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6:45 AM ET, October 31, 2018

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Sam Biddle / The Intercept:
The Axios coverage of Trump's plan to get rid of US birthright citizenship was a perverse, obsequious mix of bleak news and promotion of an Axios series on HBO  —  You wouldn't trust a music critic who's buddies with the band, nor should you trust a tech reporter who hoots and hollers whenever Tim Cook takes the stage.
VICE News:
Reporters tried to buy fake Facebook ads on behalf of all 100 US senators and Facebook approved all of them, following other high profile fake ad approvals  —  One of Facebook's major efforts to add transparency to political advertisements is a required “Paid for by” disclosure at the top …
Rob Price / INSIDER:
Facebook says it is banning the Proud Boys and co-founder Gavin McInnes from Facebook and Instagram after a violent attack on protesters in NY in early October  —  - Facebook is banning accounts and groups associated with The Proud Boys, a far-right extremist group linked to political violence in the US.
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BuzzFeed News:
Twitter's new dedicated page for the US midterms, meant to provide commentary and analysis, quickly surfaced tweets from conspiracy theorists, bots, and others  —  Twitter launched an events page for the upcoming US midterm elections on Tuesday.  And already it is surfacing tweets …
Wayne Heilman / Gazette:
Digital First Media is laying off 107 people, mostly in finance, at its Colorado Springs service center, shifting work to Genpact Ltd., an outsourcer  —  Digital First Media, owner of The Denver Post and nearly 100 other newspapers nationwide, will lay off 107 employees at its Colorado Springs service center …
Andrew Wyrich / The Daily Dot:
Right-wing activist Laura Loomer suspended from Twitter for violating its rules until next week, after the midterm elections  —  Right-wing activist Laura Loomer has reportedly been suspended from Twitter.  —  In a post on her Facebook page, Loomer said the social media site had suspended …
Reuters:
German broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 buys eharmony, report says at $85M valuation, two years after buying majority stake in dating agency Parship  —  FRANKFURT/MUNICH (Reuters) - Germany's ProSiebenSat.1 Media said on Monday it had bought U.S. online dating site eharmony, in the first significant deal since …
Deadline:
Acclaimed filmmaker Ava DuVernay is making a documentary on Prince for Netflix and has been granted access to the singer's archives and unreleased material  —  EXCLUSIVE: Ava DuVernay directed the film that opened the Smithsonian's National Museum of African-American History and Culture in Washington …
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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Brian Steinberg / Variety:
Source: exit talks between NBC News and Megyn Kelly have hit a snag, over non-disclosure and non-compete stipulations
Discussion: The Daily Caller
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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Joel Mathis / The Week:
Journalists of color, who predicted Trump's rise and the forces behind it long before their white peers did, are needed in our newsrooms
Alexandra Alter / New York Times:
Penguin Random House imprint Dutton is issuing four novels by John Green as “mini books”, cellphone-sized editions aimed at young people
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David Bauder / Associated Press:
Journalists working the local news beat in the US say they're regularly being verbally abused or physically assaulted, driven by attacks from Trump
Sara Fischer / Axios:
Subscription-based sports site The Athletic has raised $40M Series C led by Founders Fund and Bedrock Capital, sources say at a $200M valuation