Morning Mix: West Virginia journalist arrested after asking HHS Secretary Tom Price a question

Amid the tear gas of Caracas, the haunting strains of a young violinist; The wrath of CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin (rivaled only by the New Yorker’s John Cassidy); ‘I’ve got nothing to hide’: Fox News’ Shepard Smith talks about being gay; Seattle Mayor Ed Murray, accused of paying teen boys for sex, will not seek reelection;
 
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West Virginia journalist arrested after asking HHS Secretary Tom Price a question
Dan Heyman “was causing a disturbance by yelling questions” at HHS Secretary Tom Price and Kellyanne Conway, according to a criminal complaint.
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Amid the tear gas of Caracas, the haunting strains of a young violinist
The harrowing scene quickly circulated around the world, giving a face to protests in Venezuela that have grown deadlier every week.
 
The wrath of CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin (rivaled only by the New Yorker’s John Cassidy)
Toobin’s remarks seemed to signal that even Trump’s more moderate critics had given up any semblance of restraint.
 
‘I’ve got nothing to hide’: Fox News’ Shepard Smith talks about being gay
“I don’t have to ever fib about anything again as long as I live,” Smith said.
 
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray, accused of paying teen boys for sex, will not seek reelection
Murray, a progressive activist, continued to deny the allegations but conceded that his career in elective office is over.
 
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