Trump, North Korea, NBA: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing

  1. Trump, North Korea, NBA: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing  New York Times
  2. The FBI’s Trump-Russia investigation had a secret codename based on a Rolling Stones song  Business Insider
  3. FBI Named Trump-Russia Investigation After Rolling Stones Lyrics  Pitchfork
  4. New York Times acknowledges it buried the lead in pre-election Russia-Trump story  Washington Post
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Senate panel expected to grill Scott Pruitt on Wednesday

  1. Senate panel expected to grill Scott Pruitt on Wednesday  CNN
  2. Scott Pruitt on Capitol Hill: What to Expect in Round 3  New York Times
  3. Scott Pruitt’s EPA Email Accounts Are Being Investigated & Trump Has Barely Said A Word  Bustle
  4. Scott Pruitt requested, received 24/7 security starting on his first day at EPA  Washington Post
  5. Guess how many death threats Scott Pruitt received to justify his 24/7 security detail? Zero  Los Angeles Times
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More than 1 million students to miss class Wednesday in NC

  1. More than 1 million students to miss class Wednesday in NC  WCTI12.com
  2. GOP says teacher rally is political ploy by Democrats  WSOC Charlotte
  3. Republican lawmakers are being judged unfairly on teacher pay, NC GOP says  Durham Herald Sun
  4. The one way North Carolina’s teacher rally Wednesday could spark change  Charlotte Observer
  5. North Carolina teachers will be the next to walk out. Here’s what they want:  CNN
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U.S. Senate votes Wednesday on effort to reinstate 'net neutrality' rules

U.S. Senate votes Wednesday on effort to reinstate 'net neutrality' rulesThe U.S. Senate will vote on Wednesday on whether to reverse a decision by the Trump administration to roll back Obama-era “net neutrality” rules, Democratic senators said on Monday. Advocates of keeping the 2015 open-internet rules have the backing of 50 U.S. senators, including Republican Susan Collins. The effort still faces an uphill battle – it is uncertain if the Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives will even vote on the issue and the White House backs the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules approved last December.


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