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Political Backlash Grows Over Google's Pressure To Censor "Independent" Think Tank

It was only a matter of time until this happened...

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Trump Jr. Agrees To Closed Interview With Senate Judiciary Committee

It's been just over a month since the New York Times dropped its 'bombshell' report on Trump Jr.'s now-infamous meeting with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya.  Of course, Trump Jr.'s subsequent full disclosure on the meeting seemingly revealed it was not only completely useless for the Trump campaign but a rather obvious attempt by a Russian lobbyist to push her own political agenda, namely a repeal of the Magnitsky Act...an act which we would almost be willing to bet that Trump Jr. had never ever heard of before walking in the room.

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Defining Hypocrisy: Democrats Warn Steve Bannon Against Publishing Classified Info On Breitbart

Now this is rich.  After nearly 9 months of Democrat operatives leaking every piece of sensitive and/or embarrassing information they could get their hands on to the New York Times and Washington Post, they're now suddenly worried about Steve Bannon doing the same.  We guess it's one of those 'do as I say, not as I do" sort of things.

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1 In 7 New York City Public-School Students Is Homeless

Despite promising to do everything in his power to improve the quality of life for New York City’s most economically vulnerable residents, Mayor Bill De Blasio has instead presided over one of the largest expansions in homelessness in New York City history.

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Watchdog Sues FBI For Failure To Turn Over Comey "Exit Papers"

After scoring a major court victory on Thursday in its years-long pursuit of any and all emails sent by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pertaining to the Sept.11, 2012 attack in Benghazi, watchdog group Judicial Watch has announced that it’s suing the Department of Justice for failure to turn over records pertaining to former FBI James Comey’s handling of the infamous “Comey memo."

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Is Ray Dalio's Commitment To "Radical Transparency" Hurting Bridgewater?

Ray Dalio’s Bridgewater Associates might become the first hedge fund to hand over the reins to an algorithm.

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