Obama: World leaders 'rattled' by Trump
(CNN) President Barack Obama touched on the rancorous U.S. presidential race at a press conference Thursday from the G-7 summit in Japan, saying that presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump's statements had his fellow world leaders concerned.
Obama: World leaders are 'rattled' by Trump's ignorance, love of tweetsWashington Post
Obama can't endorse during the Democratic primary, so he's just pointing out how hard the job is insteadLos Angeles Times
Obama: Trump Candidacy Has 'Rattled' World
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Ars Technica

Government agencies keep sacrificing cash to zombie IT systems, GAO finds
Ars Technica
For those of you who don't remember, this is what an 8-inch floppy disk looks like. Government Accountability Office. Some of the most critical business systems run by US government agencies are older than many of the IT people who support them ...
Government spending billions to keep antique computer systems runningFox News
The US is still using floppy disks to run its nuclear programCNN
US nuclear emergency messaging system still uses floppy disksThe Hill
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New York Times

Politics|Hillary Clinton's Campaign Rebuffs Report's Criticism of Email Use
New York Times
A statement from Hillary Clinton's campaign reprised many of the arguments Mrs. Clinton has made over the past 14 months about her use of a personal email and server while she was secretary of state. Credit Eric Thayer for The New York Times.
What the State Department Email Report Means for Hillary
Clinton's Email DeceptionsWall Street Journal
State Department Inspector General's report demolishes Hillary's excuses about her private email serverAmerican Thinker (blog)
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Here's why Obama decided to go to Hiroshima
(CNN) President Barack Obama's visit to Hiroshima Friday is a trip more than six years in the making by a man who has sought to recognize history without being what he has called "imprisoned" by it. From its conception, the visit -- a first by a ...
As Obama goes to Hiroshima, here are 3 principles for a successful visit (with no apologies)Washington Post
Hiroshima and the Politics of ApologizingThe Atlantic
With Historic Hiroshima Visit, Obama Pushes For Nuclear-Free WorldNPR -Los Angeles Times -The Hill (blog) (blog)
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G7 agrees need strong message on South China Sea, China says don't 'hype'
ISE-SHIMA, Japan Group of Seven (G7) leaders agreed on Thursday on the need to send a strong message on maritime claims in the western Pacific, where an increasingly assertive China is locked in territorial disputes with Japan and several Southeast ...
China Wants Disputed South Sea Off G7 AgendaVoice of America
G7 set to take clear stance on Asia's disputed watersDeutsche Welle
Southeast Asia's Dance With ChinaInternational New York Times
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NYPD: 1 dead, 3 wounded in TI concert shooting
NEW YORK — Shots rang out inside a concert venue in New York City where hip-hop artist T.I. was getting ready to perform, leaving one person dead, three others wounded and concertgoers scrambling for the nearest exits, police said. One of the victims ...
T.I. Concert Shooting in New York City: 1 Dead, 3 InjuredE! Online
1 Person Killed and 3 Wounded at NYC T.I. ConcertAlbany Times Union
The Latest: Concert shooting victim is critical but stableOmaha World-Herald -KTLA -Entertainment Weekly -New York Post
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NBC New York

Elton John, Julia Roberts Sign on for NBC's 'Red Nose' Special
NBC New York
Julia Roberts will appear on the NBC "Red Nose Day" special with Ludacris to talk about kids in need in Phoenix and Atlanta. Elton John, Julia Roberts, Will Ferrell, Blake Shelton and Kobe Bryant are among more than 65 stars who have signed on for "The ...
Red Nose Day Charity Last Year Paid Over $1M to Consultants Sued Previously for “Gross Failure”

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Muslim students in Switzerland are being forced to shake hands with their female teachers
The tradition of shaking a teacher's hand at the beginning and end of each lesson is a long-standing one in the classroom in Switzerland. But it has now sparked a broader narrative on the country's identity. Last month, two Syrian boys in the town of ...
Swiss boys' refusals to shake female teacher's hand prompt $5000 fineChristian Science Monitor
Muslim kids who refused to shake Swiss teacher's hand face fineNew York Daily News
Mandatory Handshakes in Swiss ClassroomsThe Atlantic
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CBS News

Space station crew inflating experimental "BEAM" external module
CBS News
An innovative expandable space module developed by a Las Vegas billionaire and attached to the International Space Station in April was being inflated early Thursday by the lab's crew, using internal tanks and station-supplied air to grow six feet in ...
[ May 25, 2016 ] Watch live: Bigelow's station habitat to be expanded Thursday Mission ReportsSpaceflight Now
Watch live: Astronauts inflate the first expandable space habitatWashington Post
Expandable Habitat to Be Inflated on Space Station Today: Watch It
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Washington Post

How 'American Sniper' Chris Kyle's truthfulness is in question once again
Washington Post
That Navy SEAL Chris Kyle served with distinction in combat is not in dispute. The celebrated Iraq War veteran braved enemy fire numerous times while deployed to some of that war's most intense battlegrounds. During the 2004 fight to take back the city ...
New questions cast doubt on 'American Sniper' Chris Kyle's combat
Documents show different medal count for 'American Sniper' Chris KyleFox News
Navy probing discrepancy with 'American Sniper' Chris Kyle's medalsUSA TODAY -Newsmax -International Business Times -New York Daily News
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