Manchester Probe Leaks, the Future of Facebook, and More
The ongoing investigation into the bombing at an Ariana Grande concert on Monday night in Manchester, England, has hit a snag: British officials are angry and frustrated that U.S. officials have leaked information about the investigation to U.S. media.
As a result of the leaks, British officials will stop sharing information about the attack with the U.S. Other forms of cooperation between the two countries will continue, however.
“The British police have been very clear they want to control the flow of information in order to protect operational integrity — the element of surprise,” said Amber Rudd, the British home secretary. Read the story from NPR.
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The Future of Facebook
In a lengthy open letter, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg lays out his plans for the future of Facebook. And that could mean connecting you with people you “should” know. Find out what that means in this article from Mic.
New Health Care Bill’s CBO Score
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GOP Candidate Charged With Assault
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How We Use Emoji
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