Opinion: What Trump really meant when he tweeted about a 'RAT'

You would think — or at least hope — that the person who serves as President of the United States would be supportive of anyone who cooperates with federal authorities to bring criminals to justice. After all, Article II of the US Constitution expressly charges the President with enforcing our laws: “he shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed.”


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Tesla And Saudi Arabia: Are They Really Such Strange Bedfellows?

  1. Tesla And Saudi Arabia: Are They Really Such Strange Bedfellows?  Forbes
  2. “A huge outlier”: Musk’s Tesla buyout tweet could get him in legal trouble  Ars Technica
  3. Tesla is no longer rated by Goldman Sachs as bank takes on advisory role  MarketWatch
  4. Tesla and Elon Musk under fire as SEC issues subpoenas  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Tesla shareholders face possible tax bill if automaker goes private  CNBC
  6. Full coverage


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New Leak Suggests Next Fitbit Charge Will Skip the One Feature It Really Needs

  1. New Leak Suggests Next Fitbit Charge Will Skip the One Feature It Really Needs  Gizmodo
  2. Fitbit’s Charge 3 might include a full touchscreen and new smartwatch-like features  The Verge
  3. Fitbit Charge 3 may bring welcome changes like a touchscreen, waterproofing  CNET
  4. Massive Fitbit Charge 3 leak points to touchscreen and waterproofing  Android Authority
  5. Full coverage


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Meghan Markle's dad Thomas reveals why he REALLY goes to McDonald's (and it's not for the food)

  1. Meghan Markle’s dad Thomas reveals why he REALLY goes to McDonald’s (and it’s not for the food)  The Sun
  2. Issa Mess: Meghan Markle Pulls A Ruthless Move On Her Deadbeat Dad Over His Last Tell-All Interview  BET
  3. The summer of Meghan Markle and all the tired ways we talk about royal women  The Sydney Morning Herald
  4. Full coverage


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Did CRISPR really fix a genetic mutation in these human embryos?

Did CRISPR really fix a genetic mutation in these human embryos?

Did CRISPR really fix a genetic mutation in these human embryos?, Published online: 08 August 2018; doi:10.1038/d41586-018-05915-2

Researchers provide more evidence for their landmark claim that gene editing rid embryos of a disease mutation — but scientists are still arguing over the results.
Source: Nature