Morning Mix: Two engaged doctors found bound and slain in luxury Boston penthouse. Man in custody after shootout.

‘Bad nun’ arrested for helping priests sexually abuse deaf children in Argentina; Emma Watson takes first major gender-neutral movie award: ‘Antidote to all the vile old white men’; Percentage of teens and children hospitalized for suicidal thoughts doubled from 2008 to 2015, study reports; 10 shot, 2 fatally, at Chicago vigil for shooting victim as gang violence soars; Woman caught harboring 44 undocumented immigrants, some in shed, is sentenced to prison; Does the First Amendment protect ‘liking’ a racist Instagram post? Some Calif. students say it does.; ‘Treachery’: Favorite craft brewery Wicked Weed enrages fans by joining Bud; John 3:16, sports and Aaron Hernandez; Islamic State magazine steers followers to U.S. gun shows for ‘easy’ access to weapons;
 
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Two engaged doctors found bound and slain in luxury Boston penthouse. Man in custody after shootout.
Police say the killer and victims probably knew each other.
‘Bad nun’ arrested for helping priests sexually abuse deaf children in Argentina
After a 5-year-old girl was sexually assaulted by a priest, Kosaka Kumiko allegedly forced her to wear a diaper in class to conceal the bleeding.
 
Emma Watson takes first major gender-neutral movie award: ‘Antidote to all the vile old white men’
Watson’s speech, after winning MTV Movie and TV Awards’ best actor in a movie award for ‘Beauty and the Beast,’ got mixed reviews.
 
Percentage of teens and children hospitalized for suicidal thoughts doubled from 2008 to 2015, study reports
“Research to understand factors contributing to these alarming trends is urgently needed,” said the study’s lead author.
 
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10 shot, 2 fatally, at Chicago vigil for shooting victim as gang violence soars
“This is the second time in a week we’re here tonight talking about assault weapons being used in our communities,” the neighborhood’s alderman said.
 
Woman caught harboring 44 undocumented immigrants, some in shed, is sentenced to prison
So many were sleeping on the floor it was hard to walk through the house.
 
Does the First Amendment protect ‘liking’ a racist Instagram post? Some Calif. students say it does.
“This action arises out of a private online discussion between friends that the Albany School system has pried into without authority,” their lawyers say.
 
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‘Treachery’: Favorite craft brewery Wicked Weed enrages fans by joining Bud
“Sold your soul for cash, thankfully there is enough competition to avoid you completely,” wrote one angry Facebook user.
 
John 3:16, sports and Aaron Hernandez
It began in the early 1980s with a outsized character known as Rainbow Man or Rock ‘n’ Rollen.
 
Islamic State magazine steers followers to U.S. gun shows for ‘easy’ access to weapons
“Gun conventions represent an easier means of arming oneself for an attack,” the terrorist group said in the May issue of its propaganda magazine.
 
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