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Big news: Facebook will no longer allow advertisers to target users by age, gender and ZIP code for housing, employment and credit offers. It’s part of a major settlement with civil rights orgs who sued FB following our coverage.
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For nearly a year, officials have told us the university did not fail in its oversight role of a clinical trial that went awry. That’s not what they told the feds, though.
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Meg Marco 3h
Be advised: and have been investigating Trump's businesses, including the proposed Trump Tower Moscow. They are digging up new and interesting things all the time... and, yes, there is a newsletter 👇
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Stacy Montemayor 4h
I used to be an emergency medical dispatcher and I put off reading this article for days bc I knew I'd have ~feelings~. I was not wrong. So. Many. Feelings. But, I cannot overstate how well-reported this story by and is.
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We already know Trump had business interests involving Russia during the 2016 campaign. Let’s run through the cast of characters involved: "Trump, Inc." w/ :
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Eric Umansky 3h
The case for collusion has always been unclear. But the how Trump was *compromised* is crystal clear. It’s all about his business.
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We hereby refer you to tips 1-6, including: 4. Don’t Expect Answers to Everything, or Even Most Things 5. Mueller Is Not Alone. 6. The Final Judgments on Trump’s Actions Will Be Political, Not Legal.
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Richard Tofel 4h
Obviously, this is mostly very good for Trump: — there were Russian conspiracies to influence the election, but no evidence his campaign agreed to join them — no obstruction by Trump himself (not indictable, even if indictment were possible
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ProPublica Mar 22
The time has come. The is finally in. Things are going to get pretty hectic, but keep in mind: there’s a lot we still don’t know. Here are six important tips for navigating whatever comes next. 👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼
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OK, everyone. Here are our tips for STAYING SANE.
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The sealed warrant we obtained that the Feds used to raid Trump fundraiser Elliott Broidy’s office cites three potential crimes: • Conspiracy • Money laundering • Violating the law that bans covert lobbying on behalf of foreign officials
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Legislators in El Salvador are considering granting amnesty to those accused of crimes during the country’s brutal civil war. That would mean anybody convicted of war crimes would *not* have to spend time in prison.
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The Trump admin will soon launch a software tool to help determine when veterans are eligible for private medical care. We obtained an independent review. It says the system is so flawed, it could disrupt the health care of about 75,000 vets every day.
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This is what one leader of primary care physicians said about the new software is developing to determine eligibility for its controversial medical private care plan: “I will instruct every one of my PCPs not to do this.”
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In baby Alijah’s last moments, a Rhode Island 911 call taker wasted crucial time & gave improper advice according to gut-wrenching audio reviewed by and . Experts say Rhode Island’s 911 system is set up to fail.
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Federal authorities searched Elliott Broidy’s office last summer, according to a sealed warrant we obtained. Broidy served as a major Trump campaign fundraiser & was national deputy finance chair of the Republican National Committee.
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Ariana Tobin 11h
OK OK you have another week. We've pushed back the deadline to April 1 (this will be reflected on the website soon). In the meantime, please find someone who might've talked themselves out of applying and encourage them talk to us.
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We've reported for years on how let advertisers exclude users by race and other categories that are protected by federal. Today, they announced big changes.
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Interviews with dozens of people depict a man whose behavior went largely unchecked for years because of his status and wealth. Witnesses to the behavior, mostly men, said nothing or laughed along, the women we interviewed said.
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