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Monday, March 20, 2017

RSN: Reports Find That Immigrants Commit Less Crime Than US-Born Citizens, Under Pressure Comey Briefs Congress on Trump and Russia Today, 5 Things to Watch

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Under Pressure Comey Briefs Congress on Trump and Russia Today, 5 Things to Watch 
FBI Director James B. Comey leaves a closed-door meeting with senators at the Capitol on March 15. (photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) 
Karoun Demirjian, The Washington Post 
Demirjian writes: "FBI Director James B. Comey and Adm. Mike Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, are scheduled to appear Monday before the House Intelligence Committee to speak about alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 elections, including potential connections between President Trump's inner circle and the Kremlin." 
US Military Likely to Send as Many as 1,000 More Ground Troops Into Syria Ahead of Raqqa Offensive, Officials Say 
Thomas Gibbons-Neff, The Washington Post 
Gibbons-Neff writes: "The U.S. military has drawn up early plans that would deploy up to 1,000 more troops into northern Syria in the coming weeks, expanding the American presence in the country ahead of the offensive on the Islamic State's de facto capital of Raqqa, according to U.S. defense officials familiar with the matter." 
Neil Gorsuch Defended Columbia's So-Called 'Date-Rape Frat' 
Brandy Zadrozny, The Daily Beast 
Zadrozny writes: "During Neil Gorsuch's time at his beloved Phi Gamma Delta, former members and fellow students accused the frat of degrading women and spiking the punch." 
Reports Find That Immigrants Commit Less Crime Than US-Born Citizens 
Rafael Bernal, The Hill 
Bernal writes: "Immigrants commit crimes and are incarcerated at a much lower rate than U.S. citizens, according to two separate studies released this week." 
Hundreds of Thousands Plan to Attend Anti-Trump Labor Strike on May 1 
Max Greenwood, The Hill 
Greenwood writes: "Hundreds of thousands of service workers will strike on May 1, seizing on the wave of opposition among labor organizations to President Trump." 
Another Mexican Journalist Murdered in Front of His Family 
Excerpt: "Mexican journalist Ricardo Monlui Cabrera was shot dead Sunday while leaving a restaurant with his wife and son in Veracruz state, an area that journalism groups consider one of the country's most dangerous for reporters, a state commission reported." 
People Are Sending EPA Employees Chocolate Chip Cookies and Thank You Cards 
Brady Dennis, The Washington Post 
Dennis writes: "The cookies showed up Monday morning, hundreds of them packed tightly in cardboard boxes, and made their way to offices throughout the Environmental Protection Agency's headquarters in downtown Washington." 

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