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SNL mocks the awkward tension on ‘Morning Joe’ — and takes a call from Trump’s ‘publicist’; SNL ridicules Kellyanne Conway in a remarkably short sketch; With Europe on the line, polarized French voters choose between Macron and Le Pen ; In a Beijing ballroom, Kushner family pushes $500,000 ‘investor visa’ to wealthy Chinese; Another American citizen is detained in North Korea, taking total to four; What’s it like getting married at Disney? It’s not always a fairy tale.; San Diego police kill 15-year-old who pointed a BB gun at officers; Thunder Snow, the horse who refused to run the Kentucky Derby, is doing fine; Trump questions whether key funding source for historically black colleges is constitutional; Think you’re living in a ‘hellhole’ today? Try being a billionaire in 1916.; ‘Nobody dies because they don’t have access to health care,’ GOP lawmaker says. He got booed.; The insider and the outsider: McConnell and Trump try for a deal on health care; Despite critics’ claims, the GOP health bill doesn’t classify rape or sexual assault as a preexisting condition; The D.C. Housing Department forfeited millions as families waited for help; ‘Heart-wrenching and incomprehensible’: 18 fraternity members charged in Penn State hazing death; Anti-vaccine activists spark a state’s worst measles outbreak in decades
 
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SNL mocks the awkward tension on ‘Morning Joe’ — and takes a call from Trump’s ‘publicist’
“Saturday Night Live” spoofed the real-life romance between “Morning Joe” co-hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough.
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SNL ridicules Kellyanne Conway in a remarkably short sketch
“Where in the World Is Kellyanne Conway?” isn’t the game show you remember.
 
With Europe on the line, polarized French voters choose between Macron and Le Pen 
Macron, a centrist, has been leading in polls over anti-E.U. Le Pen, but voting has been sluggish compared with previous presidential elections.
 
In a Beijing ballroom, Kushner family pushes $500,000 ‘investor visa’ to wealthy Chinese
Representatives from the Kushner family business urged Chinese citizens to consider investing hundreds of thousands of dollars in a New Jersey real estate project.
 
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What’s it like getting married at Disney? It’s not always a fairy tale.
For one couple, it was a “dream come true.” For another: “A massive mess.”
 
San Diego police kill 15-year-old who pointed a BB gun at officers
The teenager pulled a gun from his waistband as officers were getting out of their patrol cars.
 
Thunder Snow, the horse who refused to run the Kentucky Derby, is doing fine
The Irish-bred colt is uninjured following one of the shakiest starts in Derby history.
 
Trump questions whether key funding source for historically black colleges is constitutional
It is the latest move in what some call a ‘mixed record’ by the GOP administration toward HBCUs.
 
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Think you’re living in a ‘hellhole’ today? Try being a billionaire in 1916.
It was a much harsher world, no matter how much money you had.
 
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‘Nobody dies because they don’t have access to health care,’ GOP lawmaker says. He got booed.
“I was responding to a false notion that the Republican health care plan will cause people to die in the streets, which I completely reject,” Rep. Raúl Labrador, a member of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, said in a statement.
 
The insider and the outsider: McConnell and Trump try for a deal on health care
Their fragile alliance will face its biggest test in the controversial GOP effort to supplant Obamacare.
 
Despite critics’ claims, the GOP health bill doesn’t classify rape or sexual assault as a preexisting condition
We check out a viral claim about the House GOP plan to replace Obamacare, and whether it makes rape or sexual assault a preexisting condition.
 
The D.C. Housing Department forfeited millions as families waited for help
In a city gripped by a crisis in affordable housing, $15.8 million in federal funding was lost.
 
‘Heart-wrenching and incomprehensible’: 18 fraternity members charged in Penn State hazing death
A Penn State student’s fraternity associates did not call for help until many hours after he was ordered to drink excessively at the fraternity and fell multiple times, a grand jury investigation concluded. He died of his injuries.
 
Anti-vaccine activists spark a state’s worst measles outbreak in decades
In Minnesota, the Somali American community has been hit hard, with a fourth of the young patients hospitalized.
 
 
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