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Sunday, May 14, 2017

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The Republican Stonewall Continues 
'You never rule anything out, but I'm not going there,' Sen. Jeff Flake said in response to calls for a special prosecutor. (photo: John Shinkle/Politico) 
Seung Min Kim and Burgess Everett, Politico 
Excerpt: "Democrats who thought the sudden dismissal of FBI Director James Comey would finally jolt Republicans to back a special prosecutor to investigate Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign are going to be sorely disappointed." 
FBI Agents Worry White House Will Kneecap Russia Probe 
Betsy Woodruff and Jana Winter, The Daily Beast 
Excerpt: "The acting FBI director may promise that the investigation into Trump-Russia connections will continue. Many agents aren't buying it." 
Ransomware Attack Reveals Breakdown in US Intelligence Protocols, Expert Says 
Edward Helmore, Guardian UK 
Excerpt: "Attack renews debate over agencies such as the NSA leaving vulnerabilities in place for strategic purposes rather than alerting companies immediately." 
The Twitter Bots Who Tried to Steal France 
Kevin Poulsen, The Daily Beast 
Poulsen writes: "The Macron hack and the Twitter push that amplified it struck many as eerily reminiscent of Russia's meddling in the US election - and for good reason." 
The Painful Truth About America's Humiliating Dental-Health Divide 
Mary Jordan and Kevin Sullivan, The Washington Post 
Excerpt: "As the distance between rich and poor grows in the United States, few consequences are so overlooked as the humiliating divide in dental care." 
'This Is Our Land': New Mexico's Tribal Groups Gear Up to Fight for Their Home 
Edward Helmore, Guardian UK 
Helmore writes: "But his warning may be more metaphorical than literal. The region, with its long history of land and water disputes, is gearing up for another battle between conservatives who fear the federal government will push ranchers and businesses off the land, and environmentalists who suspect a giveaway to corporate interests." 
The Labels Said 'Organic.' But These Massive Imports of Corn and Soybeans Weren't. 
Peter Whoriskey, The Washington Post 
Whoriskey writes: "The multimillion-dollar metamorphosis of the soybeans, as well as two other similar grain shipments in the past year examined by The Post, demonstrate weaknesses in the way that the United States ensures that what is sold as 'USDA Organic' is really organic." 

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