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Analysis | One key question for Zuckerberg: Will Americans become second-class Web citizens?
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Analysis | One key question for Zuckerberg: Will Americans become second-class Web citizens?

BERLIN — Europe had its own successful social media networks once, with obscure names such as SchuelerVZ, Viadeo and Netlog. Almost all of those platforms are now either defunct or have seen their presence largely diminished, as major U.S. tech companies such as Facebook and Google have conquered the market. Europe is still a market leader in at…

The question that haunts MLK’s last day
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The question that haunts MLK’s last day

King has been in an anxious mood all day, and his room reflects his hurried state of mind. His bed remains unmade, and his suitcase -- containing his hair brush, clothes, a can of Magic Shave and a copy of his book, "Strength to Love" -- remains unpacked. As King stands on the balcony, he…

U.S. to add citizenship question in 2020 Census: Commerce Dept
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U.S. to add citizenship question in 2020 Census: Commerce Dept

By Brendan O'Brien (Reuters) - A question about citizenship status will be included on the 2020 Census to help enforce the Voting Rights Act, federal officials said on Monday, but California sued to block the move arguing that it would discourage immigrants from participating. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross decided to add the question to the…

Citizenship question to be put back on the 2020 Census
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Citizenship question to be put back on the 2020 Census

Immigrants receive assistance with their U.S. citizenship applications at a Citizenship Now! event in New York City (Photo: John Moore, Getty Images) The Commerce Department has reinstated a citizenship question to the 2020 Census, a move some argue can be counterproductive to getting accurate counts of who lives in the United States. The U.S. Census Bureau…

Citizenship question to be put back on the 2020 Census
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Citizenship question to be put back on the 2020 Census

Robert Groves, director of the U.S. Census Bureau, discusses the first results of the 2010 Census during a press conference Dec. 21, 2010, in Washington, D.C. The population of the United States was listed at 308,745,538, which calculated to a 9.7% increase, the slowest rate of growth since the Great Depression. (Photo: Win McNamee, Getty Images)…

Police question Netanyahu in telecom case for second time
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Police question Netanyahu in telecom case for second time

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chairs the weekly cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem, March 25, 2018. (Abir Sultan, Pool via AP) (Associated Press) By Tia Goldenberg | AP By Tia Goldenberg | AP March 26 at 3:14 AM JERUSALEM — Israeli police were questioning Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday as part of an investigation into a…

U.S. lawmakers question Trump ties to Panama project
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U.S. lawmakers question Trump ties to Panama project

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Two members of the U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee have asked the Trump Organization if it was aware of allegations that real estate agents and investors involved in the Trump Ocean Club in Panama had ties to money laundering and drug trafficking. Democratic Representatives Norma Torres and Eliot Engel…

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A question of interest at the heart of debate over GM Korea rescue

SEOUL (Reuters) - For years, General Motors resisted calls from South Korean officials to cut interest rates it was charging on nearly $3 billion in loans to its loss-making South Korean unit, according to three sources and documents seen by Reuters. The U.S. automaker, which has announced plans to close one GM Korea plant, last…

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