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Friday Headlines: Stay hungry and carry on.

It’s time other newsrooms learn to spot these hateful campaigns for what they are. In a message of support for writer Sarah Jeong, The Verge calls on publications to stand up to trolls who seek only to "waste our time by debating their malicious agenda."

In yesterday's White House press briefing, Sarah Huckabee Sanders refused Jim Acosta’s request to state that the press is not the enemy of the American people.

Apple becomes the first American company that should have paid a trillion dollars in taxes.

For more than a decade, a suspected Russian spy has been working for the Secret Service at the American embassy in Moscow.

Here are some of the hideous clothes Paul Manafort spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to acquire.

Reince Priebus’s abrupt dismissal prompted news orgs to prewrite articles about Trump officials’ eventual firings.

Withhold opportunities for growth until review time—and other ways to maintain a predominantly white workplace.

Not only do you not need a photo ID to "buy anything," you rarely need any identification to live in America.

With food shortages a possibility, Brexiteers are promoting stiff upper lips—not that Farage and co. will need them.

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Concerned about defective medications, some Chinese parents are taking their children abroad for vaccines.

After surviving childhood cancer, patients often go on to a lifetime of debt from ongoing medical expenses.

Between the anthem and helmet-lowering rules, the NFL isn’t ready for the shitshow of a season it’s about to have.

DON’T: Recatalog a book because you think the call number is wrong. One time a guy...sent an email to me about it [and] included a picture of the new “tag” he’d applied to the spine, in which he’d written the call number with a fine-point sharpie. The do’s and don’ts of supporting your local library.

Researchers in Germany find the ruins of a “huge” ancient Roman public library that could have held 20,000 scrolls.

Our internet keeps getting faster, but the websites we're going to aren't: This is the bullshit web.