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Weekend Roundup [April 4th, 2017]

April 4, 2017

We've got all the news you missed this weekend in one convenient place. #BondRoundup

1. Ten people were killed in an explosion in a St. Petersburg metro [CNN]

2. Disclosures from financial statements revealed a surge in lucrative political work for Trump aides [The New York Times]

3. Records revealed long standing deep ties between the FBI and Best Buy’s Geek Squad [The Washington Post]

4. Ecuador’s presidential elections ended in a close result [NPR]

5. A judge ruled that President Trump can be sued for inciting violence against campaign protestors [BuzzFeed News]

6. California became the first state to require LGBT history curriculum at public schools [VICE News] 

7. President Trump claimed that the US would act alone on North Korea is China fails to help [The Guardian]

8. Jared Kushner made an unannounced trip to Iraq [USA Today]

9. The University of South Carolina’s women’s basketball team won its first NCAA title [ESPN]

10. Doris Day discovered that she’s actually 95 years old rather than 93 [Vulture]

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