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What We’re Reading Today: Trump Rally Sabotaged, Murder In CHAZ, Woman To Lead U.S. Back To Moon . . . And More

People reading newspapers in China. Source: Wikimedia Commons

Some headlines that caught our eye.

Politics

‘Dirty Tricks’ Sabotage Trump Tulsa Rally — Pajamas Media

Trump campaign rejects claims that TikTok, K-Pop fans sabotaged rally: ‘Don’t know what they’re talking about’ — Fox News

Could the John Bolton book move political needle on Donald Trump? — The Hill

Pirated Editions Of Bolton’s Book Appearing On Line — Politico

DACA ‘unlawful’ despite Supreme Court ruling, acting Homeland Security chief says — Politico

The City Formerly Known As Seattle

Shooting in Seattle protest zone leaves 1 dead, 1 injured — Associated Press

Seattle Chaz shooting: police say violent crowd prevented access to victims — The Guardian

Shooting inside Seattle’s ‘CHOP’ zone proves it’s ‘chaos’: Police union chief — Fox News, Via YouTube

High-Court Hijinks

DACA, LGBTQ decisions leave some conservatives with Supreme Court buyers’ remorse — Fox News

All eyes on Roberts ahead of Supreme Court’s abortion ruling — The Hill

Major cases still pending at Supreme Court, term could spill into July — Washington Examiner

The Final Frontier

NASA is making ‘fetch’ happen with its Mars sample collection rover — Digitaltrends.com

Kathy Lueders, NASA’s 1st female spaceflight chief, will guide a U.S. return to the moon — Space.com

The World

After China Border Fight, India Likely Weighs Closer U.S. Military Ties — Wall Street Journal

China presses ahead with security law to curtail Hong Kong’s political freedoms — Washington Post

UK police: Park stabbing that killed 3 was a terror attack — Associated Press

Misc.

Should Government Subsidize Unemployment? — Dan Mitchell, Center For Freedom And Prosperity

Extending generous unemployment benefits will drag out the economic crisis — Sally Pipes, Pacific Research Institute

Written by the I&I Editorial Board.

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