Good morning. Here are some of the headlines we're following this morning:
1. How Trump University Staffers Sold the Brand
Trump University salespeople were instructed to play to peoples' emotions and suggest that potential customers rely heavily on credit card debt or retirement funds to pay for the classes, according to documents unsealed by a federal judge. Read more in POLITICS.
2. Trump Gave Millions to Vets After Media Report
At least 11 veterans charities were paid by Donald Trump's foundation within the past week — donations that were made on the same day or after reporters began questioning him about where millions of dollars he says he raised in January had gone. Read more in POLITICS.
The satellite radio says it has suspended the conservative talk show host for at least a week — and may not bring him back — after he agreed with a guest who made comments widely interpreted as supporting the assassination of Trump. Read more in POLITICS.
4. Germany Cannot Become an Arab Country: Dalai Lama
The Tibetan spiritual leader thinks Europe has let in "too many" refugees. In an interview with a German newspaper Tuesday, the Dalai Lama said that Germany "cannot become an Arab country. Germany is Germany." Read more in NEWS.
5. 10 Million Pounds of Flour Recalled in E. Coli Scare
General Mills is voluntarily recalling the flour because of suspicions the product might be contaminated with a dangerous strain of E. coli bacteria. It's a huge recall of a item not normally linked with outbreaks of foodborne illness. Read more in HEALTH.
6. Dozens of Dead Cubs Found in ‘Tiger Temple’ Freezer
Wildlife authorities discovered 40 dead cubs in a freezer at Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple on Wednesday amid an operation to remove felines from the sanctuary due to abuse allegations. Read more in NEWS.
7. Baby Born With Microcephaly in U.S.
A woman diagnosed with the Zika virus has given birth to a girl with microcephaly at a New Jersey hospital. The The mother, who was visiting the U.S., contracted the disease internationally. Read more at NBC NEW YORK.
They're the newest members of New York's Bravest — and they're not even old enough for kindergarten.