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Why the Wikileaks CIA dump was the most damaging one yet | TechCrunch

It’s impossible to keep up with the nonstop news coverage and multiple storylines around the recent WikiLeaks CIA dump. The initial Vault 7 data drop led to Assange’s press conference about “helping” private companies patch vulnerabilities, all while fear started to spread around the intelligence community listening in to our internet-connected Samsung TVs and Apple products at home, and Cisco disclosing that its routers and Internet switches had been hacked.

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Fearing a Worker Shortage, Farmers Push Back on Immigration

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The head of Bethel Heights Vineyard looked out over the 100 acres of vines her crew of 20 Mexicans had just finished pruning, worried about what will happen if the Trump administration presses ahead with its crackdown on immigrants.

From tending the plants to harvesting the grapes, it takes skill and a strong work ethic to produce the winery’s pinot noir and chardonnay, and native-born Americans just aren’t willing to work that hard, Patricia Dudley said as a cold rain drenched the vineyard in the hills of Oregon.

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UC Berkeley students threaten to sue over Ann Coulter visit

The University of California at Berkeley students who invited Ann Coulter to speak on campus are threatening to sue the university if it doesn’t find a proper time and venue for the conservative pundit to speak next week.

Harmeet Dhillon, who represents the Berkeley College Republicans, said in letters sent Friday to UC Berkeley’s Interim Vice Chancellor Stephen Sutton and chief attorney Christopher Patti that if Coulter is not allowed to give a speech on campus on April 27 she will file a lawsuit in federal court because the university is violating the students’ constitutional right to free speech.

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Planned Parenthood founded on racism, belief in protecting society against ‘the unfit’

Minorities crammed into impoverished areas in inner cities should not be having so many babies. And, of course, these minorities (including most of America’s immigrants) are inferior in the human race, as are the physically and mentally handicapped. We should require mandatory sterilizations of those less desirable and promote easy access to abortion. And since sex should be a free-for-all, we must provide birth control and abortions to teenagers too. It’s all for the greater good and for a more intelligent, liberated, healthier population.

Feel a bit enraged by the sentiments above?

They absolutely sicken me.

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Iran Wants to Import Tons of Uranium. Opponents of the Nuclear Deal Want the Trump Administration to Say ‘No’

The Trump administration is facing pressure to definitively rule out a longstanding request by Iran to import 950 tons of natural uranium, according to government sources and proliferation experts who spoke to THE WEEKLY STANDARD. Tehran has signaled it will petition again for the yellowcake next week at a quarterly meeting in Vienna regarding implementation of the 2015 nuclear deal.

The Obama administration reportedly approved the Iranian request in its final weeks, but it was ultimately blocked by the United Kingdom. Iran has indicated of late that it will revive the request, setting up a key test for the Trump administration, which has placed the nuclear deal under a comprehensive review.

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Democrats could tighten grip on California political control

Republicans have a lock on power in Congress and the White House. But far across the country in California, the party of Reagan is seeing yet another threat to its fraying relevance.

Democrats who control every statewide office and command the Legislature are pushing changes in two of the state’s largest counties that could leave California even more tightly in a Democratic vice.

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How Bad Was Hillary Clinton’s Campaign?

Shattered tells us in loving detail about every mistake the Clinton campaign made, but every losing campaign gets that treatment. Her campaign also did a lot of things right. My horseback guess is that when you put it all together, she was about average as a candidate and her campaign was about average as a campaign.

But that got me curious: how do Clinton and her campaign compare to past elections? There’s no way to measure this directly, but you can get an idea by comparing actual election outcomes to the predictions of a good fundamental model.

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Bid to ban toy guns in public schools fizzles

Barely a month ago the powerful Louisiana Sheriffs’ Association was lining up behind a bill to ban toy guns from public schools.

Now the legislation is dead, a victim of Republican infighting and the politically potent National Rifle Association.

“It just did not sit well,” said Rep. Dodie Horton, R-Haughton and sponsor of the measure.

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Europe’s Rising Islam-Based Political Parties

These past several months, eyes across the world have been trained on a growing far-right movement sweeping Europe and America – from the neo-Nazi groups in Germany and the United States to the increasing popularity of France’s National Front. But another, far less noticed but sometimes equally-radical movement is also emerging across Europe: the rise of pro-Islam political parties, some with foreign support from the Muslim world. And the trend shows no sign of stopping.

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California Senate Leader Calls Trump Admin’s Sanctuary City Letter “White Supremacy”

The US Department of Justice sent letters to nine ” sanctuary” jurisdictions Friday requesting proof that they cooperate with immigration officials and warned that without such proof, the jurisdictions are at risk of losing federal grant funding. One of the letters was sent to the California Board of State and Community Corrections, and California Senate President Pro Tempore Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles) immediately cried “racism” and promised to challenge the administration.

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Further clashes in Venezuela after deadly unrest

Venezuelan riot police fired tear gas and rubber bullets for a second day Thursday to break up protests by President Nicolas Maduro’s opponents, further inflaming tensions after Wednesday’s deadly unrest.

The clashes erupted as police in the beleaguered oil-rich nation tried to break up thousands of marchers as they reached a vital Caracas freeway, edging back slightly as masked protesters pelted them with stones and Molotov cocktails.

Demonstrators vowed not to flinch in their campaign to oust Maduro, despite three weeks of violent protest that has seen eight people killed, three of them on Wednesday.

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Uber is extending its internal investigation into sexual harassment claims and workplace culture

Uber has extended its internal investigation into sexual harassment claims at the company, according to sources.

The investigation, led by former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, was sparked by charges of sexual harassment by a former female engineer as well as charges of a wider cultural problem across Uber. Holder has asked the board for more time to complete his inquiry, the sources say.

Holder has not gotten interviews with several key figures in the investigation, including top HR execs, as yet, according to sources. He plans to do so in the coming weeks.

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