Trump Meets With Putin, States Sue Education Secretary, and More

Presidents Trump and Putin met on Friday in Germany, in a meeting that was scheduled for just 35 minutes but lasted over 2 hours. 

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who was also in the room, along with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov, said that they had a “very robust and lengthy exchange” on cyber threats and election interference. They also discussed Syria and the Ukraine. Read the story from The Atlantic.

» MORE: Rex Tillerson briefed reporters after the leaders met Friday at the Group of 20 summit in Hamburg, Germany. Here are his full remarks, as provided by the White House. 


18 States Sue Betsy DeVos

They are accusing the education secretary of breaking federal law and giving free rein to for-profit colleges by rescinding the Borrower Defense Rule. Read the story from NPR


Polarizing Author Sues Publisher

Right-wing writer and former Breitbert News editor Milo Yiannopoulos is suing Simon & Schuster for canceling the publication of his book earlier this year. Yiannopoulos’ lawsuit claims the publishing company breached its contract and bowed to “false and misleading reports.” Read the story from The AP


MLB Changes Coming

Major League Baseball is threatening to impose a pitch clock and limits on trips to the mound in an effort to speed up the game. Read the story from The AP