Google discussed promoting pro-immigration groups in search results to counter travel ban

  1. Google discussed promoting pro-immigration groups in search results to counter travel ban  CNNMoney
  2. Google staff discussed ways to tweak search results to counter Trump’s travel ban  CNBC
  3. “We’d be breaching precedent”: Leaked emails show Google workers discussing search tweaks  Fast Company
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'Dark money' groups could have to name their political donors ahead of midterms

  1. ‘Dark money’ groups could have to name their political donors ahead of midterms  CNN
  2. Supreme Court Won’t Disturb Ruling Unmasking Dark Money Donors  New York Times
  3. Supreme Court Orders Disclosure For Dark Money, As New Report Unveils Some Donors  NPR
  4. Judge Shuts Down Multimillion-Dollar Loophole In Election Law  NPR
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Watchdog groups asks DOJ to investigate 'bribery' for Sen. Collins' Kavanaugh vote

  1. Watchdog groups asks DOJ to investigate ‘bribery’ for Sen. Collins’ Kavanaugh vote  USA TODAY
  2. Feinstein Says She Has Relayed Information About Kavanaugh to Investigative Authorities  Wall Street Journal
  3. Sen. Dianne Feinstein refers mysterious letter about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to federal authorities  CNBC
  4. How Brett Kavanaugh could help create an era of rampant corruption  Washington Post
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Interest Groups Turn Up Pressure on Senators Before Kavanaugh Vote

  1. Interest Groups Turn Up Pressure on Senators Before Kavanaugh Vote  New York Times
  2. Democrats deluge Kavanaugh with written follow-up questions  CNN
  3. This Attorney Handled the Only Abortion Case Brett Kavanaugh Ever Heard  TIME
  4. Either Sen. Collins VOTES NO on Kavanaugh OR we fund her future opponent | Crowdpac  Crowdpac
  5. Group Threatens Sen. Collins with $1.3 Million Donation Over Kavanaugh Vote  Newsmax
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Armed groups agree to keep Tripoli ceasefire: U.N

Armed groups agree to keep Tripoli ceasefire: U.NArmed groups vying for control of the Libyan capital have agreed to set up a mechanism to “consolidate” a recently agreed ceasefire, the United Nations’ Libya mission, UNSMIL, said on Sunday. On Tuesday, the United Nations persuaded various armed groups to halt fighting that had killed dozens in Tripoli, one of the many sites of unrest gripping the oil producer. “Parties agreed today to freeze their forces’ movements, a monitoring & verification mechanism to consolidate the ceasefire + development of a plan to withdraw armed groups from sovereign locations and critical infrastructure in #Tripoli,” UNSMIL tweeted.


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