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WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democrats will hear from former CIA director John Brennan about the situation in Iran amid concerns over the Trump administration's actions in the region. An outspoken critic of President Donald Trump, Brennan has been invited to a private caucus meeting Tuesday. That's according to people familiar with the private meeting. The invitation to Brennan offers counterprogramming to the Trump administration's closed-door briefing for lawmakers, which is also planned Tuesday.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Joe Biden says Democrats won't beat Donald Trump if they pick a nominee who channels the party's anger toward the president but does try to unify a deeply divided country. The former vice president told thousands of supporters Saturday during a rally in Philadelphia that he wants to unify Democrats, Republicans and independent voters. But progressive activists are skeptical. They say it's hard not to be angry about Trump's presidency.

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The U.S. is warning that commercial airliners flying over the Persian Gulf risk being targeted by "miscalculation or misidentification" by the Iranian military. That's according to a warning relayed by diplomats from the Federal Aviation Administration. Iran had no immediate comment. It comes amid heightened tension between the two nations after the U.S. sent an aircraft carrier and bombers to the region over still-unspecified threats it perceived from Tehran.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Female lawmakers have been speaking out about being raped as Republican-dominated state legislatures seek strict abortion bans. Some of the lawmakers' recounts mark the first time they've spoken publicly about the assault. Many of those states' abortion restrictions provide no exception for women or girls who are victims of rape or incest. The #MeToo movement and a record number of elected women last year have empowered more women to detail their experiences to legislatures.

CHICAGO (AP) — A Chicago-area hospital didn't alert authorities for weeks after determining that a bloodied woman who arrived with a gravely ill newborn had not just given birth to the baby boy, as she claimed. The woman, Clarisa Figueroa, was later charged with killing the baby's mother, Marlen Ochoa-Lopez, after police found her body outside Figueoa's home. Chicago police say she cut Ochoa-Lopez's baby out of her womb on April 23.

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