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  • Gen. Barry McCaffrey: 'In the long run,' Ukraine invasion 'will be a strategic disaster for Russia'

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  • Rep. Barbara Lee: The commercialization of Juneteenth by big businesses 'gives me a lot of angst'

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  • Gillian Tett: 'There is so much pressure right now for prices to rise,' inflation 'unlikely to end quickly'

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  • Israeli prime minister announces coalition governments’ dissolution, calls new election

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  • Peskov: Americans captured in Ukraine ‘committed crimes’ against Russian forces

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  • Katharine Graham, ‘the very model of an enlightened publisher,’ honored with U.S. Forever Stamp

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Brookings fellow Rashawn Ray: 'Bad apples come from rotten trees'

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Rashawn Ray, a David Rubenstein Fellow at the Brookings Institution, tells Andrea Mitchell that "the legacy of law enforcement in the United States comes from structural racism" and he calls for reforms like forcing police to take responsibility for civilian payouts for misconduct settlement, ensuring that officers who are terminated for police misconduct can never work in law enforcement again, and collecting better data on use of force.