Evening Edition: Yahoo says 500 million accounts hacked by ‘state-sponsored actor’


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Charlotte police decline to release shooting video; chief calls footage ‘not definitive’; Pat McCrory just can’t seem to escape the hot seat ; The untold stories of Japanese war brides; Trump’s puzzling appeal to black voters on Sean Hannity’s show, annotated; 75 retired senior diplomats sign letter opposing Trump for president; A punch. A death. And now a fear in Britain that a surge in hate crimes is there to stay.; Scientists finally figured out the source of this bizarre, glowing space ‘blob’; ‘Now my life will change’: Meet the 2016 MacArthur ‘geniuses’; STEM: Writing the Code; Aboriginal DNA points to an earlier human exodus from Africa; Better-than-ever ‘Transparent’ transitions into a study of American Jewish-ness; A new prostitution scandal roils a Louisiana Senate race; Chinese teen starves mother to death after parents send her to brutal Internet addiction boot camp; Charlotte, a defining moment in a nation-defining election; A Trump county campaign chair in Ohio just blamed racism on Obama; Donald Trump doesn’t actually seem to think President Obama was born in the U.S.;
 
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Yahoo says 500 million accounts hacked by ‘state-sponsored actor’
The stolen data "may have" included names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, passwords and security questions for verifying an accountholder’s identity.
Charlotte police decline to release shooting video; chief calls footage ‘not definitive’
The family of Keith Lamont Scott has asked to view footage of his deadly encounter with police, and authorities are trying to accommodate them, the chief said. However, he suggested that his department has no imminent plans to make the video available to the public.
 
Pat McCrory just can’t seem to escape the hot seat
For the past six drama-filled months, the North Carolina governor has been in the national spotlight — and the fight of his political life.
 
The untold stories of Japanese war brides
They are sisters and daughters of the enemies who attacked Pearl Harbor. They married the soldiers who occupied their defeated country and came to the United States. And then? They disappeared into America.
 
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Trump’s puzzling appeal to black voters on Sean Hannity’s show, annotated
Donald Trump continued his uneven attempt to appeal to African Americans and called for a nationwide program akin to the controversial stop-and-frisk program.
 
75 retired senior diplomats sign letter opposing Trump for president
The diplomats —ambassadors and senior State Dept. officials under Republican and Democratic presidents — say Trump is “entirely unqualified to serve as President and Commander-in-Chief.”
 
A punch. A death. And now a fear in Britain that a surge in hate crimes is there to stay.
The killing of a Polish immigrant prompts new concerns over the passions unleashed by Brexit. 
 
Scientists finally figured out the source of this bizarre, glowing space ‘blob’
The discovery could help explain the origins of the most massive galaxies in the universe.
 
‘Now my life will change’: Meet the 2016 MacArthur ‘geniuses’
D.C. native Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, who is a rising young playwright, was among the 23 people awarded the $625,000 no-strings grant.
 
STEM: Writing the Code
Educators, policymakers and industry leaders discuss the nation’s technical skills gap and fostering computer science skills in students.
 
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Aboriginal DNA points to an earlier human exodus from Africa
A mass exodus occurred roughly 60,000 years ago, according to DNA and fossil evidence, but signs point to some back-and-forth migration much earlier than then.
 
Better-than-ever ‘Transparent’ transitions into a study of American Jewish-ness
Season 3 of the Emmy-winning show expands on the nature of gender and other identities.
 
A new prostitution scandal roils a Louisiana Senate race
A leading Senate candidate denies he was a client of prostitutes later found murdered.
 
Chinese teen starves mother to death after parents send her to brutal Internet addiction boot camp
Treatment centers that are supposed to cure teens of Internet addiction have become more popular in China but have come under fire for beatings and mistreatment.
 
Charlotte, a defining moment in a nation-defining election
Once order is restored in Charlotte, the direction that North Carolina's swing voters decide that the country should be led will be judged by future generations.
 
A Trump county campaign chair in Ohio just blamed racism on Obama
And that's probably one of the less controversial comments.
 
Donald Trump doesn’t actually seem to think President Obama was born in the U.S.
Trump can't leave the birther thing behind.
 
 
     
 
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