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Spicer Quits

Press secretary wouldn't stand for hiring of Anthony Scaramucci as his boss.

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Can he get the vice president to do it?

The New Google News Feed Isn’t Like Facebook’s

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Google’s News Feed Isn’t Like Facebook. It’s Like a Smarter, Creepier Apple News.

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