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RSN: Before Comey's Firing, Trump's Animus Toward Him Boiled Over Into Fury, Officials Say

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Before Comey's Firing, Trump's Animus Toward Him Boiled Over Into Fury, Officials Say 
In this photo, provided by the Russian Foreign Ministry because U.S. media was barred, Trump meets with Lavrov, left, and Russian Ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak at the White House. (photo: Russian Foreign Ministry) 
Philip Rucker, Ashley Parker, Sari Horwitz and Robert Costa, The Washington Post 
Excerpt: "Every time FBI Director James B. Comey appeared in public, an ever-watchful President Trump grew increasingly agitated that the topic was the one that he was most desperate to avoid: Russia." 
Comey's Firing Came as Investigators Stepped Up Russia Probe 
Shane Harris and Carol E. Lee, The Wall Street Journal 
Excerpt: "In the weeks before President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey, a federal investigation into potential collusion between Trump associates and the Russian government was heating up, as Mr. Comey became increasingly occupied with the probe." 
Former FBI Agents Voice Anger and Humiliation Over James Comey Firing 
Lois Beckett, Guardian UK 
Beckett writes: "Donald Trump's firing of the FBI director, James Comey, has left FBI agents shocked, angry and humiliated, with some former agents worried that the president has fundamentally compromised the bureau's prized political neutrality." 
ACLU Issues Travel Warning for Texas Over Draconian Immigration Law 
E.A. Crunden, ThinkProgress 
Crunden writes: "Everything might be bigger in Texas, but that doesn't mean it's better - especially when it comes to immigration status." 
US Custom Officers at Newark Airport Engaged in Sexually Abusive Hazing of New Employees for Years 
Kelly Weill, The Daily Beast 
Weill writes: "When Customs and Border Protection agents at Newark Liberty International Airport reported years of sexually abusive hazing on a conference room table (known as the 'rape table'), their supervisors' only response was to remove the piece of furniture from the room." 
Thousands of Argentines Protest Operation Condor-Era Impunity 
Excerpt: "Thousands of people filled Argentina's historical Plaza de Mayo on Wednesday evening to reject the Supreme Court's recent controversial ruling against human rights. The law, known as the 'two for one,' reduces the sentence of prisoners convicted for dictatorship-era crimes against humanity." 
There's Already Been a Leak on the Dakota Access Pipeline 
Kate Yoder, Grist 
Yoder writes: "There's already been a leak on the Dakota Access Pipeline. Dakota Media Group reported Wednesday that a small 84-gallon spill occurred at a pump station in Crandon, South Dakota, last month. Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the pipeline, moved to clean up the leak quickly." 

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