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Microsoft to NSA: WannaCry is your fault 

Microsoft’s top lawyer has blamed the government’s stockpiling of hacking tools as part of the reason for the WannaCry attack, the worldwide ransomware that has hit hundreds of thousands of systems in recent days. 99 more words

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At the Intersection of Russia Probe and Social Media: Donald Trump’s Digital Chief 

Brad Parscale was the Trump campaign’s digital director and his San Antonio company was its highest-paid vendor. Giles-Parscale drew nearly $88 million for about 18 months of work, according to Federal Election Commission disclosures, on top of an additional $4 million since Election Day, which included millions paid to Facebook and other social-media companies. 401 more words

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Here Are the Names of the 69 House Republicans Who Voted Against Aid for Puerto Rico

Here is the full list of Representatives that voted against disaster relief for United States citizens:

Justin Amash (R-Michigan)
Jim Banks (R-Indiana)
Andy Burr (R-Kentucky) 230 more words

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Drone Video Shows Postal Worker Still Delivering Mail in Neighborhood Ravaged by Wildfire

Wildfires have consumed over 170,000 acres in California since Sunday and thousands have taken refuge in shelters as their homes have burned. But for the United States Postal Service, the deliveries must go on. 70 more words

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Trump Addresses Values Voter Summit: In America 'We Don't Worship Government, We Worship God'

The president became the first sitting president to address the Values Voters Summit, an annual D.C. gathering of religious conservatives, as he solidifies his ties to the GOP’s evangelical wing. 58 more words

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Trump refers to Virgin Islands governor as President

President Donald Trump accidentally referred to the Virgin Islands’ governor as their President during a speech Friday — even though he is technically their President. 13 more words

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Opinion: Evangelical conservatives are proving their harshest critics right

Democrats accused Christian conservatives of being closet theocrats, seeking to impose Christianity on the country and refusing to accept, let alone embrace, American diversity. 

…That’s stunning to the many Americans who think the divine right of kings was what we fought against in the American Revolution. 112 more words

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