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Left and Right Call for Facebook Regulation

Left and Right Call for Facebook Regulation

By Giuseppe Macri | InsideSources.com, Washington, D.C.

September 26, 2017


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A growing list of Washington players on the left and right want a government-regulated Facebook.

Hurricane Maria: Orlando families find helping Puerto Rico isn’t simple

Hurricane Maria: Orlando families find helping Puerto Rico isn’t simple

By Gabrielle Russon | Orlando Sentinel

September 26, 2017


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After Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, Rafael Juliá Jr. worried about his aging father, battling cancer and relying on a machine to breathe. Juliá understood his two challenges: First, he must find an affordable plane ticket for his father to escape. Perhaps even more difficult, Juliá must also...

Healthcare.gov could be crippled under latest GOP Obamacare repeal proposal

Healthcare.gov could be crippled under latest GOP Obamacare repeal proposal

By Joe Williams | CQ-Roll Call

September 22, 2017


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The bill would axe a provision in the current law that addresses the website's role in determining eligibility for insurance subsidies.

‘My daughters are going to be OK.’ Then Trump phased out DACA

‘My daughters are going to be OK.’ Then Trump phased out DACA

By Esmeralda Bermudez | Los Angeles Times

September 20, 2017


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These are the stories of parents, whose children's futures again are in limbo.

At UN, Trump rips Kim as ‘Rocket Man,’ threatens to ‘destroy’ North Korea

At UN, Trump rips Kim as ‘Rocket Man,’ threatens to ‘destroy’ North Korea

By Tracy Wilkinson and Noah Bierman | Tribune Washington Bureau

September 20, 2017


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Buzz arose when he warned that parts of the world "are going to hell", vowed to "crush loser terrorists", and condemned a "small group of rogue regimes" for threatening global stability.

Monday morning protest in downtown St. Louis begins with silent march

Monday morning protest in downtown St. Louis begins with silent march

By Ashley Jost | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

September 18, 2017


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"Peace is not an option but we have to realize that there's a difference between peaceful and non-violence," said St. Louis Rep. Franks

For some evacuees, the journey home hasn’t been easy

For some evacuees, the journey home hasn’t been easy

By Johnny Diaz | Sun Sentinel

September 14, 2017


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The long journey home has been extra-long for some, and a nightmare for others.

Bipartisan group meet with Trump, discuss DACA

Bipartisan group meet with Trump, discuss DACA

By Joshua Stewart | The San Diego Union-Tribune

September 13, 2017


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Trump urged Congress to work together on a bill that would let those affected by the repeal remain in the U.S., but didn't give details.

Congress Targets Credit Reporting Sector and Cybersecurity After Equifax Breach

Congress Targets Credit Reporting Sector and Cybersecurity After Equifax Breach

By Giuseppe Macri | InsideSources.com, Washington, D.C.

September 12, 2017


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"Equifax fails to protect your data and then they demand you give up legal rights if you want to limit the damage they caused," Warren tweeted. The company has since rescinded the requirement.

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