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Advertisers seek more control after unintended Breitbart spots

Some advertisers are working overtime to scrub their spots from websites including Breitbart News, an unintended consequence of the automated ad buying systems that are meant to lower costs and allow for more targeted advertising.

Those trying to keep their ads off certain websites are finding they must take steps to verify the spots they bid for are where ads actually appear and that there are no third parties involved that can result in ads winding up in unintended places.

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Trump in Capitol Hill in an effort to save his health care plan

Time for talk running out, President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned wavering House Republicans that their jobs were on the line in next year’s elections if they failed to back a GOP bill that would upend Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act.

The countdown quickened toward an expected vote Thursday on legislation undoing much of the law that has provided coverage to some 20 million Americans. Trump huddled behind closed doors with rank-and-file Republicans just hours after GOP leaders unveiled changes intended to pick up votes by doling out concessions to centrists and hardliners alike.

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White House tax reform may begin in late spring

President Donald Trump may begin his overhaul of the U.S. tax code as early as late spring, White House spokesman Sean Spicer has told Ireland’s Sunday Independent newspaper.

“We are going to have tax reform after we get healthcare completed… I think we are looking at late spring to summer,” Spicer told the newspaper in an interview during Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny’s visit to Washington late last week.

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Philly Cinco de Mayo celebration canceled over immigration crackdown fears

El Carnaval de Puebla, a major Cinco De Mayo celebration in Philadelphia, has been canceled following recent federal immigration crackdowns, organizers said.

Edgar Ramirez told a local NBC affiliate that as many as 15,000 people gather for the annual parade through South Philadelphia, marking the city’s largest Cinco de Mayo celebration.

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Paul predicts GOP healthcare plan will fail

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) on Sunday said he does not believe proposed Republican healthcare legislation will pass through Congress.

“I don’t believe so. I think there’s enough conservatives that do not want ‘ObamaCare lite,’ ” Paul said on ABC’s “This Week.”

Paul during the interview stressed a clean repeal of ObamaCare.

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PALESTINIANS GIVE AWARD TO UN OFFICIAL WHO CONDEMNED ISRAEL

The Palestinian president has awarded his people’s highest honor to a former U.N. official who was forced to resign last week after authoring a report that accused Israel of establishing an “apartheid regime.”

The official Palestinian news agency Wafa said Sunday that President Mahmoud Abbas informed Rima Khalaf by phone that she would receive the Palestine Medal of the Highest Honor in recognition of her “courage and support” for the Palestinian people.

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Exclusive: Canadian border authorities detaining record number of Mexicans

Canada’s border authorities detained more Mexicans in the first 67 days of 2017 than they did annually in any of the three previous years, according to statistics obtained by Reuters.

The spike comes immediately after Canada’s federal government lifted its visa requirement for Mexican citizens in December.

Many Mexicans looking north have shifted their focus from the United States to Canada as President Donald Trump vows to crack down on America’s undocumented immigrants, about half of whom are Mexican. On Friday, Reuters reported, immigration judges were reassigned to 12 U.S. cities to speed up deportation.

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Comey confronts an angry Congress

He upended the presidential election — twice. Now Democrats are pinning their hopes on the man many of them blame for Hillary Clinton’s loss to deliver a major blow to Donald Trump’s credibility.

FBI Director James Comey is set to face probing questions Monday about Russia’s involvement in the presidential election at a highly anticipated public appearance before the House Intelligence Committee.

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White House factions take fight to front pages

Two White House factions trashed their rivals in mirror-image stories on the Sunday front pages. We have talked to both sides, and they think they know with dead certainty who the sources are. And they’re going to react. So this Kremlinology is just beginning to play out.

The feud was at the top the WashPost front page, “Inside White House, a class war brews: Trump’s populist aides tangle with N.Y. executives.

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DOJ to appeal ban halt

The Justice Department is moving forward with its defense of President Trump’s revised executive order on travel and refugees — taking steps to appeal court rulings that have blocked for a second time its nationwide enforcement.

In a two-pronged approach, government lawyers argued in one case out of Hawaii that a federal judge’s ruling there should be scaled back, while in a Maryland case they filed notice they intend to appeal a ruling that put a narrower portion of the executive order on hold. The legal strategy could aim to have an appeal heard by an appellate court that might be friendlier to their case, according to legal experts.

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