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    We spoke with the whistleblower who exposed Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook scam
    Mar20

    We spoke with the whistleblower who exposed Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook scam

    Watch a version of this interview on VICE News Tonight, which airs on HBO weekdays at 7:30 p.m. EST.LONDON — Christopher Wylie played a big role in building one of the most effective political weapons of the digital age. Now he’s trying to make amends. The 28-year-old London-based Canadian is defying a non-disclosure agreement to blow the...

    Merkel Hopes Poland Can Satisfy EU Concerns Over Judicial Reform
    Mar20

    Merkel Hopes Poland Can Satisfy EU Concerns Over Judicial Reform

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday she hoped authorities in Warsaw would satisfy Europe’s concerns over the rule of law in Poland, as the two countries also faced gaps to bridge over migration and a new gas pipeline. Merkel traveled to Warsaw on her second foreign trip since being sworn in for a fourth term to highlight...

    Undercover investigation claims Cambridge Analytica engages in illegal tactics
    Mar19

    Undercover investigation claims Cambridge Analytica engages in illegal tactics

    Cambridge Analytica’s chief executive officer Alexander Nix (Credit: Getty/Patricia De Melo) Cambridge Analytica, the data firm closely linked to Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign, reportedly secretly campaigns in many global elections and uses illegal tactics like bribes and sex workers to compromise politicians, ITN Channel 4 News...

    Trump campaign consultants allegedly caught bragging about crooked tactics
    Mar19

    Trump campaign consultants allegedly caught bragging about crooked tactics

    The data-analysis company that did work for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign bragged about going to crooked lengths — including using Ukrainian sex workers, cash bribes and fake IDs — to secretly swing elections, according to a report Monday. Alexander Nix, the chief executive of Cambridge Analytica, was caught on tape boasting to an...

    Q&A: What Putin’s Re-Election Means
    Mar19

    Q&A: What Putin’s Re-Election Means

    Russia held its presidential election on Sunday, with President Vladimir Putin emerging the clear victor. He is now slated to begin a new, six-year term that will take him well into his third decade as head of state. The Daily Signal sat down with Alexis Mrachek of The Heritage Foundation to discuss Sunday’s election and what it means for...

    Reelected Putin tells West — I do not want arms race
    Mar19

    Reelected Putin tells West — I do not want arms race

    MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin struck a softer tone towards the West on Monday after winning his biggest ever election victory, saying he had no desire for an arms race and would do everything he could to resolve differences with other countries. Putin’s victory, which comes at a time when his relations with the West are on a...

    Facebook Rocked By Data Breach Scandal As Investigations Loom
    Mar19

    Facebook Rocked By Data Breach Scandal As Investigations Loom

    In this file photo taken on May 17, 2012, a Facebook logo is seen through the windows of the NASDAQ stock exchange as people walk by on Times Square in New York. Emmanuel DUNAND / AFP Facebook shares plunged Monday as the social media giant faced an onslaught of criticism at home and abroad over revelations that a firm working for Donald...

    What The World Is Saying About Putin’s Re-Election
    Mar19

    What The World Is Saying About Putin’s Re-Election

    Presidential candidate, President Vladimir Putin speaks as he meets with confidants at his campaign headquarters in Moscow on March 18, 2018.Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP China was the first world power to react on Monday to Russian strongman Vladimir Putin’s re-election, vowing to push ties to a “higher level”, but Germany questioned the fairness of...

    Ukraine foreign minister urges tougher Russia action, World Cup boycott
    Mar19

    Ukraine foreign minister urges tougher Russia action, World Cup boycott

    The UK nerve agent attack shows Russia has no “red lines” anymore, says Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin. In an interview with DW, he contends that Moscow’s aggression against Kyiv could happen anywhere now. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine foreign minister urges tougher Russia action, World Cup boycott
    Mar19

    Ukraine foreign minister urges tougher Russia action, World Cup boycott

    The UK nerve agent attack shows Russia has no “red lines” anymore, says Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin. In an interview with DW, he contends that Moscow’s aggression against Kyiv could happen anywhere now. …read more Source: Deutsche...