Volume begins, Ryan's party line, Prince's death, Hillary attacks and other stories

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Tonight is the first night of Volume 2016! Here is a full schedule. Here is our list of Bands to Watch. Here is a last minute guide. 

Ryan falls in line
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) has decided that that he will endorse presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump after all. Ryan held out for a month before offering his support to the inflammatory real estate mogul. 

Prince died of opioid overdose
Midwest Medical Examiner's Office in Minnesota has released a report on the death of music icon Prince, revealing that the singer died from an overdose of fentanyl.

Naloxone to be sold locally
In response to rising opioid deaths, two large pharmacy chains have announced they'll start selling a drug that can reverse overdoses. 

U.S. cities cheat on lead testing
An investigation by the Guardian has found that 33 cities have been concealing potentially dangerous levels of lead in their water. 

When Hillary attacks
Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton delivered a speech yesterday on foreign policy where she laid into Trump  calling him "dangerously incoherent" and having "very thin skin."

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