New York Times

Trump to Seek $54 Billion Increase in Military Spending
New York Times
Addressing the National Governors Association on Monday, President Trump laid out his budget proposal, calling for an increase of nearly 10 percent in military spending. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Photo by Stephen Crowley/The New York Times.
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NBCNews.com

Yemen SEAL Raid Has Yielded No Significant Intelligence: Officials
NBCNews.com
Last month's deadly commando raid in Yemen, which cost the lives of a U.S. Navy SEAL and a number of children, has so far yielded no significant intelligence, U.S. officials told NBC News. Although Pentagon officials have said the raid produced ...
White House: DOD to probe raid that led to Navy SEAL casualtyThe Hill (blog)
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Father Of Navy SEAL Killed In Yemen Raid Has Harsh Words For TrumpNPR
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Los Angeles Times

The many reactions when 'Moonlight' surprise won best picture at the Academy Awards
Los Angeles Times
Matt Damon seemingly cannot contain his disbelief at the turnaround. (Al Seib / Los Matt Damon seemingly cannot contain his disbelief at the turnaround. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times). It was a wild night at the Oscars. If this is your first time ...
The minute-by-minute breakdown of the shocking 'Moonlight'/'La La Land' best picture mix-upWashington Post
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CBS News

Small plane crashes into two homes in Riverside, Calif.
CBS News
RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- A small plane crashed into two homes in Riverside Monday evening shortly after taking off from a nearby airport, leaving fiery wreckage that nearly destroyed one of the homes, officials said. Authorities said at least one person ...
Small Plane Departing Riverside Airport Crashes Into 2 Homes, Leaving 1 DestroyedKTLA
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Philadelphia Jewish Cemetery Vandalized In Wave of Anti-Semitic Acts
NBCNews.com
Police were trying to identify the vandals who knocked over or damaged at least 100 headstones at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia as the nation grappled Monday with yet another wave of anti-Semitic incidents. Meanwhile, bomb threats forced the ...
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More bomb threats at Jewish schools and community centers, and another Jewish cemetery is vandalizedLos Angeles Times
Jewish schools in the Washington region receive bomb threatsWashington Post
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The Hill

Senate confirms Wilbur Ross as Commerce secretary
The Hill
Ross was widely expected to be approved Monday night, after he overcame a procedural hurdle earlier this month in a 66-31 vote that included the support of more than a dozen Democrats. But lawmakers appeared divided by his nomination ahead of ...
Wilbur Ross, a Billionaire Investor, Is Confirmed as Commerce SecretaryNew York Times
Ross confirmed to lead CommercePolitico
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USA TODAY

Elon Musk: SpaceX to fly 2 paying customers to the moon next year
USA TODAY
SpaceX founder Elon Musk said he's planning a private space mission, using a SpaceX rocket to transport two paying passengers around the moon. "I think this will be a very exciting mission," Musk said Monday, during a teleconference with journalists.
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Elon Musk's SpaceX plans to fly two private citizens around the moon by late next yearWashington Post
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Vanity Fair

Is Donald Trump Losing His Juice?
Vanity Fair
This weekend, amazingly, the selection of Tom Perez as head of the Democratic National Committee and the chaos at the Academy Awards managed to push Donald Trump out of the headlines for 30 seconds. Perhaps this is part of a trend toward regular ...

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Washington Post

House Intelligence chairman says he hasn't found evidence of Trump team's ties to Russia
Washington Post
Congressional Republicans are divided over how aggressively to pursue the allegations that President Trump's associates had contact with Russia, with some lawmakers calling for a full-scale look at the former national security adviser's communication ...
Intel Committee Dems huddle amid fight over Russia probeThe Hill
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In the House, Leaders of Russia Inquiry Are Split on Whether It's NeededNew York Times
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Christian Science Monitor

White House drops Obama-era discrimination claim against Texas voter ID law
Christian Science Monitor
The Trump administration is dropping a claim against a Texas voter ID law, one of the nation's strictest. A federal appeals court has ordered the state to fix the law's discriminatory effects. Monitor's Best: Top 5 ...
Trump's Justice Department Drops Opposition to Texas Voter-ID LawNew York Magazine
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