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Situational awareness: The U.S. has charged WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with violating the Espionage Act by leaking U.S. government documents. Go deeper.
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No shot, no spot: That's the increasingly common response for summer camp hopefuls who aren't vaccinated, as fears continue to grow about diseases like measles.
Why it matters: "U.S. measles outbreaks so far this year have eclipsed all other outbreaks in any year since the virus was declared eradicated in the country in 2000," Axios' Andrew Freedman reported last month.
The big picture: There is no national policy for whether summer camps should require vaccinations.
The bottom line: This is another example of private organizations being forced to protect vulnerable people in the face of insufficient government policy.
Max Verstappen of the Netherlands during practice for the F1 Grand Prix of Monaco at Circuit de Monaco.
"A homeless Tennessee student has graduated as his high school’s valedictorian and was offered dozens of scholarships totaling $3 million," the AP reports.