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And the thunder rolls
Last night's thunder storm caused more than 20 brush fires and left thousands without power, according to the Spokesman-Review. It looked pretty cool, though.

Is it finally Mueller Time?
Special counsel Robert Mueller is testifying before Congress on Wednesday morning. “I don't think you reviewed a report that is as thorough, as fair, as consistent as the report that we have in front of us." (CNN)
click to enlarge Trump tried to fire Robert Mueller a long time ago — but the White House attorney threatened to resign if he did. - WIKIMEDIA COMMONS
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Trump tried to fire Robert Mueller a long time ago — but the White House attorney threatened to resign if he did.

Just another straight pride parade

You may have heard of the "straight pride" parade in Boston. Now, there's an effort in Modesto, California, to create a similar event. Only this one is also championing other conservative, traditional beliefs. (Washington Post)

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Quinn Welsch

Quinn Welsch is the copy editor of the Inlander.