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Weekend Roundup [January 30th, 2017]

January 30, 2017

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

1.President Trump backed off green card holders following massive protests in the wake of his controversial visa and refugee restrictions [Buzzfeed News]

2.Two suspects were named following the mass shooting inside a Quebec mosque over the weekend [VICE News]

3.Donations to ACLU and other civil rights organizations have surged following Trump’s ban [The New York Times]

4.Democrats announced that they will attempt to rescind Trump’s travel ban [The Washington Post]

5.Starbucks pledged to hire 10,000 refugees [CNN]

6.Namco founder Masaya Nakamura died at age 91 [Gizmodo]

7.Sony revealed that it will take an impairment loss of $962 million on its Pictures Division [Variety]

8.Statisticians announced that they fear Trump White House will manipulate data [The Guardian]

9.Apple removed a tool that let you check whether iPhones were stolen [The Verge]

10.The winners of the 2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced [Vulture]

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