning hearings for President Donald Trump's second nominee to the court. By Mark Sherman. SENT: 680 words, photos; SUPREME COURT-KAVANAUGH-VIEWERS' GUIDE — A guide to some of the terms and legal jargon you're likely to hear at the Kavanaugh confirmation hearing (sent).

TRUMP-SESSIONS — President Donald Trump escalates his attacks on Attorney General Jeff Sessions, suggesting the Department of Justice put Republicans in midterm jeopardy with recent indictments of two GOP congressmen. By Catherine Lucey. SENT: 630 words, photos.

AFGHANISTAN-OBIT-HAQQANI — Jalaluddin Haqqani, the founder of Afghanistan's much-feared Haqqani network and a former U.S. ally turned fierce enemy, has died after years of ill health at 72. By Kathy Gannon. SENT: 985 words, photo.

BRAZIL-RIO MUSEUM FIRE — Forensic investigators and researchers await access to the National Museum of Rio de Janeiro, gutted in a fire, to find out how the blaze began and what remains of the 20 million artifacts that made the museum one of the most important in Latin America. By Peter Prengaman and Sarah DiLorenzo. SENT: 580 words, photos, video. With: BRAZIL-RIO MUSEUM FIRE-GLANCE (sent).

TROPICAL WEATHER — Tropical Storm Gordon lashes South Florida with heavy rains and high winds, forcing holiday beachgoers to drier ground. Weather forecasters say the storm could strengthen to near-hurricane force by the time it hits the central U.S. Gulf Coast. By Jennifer Kay. SENT: 675 words, photos.

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CONGRESS-ELECTION SECURITY — Just two months before the midterm elections, bipartisan legislation to try to prevent foreign hacking into U.S. election systems is stalled in Congress. The White House and some Republicans worry it would exert too much federal control over states. Supporters of the bill say the delay could embolden Russia, which attempted to breach election infrastructure in at least 21 states in 2016. By Mary Clare Jalonick. SENT: 1,090 words, photo.

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NATIONAL

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POINTS OF LIGHT — President Donald Trump may have ridiculed former President George H.W. Bush's "thousand points of light" this summer but the concept is still going strong three decades later. More than 6,000 daily Points of Light awards have given to individuals. The Points of Light foundation promotes volunteerism in 37 countries. By David Sharp. SENT: 670 words, photo.

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INTERNATIONAL

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CHINA-NORTH KOREA-XI — As North Korea celebrates a major anniversary this weekend, the presence — or absence — of Chinese President Xi Jinping could highlight just how much vitality has been restored to ties between Pyongyang and Beijing. By Christopher Bodeen. SENT: 990 words, photos.

CHILE-BACHELET — Michelle Bachelet was 23 when she was tortured during the dictatorship of Gen. Augusto Pinochet and fled into exile. She then rose through the ranks and became Chile's first women president. Now, she is about to face her past and help fight crimes against humanity worldwide as the new U.N. human rights chief. By Eva Vergara. SENT: 1,125 words, photos.

ISRAEL-PHILIPPINES — Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who once compared himself to Hitler, has paid a solemn visit to Israel's national Holocaust memorial, branding the Nazi leader "insane" as he lamented the genocide of 6 million Jews. By Aron Heller. SENT: 805 words.

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BUSINESS/TECHNOLOGY

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CALIFORNIA BRIDGE-SEISMIC SENSORS — A replacement bridge under construction at the nation's second-busiest port isn't just a crucial route for cargo trucks and Southern California commuters — it's a concrete-and-steel science experiment for engineers and seismologists. By Christopher Weber. SENT: 690 words, photos, video.

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SPORTS

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US OPEN — Roger Federer was stunned in the fourth round of the U.S. Open by 55th-ranked John Millman of Australia 3-6, 7-5, 7-6 (7), 7-6 (3) on a humid evening. Federer had never lost at Flushing Meadows to someone ranked outside the top 50. Millman reached his first Grand Slam quarterfinal and will face Novak Djokovic next. By Howard Fendrich. SENT: 865 words, photos.