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  1. Senate witch-hunters expand on their anti-Russia horror storyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2017 | OpEdNews

    Speaking at a news conference Wednesday morning in Washington, the co-leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Republican Richard Burr of North Carolina and Democrat Mark Warner of Virginia, declared their agreement with the conclusions of an intelligence agency report issued last January 6 on alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election. Like the CIA, FBI and NSA, the senators sought to portray the Russian government as a major threat to American democracy, employing an army of hackers, bots, trolls and other denizens of the Internet to influence American voters.

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  2. Warner, Kaine to introduce bill to ban bump stocks in wake of Las Vegas shootingRead the original story

    Oct 5, 2017 | Loudoun Times

    Sen. Mark Warner and Sen. Tim Kaine have joined Sen. Dianne Feinstein to introduce a bill to close a loophole that allows semi-automatic weapons to be easily modified to fire at the rate of automatic weapons.

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  3. Head of Senate Russia probe: "The issue of collusion is still open"Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2017 | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    The top two members of the Senate Intelligence Committee says their panel's investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 elections clearly shows that Moscow was trying to "create chaos" in the United States, though no conclusions have been made at this point about any links between the Russians and the Trump campaign. "The issue of collusion is still open," said Sen. Richard Burr in a news conference, as Burr repeatedly refused to put an end date on the investigation.

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  4. Russia hacking probe will outline next steps in Senate investigationRead the original story

    Oct 3, 2017 | Washington Times

    Members of the Senate intelligence committee, conducting the highest-profile congressional probe into Russian meddling in last year's presidential election, will deliver on Wednesday their first public update since launching their probe last spring. While committee sources are being tight-lipped about their next steps, Capitol Hill speculation has zeroed in on the investigation's increasing scrutiny of Russian disinformation and so-called "fake news," which mushroomed on Facebook and other social media sites in swing states during the lead-up to the November 2016 vote.

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  5. Jared and Ivanka's email accounts moved to private serversRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2017 | Daily Mail

    ... rather than from you, in your closed staff interview,' committee chairman Sen. Richard Burr and Vice Chair Sen. John Warner scolded Kushner in their joint letter dated Thursday.

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  6. Jared and Ivanka had ANOTHER secret email accountRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2017 | Daily Mail

    ... rather than from you, in your closed staff interview,' committee chairman Sen. Richard Burr and Vice Chair Sen. John Warner scolded Kushner in their joint letter dated Thursday. A prankster posing as Kushner wanted to know whether it was okay to ...

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  7. Senate leader: Twitter presentation on election interference - deeply disappointing'Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2017 | KFOR-AM Lincoln

    A leading figure in the ongoing probe of Russian election interference slammed social media giant Twitter on Thursday for what he considered a lackluster response to Congressional investigators. After three executives from the company met with leaders on Capitol Hill, Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, told reporters that Twitter's presentation to investigators was "deeply disappointing."

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  8. Senator 'Deeply Disappointed' In Twitter's Efforts...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2017 | Sfist

    Twitter recently suspended two dozen accounts and investigated many more for their links to Russian interests which may have influenced the 2016 presidential election. Unfortunately, as the Associated Press reports, that wasn't enough for Virginia Senator Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee, who believes Twitter isn't taking their investigation seriously enough, saying that he was "deeply disappointed" in the suspensions.

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  9. Northern Virginia chamber backs GOP's Ed Gillespie for governor, saying he promised to oppose discriminatory legislationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2017 | Martinsville Bulletin

    ... establishment Republicans and swing voters disillusioned by President Donald Trump. This month, former U.S. Sen. John Warner, R-Va., endorsed Gillespie after backing Democrat Hillary Clinton for president last year.

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  10. White House to probe use of private emailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2017 | Daily Mail

    ... rather than from you, in your closed staff interview,' committee chairman Sen. Richard Burr and Vice Chair Sen. John Warner wrote in their joint letter dated Thursday. Kushner's attorney accidentally forwarded the letter, marked 'COMMITTEE ...

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  11. Senate leader: Twitter presentation on election interference 'deeply disappointing'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2017 | ABC News

    In this photo illustration, The Twitter logo is displayed on a mobile device as the company announced it's initial public offering and debut on the New York Stock Exchange on Nov. 7, 2013 in London. A leading figure in the ongoing probe of Russian election interference slammed social media giant Twitter on Thursday for what he considered a lackluster response to Congressional investigators.

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  12. Sen. Warner: Equifax CEO's resignation is 'by no means enough'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2017 | WHBF-TV Rock Island

    The resignation of Equifax CEO Richard Smith isn't enough to squelch the fury of some Senate Democrats over a hack that compromised the personal information of as many as 143 million Americans. "I think Equifax is a travesty," said Democratic Senator Mark Warner from Virginia during a Senate Banking Committee hearing Tuesday.

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  13. The Russia Investigation: What's NewRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2017 | The St. Petersburg Times

    A year after the Department of Homeland Security first expressed concerns, the U.S. federal government informed 21 states on Friday that hackers possibly connected to Russia had targeted their voting systems, the Associated Press reported . The news agency said that key swing states including Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin were among 21 to have their balloting systems targeted, though voter data and election results were not necessarily tampered with, U.S. officials said.

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  14. John Warner makes endorsement in Governora s raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2017 | WWWV-FM Charlottesville

    Former U.S. Senator is supporting Republican Ed Gillespie in the Governor's race. Former U.S. Senator John Warner has endorsed Republican Ed Gillespie in this fall's contest for governor, and snapped a recent string of Democratic endorsements.

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  15. Creating vision for a much-needed economic boostRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2017 | The Republican

    Those of us in West Virginia have long known that more vision and effort are needed to foster a more diversified economy. But it's not just a West Virginia problem.

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  16. Facebooka s Mark Zuckerberg vows to combat election interferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2017 | WJOL-AM Joliet

    After months of stonewalling, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg agreed to turn over more than 3,000 Russian-linked political ads that ran during last year's election campaign to Congress. In his remarks, made in a Facebook Live post from his personal account, Zuckerberg said the company "recently uncovered this activity" and began cooperating with investigators looking at Russian attempts to influence the 2016 presidential election.

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  17. The test of a good GOP attack ad: Do the Dems cry "Willie Horton"?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2017 | Power Line

    ... a new survey by Suffolk University finds the candidates tied at 42 percent. Gillespie nearly defeated Sen. John Warner in 2014 despite trailing badly in the polls. Remember, though, that 2014 was a great year for Republicans. Gillespie is under fire ...

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  18. Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook will share Russian-linked political ads ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2017 | Yahoo!

    After months of stonewalling, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg agreed to turn over more than 3,000 Russian-linked political ads that ran during last year's election campaign to Congress. In his remarks, made in a Facebook Live post from his personal account, Zuckerberg said the company "recently uncovered this activity" and began cooperating with investigators looking at Russian attempts to influence the 2016 presidential election. 7 comments

  19. Facebook, Google and Twitter face proposed bill targeting shadowy political adsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2017 | The Washington Post

    Democratic lawmakers are pushing for new legislation that would require greater disclosure of political ads that run on Internet platforms, despite a pledge by Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg that the company will voluntarily pull back the curtain on political advertising distributed across the social network. Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Sen. Mark Warner urged colleagues Thursday to support a bill that would create new transparency requirements for platforms that run political ads online, akin to those already in place for TV stations, according to a letter obtained by The Post.

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  20. Facebook to release Russia ads, beef up election 'integrity'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2017 | The Gazette

    Bowing to pressure from lawmakers and the public, the company said it will provide the contents of 3,000 ads bought by a Russian agency to congressional investigators, while also pledging to make political advertising on its platform more "transparent." "I don't want anyone to use our tools to undermine democracy," CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a Facebook video and wrote in an accompanying post .

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