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  • New York Times
    Why Common Critiques of DACA Are Misleading
    New York Times
    People marched last month to Trump Tower in New York in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Credit Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times. Defenders of President Trump's decision to rescind an Obama-era immigration policy that ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 23:16:30 12 161

  • CNN
    Why India is falling in love with a movie about toilets
    Pathak thinks the movie's success will have a positive impact and motivate women in particular. "All women deserve and must have toilets inside the house," Pathak says, "The film's lead actress says to her father-in-law, "Why should I hide myself [in ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 23:25:38 1 72

  • Washington Post
    Seriously, Equifax? This Is a Breach No One Should Get Away With
    New York Times
    There is only light regulation of companies that fail to securely store consumers' data. Credit Bryan Anselm for The New York Times. Equifax, you had one job. Your only purpose as a corporation, the reason you were created and remain a going concern ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 21:04:06 7 93

  • New York Times
    Why Hurricane Irma Could Hurt, a Lot: Much Lies in Harm's Way ...
    New York Times
    South Florida has grown at a breathtaking pace, making big storms potentially more dangerous and costly.
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 17:32:34 0 60

  • CNBC
    Why Apple's iPhone release could take down the market next week
    Ahead of next Tuesday's widely awaited Apple iPhone launch, some worry the announcement from the world's largest company could take the wind out of the market's sails. "If the demo disappoints … if there really isn't any great, sexy new application ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 22:31:00 32 902

  • The Guardian
    Why my Nigerian father never said goodbye
    The Guardian
    My grandmother simply couldn't understand why she insisted on a relationship with a Nigerian and not a “nice Caribbean gentleman”. My parents' union became increasingly fraught thanks to my father's somewhat laissez-faire attitude to his duties as a ...
    Published on: Sat, 09 Sep 05:16:03 1 11

  • CNN
    5 reasons why people share fake photos during disasters
    It's another big reason why someone may be compelled to share information without doing their due diligence. This often happens after terror attacks or shootings. People latch on to erroneous or made-up reports if the reports fit their assumptions ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 20:54:55 0 11

  • CNN
    Hurricanes Irma and Harvey remind us why Ronald Reagan was wrong
    Julian Zelizer is a history and public affairs professor at Princeton University and the author of "The Fierce Urgency of Now: Lyndon Johnson, Congress, and the Battle for the Great Society." He's also the co-host of the "Politics & Polls" podcast. The ...
    Published on: Sat, 09 Sep 02:03:22 20 219

  • Washington Post
    Why Kim Jong-Un wouldn't be irrational to use a nuclear bomb first
    Washington Post
    And that is precisely why he may have to use nuclear weapons, but not in a first strike against American cities. Kim's nuclear arsenal exists to stop his enemies' quest for regime change. If North Korea and the United States wind up shooting at each ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 13:01:17 2 24

  • The Verge
    Why we can't trust Facebook's story about Russian ads
    The Verge
    This week's news that a Russian firm linked to the Kremlin bought ads during the US presidential election came as a surprise. Facebook found thousands of ads, placed at a cost estimated at $100,000, generated by accounts tied to a St. Petersburg ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 18:18:18 1 21

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