'Hot Mic' podcast: Sessions' testimony, Uber's harassment policies, Megyn Kelly's divisive interview

Attorney General Jeff Sessions gestures as he testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington on Tuesday before the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing.
Source: Jacquelyn Martin/AP
Attorney General Jeff Sessions gestures as he testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington on Tuesday before the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing.
Source: Jacquelyn Martin/AP

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Here are the important stories to get you caught up for Wednesday, June 14:

1. Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday. Here are the six key takeaways from the nearly 3-hour hearing.

2. Uber CEO Travis Kalanick will go on leave as the company adopts new harassment policies.

3. An anti-gun organization dropped Megyn Kelly as the host of its event because of a controversial interview with far-right radio host Alex Jones scheduled for her Sunday night show.

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Abu Zafar

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