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  1. Prosecutors in the college admissions scandal are in Los Angeles this week as they continue to widen their investigation in the far-reaching scam. Sources an court records say they're mulling new charges against more parents. -[Summarize this news]

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  2. In a rare retreat, Amazon plans to shut down its Chinese marketplace business in July as it shifts its focus to offering mainland consumers overseas products rather than goods from local sellers. -[Summarize this news]

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  3. Many Americans lie about their vacations. They say the trip was better than it was, that they did more sightseeing than they actually did, that their accommodations were great. They even lie about how much fun they have. -[Summarize this news]

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  4. Elizabeth Alcarraz dreamed of owning her own business. After years working at McDonald's and at a gas station, the Peruvian immigrant did just that. -[Summarize this news]

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  5. Coaches, like athletes, rarely go out on top. But Valorie Kondos Field, who will retire after this season, appears to be the exception. UCLA gymnasts have 21 perfect scores, more than double of any other college team. -[Summarize this news]

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  6. Lil Dicky has assembled dozens of stars for the charity music video "Earth," with the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation distributing profits to charities that fight climate change. -[Summarize this news]

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  7. After the discovery of the abuse, California lawmakers began pushing to reexamine state home-schooling policies and increase regulation of home schools. -[Summarize this news]

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  8. Tired: Instagram influencers Wired: Instagram plantfluencers -[Summarize this news]

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  9. The drinking water in Paradise, Calif., where 85 people died last year in the nation’s worst wildfire in a century, is contaminated with the cancer-causing chemical benzene, officials said. -[Summarize this news]

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  10. Elizabeth Alcarraz dreamed of owning her own business. After years working at McDonald's and at a gas station, the Peruvian immigrant did just that. -[Summarize this news]

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    I spent a week at the border in Calexico earlier this month as migrant parents were released from detention to reunite with the kids they were separated from months ago. Here’s what I saw: -[Summarize this news]

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  12. "They walk silently for hours on city streets and return alone to small rooms with full ashtrays and no messages on the machine." - on songs by Joy Division Rollins reviews a new oral history of the band for -[Summarize this news]

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  13. For years, David and Louise Turpin tortured, abused and imprisoned their children, starving them and at times chaining them to their beds. On Friday, they were sentenced to 25 years to life in prison. -[Summarize this news]

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  14. After debuting in October to mostly lukewarm reviews, late-night talk show "Busy Tonight" has evolved into what feels like the best party in town. -[Summarize this news]

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    Last year and I reported a unit of LA Sheriff’s deputies were stopping and searching thousands of innocent Latino drivers on 5 freeway in an operation that had all the characteristics of racial profiling. Today the department OIG released its report on the unit. -[Summarize this news]

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    annnnnnnd week 2 is a GO! also, 's face is there too...?

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  17. Op-ed: "The Mueller report is so rich, and its lessons are infinite. Here’s my first one: Refuse to be drafted into the next infowar, and certainly don’t enlist," writes. (via ) -[Summarize this news]

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  18. The Central Bank of Jamaica has become something of a viral sensation, using reggae to communicate a monetary policy that has helped the Kingston stock exchange surge more than 300% in five years. -[Summarize this news]

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    Notre Dame fire inspires giving 4 black churches authorities say were deliberately set ablaze. In just a few days, pledges on a crowdfunding site 4 the 3 humble churches have gone from just under $50,000 to nearly $1.8 million. -[Summarize this news]

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