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7:05 PM ET, July 12, 2019


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Hunter Walker / Yahoo News:
Trump's “summit” was an airing of grievances in front of right-wing media figures, ending with Sebastian Gorka and a CNN analyst getting into a heated exchange  —  WASHINGTON — It was an unusual spectacle, even by the unconventional standards of the Trump administration.
Keith J. Kelly / New York Post:
Starbucks will stop selling newspapers in its 8,600 stores across the US from Sept. 1, due, in part, to persistent “shrinkage” issues  —  If you want to read the paper at Starbucks, you'll have to start bringing your own.  —  Beginning Sept. 1, the Seattle-based coffee giant …
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
YouTube unveils new ways for creators to make money, including Super Stickers for chats in livestreams and premieres and paid levels for Channel Memberships  —  YouTube is rolling out more ways for its creators to engage fans and generate revenue, the company announced today the VidCon event in Anaheim, California.
Abner Li / 9to5Google:
Google announces it is rolling out redesigned News results for Search on desktop, making publishers' names more prominent, adding a carousel, and more  —  Google Search on the desktop web has seen a slew of visual refreshes in recent weeks.  The latest is a substantial redesign of the News tab …
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
WPP sells 60% of market research giant Kantar to Bain, valuing Kantar at $4B  —  Some M&A is afoot in the world of market research and analysis: WPP today announced that it would sell 60% of Kantar — the firm that provides stats and insights on how consumers buy and think of products in services …
Adi Robertson / The Verge:
Experts argue the ruling that said Trump can't block Twitter critics will be difficult and confusing to apply to other cases like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez  —  Telling the president to unblock critics was easy, but interpreting the rule for other government accounts could be hard
Julia Alexander / The Verge:
YouTube says it's working to update its abuse policy in the coming weeks to curb “creator-on-creator harassment”; move comes after the Steven Crowder incident  —  No further details on what that means  —  YouTube is working on new policies to prevent “creator-on-creator harassment” …
Jay Reeves / Associated Press:
Goodloe Sutton, owner and editor of an Alabama paper in which he called for a revival of the KKK, has sold it and retired  —  BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — The longtime owner and editor of a small Alabama newspaper that called for a revival of the Ku Klux Klan has sold the publication and retired …
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Libby Watson / Splinter:
Granting sources anonymity to hurl insults has become the norm in Congressional reporting, valuing reporters' access to sources over readers' right to know  —  BREAKING news in the EPIC civil WAR in the Democratic Party!  The DEMS are in DISARRAY!  The Hill got the JUICY DEETS …
Charlie Savage / New York Times:
CIA is pushing an amendment to a law to criminalize identifying covert officers and informants, a change that could be used against journalists, whistleblowers  —  The C.I.A. wants the law to protect the identities of more covert officers and informants, citing its defunct torture program and groups like WikiLeaks.
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