• Congress was a client in India, says Cambridge Analytica whistleblower
Congress was a client in India, says Cambridge Analytica whistleblower

The world has been taken by storm after the whistleblower revealed that Cambridge Analytica had fraudulently acquired data of over 50 million Facebook accounts and used it to sway elections in favour of Republican candidate Donald Trump, who later went on to become the President of the United States.

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  • Jeb Bush and Trump Jr
Jeb Bush and Trump Jr

Jeb Bush on Twitter after Bush's remarks on having children "who actually love me" were seen as a swipe at the President. During the Republican primary, Trump often rode Bush, who dropped out of the race after the SC primary in February 2016, as "low-energy Jeb".

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  • What's the Most Popular Dog Breed in Oregon?
What's the Most Popular Dog Breed in Oregon?

Frenchies came in fourth in the ranking, up two places from sixth a year ago. In that ranking, the German Shepherd came in second, followed by the Golden Retriever, French Bulldog and then Bulldog. Join us on Facebook and Twitter . The top five dog breeds in the United States are the following: 1. Along with its almost 5,000 licensed and membe...

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  • Australia cricket captain says he's to blame for cheating scandal
Australia cricket captain says he's to blame for cheating scandal

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has also barred Smith and Warner from participating in the 2018 edition of the IPL . The Indian Premier League on Wednesday banned disgraced Steve Smith and David Warner from playing in this year's tournament after the Australian ball-tampering scandal.

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  • One year to Brexit: What's been agreed - what's still to be settled?
One year to Brexit: What's been agreed - what's still to be settled?

She will have lunch with farmers near Belfast before travelling to Barry in south Wales for a round-table discussion with businesses, and will later have tea in west London with a group of Polish citizens who have made the United Kingdom their home.

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  • Trump picks his doctor to replace Shulkin as veterans secretary
Trump picks his doctor to replace Shulkin as veterans secretary

Like, Jackson, Shulkin is a doctor and a holdover from the Obama administration in which he had headed the veterans health administration, a division of the VA. Trump on March 22 announced he selected John Bolton, the former United Nations ambassador, to the post. Shulkin earlier met privately with doctors at the center, who have alleged substandar...

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  • Supreme shares in today's stock market: Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADP)
Supreme shares in today's stock market: Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADP)

Lenox Wealth Advisors Inc who had been investing in Cisco Systems Inc for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $205.61B market cap company. The company had a trading volume of 1,032,845 shares, compared to its average volume of 2,172,952.

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  • OK Senate passes education funding bill
OK Senate passes education funding bill

Oklahoma Senate leaders were scrambling to find the votes Tuesday for a almost $450 million package of tax hikes on cigarettes, motor fuel, lodging and oil and gas production that passed the House late Monday. "My teachers and I are still gearing up to walk out on Monday". He said the bill was rushed through the process without involvement of the...

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  • Grace Mugabe linked to alleged ivory smuggling in Zimbabwe
Grace Mugabe linked to alleged ivory smuggling in Zimbabwe

According to Steirn, the first lady would then pack and send the ivory through the airport. The ivory trade is not illegal in Zimbabwe , but it is controlled and it is not permitted for export. During the presidency of her husband, Robert, she was a controversial figure, earning the nickname "Gucci Grace" for her extravagant shopping sprees.

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  • Vijay Mallya to marry girlfriend Pinky Lalwani
Vijay Mallya to marry girlfriend Pinky Lalwani

The 62-year-old was previously married to Sameera Tyabjee, a former air hostess , in 1986-87. Vijay Mallya is yet to legally divorce his current wife and childhood friend Rekha Mallya. Vijay Mallya has been in a relationship with Pinky Lalwani for three years. Mallya is absconding from India on charges of money laundering and fraud amounting ...

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  • Thomas teacher to be removed after incident with student
Thomas teacher to be removed after incident with student

Bobay said he has asked several Milpitas police chiefs multiple times over the years to add another school resource police officer at Milpitas High School, which now has one, but they've all said no because of budget constraints. Well according to the ministry's national guidelines, "toilets are to be available for use during the school's openi...

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  • KSA and SoftBank to build world's largest solar project
KSA and SoftBank to build world's largest solar project

The project is expected to have the capacity to produce up to 200 gigawatt (GW) by 2030, Softbank's CEO Masayoshi Son told reporters in NY. The planned development would generate 200 gigawatts of power , making it about 100 times bigger than another planned solar power plant.

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"I Believe Their Client Was Congress": Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower

Wylie said he began to realize the impact of the company's work when Trump won the 2016 US presidential election, and shortly after Trump's inauguration, he reached out to a reporter at The Guardian , initially as an anonymous source. "Aggregate IQ has never been and is not a part of Cambridge Analytica or SCL", the company has stated . Bolton,...

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  • Skripal and his daughter poisoned at front door
Skripal and his daughter poisoned at front door

In a big development in the Salisbury attack case, the police told that the highest concentration of the nerve agent, which was used to poison the two, was present at the front door handle of Sergei Skripal's house. The United States , Canada and most member states of the European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, expelled more than ...

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  • Netanyahu hospitalized with fever, cough
Netanyahu hospitalized with fever, cough

After a thorough examination at Hadassah hospital he was discharged late in the evening to nurse his viral infection at home. Berkovich went with the Prime Minister to the hospital, where Netanyahu was treated by the medical staff. He is now undergoing tests at the hospital, the spokesman said. Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon said in a statement th...

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  • School District to receive cash for building maintenance
School District to receive cash for building maintenance

Jimmerson explains that he has been in constant contact with the authorities since the incident and school officials will continue to cooperate in any way they can. Rudnick says the move is meant to streamline the school schedule to make things easier on parents and their kids, as well as save the district money and give them the time and budget ...

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  • 'Carp' Diem at Lake Keepit's fishing competition this Easter long weekend
'Carp' Diem at Lake Keepit's fishing competition this Easter long weekend

The church family and guests will gather at 10:47 a.m. for their Easter celebration worship time, featuring the hymns/scripture/the Lords Supper and the morning message by preaching minister Kevin Short. Christ was sentenced to death and crucified with two criminals. Meat is avoided on Good Friday although fish is consumed for it is perceived...

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  • Solid England searching for World Cup identity
Solid England searching for World Cup identity

Leicester City hero Vardy led the line for the Three Lions and opened the scoring in Tuesday's 1-1 draw against Italy at Wembley. Southgate is realistic enough to not invest too much hope on the back of friendlies but he will at least be finalizing his World Cup squad from a position, if not of comfort, then at least not panic.

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  • 'We Will Continue Fighting' For Changes To Gun Laws, Student Organizer Says
'We Will Continue Fighting' For Changes To Gun Laws, Student Organizer Says

But the bill lacked any gun control measures. "I think that this rally and the momentum that's building around it is showing a lot of people that, oh wait, I can do something and I should be a part of something", Pepe said. "We will take action every day in every way until they simply can not ignore us any more ". People who don't agree with...

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  • French soldiers attacked: Police arrest man in Grenoble
French soldiers attacked: Police arrest man in Grenoble

A driver was on the run Thursday after attempting to ram two French soldiers who were jogging outside military barracks in the Alps, officials said. Nobody was reportedly injured in the incident, while the driver of a black Peugeot auto escaped from the site, while manhunt is underway.

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  • Lior Ron, Uber's trucking exec, is leaving the company
Lior Ron, Uber's trucking exec, is leaving the company

On March 18, at around 10 p.m., an Uber self-driving vehicle hit a woman as she was crossing a street in Tempe, Arizona. A report from The New York Times showed that Uber's self-driving cars required more human intervention than self-driving cars from other companies.

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  • Dozens dead and injured Russian mall fire
Dozens dead and injured Russian mall fire

Social media showed several people leaping from the building's windows to escape the fire, but they reportedly did not survive the fall. "Investigators are working with relatives of the victims, the process of identification is ongoing", Vladimir Puchkov, Russia's minister of emergency situations, told a news conference in Kemerovo, the city wher...

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  • Thousands Rally In Downtown Eugene To Protest Gun Violence
Thousands Rally In Downtown Eugene To Protest Gun Violence

And in 2017, the city recorded 2,715 instances of felonious assault, which includes shootings and other serious assaults. Bhagat, the 2016 Richmond Peace Education Center Peacemaker of the Year, was at the Richmond march with kids he has mentored or taught at Armstrong High, through its Priorities Freshman Academy and Leadership Program, or thr...

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  • United States judge rules 9/11 suits against Saudi can proceed
United States judge rules 9/11 suits against Saudi can proceed

A judge on Wednesday denied a motion from Saudi Arabia to dismiss lawsuits that allege the country provided financial and other support to those responsible for the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The 2002 report, issued as a result of a 9/11 congressional inquiry, " found no evidence that the Saudi government as an institution or senior S...

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  • Cricket Australia findings throw doubt on Smith 'leadership group' claims
Cricket Australia findings throw doubt on Smith 'leadership group' claims

Cricket Australia (CA) on Tuesday announced that it has found skipper Steve Smith , vice-captain David Warner , and Cameron Bancroft guilty in the ball-tampering scandal, and suspended the trio for the fourth Test in Johannesburg , beginning Friday.

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