• The Senate Republican health care bill appears to be near death after the Congressional Budget Office estimates that the measure would leave 22 million more Americans uninsured, and a growing list of Republican lawmakers say they won’t support the legislation.
• Voting rights advocates are speaking out over what they call an attempt by Republican North Carolina lawmakers to gerrymander the state’s judicial districts in the party’s favor.
• Democrats are looking to regain power in the 2018 mid-term elections, but are they making the right moves? Steve Phillips, Founder of Democracy in Color and author of “Brown is the New White” discusses his mid-year progress report on the Democrats and minority voter turnout during Tuesday’s edition of NewsOne Now.
• The mother of Philando Castile will get a nearly $3 million dollar settlement from the city where a police officer shot and killed her son.
•There’s drama over the new biography – “Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama.” Is the author trying to destroy the mythology built around the former president or is he simply giving us a real portrait of the real Obama who is different than his public persona?
All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast