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EA announces a trio of intriguing new indie games at E3 2019 - The Verge
At E3 2019 in Los Angeles, EA announced that it’s publishing three new indie games: Lost in Random, RustHeart, and an unnamed title from A Way Out studio Hazelight.

Five Teens Arrested In Attack On Lesbian Couple In London Bus - NPR
Melania Geymonat and her partner were beaten and bloodied by a group of teens demanding that they kiss on a bus.

Pelosi accuses Trump of ‘threats and temper tantrums’ in Mexico negotiations - The Washington Post
While Republicans celebrated news of the White House deal with Mexico, Democrats condemned its content and how it was reached.

Maker Faire ceases operations amid financial trouble - Engadget
Maker Faire has stopped operations and laid off its staff following the exit of key sponsors.

Mnuchin threatens China with tariffs if they bail on trade deal - New York Post
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin reportedly urged China to come back to trade talks, threatening more tariffs if Beijing doesn’t live up to its commitments. “If they want to come back to the table…

Mexico Agreed to Take Border Actions Months Before Trump Announced Tariff Deal - The New York Times
President Trump announced an agreement just before punishing tariffs went into effect, but it was unclear whether he saw it as truly new concessions or a face-saving way to defuse his tariff threat.

Jessica Eye feels like she’s the ‘people’s champ’ going into fight against Valentina Shevchenko - MMA Fighting
Jessica Eye has been the underdog for so much of her career that it’s a role she’s truly learned to embrace and she’ll play it once again facing UFC flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko.

George and Amal Clooney 'have dinners' often with Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan - Fox News
George Clooney and his wife, Amal, have become close friends with Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan Markle.

Venezuela reopens border with Colombia after four months -
Thousands of people enter Colombia to buy food and medicine after President Nicolas Maduro orders reopening of border.

California utility blamed for wildfires cutting power to some customers to reduce risk - NBC News
Pacific Gas and Electric said it would shut off power Saturday to about 1,600 customers in Northern California and may do the same for 30,000 more to reduce wildfire risk.

White House reiterates human moon missions on the path to Mars - SpaceNews
A day after President Trump seemd to cast doubt on NASA’s human lunar plans, a White House official said the moon remained a goal as a step towards Mars.

Dark Phoenix is having the worst opening of any X-Men movie, ever - The A.V. Club
Suggesting that super-powered twentysomethings with grudges to bear aren’t the only catastrophes currently affecting one of Hollywood’s longest-running comic book franchises, Variety reports today that the just-released-in-theaters Dark Phoenix is on track to…

Tony Rodham, Hillary Clinton's youngest brother, dies - AOL
"It's hard to find words, my mind is flooded with memories of him today," Clinton wrote in a post on Saturday morning.

Judge rules against FERC's jurisdiction over PG&E power contract dispute - Reuters
A judge in San Francisco has ruled that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has no jurisdiction over a dispute involving PG&E Corp's $42 billion worth of contracts with energy companies.

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