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World wonders could NKorea fire nuclear missile over Japan
Washington Post
SEOUL, South Korea — Will North Korea’s next nuclear test involve a thermonuclear missile screaming over Japan? That’s a question being asked after North Korea’s foreign minister said his country may test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean. The
Prospect of Atmospheric Nuclear Test by North Korea Raises Specter of DangerNew York Times
Russia wants Trump and Kim Jong Un to calm downBusiness Insider
Russia: Trump and Kim are like ‘children in a kindergarten’BBC News
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First lady set to embark on first solo trip outside US
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First lady Melania Trump hugs a girl as she participates in an harvesting and planting event with the Boys and Girls Club of Washington in the White House Kitchen Garden on the South Lawn of the White House, Friday, Sept. 22, 2017, in Washington.
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China limits oil trade to North Korea and bans textile trade
BBC News
China has moved to limit North Korea’s oil supply and will stop buying textiles from the politically isolated nation, it said on Saturday. China is North Korea’s most important trading partner, and one of its only sources of hard currency. The ban on
China Imposes Limit on Oil Supply to North KoreaNBCNews.com
China’s top diplomat says Japan needs to press for talks with North KoreaCNBC
China Limits Exports of Oil to North Korea, Bans LNGVoice of America
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New York Times

At Alabama Rally, Trump Toggles Between Republican Loyalists
New York Times
President Trump welcomed Senator Luther Strange of Alabama to a rally on Friday in Huntsville. In his remarks, the president painted Mr. Strange as loyal to the White House’s agenda. Credit Tom Brenner/The New York Times. HUNTSVILLE, Ala.
Trump, rallying in Alabama, wades into a broad intraparty battlePolitico
In Alabama to boost Sen. Luther Strange, Trump detours to insult Kim Jong Un and defend himselfLos Angeles Times
Trump takes center stage in blistering Senate race in AlabamaBusiness Insider
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Trump on 2016: ‘No, Russia did not help me’
(CNN) President Donald Trump on Friday called the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election “one of the great hoaxes,” and denied anything they did aided his victory. “No, Russia did not help me, that I can tell you, OK?” Trump said
Facebook drops no-vote stock plan, Zuck will sell shares to fund philanthropyTechCrunch
Facebook’s Frankenstein MomentNew York Times
A power struggle between Facebook and investors just ended with Facebook dropping plans to issue non-voting sharesBusiness Insider
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Will ads on Facebook lead to criminal territory?
Asha Rangappa is an associate dean at Yale Law School. She is a former special agent in the FBI, specializing in counterintelligence investigations. Follow her @AshaRangappa_. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.
Facebook’s Frankenstein MomentNew York Times
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DHS tells states about Russian hacking during 2016 election
Washington Post
The Department of Homeland Security contacted election officials in 21 states Friday to notify them that they had been targeted by Russian government hackers during the 2016 election campaign. Three months ago, DHS officials said that people connected …
States finally find out: Did Russian hackers target them?Politico
Wisconsin, Ohio, California Among States Targeted by Russian Hackers in 2016 RaceU.S. News & World Report
Russians tried to hack election systems of 21 states in 2016, officials sayUSA TODAY
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