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German Parliament Backs Plan to Fine Social Media over Hate Speech

(Reuters) — The German parliament approved a plan on Friday to fine social media networks up to 50 million euros ($57 million) if they fail to remove hateful postings promptly, despite concerns the law could limit free expression. original article on Breitbart

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‘Speechless’: How can Pope Francis tweet this after Vatican’s statement on Charl…

I am left speechless that @Pontifex tweets this after the Vatican statement on Charlie Gard. cc: @EdMorrissey, @BecketAdams https://t.co/Qe2W7eZuSS — Tom Pinkerton (@PinkertonTom) June 30, 2017 Earlier today, the Vatican released a statement on the heartbreaking case of Charlie Gard, the baby boy sentenced to die by British courts: Reading ...

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Baton Rouge shooter’s motivation was exactly what it appeared to be

Today the state of Louisiana released its final report on the shooting of Gavin Long, the man who killed three police officers and wounded three more in Baton Rouge last summer. The report proves Long’s motivation for the shooting was exactly what it appeared to be at the time, i.e. ...

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The Latest: SKorea says prisoner releases might spur talks

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Latest on President Donald Trump’s meetings with the South Korean president (all times local): 7 p.m. South Korea’s president is suggesting that the release of three Americans held by North Korea could kick-start long-stalled negotiations with Pyongyang. President Moon Jae-in (jah-yihn) says another impetus for talks ...

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Kushner Sought ‘Morning Joe’ Apology to Trump to A…

Jared Kushner, the son-in-law and senior adviser to President Donald Trump, told MSNBC co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski that an apology to the president could stop The National Enquirer from publishing a story about their relationship, The Hill reported on Friday. Kushner and Scarborough texted each other about the ...

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I didn’t endorse his attacks, I endorse his abilit…

Kellyanne Conway made a pretty classic distinction without a difference fallacy in this interview where she’s basically defending Trump’s stupid insulting tweets. Watch below: “I didn’t say I endorse [Pres. Trump’s] attacks… I endorse his ability to fight back…” – @KellyannePolls to @GStephanopoulos on tweets pic.twitter.com/bhvQrUvdjO — Good Morning America ...

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Watch: Unbelievable video shows plane crashing into busy California freeway

Two people were onboard a twin-engine Cessna 310 when it crashed onto the very busy 405 freeway in Southern California Friday. An eyewitness captured the crash in a dramatic video posted on social media. The video shows the plane wavering before landing in the center of one of the busiest ...

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‘That is an absolute lie,’ Sanders says of Burlington College claims

Facing more questions about Burlington College, Sen. Bernie Sanders is denying that his office exerted any pressure to help secure a loan for the small liberal-arts school once led by his wife. Appearing Thursday night on MSNBC, the Vermont independent and former candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination responded directly ...

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Insurance Companies Begin Offering ‘Cyberattack Insurance’

As businesses become more reliant on computer technology, insurance companies have begun offering “cyberattack insurance” in an attempt to provide protection from hackers. original article on Breitbart

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BOOMERANG: Nate Silver, Instapundit question MSNBC’s motives over alleged Scarbo…

Man, I can't understand at all* why people don't trust cable news networks? *Trips and falls over the heavy sarcasm https://t.co/ndUaEnhHJP — Stephen Fowler (@stphnfwlr) June 30, 2017 The latest on the Joe Scarborough–Donald Trump feud is that MSNBC has text messages that Scarborough says prove his side of the ...

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