TRUMP CAMPAIGN CHIEF FOUND ON SECRET UKRAINIAN LEDGER “Government investigators examining secret records have found [Paul Manafort’s] name, as well as companies he sought business with, as they try to untangle a corrupt network they say was used to loot Ukrainian assets and influence elections during the administration of Mr. Manafort’s main client, former President Viktor F. Yanukovych. Handwritten ledgers show $12.7 million in undisclosed cash payments designated for Mr. Manafort from Mr. Yanukovych’s pro-Russian political party from 2007 to 2012, according to Ukraine’s newly formed National Anti-Corruption Bureau.” [NYT]

OF COURSE SIMONE BILES WON ANOTHER GOLD She can’t be stopped, taking home the first U.S. gold on the vault. Check out the new Olympic meme of Usain Bolt smiling back at the folks he left in the dust in the 100-meter semi-finals, before winning gold in the event for the third time. Here’s what to watch for today, as well as how to follow along withHuffPost’s Olympic coverage. [Chloe Angyal, HuffPost]

BOKO HARAM RELEASES VIDEO ALLEGEDLY SHOWING KIDNAPPED SCHOOL GIRLS The Nigerian terrorist group’s video showed a masked man behind some of the girls, saying that some of the over 200 kidnapped children had been married off while others had been killed in bomb strikes. [Reuters]

THE DNC HACK ISN’T OVER YET Officials expect more information to be leaked before the November election, giving the U.S. “a taste of Kremlin meddling.” And some GOP emails have been found in one of the latest leaks. [WaPo]

STUDY REVEALS THE VAST MAJORITY OF PARENTS LEAVE INFANTS IN UNSAFE SLEEPING POSITIONS The at-risk positions included infants sleeping on soft surfaces, loose bedding or their sides or stomachs, as well as sleeping alongside a parent. [USA Today]

THE NINE STAGES OF A TRUMP STATEMENT Breaking down the classic denial and then doubling down of the GOP nominee. [Howard Fineman, Jason Linkins and Lauren Weber, HuffPost]

INSIDE VENEZUELA’S MALARIA OUTBREAK “It is a society turned upside down, a place where educated people abandon once-comfortable jobs in the city for dangerous, backbreaking work in muddy pits, desperate to make ends meet. And it comes with a steep price: Malaria, long driven to the fringes of the country, is festering in the mines and back with a vengeance.” [NYT]

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