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Newsom teams with tech to seek water solutions - Political Blotter - Politics in the Bay Area and beyond

ibabuzz.com – Bay Area News Group – Jul 30 – Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom is teaming up with Silicon Valley's Singularity University to challenge entrepreneurs around the world to come up with solutions to California's water-supply woes, he announced Thursday. Three winning teams will be selected as…
Gavin Newsom RT @Josh_Richman: LtGov. @GavinNewsom teams w/ Silicon Valley's @SingularityU for contest seeking solutions to California's water woes t.co/AWCzaINdTS

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A Dream Undone

nytimes.com Jim Rutenberg (@jimrutenberg) – Jul 29 – On the morning of his wedding, in 1956, Henry Frye realized that he had a few hours to spare before the afternoon ceremony. He was staying at his parents' house in Ellerbe, N.C.; the ceremony would take place 75 miles away, in Greensboro, the…
MarĂ­a Teresa Kumar RT @ChadHGriffin: Read @jimrutenberg's fascinating history of the 50 year campaign to undo the Voting Rights Act #RestoreTheVRA t.co/PtWSy33v4s
Jonathan Martin You got to read all of @jimrutenberg on voting rights. Groundbreaking stuff on legal&political backstory t.co/7UPi5K2YhD
The New York Times Inside the 50-year campaign to roll back the Voting Rights Act t.co/XNxOKKaEP2 via @NYTmag t.co/DuT3iI18rh
Ohio Dems RT @nytimes: Inside the 50-year campaign to roll back the Voting Rights Act t.co/4Da1i54F3R t.co/x4Si2MaSzH
The New York Times Inside the 50-year campaign to roll back the Voting Rights Act t.co/4Da1i54F3R t.co/x4Si2MaSzH
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UC paid former president Mark Yudof $546,000 in the year after he resigned

Sacbee.com – Jul 29 – Yudof was president of the University of California system for five years He co-instructed one class at UC Berkeley for one semester in 2014 The University of California system paid former president Mark Yudof $546,000 in 2014 – the year…
Dan Walters RT @sacbee_news: UC paid former president Mark Yudof $546,000 in the year after he resigned t.co/wyRV9KzF2N t.co/EXg2DTQKSw
Carla Marinucci With tuitions on the rise, @UC paid former president Mark Yudof $546,000 in the year after he resigned t.co/XAx3vChvq6 @SacBee_News
The Sacramento Bee UC paid former president Mark Yudof $546,000 in the year after he resigned t.co/wyRV9KzF2N t.co/EXg2DTQKSw
Laurel Rosenhall 'It makes you scratch your head,' @KMcCartyAD7 sez of UC paying former Pres. Yudof $546K for year after he resigned t.co/FCP3TjOHCx
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Obama, on China's Turf, Presents U.S. as a Better Partner for Africa

nytimes.com Peter Baker (@peterbakernyt) – Jul 29 – ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Without ever quite saying so explicitly, President Obama used his four-day trip to Africa to suggest that the United States offers an alternative to China 's aggressive courtship of the continent. At a time when China…
Ellen McGirt Important. RT @nytimes: Obama, on China's turf, presents the U.S. as a better partner for Africa t.co/gmBbqyd6py
The New York Times Obama, on China's turf, presents the U.S. as a better partner for Africa t.co/sOcOQG9O1l
NYT Business Obama, on China's Turf, Presents U.S. as a Better Partner for Africa t.co/yGpIIMXj4O
Jonathan Martin RT @peterbakernyt: Obama's trip to Africa served to offer an implicit alternative to China, which has doubled trade while US trade falls t.co/LmG3uFHgLi
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Will Dana, Rolling Stone's Managing Editor, to Depart

nytimes.com – Ravi Somaiya – Jul 29 – Will Dana, the managing editor of Rolling Stone, will leave the magazine, just months after a controversial article about a supposed gang rape at the University of Virginia was retracted. Mr. Dana, whose planned last day is Aug. 7, is not leaving…
NYT Business Will Dana, Rolling Stone's managing editor, to depart t.co/4wMbE2O0F3
NYT Business Will Dana, Rolling Stone's managing editor, to depart t.co/mYIgMQ9ovt
DRUDGE REPORT ROLLING STONE editor who oversaw U-Va. 'rape' story to step down... t.co/LELZGJBUGO
The New York Times Will Dana, Rolling Stone's managing editor, to depart t.co/bt4rTWojcN
NYT Business Will Dana, Rolling Stone's Managing Editor, to Depart t.co/eZtl22RAQK
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Millennials Less Likely to Leave the Nest, a Pew Study Finds

nytimes.com – Dionne Searcey – Jul 29 – During the recession near the end of the last decade, many young adults facing a dreadful job market moved in with their parents to save money. Now, jobs may be more plentiful and the economy has improved, but many members of the millennial…
NYT Business More millennials are living at home with mom and dad, Pew study finds t.co/l5mwSvPwOg t.co/racUbuUjdE
NYT Business RT @tarasbernard: Millennials are still snug in the nest. RT @dionnesearcey Are they holding back the housing market? t.co/pJ3UrGkTww
NYT Business More millennials are living at home with mom and dad, Pew study finds t.co/INXo8GgV76 t.co/aOnetlCA77
NYT Business RT @dionnesearcey: Are millennials holding back the housing market? Blame high rents, student debt t.co/zoso1nrQO9
NYT Business More millennials are living at home with mom and dad, Pew study finds t.co/Fh99fhtsI7 t.co/6WXYkDhWLt
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As the world mourned Cecil the lion, five of Kenya's endangered elephants were slain

washingtonpost.com – Adam Taylor – Jul 29 – NAIROBI — While the world mourned Cecil, the 13-year-old lion that was allegedly shot by an American hunter in Zimbabwe, an even more devastating poaching incident was quietly carried out in Kenya. Poachers killed five elephants in Tsavo…
Washington Post As the world mourned Cecil the lion, five of Kenya's endangered elephants were slain t.co/ET3Lmka90K
Elocin K. H. RT @laney_karen: As the world mourned Cecil the lion, five of Kenya's endangered elephants were slain - The Washington Post t.co/oeUa9dTkYE
chuck b. RT @greenforyou: As the world mourned Cecil the lion, five of Kenya's endangered elephants were slain #green t.co/ntxwpBdm32
Washington Post As the world mourned Cecil the lion, an even more devastating poaching incident was quietly carried out in Kenya t.co/8fCJAxmKL0
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New Hampshire Voters Explain the Appeal of Donald Trump

Bloomberg – Jul 30, 3:45 AM – Donald Trump is a brand, and his New Hampshire supporters are itching to buy it. A Bloomberg Politics focus group of 12 Republican and independent voters who are supportive of Donald Trump's presidential candidacy shed light Wednesday night on the…
Mark Halperin RT @KendallBreitman: "It would be a presidency of hope"- NH Trump supporter when asked what a @realDonaldTrump presidency would look like t.co/JdfVN7mQ7f
Jonathan Martin RT @emtitus: What would a Trump presidency be like? "Classy," says one participant in latest @bpolitics New Hampshire focus group t.co/81ERmfnV7d
Mark Halperin RT @bpolitics: NEW: In @bpolitics focus group, New Hampshire voters explain the appeal of Donald Trump t.co/iSza6YzGzW t.co/Ce85yYxOto
Mark Halperin 1 New Hampshire voter tells @jheil in a must-see focus group that a @realDonaldTrump presidency would be "classy." t.co/G5atRcm7wU
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Carla Marinucci #PlannedParenthood 'often the only option for women to get their annual checkups' - @SenFeinstein's appeal VIDEO t.co/eGL9bWtLxI
IAVA Voting on final passage of the #VAaccountability Act is underway on @cspan t.co/KTbJfTGV9J t.co/iMHbOPZynr
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Addicted to Your Smartphone? The Company That Made It Would Like You to Think So.

nytimes.com – Jonah Bromwich – Jul 30 – Who is making the most noise about smartphone overuse? It seems that it might be smartphone companies themselves. A survey released this week by Motorola tried to illustrate that people around the world are obsessed with smartphones. A recent…
The New York Times Are you addicted to your smartphone? The company that made it would like you to think so t.co/qgD67gZSsD t.co/Bg6ChTgfDZ
NYT Business Addicted to Your Smartphone? The Company That Made It Would Like You to Think So. t.co/BQcvIdHAEg
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The Midsize Newspaper Is Toast

bloombergview.com – Justin Fox – Jul 28, 10:13 AM – Everybody who's been paying attention knows that it's been a tough decade for American newspapers. But every once in a while it's worth checking in on just how bad it's been. The release of the American Society of Newspaper Editors' annual newsroom…
Jonathan Martin RT @NickRiccardi: Remember this every time you hear about the glories of digital media (and there are many!) t.co/91odu1sP9m t.co/Aum4FPo1zB
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