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The initials "JE" and doorway damage at the Manhattan residence of Jeffrey Epstein. Photo: Bebeto Matthews/AP
The unsealed Jeffrey Epstein indictment is public, with pages of documents alleging the sexual abuse and trafficking of underage girls in Florida and New York.
Why it matters: Epstein's alleged sexual misconduct with minors has been in the public eye for some time, but he'd benefited from a 2008 plea deal that involved then-U.S. Attorney Alexander Acosta, now President Trump's Secretary of Labor.
Epstein had once walked among a high-profile crowd:
Between the lines: "For all his infamy, there are scant details of how [Epstein] made his money," Bloomberg writes.
What's next: Prosecutors made an appeal Monday for any more of Epstein's victims to come forward.
Go deeper: Read the indictment
Heavy rainfall flooded the intersection of 15th Street and Constitution Ave. near the National Mall. Photo: Alex Brandon/AP
It rained a ton today in the DMV, as the WashPost reports:
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The next challenge for the twice-defending USWNT world champs: helping build a sustainable soccer league, the AP notes.
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