WhatYouMissed.news - Issue #24

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Well, what we have here is another 'year's worth' week of news. @_anthonygibson is somewhere in Mexic
 
May 19 - Issue #24
WhatYouMissed.news
Well, what we have here is another ‘year’s worth’ week of news. @_anthonygibson is somewhere in Mexico with a margarita in one hand and a newspaper in the other, I’m sure of it. Lets breakdown the week’s biggest stories, we’re glad you’re here. 

1/ James Comey Says Trump Asked him to Terminate Flynn Investigation
Comey Strikes Back
Comey Memo Says Trump Asked Him to End Flynn Investigation - The New York Times
White House denies report that Trump asked Comey to end Flynn probe | Jamie Dupree - AJC
Comey, Unsettled by Trump, Is Said to Have Wanted Him Kept at a Distance - The New York Times
Comey prepared extensively for his conversations with Trump - The Washington Post
‘No. No. Next question’: Trump denies pressuring Comey | New York Post
2/ Deputy AG Names Special Counsel for Russia Investigation
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has stepped up, naming former FBI Director Robert Mueller–was appointed to the FBI director job by George W. Bush a week before Sept. 11 and served for 12 years–as special counsel to oversee the FBI’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible collaboration with the Trump campaign.
Rod Rosenstein names Robert Mueller to oversee Russia investigation.
Robert Mueller, New Special Counsel, Is Known for Independence - The New York Times
Rod Rosenstein saves the Republican Party from itself - The Washington Post
Trump Cries ‘Witch Hunt’ as Mueller Nod Bolsters FBI Probe - Bloomberg
3/ FCC votes to Begin Repeal of Net Neutrality Rules
In a 2-1 vote along party lines Thursday, the FCC’s Republicans voted to propose a new review of the rules, with the goal of loosening the regulations on the industry.
FCC votes to begin overturning net neutrality - The Verge
Net neutrality going down in flames as FCC votes to kill Title II rules | Ars Technica
Here we go again. The FCC is trying to kill net neutrality rules - LA Times
The FCC Takes First Step Toward Dismantling Net Neutrality Protections | WIRED
4/ Jason is Out of the House
House Oversight Committee Chair Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) is leaving Congress on June 30, according to a press release issued Thursday afternoon. Rep Trey Gowdy (R-SC) is poised to replace him.
Jason Chaffetz To Leave Office At The End Of June : NPR
Gowdy poised to replace Chaffetz as Oversight chief - POLITICO
Remains
Chelsea Manning, who gave trove of U.S. secrets to WikiLeaks, leaves prison - The Washington Post
Fight Outside Turkish Embassy in Washington Injures 9 - NYTimes.com
Roger Ailes, Polarizing Ex-Fox News Chief, Dies at 77
Facebook stock hits its 5-year anniversary - Axios
Cyberattack’s Impact Could Worsen in ‘Second Wave’ of Ransomware - The New York Times
Donald Trump’s highly abnormal presidency: a running guide for May – VICE News
Trump weighs downsizing Spicer’s public role - POLITICO
‘Looking Like a Liar or a Fool’: What It Means to Work for Trump - NYTimes.com
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