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Real-world consequences at stake in Trump’s Russian roulette:

Fifteen months into Donald Trump’s presidency, the United States finds itself on the cusp of a grave constitutional emergency at home — and closer to stumbling into direct conflict with Russia than at any time since the Cold War.

It’s a moment when the chaos, wild rhetoric and crushing of presidential norms on which Trump has anchored his presidency could begin to have real-world consequences with constitutional principles and lives on the line.

Washington is reverberating with speculation that Trump, infuriated by revelations emerging from a stunning FBI raid on his personal attorney, could seek to disable or shut down Robert Mueller’s special counsel probe.
The rest of the world is braced for an expected strike by the US and its allies against Syria, as Trump taunts Moscow with the prowess of American weaponry and a Kremlin envoy warns that Russia could shoot US missiles down.
Mark Zuckerberg just finished nearly 10 hours of questions from almost 100 lawmakers:

Mark Zuckerberg survived his first grilling by Congress. The second round was more difficult.

The Facebook (FB) CEO was pelted with tough questions on the company’s data collection practices and the need for new regulation during a five-hour hearing with the House Energy and Commerce Committee Wednesday

It was his second and final hearing this week in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, bringing the once press shy CEO’s total time testifying on Capitol Hill to about ten hours.

Paul Ryan: ‘No plans to run for anything’:

House Speaker Paul Ryan said he has no plans to run for another office, including president, in an interview Wednesday afternoon with CNN’s Jake Tapper on “The Lead.”

“No plans to run for anything,” the Wisconsin Republican said. “And I really don’t think I’ll change my mind.”

April Ryan: I’ve been getting death threats:

White House correspondent April Ryan says that she has received death threats after asking press secretary Sarah Sanders if President Trump has considered resigning.

Carrie Underwood says her face is healing ‘pretty nicely’:

Carrie Underwood has offered an update after she suffered a “gruesome” injury that she says left her with “between 40-50 stitches” in her face.

The singer posted a letter to fans on her site Tuesday about her recovery from a freak accident late last year, which also left her with a broken wrist and needing physical therapy.
“My wrist is almost back to normal, about 90% there… and the docs say that last 10% will come in time,” the letter said. “And my face has been healing pretty nicely as well. I definitely feel more like myself than I have in a while.”

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