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Friday, May 12, 2017

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Trump Admits He Considered Russia Investigation in Comey's Firing 
President Trump. (photo: Kevin Lamarque) 
Devlin Barrett and Philip Rucker, The Washington Post 
Excerpt: "President Trump on Thursday said he was thinking of 'this Russia thing with Trump' when he decided to fire FBI Director James B. Comey, who had been leading the counterintelligence investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election." 
Comey Was 'Inching Closer to Trump' 
Michael Daly, The Daily Beast 
Daly writes: "Everybody had been asking why Trump waited 18 days to fire National Security Advisor Michael Flynn after learning he had been compromised by the Russians. That was eclipsed by the sudden firing of Comey, whose investigation into Russian meddling could lead to other questions about other Trump associates." 
Trump Threatens Comey Over Leaking to the Press 
Eugene Scott, CNN 
Scott writes: "President Donald Trump issued a thinly veiled threat Friday to fired FBI Director James Comey." 
Amanda Marcotte | The Census Director's Sudden Resignation May Create Serious Long-Term Problems 
Amanda Marcotte, Salon 
Marcotte writes: "Why are Republicans attacking the Census Bureau? Because they don't want an accurate count of Americans." 
Anti-Net Neutrality Spammers Are Impersonating Real People to Flood FCC Comments 
Colin Lecher, Adi Robertson and Russell Brandom, The Verge 
Excerpt: "This week, thousands posted comments on the FCC's website in response to a proposed rollback of net neutrality internet protections, weighing in on whether and how to defend the open internet. John Oliver encouraged viewers to post to a public comment thread with support for strong regulation, and a massive number of people did so. But many others appeared to have a different point of view." 
Guantanamo Detainee to Testify on 'Unspeakable Torture' by CIA Agents 
Ed Pilkington, Guardian UK 
Pilkington writes: "Abu Zubaydah, the Guantanamo detainee who endured some of the most brutal CIA interrogation techniques in the post-9/11 era including waterboarding, has waived his immunity in order to testify at an upcoming hearing at which he will seek to expose 'the unspeakable torture of an innocent man.'" 
Seismic Testing to Begin in Atlantic Ocean in Push for Offshore Drilling 
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch 
Chow writes: "The Interior Department announced it is moving forward with seismic surveys in the Atlantic Ocean following President Donald Trump's executive order last month to aggressively expand offshore drilling in protected areas off the Arctic and Atlantic oceans." 

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