2018 primary election guide for state and federal offices

  1. 2018 primary election guide for state and federal offices  HollandSentinel.com
  2. GOP dodges bumps on way to midterms  The Hill
  3. Democrats’ Conundrum: Left or Center?  New York Times
  4. Microsoft detected Russian phishing attacks on three 2018 campaigns  Engadget
  5. Anticipating A Russian Attack On The 2018 Election: What If Trump Is Right?  NPR
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Ocasio-Cortez Calls for Occupation of Airports, ICE Offices: 'We Have to Mobilize'

  1. Ocasio-Cortez Calls for Occupation of Airports, ICE Offices: ‘We Have to Mobilize’  Newsweek
  2. Republicans scrap vote on abolishing ICE intended to troll Democrats  Mic
  3. Why #AbolishICE is a slogan, not a solution  Washington Post
  4. I was arrested for protesting. ‘Abolish ICE’ may sound extreme or radical. It’s not | Opinion  NJ.com
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Papa John's evicts founder from offices, though he's still on the board

  1. Papa John’s evicts founder from offices, though he’s still on the board  Los Angeles Times
  2. Papa John’s founder John Schnatter kicked out of his office  CNNMoney
  3. Papa John’s prohibits founder John Schnatter from talking to the press, ejects him from headquarters  CNBC
  4. Papa John’s Founder Used N-Word On Conference Call  Forbes
  5. Papa John’s John Schnatter should have admitted racial bias and learned to do better  USA TODAY
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Ukraine raids Kiev offices of Russian state media

Ukraine raids Kiev offices of Russian state mediaUkraine’s security service raided the Kiev offices of Russia’s state-run RIA Novosti news agency and TV channel RT on Tuesday, detaining one journalist who they accused of treason. The searches took place with relations between Moscow and Kiev already extremely strained, over Russia’s 2014 seizure of Crimea and accusations that it fuelled a rebel conflict in eastern Ukraine that has cost some 10,000 lives. The raids and arrest came on the day that Russian President Vladimir Putin opened a bridge providing the first direct road connection to the Crimean peninsula.


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Attack At YouTube Offices Brings Company's Content Policy Into Question

The shooter in the attack at YouTube’s offices was angry at the company. In social media postings, she claimed that her videos were being filtered, censored and demonetized, but it’s not clear that was a motivation for her shooting spree. But the tragedy gets to a profound challenge at YouTube — deciding what content stays up and gets displayed prominently and what comes down or gets buried in search results.


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Shooting at YouTube Offices Wounds 3; Female Suspect Is Dead

  1. Shooting at YouTube Offices Wounds 3; Female Suspect Is Dead  New York Times
  2. YouTube shooting: Female suspect dead, three wounded at HQ in San Bruno, California  NBCNews.com
  3. Alleged shooter Nasim Aghdam believed YouTube was censoring her videos  New York Daily News
  4. Police respond to active shooter reports at YouTube headquarters in California  Cincinnati.com
  5. YouTube shooting: Woman shoots 3 before killing herself in San Bruno, California — live updates  CBS News
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Cambridge Analytica's London Offices Searched by UK Watchdog

  1. Cambridge Analytica’s London Offices Searched by UK Watchdog  Fortune
  2. Companies pull ads from Facebook after Cambridge Analytica controversy  The Hill
  3. Investigators search Cambridge Analytica’s London offices  CNN
  4. Cloak and Data: The Real Story Behind Cambridge Analytica’s Rise and Fall  Mother Jones
  5. Facebook Tries to Calm Advertisers After Cambridge Analytica Crisis  Wall Street Journal
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