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Saudi Arabia must face US lawsuits over Sept. 11 attacks – Reuters
Russian ex-spy, daughter may have come into contact with nerve agent at their front door, investigators say – Washington Post
Department of Justice inspector general investigating alleged FISA abuses – CBS News
1 dead, 4 injured in San Francisco hit-and-run after dispute, police say – CBS News
Veterans Affairs Secretary Is Latest to Go as Trump Shakes Up Cabinet – New York Times
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Ecuador has cut off Julian Assange’s internet connection in its London embassy – Business Insider
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Discord Grows After Russia Fire Kills Children

Russian officials said a shopping-mall fire on Sunday in the Siberian city of Kemerovo killed 64 people, but many people arent buying that account, as President Vladimir Putin visits and blames corruption for the tragedy.

Europe Struggles to Respond to Covert Russian Threats

The expulsion of 42 Russian diplomats from EU capitals sent a potent signal of Europes anger over the poisoning in the U.K. of a former Russian spy. But effective action to blunt Moscow remains modest.

March 27, 2018

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Cambridge Analytica CEO Promised More Than He Delivered, Clients Say

Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nixs sales pitch was powerful: his firms personality-profiling ability would let politicians win votes by tapping into peoples deepest fears and desires. Some clients say that didnt happen.

North Korea’s Kim, Long a Pariah, Takes Tentative Step Onto World Stage

The North Korean leaders meeting in Beijing with Chinese President Xi Jinping, conducted in secrecy after a ride on an armored train, lays the groundwork for his biggest diplomatic date yet: a summit with U.S. President Donald Trump.

Australian Cricket Bowled Over by Its ‘Deflategate’ Moment

The so-called ball-tampering scandal has raised the unthinkable specter of cheating, triggering something of an existential crisis across cricket-crazy Australia.

U.K. to Review Visas Granted to Russian Millionaires

The U.K. will re-evaluate hundreds of visas granted to Russian millionaires under a program for wealthy foreign investors, as the government faces pressure to crack down on Russian money after the poisoning of an ex-double agent.

Ecuador Punishes WikiLeaks Founder in London Embassy for Meddling in Politics

Ecuador has cut off the internet connection to Julian Assange at its London Embassy after the WikiLeaks founder criticized the United Kingdom and its allies for expelling Russian diplomats following the poisoning of a former Russian spy.

March 28, 2018

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Peter Munk, Freewheeling Founder of Barrick Gold, Dies in Toronto at 90

Peter Munk, who escaped Nazi-occupied Hungary to become a freewheeling international entrepreneur and founder of Barrick Gold, died at 90 years old in Toronto on Wednesday.

A Year Out, a Haze Still Surrounds Brexit

With a year to go before Brexit, the central challenge facing the U.K. is how to end uncertainty and bring clarity to the process. That’s no simple task, Simon Nixon writes.

NATO Moves Toward Readying More Troops to Confront Russian Threat

Europe has more than a million troops in its armies, but military planners fear those ready for rapid deployment in a conflict with Russia would only be counted in the thousands. NATO, at U.S. urging, is working to change that.

US economy grew at a pace very close to Trump’s 3 percent goal at end of last year – Washington Post


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US economy grew at a pace very close to Trump’s 3 percent goal at end of last year
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The U.S. economy expanded at a rate of 2.9 percent in the fourth quarter, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday, much better than Wall Street analysts expected and very close to President Trump’s goal of 3 percent growth. The strong growth came 
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Saudi Arabia must face US lawsuits over Sept. 11 attacks – Reuters


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Saudi Arabia must face US lawsuits over Sept. 11 attacks
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Russian ex-spy, daughter may have come into contact with nerve agent at their front door, investigators say – Washington Post


Washington Post
Russian ex-spy, daughter may have come into contact with nerve agent at their front door, investigators say
Washington Post
LONDON The former Russian double agent and his daughter who were targeted with a nerve agent more than three weeks ago may have come into contact with the poison at their front door, British authorities said Wednesday. Sergei Skripal, 66, and Yulia 
UK police: Skripals first came into contact with nerve agent at homeCNN International
Poison Was Left on Russian Spy’s Front Door, the British Police SayNew York Times
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Department of Justice inspector general investigating alleged FISA abuses – CBS News


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Department of Justice inspector general investigating alleged FISA abuses
CBS News
The Department of Justice’s internal watchdog announced Wednesday that it will review the DOJ and FBI’s compliance with the law and their own policies related to applications for secret surveillance warrants made “related to a certain U.S. person,” in
Justice Dept. charges Minnesota FBI agent for leaking secret document to news outletMinneapolis Star Tribune
Justice Dept. IG looking at allegations of FBI surveillance abusesCNN

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1 dead, 4 injured in San Francisco hit-and-run after dispute, police say – CBS News


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1 dead, 4 injured in San Francisco hit-and-run after dispute, police say
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Last Updated Mar 28, 2018 3:58 PM EDT. SAN FRANCISCO — Five people have been struck by a car in San Francisco in a hit-and-run incident, police say. One victim has since died, according to a hospital spokesman. CBS San Francisco reports that police 
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Veterans Affairs Secretary Is Latest to Go as Trump Shakes Up Cabinet – New York Times


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Veterans Affairs Secretary Is Latest to Go as Trump Shakes Up Cabinet
New York Times
WASHINGTON After weeks of uncertainty atop the Department of Veterans Affairs, President Trump on Wednesday said he plans to replace its secretary, David J. Shulkin, with the president’s personal physician, Dr. Ronny L. Jackson, a rear admiral in
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Deportee ditches ICE agents at JFK, slips away in cab – ABC News


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Deportee ditches ICE agents at JFK, slips away in cab
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Amazon loses nearly $40 billion in value on report Trump wants to ‘go after’ company’s tax treatment – CNBC


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Amazon loses nearly $40 billion in value on report Trump wants to ‘go after’ company’s tax treatment
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Trump has discussed altering the company’s tax treatment because several of his friends told him Amazon is hurting their businesses and “killing shopping malls and brick-and-mortar retailers,” the report says. Tae Kim | @firstadopter. Published 3 Hours 
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Corey Feldman claims he was stabbed multiple times – Page Six


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Corey Feldman claims he was stabbed multiple times
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Special counsel: Manafort, Gates worked with Russian intelligence agent – CBS News


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Special counsel: Manafort, Gates worked with Russian intelligence agent
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Ecuador has cut off Julian Assange’s internet connection in its London embassy – Business Insider


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Ecuador has cut off Julian Assange’s internet connection in its London embassy
Business Insider
The Ecuadorian government has cut off Julian Assange’s internet connection in its embassy in London. The Wikileaks founder has been holed up in the embassy since 2012 after being accused of rape in Sweden. Ecuador said it did so because his posts on 
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Judge rejects Trump push to dismiss emoluments lawsuit – The Hill


The Hill
Judge rejects Trump push to dismiss emoluments lawsuit
The Hill
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