Netanyahu, An Online Platform For Extremists, Purdue Pharma: The News You Need To Start Your Day
Good morning. Rachel Treisman, Emily Alfin Johnson and William Jones are on this morning. Here's what we're watching:
- Israel's parliament will vote on a new coalition government that would oust the current prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.
- A federal judge has approved a bankruptcy plan for Purdue Pharma that would effectively shield the company's owners from liability for the opioid crisis.
- A website described as Tinder for the militia movement is making it easier for people to find and join armed, far-right paramilitary groups.
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