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  • One of the first uses of a trove of Facebook data on tens of millions of Americans that has thrown Facebook and Cambridge Analytica into crisis this week was in 2014 by a super PAC run by John Bolton, President Donald Trump's new national security adviser, two former Cambridge Analytica
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    President Donald Trump’s latest pick for national security adviser, John Bolton, says the United States cannot walk away from the war in Afghanistan because of the larger threat from the Taliban, the Islamic State terror group and al-Qaida.Bolton, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations who is widely known
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  • Sure, memes are used for easy laughs. But they're also a platform for some lighthearted diplomatic criticism. The younger generation of Americans may have made headlines for eating Tide Pods, but it's also been the generation to use social media to advocate for stricter gun control laws. It's not surprising that
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