'Master of the Self-Own': People wonder why Ted Cruz tweeted popular video of Beto O'Rourke

  1. ‘Master of the Self-Own’: People wonder why Ted Cruz tweeted popular video of Beto O’Rourke  Washington Post
  2. Let’s get real about Beto O’Rourke winning Texas  New York Post
  3. Ted Cruz’s latest dig at Beto O’Rourke on Twitter might be his vilest yet  Mashable
  4. The Dallas Shootings: A Look Back | KERA News  KERA News
  5. Republican Fears About Holding The Senate Start To Sink In  NPR
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Vivo V11 midrange wonder uses an underscreen fingerprint scanner

  1. Vivo V11 midrange wonder uses an underscreen fingerprint scanner  CNET
  2. Vivo announces V11 with in-display fingerprint sensor and yet another notch shape  The Verge
  3. Vivo V11 Review – A Powerful Mid-Ranger With Plenty Of Features  Android Headlines
  4. Vivo V11 Review: The Notch Evolution Gets The China Speed Treatment  Forbes
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On NAFTA, Canadians wonder if they've been outmaneuvered by Trump

  1. On NAFTA, Canadians wonder if they’ve been outmaneuvered by Trump  Washington Post
  2. US Congress skeptical of Trump’s Mexico trade deal  Reuters
  3. Lots of Trump’s allies think his new trade deal with Mexico is terrible for the US  Business Insider
  4. Is Trump making NAFTA better — or worse?  Chicago Tribune
  5. Canada Reels as It Tries to Imagine Its Economy Without Nafta  New York Times
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'Aquaman' Trailer, 'Wonder Woman' Footage & Depp: Everything We Learned at the Warner Bros. Panel

  1. ‘Aquaman’ Trailer, ‘Wonder Woman’ Footage & Depp: Everything We Learned at the Warner Bros. Panel  TooFab
  2. ‘Aquaman:’ James Wan, Jason Momoa, Nicole Kidman & Cast Intro First Trailer: Comic-Con  Deadline
  3. Comic-Con 2018 Saturday schedule: Aquaman, Shazam, Godzilla take over  CNET
  4. James Wan Knows About Your Aquaman Memes—and He Likes Them  WIRED
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Anti-corruption watchdogs wonder: 'Who is funding Mexico's presidential candidates?'

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s three leading presidential candidates have not declared a single peso in direct private financial contributions to their election campaigns, federal records show, raising concerns from corruption watchdogs about the potential influence of dark money in a pivotal contest.


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