Moon Jae-in Looks to Be the Next President of South Korea (via Bloomberg)
The Yates/Clapper Testimony Yesterday Covered Many Russian Related Details (via Reuters)
Nicki Minaj Pays for Fans Student Loans, Showing How Dire Student Loans Can Be (via MarketWatch)
FCC Hit with DDoS Attack Over the Weekend (via Gizmodo)
Apple Becomes First $800BN Company (via Fortune)
Walgreens Boots Alliance Triggers Countdown on FTC to Get Approval to Buy Rite Aid (via Forbes)
NYC: City Will Hire Director of Community Parternships to Mend Broken Relationship with Residents Over Homeless Shelters (via DNAinfo)
The New York Times Can Give You a 'Brexit Means Brexit!' Tour in London, for 6K…Ugh (via Business Insider)
You Will Soon Be Able to Upload Instagram Pics From The Website, No App Needed (via The Verge)
No One Wants an American Idol Reboot, But That Never Stops Anyone (via Mashable)
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