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1. White House senior adviser Jared Kushner insists he had no improper contacts with Russia and he doesn't know anyone in the Trump campaign who did. He spent two hours on Capitol Hill Monday morning in interviews with members of the staff of Senate Intelligence Committee. Later at the White House, he delivered a statement to the press,
2. The driver that broiling tractor-trailer found packed with immigrants outside a San Antonio Walmart was now charged in the deaths of tens of his passengers. 60-year-old James Bradley was in federal court on charges of illegally transporting immigrants for financial gain, resulting in death. He could face the death penalty.
3. In London, the parents of Charles Gard announced an agonizing decision to let Charles go and be “With the Angels”. Recent tests show the infant has irreversible muscular damage and probably won’t see his first birthday in two weeks.
4. And hundreds of people gathered at the Mexican town of Etla to watch giant paper balloons being released into the sky. Participants from all over the country spent as much as 4 months making the colorful balloons.
Tom Ritchie, the Associated Press with AP News Minute.