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    HIGHLIGHTING

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    IMMIGRATION-FAMILY DETENTION (sent, developing)

    TRUMP-GREENLAND (sent, developing)

    ELECTION 2020-DEMOCRATS-ECONOMY (upcoming)

    HONG KONG-PROTESTS-CAUTIOUS REACTION (sent)

    AUSTRALIA-CARDINAL CHARGED (sent)

    VENEZUELA-UNWANTED PREGNANCIES (sent)

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    WHAT WE'RE TALKING ABOUT

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    SHOOTING-UNIVERSITY BLOCK PARTY _ Four college students were wounded when a gunman opened fire into a crowd of 200 people outside a library near Clark Atlanta University and then escaped in the chaos, authorities said. SENT: 230 words.

    NETHERLANDS-BREXIT BEACH PARTY _ Thousands interested in Dutch idea for Brexit beach party. SENT: 300 words.

    FILM-BOND 25 TITLE _ Twenty-fifth Bond movie gets a title: “No Time to Die”. SENT: 130 words, photo.

    SPACE STATION _ Spacewalking astronauts are installing a new docking port to the International Space Station delivered by SpaceX last month. SENT: 130 words. Will be updated. Spacewalk scheduled to last until around 3 p.m.

    STRANGER THINGS-BUSINESSES _ Eggo Waffle sales have tripled: The success of Netflix's Stranger Things series has influenced more fans to visit filming locations in Georgia. SENT: 830 words, photos, video.

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    INTERNATIONAL

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    BREXIT _ British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is starting his high-stakes European tour by meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel as he seeks to persuade the European Union to reopen Brexit talks. SENT: 350 words, photo.

    AUSTRALIA-CARDINAL CHARGED _ An Australian appeals court upholds convictions against Cardinal George Pell, the most senior Catholic to be found guilty of sexually abusing children, in a decision cheered by scores of abuse survivors and victims' advocates demonstrating outside the court. By Rod McGuirk. SENT: 1,240 words, photos. With AUSTRALIA-CARDINAL CHARGED-THE LATEST.

    HONG KONG-PROTESTS-CAUTIOUS REACTION _ With the notable exception of Taiwan, cautious comments from the few foreign governments willing to speak out on the ongoing protests in Hong Kong fall far short of support for the demonstrators. They are so mild that even the word "protest" itself was left out of the joint EU-Canada statement that was the most recent to infuriate the Chinese government. And the vast majority of countries are unwilling to risk that fury at all. By Lori Hinnant. SENT: 1,780 words, photos. With CHINA-BRITAIN _ China says British consulate staffer detained 15 days. SENT: 500 words.

    YEMEN _ Yemen's Houthi rebels claimed they shot down a U.S. drone over the country's north, as a leading rights group said Wednesday the Saudi-led coalition fighting the Houthis killed at least 47 Yemeni fishermen in bombing attacks on fishing boats last year. SENT: 570 words.

    AFGHANISTAN _ The death toll in a suicide bombing at a Kabul wedding claimed by the Islamic State affiliate in Afghanistan rises to 80, an official says, as a U.S. envoy is set to resume talks with the Taliban on ending America's longest war. SENT: 470 words, photos.

    VENEZUELA-UNWANTED PREGNANCIES _ As Venezuela’s crisis deepens, women are bearing the brunt of the nation's upheaval. The socialist government is now coping with a tide of unwanted pregnancies as contraceptives remain hard to come by. International aid is providing some relief but not enough. By Christine Armario. SENT: 1,490 words, photos.

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    WASHINGTON/POLITICS

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    IMMIGRATION-FAMILY DETENTION _ The Department of Homeland Security is moving to end a long-standing federal court agreement that limits how long immigrant children can be kept in detention, a decision that will almost certainly lead to a new court fight over the government’s ability to hold migrant families until their cases are decided. By Colleen Long. SENT: 1,000 words, photos. Developing.

    ELECTION 2020-DEMOCRATS-ECONOMY _ As recession warning signs flash, Democratic presidential candidates are trying to strike a balance between leveling blame on Donald Trump and avoiding the appearance of cheering for a downturn that could hurt his reelection chances. By Julie Pace. UPCOMING: 900 words by 5 p.m. WITH TRUMP-BUDGET _ The Congressional Budget Office releases the 10-year budget and economic projections. By Kevin Freking. Developing after 11 a.m.

    TRUMP-DEMOCRATS-JEWS _ A look at the political implications of President Donald Trump’s claim that any Jew who votes for the Democrats is disloyal or uninformed. By Jill Colvin and Elana Schor. UPCOMING: 900 words by 4 p.m., photos.

    TRUMP _ President Donald Trump speaks to a veterans group and raises campaign cash in Louisville, Kentucky. By Darlene Superville. Developing after speech at 2 p.m. EDT.

    TRUMP-GREENLAND _ Denmark's royal palace says U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to cancel the visit to Denmark was a surprise. Trump announced his decision by tweet after the Danish prime minister dismissed the notion of selling Greenland to the U.S. as "an absurd discussion." SENT: 770 words, photos.

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    NATIONAL

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    GOVERNOR'S HOME-LAWSUIT _ Can the governor of West Virginia be forced to live in the state capital? A persistent lawsuit seeking to do just that is back in court. SENT: 420 words, photos.

    TEXAS EXECUTION _ A Texas death row inmate is set to be executed for the abduction, rape and murder of a suburban Houston college student more than 20 years ago, even though he has always maintained his innocence and contends his conviction was based on junk science. SENT: 690 words, photo. UPCOMING: Execution scheduled for after 7 p.m.

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    BUSINESS/ECONOMY

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    FINANCIAL-MARKETS _ Global stock markets were back in positive territory as investors looked ahead to a speech by the Federal Reserve chairman for signs of possible plans for more U.S. interest rate cuts. By Business Writer Joe McDonald. SENT: 550 words, photos. With CHINA-US-TRADE _ China appeals to Washington: “Get along with us.”

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    ENTERTAINMENT

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    MEDIA-OBAMA-NETFLIX _ The first Netflix project backed by the Obamas, a documentary on an Ohio factory run by Chinese businessmen, makes its debut on the service Wednesday. By Media Writer David Bauder. UPCOMING: 650 words by 3 p.m., photos.

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    SPORTS

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    TEN_ US OPEN PREVIEW _ The indelible image from last year's U.S. Open does not involve anyone holding a trophy or making a particularly remarkable shot. It's Serena Williams pointing a finger at chair umpire Carlos Ramos as she insisted he owed her an apology. The tenor of the final between Williams and champion Naomi Osaka began to shift after Ramos warned Williams for receiving coaching signals. Here we are, 12 months later, with the U.S. Open set to start anew, and the tennis world is still discussing whether in-match coaching should be allowed. By Tennis Writer Howard Fendrich. UPCOMING: 850 words, photos by 1 p.m. EDT. WITH: TEN--US Open-Trivia Quiz. See how much you know about the year’s last Grand Slam tennis tournament. By Howard Fendrich. UPCOMING: 675 words, photo by 1 p.m. EDT. AND: TEN--US Open Glance. A quick look at the U.S. Open. UPCOMING: 450 words, photo by 1 p.m. EDT.

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