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Garrison Keillor | Expect Goodness, and Ye Shall Find It 
People wearing Aaron Judge jerseys wait with other fans to purchase baseball tickets. (photo: Kathy Willens/AP)
Garrison Keillor, The Washington Post
Keillor writes: "The beautiful thing about New York is not that it confers success, but that it teaches civility."
Senate Begins Confirmation Hearings for Trump FBI Pick Tied to Torture, Gitmo
Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
Goodman reports: "The Senate Judiciary Committee is holding a confirmation hearing today for FBI director nominee Christopher Wray. Wray served as assistant attorney general under George W. Bush from 2003 to 2005, at a time when the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel signed off on the use of torture against detainees in CIA and military custody."
Twitter Users Sue Donald Trump for Blocking Them Over Critical Comments
Julia Carrie Wong, Guardian UK
Wong writes: "A group of Twitter users has sued Donald Trump and two White House communication aides for violating their constitutional rights by blocking them from Trump's personal Twitter account after they criticized the president."
Congressman Steve King Wants to Use Funds First From Planned Parenthood and Food Stamps to Pay for Trump's Wall
Aaron Rupar, ThinkProgress
Rupar writes: "During a CNN interview Wednesday morning, Rep. Steve King (R-IA) said he'd like to slash food assistance for low-income Americans and Planned Parenthood funding to free up money for President Trump's border wall."
How Social Media Saved the Left
Ben Tarnoff, Guardian UK
Tarnoff writes: "Forget the idea that Twitter and Facebook are bad for democracy. Bubbles can be beneficial, and help emerging movements unite against the elites."
Turkey Issues Detention Orders for 34 State-Owned TV Staff
Excerpt: "Turkey issued detention warrants on Wednesday for 34 former staff of state-owned broadcaster Turkish Radio and Television Corporation, TRT, state media said."
Oil Spills Can Disrupt Entire Aquatic Food Web, New Study Shows
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch
Chow writes: "From dead fish to beaches covered in sludge, the immediate damage from an oil spill is easy to see. But a new study, published this week in the journal Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (AECT), found that the damage caused by these spills are much wider in scope and can indirectly disrupt the entire aquatic food web."

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