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Tech Steve Bannon Sought To Infiltrate Facebook Hiring

Bannon tried to infiltrate FacebookSteve Bannon plotted to plant a mole inside Facebook, according to emails sent days before the Breitbart boss took over Donald Trump’s campaign and obtained by BuzzFeed News.

The email exchange with a conservative Washington operative reveals the importance that the giant tech platform — now reeling from its role in the 2016 election — held for one of the campaign’s central figures. And it also shows the lengths to which the brawling new American right is willing to go to keep tabs on and gain leverage over the Silicon Valley giants it used to help elect Trump — but whose executives it also sees as part of the globalist enemy.

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Anthony Weiner Weeps at Sentencing: ‘I Have a Disease, But I Have No Excuse’

Anthony Weiner sentencedAnthony Weiner wept in court on Monday, as he was sentenced to 21 months in prison. “I have a disease, but I have no excuse,” he cried.

The former congressman, who sent pornography and sexually explicit messages to a 15-year-old girl last year, will also have to register as a sex offender. “Now I focus on how to live my new, smaller life, one day at a time,”

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Protesters fill halls outside ObamaCare repeal hearing

Protesters fill Congressional hearing hallsProtesters filled the halls of a Senate office building Monday, waiting in a long, snaking line to get into a hearing room for the consideration of the GOP ObamaCare repeal bill.

Some of those in line in the Dirksen Senate Office Building said they arrived at 5 a.m. to get a spot before the 2 p.m. hearing.

The Senate Finance Committee's hearing on Monday will be the only one on the last-ditch repeal effort from GOP Sens. Lindsey Graham (S.C.) and Bill Cassidy (La.). It comes just days before a potential vote.

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North Korea calls Trump's words a declaration of war

NK says Trump declared warNorth Korea's foreign minister said Monday that U.S. President Donald Trump has declared war against his country and Pyongyang holds the right to self-defense.
Trump tweeted over the weekend that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his regime "won't be around much longer."

"It is clearly a declaration of war because those were words by an incumbent American president," Ri Yong-ho told reporters in front of his hotel in New York. "As long as the U.S. has declared war, from now on, even if U.S. strategic bombers don't fly into our airspace, we will hold all the rights to self-defense, including the right to shoot them down at a time of our discretion."

He added: "We will see then who lasts longer."

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Trump's travel ban to be replaced with restrictions on more countries

Travel ban expands to more countriesPresident Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban will morph into a new set of restrictions on travelers from an expanded set of countries, U.S. officials announced Sunday night.

The current policy, which denies visas to citizens of six majority Muslim countries, will be replaced by a new set of travel limits on eight countries, including all but one of those on the previous list. The nations facing travel restrictions under the new policy are Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen, officials said Sunday. Existing visa-holders are exempt, and waivers will remain available for travelers with U.S. ties.

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Kushner used private email to conduct White House business

Kushner used private email for WH business

Presidential son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner has corresponded with other administration officials about White House matters through a private email account set up during the transition last December, part of a larger pattern of Trump administration aides using personal email accounts for government business.

Kushner uses his private account alongside his official White House email account, sometimes trading emails with senior White House officials, outside advisers and others about media coverage, event planning and other subjects, according to four people familiar with the correspondence. POLITICO has seen and verified about two dozen emails.

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National anthem singer at Falcons-Lions game takes a knee on word ‘Brave’

Singer takes knee at Falcon game

The national anthem protests across the NFL on Sunday weren’t limited to the organizations competing on the field.

At the Falcons-Lions game, the man singing the national anthem chose to end by taking a knee and raising his fist on the word “Brave” to end it.

Players on both sides were seen kneeling and locking arms, a common choice by players and coaches across the league on Sunday.

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MLB’s First Player Just Took A Knee During The National Anthem

MLB player takes the kneeBruce Maxwell, catcher for the Oakland Athletics, just became the first major league baseball player to take a knee during the national anthem in Saturday’s game against the Texas Rangers.

The team released a statement on Twitter shortly after.

“The Oakland A’s pride ourselves on being inclusive,” the statement read. “We respect and support all of our players’ constitutional rights and freedom of expression.”

The political statement came a day after the president criticized athletes who protest during sporting events.

The day nine young students shattered racial segregation in US schools

Little Rock nine....60 years later

It was September 1957, the Jim Crow era of racial segregation, and nine black pupils little guessed they were about to plant a milestone in the struggle for civil rights to follow those of Emmett Till, a 14-year-old lynched in Mississippi in 1955, and Rosa Parks, who refused to give up her seat to a white passenger on a bus in Alabama later the same year.

Brown v Board of Education, the landmark 1954 supreme court ruling that segregated schools were unconstitutional, should have meant she and fellow pupils could take their places at Central High. But Governor Orval Faubus of Arkansas, in the deep south, remained defiant and used the national guard to block their enrollment. The African American children were left in limbo for three weeks.

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