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Monthly Archives: October 2017

Tech Executives Are Testifying on Capitol Hill About Russian Election Interference

But American intelligence agencies have concluded that President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia tried to sway the election in favor of President Trump, beyond just posting disruptive content on social media. Russian operatives also hacked Democratic email accounts and released

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Police Respond to Reports of Possible Shooting in Lower Manhattan

Photo Emergency vehicles and a school bus outside Stuyvesant High School on Tuesday. Credit Chang W. Lee/The New York Times A suspect had been taken into custody after police officers in New York City responded on Tuesday afternoon to reports

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Hillary Clinton on the conservative media: ‘It appears they don’t know I’m not president’

Hillary Clinton was nowhere near Washington the day charges against President Trump’s former campaign chairman were announced and news broke that a former Trump campaign volunteer had pleaded guilty to lying to federal agents about meeting with Russian officials. She

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Dolphins trade RB Jay Ajayi to Eagles for fourth-round pick

Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment The Miami Dolphins have traded running back Jay Ajayi to the Philadelphia Eagles for a fourth-round pick, it was announced Tuesday. The NFL’s trade deadline expires at 4 p.m. Tuesday. Ajayi has

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Tech titans support more political ad transparency — but aren’t yet embracing a new bill by the US Senate

Here’s what the tech industry says it wants if the U.S. Congress tries to write a new law about online political ads: Rules that are clear, apply to everyone, emphasize disclosure but not too much, and certainly don’t inhibit free

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The Latest: University: Chinese student killed in carjacking

University of Utah students were told to shelter in place after a shooting near the campus in Salt Lake City. One person was killed. Police are searching for a suspect who is considered armed and dangerous. (Oct. 31) Media: Associated

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Questions raised about sailors’ story after months stranded at sea

Okinawa, Japan (CNN)The two women from Hawaii who say they were lost at sea had an emergency beacon on the ship that was not activated during their roughly five months at sea, a Coast Guard spokeswoman tells CNN. ‘);$vidEndSlate.removeClass(‘video__end-slate–inactive’).addClass(‘video__end-slate–active’);}};CNN.autoPlayVideoExist =

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John Kelly calls Robert E. Lee an ‘honorable man’ and says ‘lack of compromise’ caused the Civil War

White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly speaks to the media during a daily briefing in October. (AP) White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly on Monday called Robert E. Lee “an honorable man” and said that “the lack of an

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Shares jump after China backs down from protesting South Korean companies over US missile defense deployment

Seoul and Beijing have agreed to mend relations after the Chinese protested the deployment of US missile defenses in South Korea. South Korean shares are up as China seems to abandon its concerns that the missile defenses posed a threat to

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iPhone X first impressions round-up: ‘good but not perfect’ the view so far [U]

Updated with TechCrunch review, at the bottom. We talked yesterday about how Apple is this year taking a different approach to pre-sale reviews of its flagship iPhone. Instead of giving all publications and sites the same embargo date, so that

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