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From: Jason Adrians
Sent: Tuesday, June 5, 2018 5:32 PM
To: #National Desk <#NationalDesk@lee.net>
Subject: FINAL National Desk budget/content options for Wednesday, June 6

 

Friends,

 

Here are the National Desk’s final budget and content options for the Wednesday, June 6, print edition. A couple of notes:

 

  • TRUMP-EAGLES/TRUMP-SPORTS: To build in flexibility for our Sports departments throughout the company, the TRUMP-EAGLES/TRUMP-SPORTS combo story is on today’s Extras budget and not on the Nation & World module budget. But make no mistake about it: As of right now, this is the most talked-about news story of the day so far, and if you don’t run it on A1, please make sure your news organization gives it prominent play somewhere either inside your “A” section or on your Sports covers.

 

  • EXTRAS CHANGE-OBIT-KATE SPADE: Just an FYI that the story about Kate Spade’s death has changed. Instead of a straight death news story, we’ll be going with an overall obit that includes details of her death. New slug/budget line below.

 

  • ILLINOIS NEWS ORGANIZATIONS/TRUMP-BLAGOJEVICH: While TRUMP-BLAGOJEVICH is a digest item on inside Nation & World modules for Wednesday print editions, we recognize that our news organizations in Illinois and, perhaps, elsewhere in the Midwest might want to play this story on A1 or a state/region page. If that’s a move you want to make, just a) Ask your designer to remove that story from your  Nation & World module, b) Work up your own version of the story for A1/State/Region use, and c) Provide your designer with a suitable sub story for Nation & World. We’d recommend something off of today’s Extras budget, specifically KATE SPADE DEATH, SPORTS BETTING or WORLD BANK-GLOBAL FORECAST.

 

  • NEW SHARED CONTENT MODULES: As was previously communicated, TECHNOLOGY-APPLE’S NEW OPTIONS and RUSSIA PROBE-ANALYSIS are ready for use starting with your Tuesday print editions.

 

 

  • STAFFING: Wire editor Kent Nichols and module editor Chris Mueller will be handling the wires tonight. Please reach out to them with any content-related questions or concerns. As always, I can be reached at 608-333-3530 if the matter is urgent.

 

Thank you, and have a great night.

 

NATIONAL DESK LINEUP / Wednesday, June 6

Option 1

A1

WIRE 1: TRUMP-TRADE/TRADE-SENATE (LEE-060618-TRUMP-TRADE) - President Donald Trump has failed to get what he wants from three-way trade talks with Canada and Mexico. So now his administration wants to pursue separate deals with the two U.S. neighbors to try to supplant the North American Free Trade Agreement, which Trump has condemned as a job-killing disaster. Problem is, economists say, one-on-one trade pacts don't tend to work very efficiently. Meanwhile, Senate Republicans are pushing longshot legislation to require Congress to vote on Trump's tariffs on steel and other imports. (About 25 to 30 inches, with photos/mugs)

WIRE 2: MISS AMERICA-CHANGES (LEE-060618-MISS-AMERICA) - The Miss America pageant is dropping the swimsuit competition, saying it will no longer judge contestants on their appearance. (About 20 to 30 inches, with photos/mugs)

Nation & World (Full/IN6-20 A; Half/IN6-10 module available)

LEAD: SOCIAL SECURITY-MEDICARE - Medicare's financial problems have gotten worse, and Social Security's can't be ignored forever, the government said Tuesday in an annual assessment that amounts to a sobering checkup on programs vital to the middle class.

STANDALONE: IMMIGRATION-LANDSCAPER STING

NO. 2: TRUMP-RUSSIA PROBE-MANAFORT/TRUMP-RUSSIA PROBE - A federal judge will weigh whether to jail former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort while he awaits trial after prosecutors accused him of making several attempts to tamper with witnesses in his criminal case. Meanwhile, Democratic congressional leaders are asking the Justice Department and FBI for assurances that they won't brief President Donald Trump on classified information related to the origins of the FBI investigation into Russia's election meddling.

NO. 3: EDUCATION-DEVOS - The federal school safety commission set up after the deadly shooting at a Florida high school will not examine the role of guns in school violence, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says.

NO. 4: CLINTON EMAILS-INSPECTOR GENERAL - President Donald Trump wants to know "what is taking so long" with an internal Justice Department probe expected to criticize the FBI and its handling of the case involving Democrat Hillary Clinton's private email server. His tweet underscores the anticipation from the White House and Trump's legal team for a watchdog report they believe will back up the decision to fire FBI Director James Comey as FBI director last year.

DIGEST: SENATE-RECESS CANCELED, SEXUAL MISCONDUCT-HARVEY WEINSTEIN, APPRENTICE CONTESTANT-TRUMP, HAWAII-VOLCANO, TRUMP-BLAGOJEVICH, TRUMP-NORTH KOREA, IRAN-NUCLEAR, SYRIA

Option 2

A1

WIRE 1: TRUMP-TRADE/TRADE-SENATE (LEE-060618-TRUMP-TRADE) - President Donald Trump has failed to get what he wants from three-way trade talks with Canada and Mexico. So now his administration wants to pursue separate deals with the two U.S. neighbors to try to supplant the North American Free Trade Agreement, which Trump has condemned as a job-killing disaster. Problem is, economists say, one-on-one trade pacts don't tend to work very efficiently. Meanwhile, Senate Republicans are pushing longshot legislation to require Congress to vote on Trump's tariffs on steel and other imports. (About 25 to 30 inches, with photos/mugs)

Nation & World (Full/IN6-20 A; Half/IN6-10 module available)

LEAD: SOCIAL SECURITY-MEDICARE - Medicare's financial problems have gotten worse, and Social Security's can't be ignored forever, the government said Tuesday in an annual assessment that amounts to a sobering checkup on programs vital to the middle class.

STANDALONE: IMMIGRATION-LANDSCAPER STING

NO. 2: MISS AMERICA-CHANGES - The Miss America pageant is dropping the swimsuit competition, saying it will no longer judge contestants on their appearance.

NO. 3: TRUMP-RUSSIA PROBE-MANAFORT/TRUMP-RUSSIA PROBE - A federal judge will weigh whether to jail former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort while he awaits trial after prosecutors accused him of making several attempts to tamper with witnesses in his criminal case. Meanwhile, Democratic congressional leaders are asking the Justice Department and FBI for assurances that they won't brief President Donald Trump on classified information related to the origins of the FBI investigation into Russia's election meddling.

NO. 4: EDUCATION-DEVOS - The federal school safety commission set up after the deadly shooting at a Florida high school will not examine the role of guns in school violence, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says.

DIGEST: CLINTON EMAILS-INSPECTOR GENERAL, SENATE-RECESS CANCELED, SEXUAL MISCONDUCT-HARVEY WEINSTEIN, APPRENTICE CONTESTANT-TRUMP, HAWAII-VOLCANO, TRUMP-BLAGOJEVICH, TRUMP-NORTH KOREA, IRAN-NUCLEAR

Option 3

A1

WIRE 2: MISS AMERICA-CHANGES (LEE-060618-MISS-AMERICA) - The Miss America pageant is dropping the swimsuit competition, saying it will no longer judge contestants on their appearance. (About 20 to 30 inches, with photos/mugs)

Nation & World (Full/IN6-20 A; Half/IN6-10 module available)

LEAD: TRUMP-TRADE/TRADE-SENATE - President Donald Trump has failed to get what he wants from three-way trade talks with Canada and Mexico. So now his administration wants to pursue separate deals with the two U.S. neighbors to try to supplant the North American Free Trade Agreement, which Trump has condemned as a job-killing disaster. Problem is, economists say, one-on-one trade pacts don't tend to work very efficiently. Meanwhile, Senate Republicans are pushing longshot legislation to require Congress to vote on Trump's tariffs on steel and other imports.

STANDALONE: IMMIGRATION-LANDSCAPER STING

NO. 2: SOCIAL SECURITY-MEDICARE - Medicare's financial problems have gotten worse, and Social Security's can't be ignored forever, the government said Tuesday in an annual assessment that amounts to a sobering checkup on programs vital to the middle class.

NO. 3: TRUMP-RUSSIA PROBE-MANAFORT/TRUMP-RUSSIA PROBE - A federal judge will weigh whether to jail former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort while he awaits trial after prosecutors accused him of making several attempts to tamper with witnesses in his criminal case. Meanwhile, Democratic congressional leaders are asking the Justice Department and FBI for assurances that they won't brief President Donald Trump on classified information related to the origins of the FBI investigation into Russia's election meddling.

NO. 4: EDUCATION-DEVOS - The federal school safety commission set up after the deadly shooting at a Florida high school will not examine the role of guns in school violence, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says.

DIGEST: CLINTON EMAILS-INSPECTOR GENERAL, SENATE-RECESS CANCELED, SEXUAL MISCONDUCT-HARVEY WEINSTEIN, APPRENTICE CONTESTANT-TRUMP, HAWAII-VOLCANO, TRUMP-BLAGOJEVICH, TRUMP-NORTH KOREA, IRAN-NUCLEAR

Option 4

A1

(NO WIRE SELECTED FOR FRONT PAGE)

Nation & World (Full/IN6-20 A; Half/IN6-10 module available)

LEAD: TRUMP-TRADE/TRADE-SENATE - President Donald Trump has failed to get what he wants from three-way trade talks with Canada and Mexico. So now his administration wants to pursue separate deals with the two U.S. neighbors to try to supplant the North American Free Trade Agreement, which Trump has condemned as a job-killing disaster. Problem is, economists say, one-on-one trade pacts don't tend to work very efficiently. Meanwhile, Senate Republicans are pushing longshot legislation to require Congress to vote on Trump's tariffs on steel and other imports.

STANDALONE: IMMIGRATION-LANDSCAPER STING

NO. 2: MISS AMERICA-CHANGES - The Miss America pageant is dropping the swimsuit competition, saying it will no longer judge contestants on their appearance.

NO. 3: SOCIAL SECURITY-MEDICARE - Medicare's financial problems have gotten worse, and Social Security's can't be ignored forever, the government said Tuesday in an annual assessment that amounts to a sobering checkup on programs vital to the middle class.

NO. 4: TRUMP-RUSSIA PROBE-MANAFORT/TRUMP-RUSSIA PROBE - A federal judge will weigh whether to jail former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort while he awaits trial after prosecutors accused him of making several attempts to tamper with witnesses in his criminal case. Meanwhile, Democratic congressional leaders are asking the Justice Department and FBI for assurances that they won't brief President Donald Trump on classified information related to the origins of the FBI investigation into Russia's election meddling.

DIGEST: EDUCATION-DEVOS, CLINTON EMAILS-INSPECTOR GENERAL, SENATE-RECESS CANCELED, SEXUAL MISCONDUCT-HARVEY WEINSTEIN, APPRENTICE CONTESTANT-TRUMP, HAWAII-VOLCANO, TRUMP-BLAGOJEVICH, TRUMP-NORTH KOREA

Extras

1) TRUMP-EAGLES/TRUMP-SPORTS (LEE-060618-TRUMP-EAGLES) - President Donald Trump abruptly cancels his Tuesday ceremony celebrating the Philadelphia Eagles' Super Bowl victory after many players declined to show up. The White House accused the players of abandoning their fans, and Trump scheduled a "Celebration of America" with military bands as he stoked fresh controversy over players who protest racial injustice by taking a knee during the national anthem. Meanwhile, NBA stars Stephen Curry and LeBron James are speaking out in support of the Philadelphia Eagles, and repeating their criticisms of Trump in response to how the Super Bowl champions were disinvited from the traditional White House ceremony. (About 25 to 30 inches, with photos/mugs)

2) OBIT-KATE SPADE (LEE-060618-OBIT-SPADE) - Bright. Vibrant. Colorful. And most essentially, fun. The same words used to describe Kate Spade's enormously popular handbags were an apt description of the woman herself, say many in the fashion world. And that only contributed to the sense of shock and loss in the industry upon hearing the news that Spade had taken her own life at 55. (About 25 to 30 inches, with photo and mug)

3) SPORTS BETTING (LEE-060618-SPORTS-BETTING) - The market for legal sports gambling in the United States widened significantly on Tuesday with expanded betting in Delaware, putting legal wagering within driving distance of three major East Coast cities less than a month after the U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for states to accept the bets. (About 26 inches, with photo)

4) WORLD BANK-GLOBAL FORECAST (LEE-060618-GLOBAL-FORECAST) - The World Bank issues its semi-annual outlook for the global economy. In its previous forecast in January, the World Bank predicted that global growth would hit 3.1 percent in 2018, which would amount to its best showing in seven years, and that the U.S. economy would expand 2.5 percent. In recent months, though, the rising threat of a global trade war has raised some concerns about economic growth. (About 8 inches)

5) KOCH STEPS DOWN (LEE-060618-KOCH-DOWN) - Billionaire conservative icon David Koch is stepping down from the Koch brothers' network of business and political activities. (About 19 inches, with mug)

6) LORD & TAYLOR FLAGSHIP (LEE-060618-LORD-TAYLOR) - Lord & Taylor to close storied flagship on Fifth Avenue. (About 10 inches, with photo)

7) SCOTTSDALE KILLINGS (LEE-060618-SCOTTSDALE-KILLINGS) - Dwight Lamon Jones apparently never put his bitter divorce behind him. Almost eight years after the split, the Phoenix-area man began confronting people connected with the case and shooting them, killing six in all. The divorce had awarded him a generous alimony settlement from his ex-wife, a radiologist, but those payments ceased in 2015. (About 25 to 30 inches, with photo)

8) LUNG CANCER-IMMUNOTHERAPY (LEE-060618-LUNG-CANCER) - In findings that may allow many lung cancer patients to avoid chemotherapy, a large clinical trial has shown that the immunotherapy drug Keytruda is a more effective initial treatment for two-thirds of patients with the most common type of lung cancer. (About 24 inches, with photo)

9) FILM-HEREDITARY (LEE-060618-FILM-HEREDITARY) - The first thing writer-director Ari Aster felt after "Hereditary's" midnight premiere at the Sundance Film Festival was relief that people didn't hate it. Then headlines started popping up in the early hours of the morning declaring that the film had restored faith in the genre, that it was the most traumatically terrifying horror movie in ages, and that star Toni Collette should even get an Oscar nomination. The relief quickly turned to gratitude. (About 22 inches, with photo and mug)

10) MEXICO-ELECTIONS-LOPEZ OBRADOR (LEE-060618-MEXICO-ELECTIONS) - While financial markets fret about Mexican left-leaning candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the man himself is calmly cruising toward a likely victory in July 1 presidential elections, seemingly without a care in the world - and without the angry tone that marked his previous two runs for the presidency. (About 28 inches, with photo/mug)

11) ISRAEL-NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM (LEE-060618-ISRAEL-MUSEUM) - After decades of planning and delays, Israel is opening a new national natural history museum in Tel Aviv, a $40 million project funded largely by American billionaire Michael Steinhardt that aims to increase scientific education despite religious opposition to the theory of evolution. (About 28 inches, with photo)

Weekend extras (stories saved for possible weekend use)

1) HEALTH CARE-STRONG REBUKE (LEE-060618-HEALTH-REBUKE) - More than 95 percent of health care groups that have commented on President Donald Trump's effort to weaken Obama-era health insurance rules criticized or outright opposed the proposals, according to a Los Angeles Times review of thousands of official comment letters filed with federal agencies. The extraordinary one-sided outpouring came from more than 300 patient and consumer advocates, physician and nurse organizations and trade groups representing hospitals, clinics and health insurers across the country, the review found. (About 30 inches, with photo and mug)

2) 1968 REFLECTION-INTERRACIAL MARRIAGE (LEE-060518-1968-MARRIAGE) - Their wedding day was bookended by the deaths of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in April and Robert F. Kennedy in June. The Vietnam War raged abroad as a fight for civil rights continued at home. For many, 1968 was marked by violence, bloodshed and protest. For Janice, a white woman, and Charles, a black man, 1968 marked the unlikely beginning of a 50-year marriage filled with four children and 11 grandchildren. (About 34 inches, with photos; *NOTE: This story would be an excellent supplement to the mandatory 1968-A YEAR THAT ROCKED THE WORLD-JUNE Shared Content Module.)

3) DNA TESTING-ETHNICITY (LEE-060618-DNA-TESTING) - Curious about their roots, consumers are spending tens of millions of dollars each year getting their DNA tested and then proclaiming they are one-quarter Irish, 22 percent Scandinavian or 14 percent Native American. These pie charts of ethnicity make for great water-cooler conversation. But what about the science? Experts say it is still in its infancy, can reinforce stereotypes and sometimes is flat-out wrong. (About 32 inches, with photo)

4) ANALYSIS-HISTORIC SUMMIT-CHINA’S INTEREST (LEE-060618-ANALYSIS-CHINA) - In the head-snapping drama of the off-again, on-again U.S.-North Korea summit, the unpredictable lead actors, President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, hold center stage. But off in the wings, China is controlling some of the key action — and may help dictate the ending. (About 30 inches, with photo and mugs)

5) PAIN PATIENTS (LEE-060618-PAIN-PATIENTS) - Experts say that most people with an opioid addiction today got started on prescription pain pills — either their own or someone else's. New rules seek to contain the number of leftover pills available for diversion and reduce the number of pain patients who become dependent or suffer serious side effects. But longtime users with chronic pain contend that these rules are hurting law-abiding people. They and some doctors worry that the opioids pendulum, which initially swung too far toward prescribing the pills, has now swung too far toward taking them away. (About 29 inches, with photo)

6) MYSTERY ROBOTS (LEE-060618-MYSTERY-ROBOTS) - It's never been clear whether robotics company Boston Dynamics is making killing machines, household helpers, or something else entirely. But the secretive firm, which for seven years has unnerved viewers with YouTube videos of robots that jump, gallop or prowl like animals, is starting to emerge from a quarter-century of stealth. (About 25 to 30 inches, with photo)

7) DYING TAJ MAHAL (LEE-060518-TAJ-MAHAL) - India's most famous poet, Rabindranath Tagore, once wrote that the Taj Mahal stood on the banks of the river Yamuna "like a teardrop suspended on the cheek of time." One wonders whether the late Nobel laureate could have found a lyrical description of the latest threat facing the grand, white-marble monument: millions of defecating insects. (About 35 inches, with photos and mug)

8) AUTISM-BRAIN DEVELOPMENT (LEE-060518-AUTISM-BRAIN) – It has been long known that many children with autism also have epilepsy or some form of seizure disorder. Not so well understood was the relationship between the two. But a new Penn study suggests that early life seizures may switch on synapses in the brain that can lead to further development delays in children with autism and other intellectual disorders, including language and learning deficits. (About 22 inches, with photo)

9) IMMIGRATION-BORDER-VIDEO APP (LEE-060518-IMMIGRATION-APP) - Taking video of police with cellphones or body cameras became so common after high-profile shootings of black men in Ferguson, Mo., Baltimore and Chicago that there's a word for it: "copwatching." But the practice never spread to the U.S.-Mexico border — until now. (About 30 inches, with photo)

10) HURRICANE SEASON-FLORIDA KEYS (LEE-060518-HURRICANE-KEYS) - Hurricane Irma took Dirk Lockard's truck, his tools, his house and turned the working-class island he called home for the past 16 years into a scene of devastation. When the Category 4 storm swept through Big Pine Key in September with 140 mph winds and 5 feet of storm surge, it wiped out houses, crumpled trailers and scattered boats. Still, Lockard, 58, isn't that worried about this year's hurricane season. He doesn't have much more to lose anymore. (About 24 inches, with photo)

11) EARTHQUAKES-REFUGEES (LEE-060518-EARTHQUAKES-REFUGEES) - When a catastrophic earthquake hits California, buildings would topple and hundreds of people could be killed. But what gets less attention is the aftermath of such a huge quake, which could leave whole neighborhoods uninhabitable and hundreds of thousands of people without homes. (About 27 inches, with photo)

12) CHICAGO POLICE-WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS (LEE-060518-CHICAGO-POLICE) - For years, the Chicago Police Department has been trying to move past a shameful chapter characterized by coercion and brutality, shelling out multimillion-dollar settlements to men who were tortured into confessing to serious crimes they didn't commit. But as the number of cases linked to disgraced former police commander Jon Burge dwindles, a flurry of drug and murder convictions linked to two other former officers have been overturned. And the vindicated inmates are walking out of prison ready to sue. (About 26 inches, with photo/mug)

13) AID WORKER-VISAS (LEE-060518-AID-VISAS) - Hazem Rihawi hopes to come to the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health this fall to learn ways to better help his countrymen in war-torn Syria. An industrial pharmacist turned aid worker, who learned about humanitarian work in the field and wants more formal training, Rihawi has secured a full scholarship to the school. But his dream of coming to the Baltimore school rests on whether he can get a student visa amid restrictions on who can study in the United States. (About 23 inches, with photo)

14) MEXICO-MAKING-THE-BONES-SPEAK (LEE-060518-MEXICO-BONES) - A pair of rubber-gloved hands carefully separates the red "Evidence" tape from a paper bag and empties the contents onto a table. Hundreds of burnt bone fragments spill out. The fragments look like bits of volcanic pumice. Yet for the hands that gently smooth them out over the table top, each one bears a name and holds a piece of a story that nobody knows, but that someone, somewhere is desperate to hear. (About 32 inches, with photo)

15) SYRIA-LIFE OF EXILE (LEE-060618-SYRIA-EXILE) - A family of seven that fled the fighting near Damascus is now living in a camp for displaced Syrians. They have little privacy in the squalid and overcrowded camp in northern Syria, but they would not trade it for their former life in the town of Douma, where they endured weeks of bombings, near-starvation from a crippling siege and a suspected chemical gas attack that almost killed their eldest son. (About 30 inches, with photo)

16) ROHINGYA-TARGETING-THE-TEACHERS (LEE-060618-ROHINGYA-TEACHERS) - The last time Mohammed Hashim saw his brother alive, he begged for his life, his arms bound behind his back as soldiers marched the 35-year-old teacher away. It was Aug. 26, the day after Rohingya Muslim separatist attacks on military outposts in the Rohingya homeland in western Myanmar. In their wake, Myanmar's military and local Buddhists would respond with a campaign of rape, massacre and arson that has driven about 700,000 Rohingya into Bangladesh. (About 35 inches, with photo)

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