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ST. LOUIS (AP) — Chuck Berry, rock 'n' roll's founding guitar hero and storyteller who defined the music's joy and rebellion in such classics as "Johnny B. Goode," ''Sweet Little Sixteen" and "Roll Over Beethoven," died today at his home in an unincorporated area west of St. Louis. He was 90. His songs influenced generations of musicians. Beatles drummer Ringo Starr tweeted in reaction to Berry's passing: "R.I .P. And peace and love Chuck Berry Mr. rock 'n' roll music."
PARIS (AP) — An investigation is underway in France after an airport attack. A prosecutor says a suspected Islamic extremist attacked a French soldier Saturday morning at Paris' Orly Airport and wrested away her assault rifle, yelling that he wanted to kill and die for Allah. The prosecutor says two colleagues on her patrol shot and killed the man before he could fire the military-grade weapon. No one else was hurt. The suspect was born in France.
HONOLULU (AP) — The Justice Department is asking a federal judge in Hawaii to clarify the scope of his temporary restraining order blocking President Trump's revised travel ban. The motion argues that the ruling shouldn't apply to a section of Trump's executive order that temporarily suspends admission of refugees to the U.S. and caps the number admitted this fiscal year at 50,000.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration wants to build a 30-foot-high border wall that looks good from the north side and is difficult to climb or cut through. The specifications were found in a pair of contract notices posted to a government website further detailing President Donald Trump's promise to build a "big, beautiful wall" at the Mexican border. The notices were made public late Friday by Customs and Border Protection.
NEW YORK (AP) — Chelsea Clinton is joining the board of directors of online travel booking site Expedia. Documents filed with securities regulators say She has joined its 14-member board. The company is controlled by Barry Diller. Clinton is also a director of another company that Diller controls, IAC/InterActiveCorp. According to the most recent regulatory filings, non-employee Expedia directors each earned more than $250,000 in 2015.
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