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Morning Briefing: 10 things you need to know this morning – June 7th 2017

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1. Texas Leads 16 State Coalition Backing Travel Ban At Supreme Court

A coalition of 16 states led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a brief at the Supreme Court Tuesday, urging the justices to reinstate key provisions of President Donald Trump’s executive order on refugees and migrants.

2. Third London Bridge Attacker Reportedly Told Authorities ‘I’m Going To Be A Terrorist’

The third terrorist recently identified in the London Bridge attack, Youssef Zaghba, once told Italian authorities while on his way to Syria: “I’m going to be a terrorist.”

3. Watch Jon Ossoff Lose The Entire Special Election Debate In Less Than Four Minutes (VIDEO)

Democratic congressional candidate Jon Ossoff struggled through a brutal four minutes in Georgia’s special election debate Tuesday night after Republican Karen Handel called him out for not living in the district he is hoping to represent.

4. #NotAllMuslims Shout ‘This Is For Syria’ While Attacking Cops At Notre Dame Cathedral

French police have shot a man outside Notre Dame cathedral in Paris after he tried to attack them with a hammer and shouted “this is for Syria”, according to the interior minister. He was also in possession of two knives. One policeman was lightly injured in the attack…

5. Religion Of Peace: Ramadan Terrorist DEATH TOLL Hits 180

The major attacks of Ramadan 2017 include twin suicide bombings in Baghdad, a massive suicide borne vehicle bomb in Afghanistan, a complex attack in London, and a shooting in Melbourne.

6. Flynn Releases Over 600 Documents To Senate Intelligence Committee

Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn released over 600 pages of documents Tuesday to the Senate Intelligence Committee that is currently investigating his alleged ties to Russia during the 2016 presidential campaign.

7. Trump expected to live tweet during Comey testimony

President Donald Trump may live tweet his reactions to the Senate hearing of former FBI Director James Comey Thursday.

8. Great Again: American Job Openings Top Record-Breaking 6 Million

The number of job openings in America is now at its highest level since the federal government started tracking the figure in 2001. Approximately 6.04 million job openings were available in April, according to the job openings and labor turnover survey (JOLTS report), released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics Tuesday.

9. US-Led Coalition Destroys Pro-Assad Militia Near Special Forces Base

U.S.-led forces destroyed pro-Syrian government forces that were encroaching on a joint special forces base in the southern portion of the country.

10. White House Petition On Seth Rich Is Halfway To Its Goal

A White House petition urging Congress to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the murder of Democratic National Committee (DNC) staffer Seth Rich is halfway to its goal before a June 18 deadline.



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