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8:30 AM ET, October 30, 2018

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Brian Stelter / CNN:
Suspicious package sent to CNN looks similar to pipe bombs mailed last week; Jeff Zucker says the network's mail is now being screened at an off-site facility  —  (CNN)For the third time in a week, a suspicious package has been addressed to CNN.  This time, on Monday morning …
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Patrick Shanley / Hollywood Reporter:
The NYPD is investigating a suspicious paper envelope sent to The New York Times headquarters; the building was not evacuated and has been given the all-clear  —  An official for the NYPD said that an envelope with paper in it was delivered to the building and that an investigation is ongoing.
Dieter Bohn / The Verge:
As Google rolls out a news feed under the search box on its mobile homepage, questions remain about the effects it could have on society  —  This is exhausting; I'm exhausted  —  I woke up this morning to two pieces of news that I couldn't help but see as two sides of the same coin …
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Taylor Lorenz / The Atlantic:
Twitter should kill the retweet if it wants to foster healthy conversation, instead of the Like, as RTs are what really reward and drive outlandish comments  —  The feature derails healthy conversation and preys on users' worst instincts.  —  On Monday, Twitter was briefly ablaze …
John Wagner / Washington Post:
Despite calls to tone down his rhetoric, Trump renewed his attack on the press on Monday, calling them “the true enemy of the people”  —  President Trump lashed out anew Monday at the news media, calling it “the true Enemy of the People,” and he again blamed what he called …
Avery Anapol / The Hill:
Fox Business condemns rhetoric of Chris Farrell, who referred to the “Soros-occupied State Department” on Lou Dobbs' show, says it won't book Farrell in future  —  Fox Business Network will no longer book a guest who blamed the latest migrant caravan on the “Soros-occupied State Department.”
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Noreen Malone / The Cut:
A look at how theSkimm, the daily newsletter for millennial women, went from a small two-woman operation to being delivered to 7M readers a day  —  In early September, the whole staff of the Skimm, a current-events newsletter aimed at millennial women, gathered on gray couches for an all-hands meeting.
Kevin Roose / New York Times:
How Gab, the social network where the Pittsburgh shooting suspect aired his hatred in full, became a platform of choice for neo-Nazis and other extremists  —  Early Saturday, moments before the police say he barged into a Pittsburgh synagogue and opened fire, Robert Bowers's anti-Semitic rage finally boiled …
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Sam Byford / The Verge:
Gab.com takes its service offline after GoDaddy informed the company they had violated terms of service and had 24 hours to move the domain to another provider
Andrew Liptak / The Verge:
After Pittsburgh shooting, Gab has been suspended by PayPal, Stripe, and hosting provider Joyent; Microsoft had terminated Azure agreement with Gab last month
The Daily Beast:
Sources: Fox News' ruthless PR team, led by Irena Briganti, tried to plant negative stories about Megyn Kelly right up until her exit from NBC  —  For 18 turbulent months at NBC, when Megyn Kelly stumbled, her former employer was lurking in the shadows.  —  For 18 turbulent months at NBC …
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Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
Voter suppression is one of the most important stories being missed by broadcast news networks obsessed with covering Trump and breaking news  —  With the midterm elections a week away, and tensions building daily, a bipartisan rallying cry grows louder: People must get out and vote.
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Snapchat expands Snapchat Shows by adding 25 new series out of the UK, from partners including Sky News, Vice, and Sky Sports  —  Snapchat, in hot competition with the likes of YouTube and Instagram's IGTV to capture a growing audience that is replacing traditional TV with online and mobile video programs …
Vincenzo La Torre / South China Morning Post:
Condé Nast International is launching Vogue in Hong Kong in spring 2019, the 26th international edition of the magazine; Desiree Au named as publisher  —  - Publisher says it is attracted by Hong Kong's highly educated, sophisticated readership, and scale of the city's luxury business
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