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Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on public impeachment hearings, Bloomberg’s possible 2020 bet

JUDY WOODRUFF: To set the stage for this first week of public impeachment hearings and talk about the 2020 presidential race, I’m here with Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report. She’s also the host of public radio’s “Politics With Amy Walter.” And Tamara Keith of NPR, she also co-hosts the “NPR Politics Podcast.” And before I turn to both...

Inside the Transition: Technology, Innovation and Government

The Technology, Innovation and Government Reform Team, affectionately known as the TIG-R team, is attempting to make government institutions more effective. We have individuals from large innovative companies including Goggle and Microsoft and IBM; we have individuals from companies that have strong federal consulting experience. We have some veterans who’ve been doing this kind of policy, been in the policy...

Kamal Haasan’s first political visit to Tamilnadu on January 26 / THE NEWS INDIA

In South, the famous filmmaker Kamal Haasan has already announced the announcement of coming to politics. In South, the famous filmmaker Kamal Haasan has already announced the announcement of coming to politics. In South, the famous filmmaker Kamal Haasan has already announced the announcement of coming to politics. In South, the famous filmmaker Kamal Haasan has already announced the announcement...

Jack Dorsey Announces Twitter’s Ban on Political Ads by Subtweeting Zuckerberg – News

As Facebook comes under fire for its controversial policy allowing false or misleading political ads, Twitter has decided to respond by simply avoiding the issue entirely Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced Wednesday that the social network will completely ban political advertisements beginning November 22, including both ads from political candidates and advertisements promoting political issues “We believe political message reach...

Twitter bans political ads — which side does this help? | Tech Wash

Jack Dorsey has quite the sense of timing. Just minutes before Facebook was set to announce its latest set of financial results the Twitter chief executive suddenly grabbed all the headlines by announcing that his company will no longer accept political advertising. Political reach, he said, should be earned and not bought. And that decision has refocused attention on Facebook’s...