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The U.S. is withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal. Plus the resignation of New York’s attorney general, black voters’ concerns, and more.
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What’s Next for the Iran Deal? President Trump announced his decision to withdraw the U.S. from the multilateral agreement to lift sanctions on Iran in exchange for the country curtailing its nuclear program. Here’s the full text of his speech. While the deal’s European signatories could still try to save it, the United States’ withdrawal may spell its ultimate collapse. David Frum outlines three crises that the president’s abrupt exit from the deal could provoke.

Eric Schneiderman resigned as the attorney general of New York just hourspublished the accounts of four of his former romantic partners, who alleged that Schneiderman had repeatedly hit and verbally abused them. Even in light of the severity of the accusations, Schneiderman resigned surprisingly quickly compared with other politicians who have sometimes stayed in office for weeks after reports of sexual misconduct.

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