Shakeups at the Department of Homeland Security Top This Week’s Internet News

Shakeups at the Department of Homeland Security Top This Week's Internet News

Last week was the kind of week where we saw a black hole for the first time, former Stormy Daniels lawyer Michael Avenatti got hit with 36 charges of tax dodging, perjury, and theft, the National Enquirer maybe went up for sale, and Benjamin Netanyahu won a fifth term as Israel’s prime minister. If you’re wondering what else people have been talking about over the past seven days, these tidbits are a good place to start. Is Homeland Security Being

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Paul Manafort Tops This Week’s Internet News Roundup

Paul Manafort Tops This Week's Internet News Roundup

Man, where can we even begin with this past week? It was a doozy. For one, the US government barreled towards shutdown. For another, the Senate refused to back President Trump’s nominee for US district judge in North Carolina following accusations that the judge backed measures to disenfranchise black voters. (Senators also failed to vote on a bill to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller.) Oh, and DJ Khaled was charged with cryptocurrency fraud. Meanwhile, the Congo is experiencing the second

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Trump’s Tweets (Once Again) Top This Week’s Internet News Roundup

Trump's Tweets (Once Again) Top This Week's Internet News Roundup

Last week started ominously, with the news that Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke was firing the department’s inspector general even though he—Zinke—is the subject of multiple investigations, and ended with the news that one of those investigations had found Zinke guilty of violating official policy regarding government travel, costing taxpayers $25,000 in the process. (That inspector, by the way, wasn’t fired. It was all, apparently, one big misunderstanding.) But it wasn’t just a Zinke week; there were also shouting

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The Reemergence of the Stormy Daniels Story Tops This Week’s Internet News Roundup

The Reemergence of the Stormy Daniels Story Tops This Week's Internet News Roundup

First off, a not-fun stat for you to ponder: According to a new study released last week, more than 80 percent of the accounts that purposefully spread misinformation during the 2016 election are still active. At the same time, even Star Wars: The Last Jedi is being attacked by trolls with political agendas, because there’s nothing so minor that it can’t be ruined by 2018. How are we still even making it through this in one piece? It has to

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