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California Republicans embrace Donald Trump

Their candidates competing in premier races for U.S. Senate and governor will have to strain to advance past the primary. Their prospects in down-ballot statewide races are no better. In the Legislature, it’s uncertain whether they can muster the victories to break Democratic supermajorities that render the GOP powerless to stop tax increases. Seven House Republicans are defending districts won by Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump last year.

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The fall of ISIS in Raqqa

The conquest of Raqqa, the “capital” of the Islamic State, by U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters is a major milestone in the defeat of the insurgent “caliphate,” but not its final death. It will do little to calm, and possibly will exacerbate, the continuing deadly instability of Syria and neighboring Iraq.

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Obama-era Russian uranium deal investigation widens; B-52 bombers on alert on North Korea

THE LEAD STORY: The House Oversight committee has started investigating an Obama-era deal in which a Russian-backed company bought a uranium firm with mines in the U.S. … The uranium agreement was reached while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state. Some investors in the Russian-backed company, Uranium One, had relationships with former President Bill Clinton and donated to the Clinton Foundation. When asked on “Fox News Sunday” if a criminal investigation would be coming, Rep. Ron DeSantis, a member of the House Oversight Committee, responded: “It could be criminal.” He cited statutes of limitations that may limit prosecutions of any crimes that may arise from the 2010 deal.

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House GOP Fears Wave in 2018 as Money Woes Grow

House Republicans are growing increasingly alarmed that some of their most vulnerable members aren’t doing the necessary legwork to protect themselves from an emerging Democratic tidal wave. In some of the biggest media markets, where blockbuster fundraising is a prerequisite for political survival—most notably in New York City, Los Angeles, and Houston—Republican lawmakers aren’t raising enough money to run aggressive campaigns against up-and-coming Democrats.

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Democratic Party: DNC reeling financially after brutal 2016

LAS VEGAS — The Democratic National Committee is reeling, facing a turnaround that’s proving a much bigger lift than anyone expected as it struggles to raise enough money to cover its basic promises.

Many donors are refusing to write checks. And on-the-ground operatives worry they won’t have the resources to build the infrastructure they need to compete effectively in next year’s midterms and in the run-up to 2020.

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Extension for Roger Goodell delayed by national anthem issue

The debate over NFL player protests during the national anthem has become so big within the league that it has delayed the completion of commissioner Roger Goodell’s contract extension, league sources told ESPN.

Goodell’s deal is still expected to be completed and has been papered, sources told ESPN, but the process has been slowed while the overwhelming majority of the NFL’s attention has been diverted to handling the anthem issue, which has affected TV ratings, merchandise sales and the country’s feelings about football.

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