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Revolving Door: Dozens of Clinton Staffers Hired by Google — and Vice-Versa

Dozens of people who used to work for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and a number of Clinton initiatives went on to work at Google, and vice-versa.

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THE GOOGLE TAPE: Employees Applauded Company for Taking ‘Bold Stance’ Against China

During the Google company meeting which took place just after Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign defeat, employees applauded a fellow employee who thanked company executives for taking a “very bold stance” against China in 2010, which he described as one of the “greatest things” the company had ever done.

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Google Employees Mocked for ‘Cult-Like’ Propeller Caps

Following Breitbart Tech’s release of a leaked 2016 Google “TGIF” meeting on Wednesday, which showed Google executives’ negative reactions to the election of President Trump, some viewers expressed confusion and mockery over the multi-colored propeller caps worn by employees in the audience.

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Michelle Malkin: Google ‘Spending More Money’ to ‘Track Our Kids’ than ‘Hijackers and Jihadists’

CRTV’s Michelle Malkin warned of Google’s surveillance of children via its ostensibly educational suite of applications, offering her remarks in a Wednesday interview with Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Rebecca Mansour on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight.

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Czech Republic to Move Embassy From Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

TEL AVIV – The Czech Republic on Wednesday endorsed relocating the country’s embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, following the U.S.’ move in May of this year.

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Patrick K. O’Donnell: American Flyboys Over St. Mihiel

The American pilot turned his De Haviland DH-4 biplane sharply to avoid fire from a German plane in the air above St. Mihiel, France. As he did, castor oil that had leaked from the engine dripped onto his uniform and splattered on his goggles.

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Brazil: Socialist Lula da Silva Exits Presidential Race He Is Legally Banned From

Former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva announced in a letter from prison Tuesday that he would not be running in October’s presidential race, shortly before the deadline to sign up for the presidential ballot and months after his conviction on corruption charges disqualified him from running in the election.

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WATCH: Gulf Cartel Gunmen Film Viral Dance Challenge near Texas Border

Elements of Mexico’s Gulf Cartel joined a viral video trend by filming two gunmen dancing next to a moving truck in full tactical gear.

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Report Reveals Widespread Sex Abuse of ‘Mostly Male Minors’ in German Catholic Church

A leaked sexual abuse commission report documents more than 3,500 cases of “mostly male minors” who were victims of clerical sex abuse in Germany between 1946 and 2014.

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Revolving Door: Dozens of Clinton Staffers Hired by Google — and Vice-Versa

Dozens of people who used to work for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and a number of Clinton initiatives went on to work at Google, and vice-versa.

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THE GOOGLE TAPE: Employees Applauded Company for Taking ‘Bold Stance’ Against China

During the Google company meeting which took place just after Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign defeat, employees applauded a fellow employee who thanked company executives for taking a “very bold stance” against China in 2010, which he described as one of the “greatest things” the company had ever done.

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Google Employees Mocked for ‘Cult-Like’ Propeller Caps

Following Breitbart Tech’s release of a leaked 2016 Google “TGIF” meeting on Wednesday, which showed Google executives’ negative reactions to the election of President Trump, some viewers expressed confusion and mockery over the multi-colored propeller caps worn by employees in the audience.

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Michelle Malkin: Google ‘Spending More Money’ to ‘Track Our Kids’ than ‘Hijackers and Jihadists’

CRTV’s Michelle Malkin warned of Google’s surveillance of children via its ostensibly educational suite of applications, offering her remarks in a Wednesday interview with Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Rebecca Mansour on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight.

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Czech Republic to Move Embassy From Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

TEL AVIV – The Czech Republic on Wednesday endorsed relocating the country’s embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, following the U.S.’ move in May of this year.

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Patrick K. O’Donnell: American Flyboys Over St. Mihiel

The American pilot turned his De Haviland DH-4 biplane sharply to avoid fire from a German plane in the air above St. Mihiel, France. As he did, castor oil that had leaked from the engine dripped onto his uniform and splattered on his goggles.

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Brazil: Socialist Lula da Silva Exits Presidential Race He Is Legally Banned From

Former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva announced in a letter from prison Tuesday that he would not be running in October’s presidential race, shortly before the deadline to sign up for the presidential ballot and months after his conviction on corruption charges disqualified him from running in the election.

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WATCH: Gulf Cartel Gunmen Film Viral Dance Challenge near Texas Border

Elements of Mexico’s Gulf Cartel joined a viral video trend by filming two gunmen dancing next to a moving truck in full tactical gear.

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Report Reveals Widespread Sex Abuse of ‘Mostly Male Minors’ in German Catholic Church

A leaked sexual abuse commission report documents more than 3,500 cases of “mostly male minors” who were victims of clerical sex abuse in Germany between 1946 and 2014.

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