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Analysis: Is tech too easy to use?

Seven years ago, a younger and more carefree Mark Zuckerberg went onstage at Facebook’s annual developer conference and announced a major change to the social network’s design. Until then, apps..
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Trump’s Legal Peril Increases, As Does Combined Weight Of Investigations – Analysis

By Seema Sirohi US President Donald Trump is entering perhaps the most difficult phase of his presidency as his legal and political difficulties mount and his denials wear thin. His former..
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Elizabeth Warren Finally Admits She’s ‘Not A Person Of Color’ [Video]Elizabeth Warren Finally Admits She’s ‘Not A Person Of Color’  01:43

Maybe it was the unprecedented ridicule and scorn. Maybe it was the laughable DNA test. Maybe it was the Cherokee Nation scorching her. Or, maybe it’s the simple fact that she’s wrong and..

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Secretary Of The Interior Ryan Zinke Submits Resignation [Video]Secretary Of The Interior Ryan Zinke Submits Resignation  01:04

This comes as Zinke faced multiple ethics investigations.

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DHS Chief Confirms Death of Girl Detained By U.S. Border Patrol [Video]DHS Chief Confirms Death of Girl Detained By U.S. Border Patrol  00:36

According to Reuters, the head of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security confirmed on Friday that a 7-year-old migrant girl from Guatemala had died hours after she was taken into U.S. Border Patrol..

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Reince Priebus Selected For Navy With Recommendation From Jim Mattis [Video]Reince Priebus Selected For Navy With Recommendation From Jim Mattis  00:52

The Washington Post reports that Reince Priebus has been selected to join the Navy.

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Court Decides Employers Can't Deny Birth Control Coverage [Video]Court Decides Employers Can't Deny Birth Control Coverage  01:00

A federal court blocked Trump administration guidelines that would have let companies opt out of providing contraception at no cost.

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In Washington Post Op-Ed, George Conway Blasts Trump's Hush-Money Payments Claim As 'Dangerous' [Video]In Washington Post Op-Ed, George Conway Blasts Trump's Hush-Money Payments Claim As 'Dangerous'  01:04

George Conway has slammed President Trump's claim about hush-money payments.

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The Barbershop: Media Watch

In the Barbershop NPR's Michel Martin speaks with former radio talk show host Charlie Sykes and Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan about the news of the week.
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Secretary Of The Interior Ryan Zinke Submits His Resignation

secretary of the interior ryan zinke submits his resignation
Watch VideoSecretary of the Interior Department Ryan Zinke submitted his resignation. President Donald Trump announced in a tweet Saturday morning, "Secretary of the Interior @RyanZinke will be..
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Apple's big campus announcement had a very specific audience — Trump (AAPL)

apple's big campus announcement had a very specific audience — trump (aapl)
· Apple's campus search, which concluded earlier this week, was conducted fairly quietly, especially compared to rivals like Amazon. · That's because Apple's main goal wasn't to gain the maximum..
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The Khashoggi Affair: Whither The Kingdom – Analysis

By Brandon Friedman* (FPRI) — The media has too often cast the House of Saud as an effete body of idle princes. The image is a distortion. The family has its full share of able, energetic men,..
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Washington Post Columnist Gets It Wrong – OpEd

Washington Post columnist Margaret Sullivan wrote a particularly flawed piece that appeared on the front page of the Style section in yesterday’s edition of the newspaper. She is not happy that..
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Poll: Cable news viewers more likely to believe political falsehoods than print, public radio consumers

poll: cable news viewers more likely to believe political falsehoods than print, public radio consumers
It should surprise no one that where we gets our news plays a significant part in determining what we believe to be true. But lying isn’t partisan. Democrat or Conservative, both parties lie with..
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‘Strong Feelings’ To Premiere January 10

Best Friends And Business Partners Katel Ledû And Sara Wachter-Boettcher Let It All Out, Because Life’s Too Short To Bottle Things Up PHILADELPHIA (PRWEB) December 14, 2018 Strong Feelings, a..
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Amazon asked cities that submitted an HQ2 proposal to provide endless data, including the price of an avocado at Whole Foods and the cost of a Starbucks tall coffee (AMZN)

amazon asked cities that submitted an hq2 proposal to provide endless data, including the price of an avocado at whole foods and the cost of a starbucks tall coffee (amzn)
· New York City's 253-page HQ2 proposal to Amazon — posted online this week — reveals how much data the e-commerce giant requested from states and cities as it searched for the site of its second..
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Washington Post, Time Headlines Imply Border Control Caused Death Of 7-Year-Old Migrant Girl

'Stop misrepresenting the facts!'
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Viewpoint: Football at RFK stadium? Yes, please.

It’s not often I give Dan Snyder kudos for anything, but he deserves a pat on the back for trying to locate his new football stadium at the RFK Stadium site in Northeast D.C. It is, hands down, the..
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Court Decides Employers Can't Deny Women Birth Control Coverage

court decides employers can't deny women birth control coverage
Watch VideoA federal appeals court has ruled that companies must continue to provide women free birth control with their health care coverage. The court decided Thursday to block Trump administration..
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A German left-wing group tricked thousands of neo-Nazis into doxxing themselves with a 'honeypot' website

a german left-wing group tricked thousands of neo-nazis into doxxing themselves with a 'honeypot' website
· Neo-Nazis in Germany were recently tricked into providing their identities and personal information to a left-wing art collective, the Washington Post reports. · The group used a "honeypot"..
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Facebook Bug Exposed Private Pictures of up to 6.8 Million Users

facebook bug exposed private pictures of up to 6.8 million users
Facebook announced on Friday that a software bug exposed the private photos of millions of users to app developers, marking the latest security issue in a year full of them for the social..
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Khashoggi killer said 'I know how to cut': Erdogan

Erdogan also slammed Riyadh for its changing account of how Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist and prominent critic of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was murdered at the Saudi consulate in..
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Time Magazine Staffs Up Under New Ownership

time magazine staffs up under new ownership
Time Magazine is going on a shopping spree — for journalists. Under the new ownership of Salesforce billionaire Marc Benioff, the company posted openings for 25 fresh positions, of which 22 are..
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Washington Post Opinion Writer Misses Mark on Ben Shapiro’s Upcoming March for Life Appearance

On Tuesday, The Washington Post ran an opinion piece by Charlie Camosy, an associate professor of theology at Fordham University. In the op-ed, Camosy, who identifies as a “left-leaning pro-lifer,”..
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7-Year-Old Girl Dies In U.S. Border Patrol Custody

A 7-year-old girl who was detained by U.S. Border Patrol after crossing the border into New Mexico has died in custody. NPR talks to Nick Miroff, who covers national security for The Washington Post.
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Washington Post runs full-page ad of Jamal Khashoggi: 'Principles of free expression endure'

Publisher Fred Ryan told Politico the Post will continue to push for justice in Khashoggi's death "until meaningful action is taken."
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