Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez accuses Joe Crowley of mounting a 3rd party bid against her in a Twitter fight

  1. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez accuses Joe Crowley of mounting a 3rd party bid against her in a Twitter fight  Business Insider
  2. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Win Gets Ugly for Democrats in Heated Twitter Spat With Joe Crowley  Newsweek
  3. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Primary Opponent Is Still On The Ballot For This Bizarre Reason  Bustle
  4. The confusing ballot procedure behind Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Joe Crowley’s Twitter beef, explained  Vox
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Defeated Congressman Denies He's Mounting a Third-Party Challenge to Ocasio-Cortez

  1. Defeated Congressman Denies He’s Mounting a Third-Party Challenge to Ocasio-Cortez  Slate Magazine
  2. Ocasio-Cortez, Crowley Feud on Twitter Over November Ballot  Roll Call
  3. The primary is over, but Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rep. Joe Crowley are still clashing  CNN
  4. No, Democrats Aren’t Ruining Their Midterm Chances  New York Times
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Russia so far not mounting 'robust' hacking effort against U.S. election, official says

There is no evidence so far that Russian hackers are mounting the kind of “robust” attacks on state election systems this year that they did in 2016, a top homeland security official told a House panel Wednesday. However, they are continuing their social media campaign to influence U.S. elections.

     

 

 


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Mounting allegations against environment chief trouble White House

Mounting allegations against environment chief trouble White HouseThe White House on Tuesday called “troublesome” the mounting allegations against Environmental Protection Agency Chief Scott Pruitt, who is reportedly under investigation by a dozen separate federal probes. “We are aware of the numerous reports and the president is looking into those,” Hogan Gidley, a White House spokesman, told reporters. US President Donald Trump has so far stood by Pruitt, despite continuing revelations about the EPA administrator’s apparently shady ethics and alleged spending habits.


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Evidence is mounting that Apple has picked a location for its new campus that could create as many as 10000 jobs

  1. Evidence is mounting that Apple has picked a location for its new campus that could create as many as 10000 jobs  Business Insider
  2. Apple campus in Research Triangle Park ‘a done deal’ if tax incentives agreed  9to5Mac
  3. Virginia could turn into new tech hub as Amazon, Apple consider campuses  Digital Trends
  4. Sources: Research Triangle Park tops Apple’s short list  Triangle Business Journal
  5. It’s not just Amazon, Northern Virginia also wants a bite of Apple  USA TODAY
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Fear is mounting in Hawaii as more cracks appear in the Kilauea Volcano

  1. Fear is mounting in Hawaii as more cracks appear in the Kilauea Volcano  Business Insider
  2. New fissure raises concerns about violent Hawaii volcano explosions  USA TODAY
  3. Hawaii volcano spurs new evacuations on Big Island after lava fissure reported  Fox News
  4. Volcanologist: Why Hawaii’s volcano is in danger of going ballistic  CNN
  5. Once the lava stops, rebuilding and futures uncertain in Hawaii  NBCNews.com
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Trump hires Giuliani, two other attorneys amid mounting legal turmoil over Russia

  1. Trump hires Giuliani, two other attorneys amid mounting legal turmoil over Russia  Washington Post
  2. Giuliani says he is joining Trump’s legal team to help bring Mueller probe to a conclusion  CNN
  3. Rudy Giuliani Isn’t the Big Trump Legal Story  The Atlantic
  4. Giuliani says he is joining Trump’s legal team to ‘negotiate an end’ to Mueller probe  Washington Post
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg 'happy' to testify before Congress amid mounting anger at data scandal

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg 'happy' to testify before Congress amid mounting anger at data scandalIn his first interview addressing a user privacy scandal that has besieged his company, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he would be willing to testify before Congress and apologised. “I’m really sorry this happened”, Mr Zuckerberg said, and “I’m happy to” appear before Congress “if it’s the right thing to do”. “The goal there is to get Congress all the information they need to do their extremely important job and we want to send whoever is best informed”, Mr Zuckerberg said.


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