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Congressional Leaders Agree on $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill as Deadline Looms
New York Times
WASHINGTON — With government funding set to run out this weekend, congressional leaders agreed on a voluminous $1.3 trillion spending bill on Wednesday that would beef up domestic and military programs and keep the government open through September ...
Congressional negotiators reach deal on $1.3 trillion spending bill ahead of Friday government shutdown deadlineWashington Post
Congress unveils $1.3 trillion spending package, includes background check billCNN
House poised to vote on $1.3T spending billThe Hill
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New York Times

Lucky Breaks, Video and Pink Gloves Led to Austin Bombing Suspect
New York Times
ROUND ROCK, Tex. — It was not much — surveillance footage in and near an Austin-area FedEx store showing a man in a disguise dropping off packages. But for investigators from federal, state and local agencies who had been hunting a mysterious and ...
Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt dies after blowing himself up as officers approached, police sayWashington Post
Police: Austin bomber left 25-minute confession video on phoneCNN
Austin Bombing Suspect, Mark Anthony Conditt, Left A "Confession" Before StandoffNPR
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Wall Street Journal

After Days of Silence, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Admits to 'Mistakes' With User Data
Wall Street Journal
Mark Zuckerberg said the company has already taking many steps to address user privacy in recent years. Photo: stephen lam/Reuters. By. Deepa Seetharaman. Deepa Seetharaman. The Wall Street Journal. BiographyDeepa Seetharaman · @dseetharaman · deepa ...
Mark Zuckerberg's Reckoning: 'This Is a Major Trust Issue'New York Times
How Cambridge Analytica's whistleblower became Facebook's unlikely foeWashington Post
Now would be a good time for Mark Zuckerberg to resignTechCrunch
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Here Are US Targets Most Vulnerable to China Trade Retaliation
China could hit back with measures against America's $140 billion of annual exports to the Asian powerhouse if President Donald Trump imposes tariffs. The president is expected to announce punitive actions on Thursday after the U.S. Trade ...
US vows to defend farmers from possible China trade action against soybeansCNBC
Hong Kong Celebrates 300 Million Withdrawals From the Chinese Communist PartyThe Epoch Times
Commentary: Xi's power boost raises new risks for Silicon ValleyReuters
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Fourth nor'easter in three weeks blankets I-95 corridor in snow
The Interstate 95 corridor got pummeled Wednesday with another major nor'easter — the fourth to strike the region in three weeks — on the first full day of spring. More than 4,400 departures and arrivals were canceled at airports in the region as ...
Snowstorm Pummels Eastern SeaboardNew York Times
Winter Storm Toby, the Fourth Nor'easter This Month, Producing Heavy Snow, Strong Winds in the NortheastThe Weather Channel
Nor'easter causes weather-related death of Long Island woman, with blizzard conditions in NYCNew York Daily News
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Washington Post

Police shot at a man 20 times in his back yard, thinking he had a gun. It was a cellphone.
Washington Post
Police say they saw an object in Stephan Clark's hand before firing 20 bullets that killed him in his own yard Sunday night in Sacramento, with the disturbing moment made public through body camera footage released Wednesday night. The two officers ...
Video: Officers yelled 'gun' before shooting unarmed manABC News
Sacramento police release video of fatal shooting of unarmed manNBCNews.com
Outraged Sacramento residents demand answers after fatal shooting of unarmed black manNew York Daily News
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Fox News

Suspect in custody after gunfire in San Francisco injures police officer, bystanders
Fox News
A police officer was one of six people injured Wednesday during a shootout in San Francisco. (Getty Images). A police officer and five civilians -- including a suspect -- were wounded during an exchange of gunfire in San Francisco on Wednesday ...
Officer, 5 others wounded in San Francisco shootoutNew York Post
SFPD Officer, 3 Others Shot In Outer Mission [Updated]Hoodline

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Washington Post

Trump's remark to Putin that they could meet soon caught White House advisers by surprise
Washington Post
President Trump's senior advisers were thrown when he told Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday that he expected to meet with him soon, as briefings before the call to Moscow included no mention of a possible meeting, and aides have not been ...
For Putin, Pressure Pays Off in Facing Weak, Divided WestBloomberg
Russia leak raises questions about staff undermining TrumpThe Hill
Kelly furious over Putin 'DO NOT CONGRATULATE' leakPolitico
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New York Times

FBI Investigated Sessions for Possible Perjury Over Russia Denials
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The F.B.I. investigated Attorney General Jeff Sessions for possible perjury last year over congressional testimony in which he said he had no contacts with Russians, according to three people familiar with the case. In fact, Mr. Sessions ...
Mueller Investigated Sessions for Perjury on Russia StatementsBloomberg
Sessions not under investigation for perjury by special counsel, lawyer saysCNN
Last Year, Andrew McCabe Launched a FBI Perjury Investigation Into Jeff Sessions. This Year, Sessions Fired Him.Slate Magazine
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CBS News

Fox News contributor quits over Trump administration coverage
CBS News
NEW YORK — A military analyst for Fox News said Tuesday that he was quitting the network because he believed it had turned into a propaganda machine for President Donald Trump's administration. Ralph Peters, a retired U.S. Army officer, said he told ...
Contributor Lt. Col. Ralph Peters blasts Fox News as a 'propaganda machine' in his parting emailWashington Post

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