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The News Roundup

The governor of New Jersey gets grief for going to the beach. More than 40 states say they will not or cannot turn over all the data President Trump's voting commission wants. In a speech in Poland before a two-day "Group of 20" summit in Europe, President Trump makes the case for defending Western civilization against challenges posed by terrorism. And the world responds to North Korea after Pyongyang tests an intercontinental ballistic missile. Noel King of NPR's Planet Money podcast guest hosts 1A's Friday News Roundup and discusses the week's national news with Ed O'Keefe, congressional correspondent for The Washington Post, Juana Summers, senior writer for CNN Politics and Michael Scherer, Washington bureau chief for Time magazine. Discussing international news are Mark Landler, White House correspondent for The New York Times, Susan Glasser, chief international affairs columnist for Politico and Matthew Lee, diplomatic writer for The Associated Press.

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