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Top Stories: White House Ethics Waivers; LeBron James On Racist Incident

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- 'Hate Is Living Every Day,' LeBron James Says After Racist Graffiti Incident.

-- White House Discloses Ethics Waivers For Presidential Aides.

And here are more early headlines:

How Trump Could Withdraw From Paris Accord. ( CNN)

Anti-Sharia Law March Cancelled In Portland, Ore., After Debate. ( OPB)

Group Releases Initial Data On Calif. Legalized Assisted Suicide. ( AP)

Tropical Depression Forms Off Mexico In Pacific Ocean. ( NHC)

China Again Criticizes U.S. Anti-Missile System In South Korea. ( CNBC)

Pittsburgh Beats Nashville In Game 2 Of NHL Stanley Cup Final. ( NHL.com)

NBA Finals Open Between Cleveland, Golden State Warriors. ( CBSSports)

Noose Found At Smithsonian African American Museum. ( Washington Post)

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