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|The FBI has lost data that could shed light on anti-Trump bias ¯\_()_/¯|
The FBI has lost crucial text messages sent by its employees, which could have shed light on alleged anti-Donald Trump bias within the agency – particularly over the so-called Trump-Russia investigation.
Sameera Khan reports.
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|As Turkey Invades, Kurds See Betrayal Once Again|
Turkeys military offensive is reminding Kurds in both Syria and Iraq how disposable they are to regional and global powers, especially now that their help is no longer needed in the campaign to topple Islamic State.
|Hope, fear as Puerto Rico moves to privatize power company|
By DANICA COTO
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) – The announcement that Puerto Rico’s governor is moving to privatize the U.S. territory’s public power company has many on the island of 3.3 million people asking whether this will finally bring them more affordable electric bills and more reliable service.
More than 30 percent of customers are still without electricity more than four months after Hurricane Maria, and many blame that and previous blackouts on the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, whose infrastructure averages roughly 45 years old, compared with 18 years on the U.S. mainland.