Morning Mix: Muslim ban language suddenly disappears from Trump campaign website after Spicer questioned

Black people in a Mississippi county are ‘under a permanent state of siege,’ according to an ACLU lawsuit; ‘Y’all see why I voted for him?’: Jimmy Carter says he was a Bernie Sanders supporter; Anne Morrissy Merick, a trailblazing Vietnam War journalist, dies at 83; Shaquille O’Neal says he’s running for sheriff. Imagine getting pulled over by him.; ‘Serial Street Shooter’ who killed 9 and terrified Phoenix is arrested, police say; National Enquirer claimed Richard Simmons was transgender. Now he’s suing.; Suspect accused of killing two Boston doctors pleads not guilty from hospital bed;
 
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Muslim ban language suddenly disappears from Trump campaign website after Spicer questioned
It vanished on the same day judges on an appeals court were asking about the statement.
Black people in a Mississippi county are ‘under a permanent state of siege,’ according to an ACLU lawsuit
Some black residents are so afraid of being pulled over or stopped at a checkpoint that they avoid leaving their homes, the lawsuit says.
 
‘Y’all see why I voted for him?’: Jimmy Carter says he was a Bernie Sanders supporter
The 39th president has never been much of a Clinton fan, anyway.
 
Anne Morrissy Merick, a trailblazing Vietnam War journalist, dies at 83
As ABCs first female television field producer, Merick would successfully lobby the Pentagon to retain women’s right to battlefield access during the Vietnam War.
 
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Shaquille O’Neal says he’s running for sheriff. Imagine getting pulled over by him.
“When I was coming up, people love and respected the police, the deputies. And, I want to be the one to bring that back, especially in the community I serve,” O’Neal said.
 
‘Serial Street Shooter’ who killed 9 and terrified Phoenix is arrested, police say
Aaron Juan Saucedo, 23, is accused in a string of fatal shootings that turned parts of Phoenix into a ghost town after dark.
 
National Enquirer claimed Richard Simmons was transgender. Now he’s suing.
“We will … aggressively pursue our ongoing investigation into his life and who is really behind this bizarre and meritless lawsuit,” the publication responded.
 
Suspect accused of killing two Boston doctors pleads not guilty from hospital bed
The suspect would be held without bail.
 
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