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\'start here\': facebook, manafort trial and 3d guns. what you need to know to start your day

by:Tuowei     2019-09-11
It\'s Wednesday, August. 1, 2018.
Here are some of the stories we\'re talking about on ABC News\'s new daily podcast, \"Start Here. \"1.
Facebook reveals politics-
Ongoing campaign for political influence
The influence movement is trying to hype 2018 political issues in the lead
Until the mid-term election, according to Facebook. Thirty-
Two pages of paper and accounts were closed after showing a strategy similar to intervening in the 2016 election, but Facebook would not say whether Russia supports \"coordinated, untrue behavior \".
Rebecca Jarvis, chief business and economics correspondent for ABC News, breaks down what the event is different from 2016, and where she is upset about Facebook\'s announcement: \"very real people and very real interests are now linked to something completely false.
\"Start Here\" is a daily ABC news podcast hosted by Brad milk, which includes original reports that drive the national dialogue.
Listen for free on ABC news app, Apple podcast, TuneIn, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Play Music, iHeartRadio-
Or ask Alexa: \"play from here.
\"Focus on @ StartHereABC exclusive content on social networking sites, display updates etc: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram. 2.
The Manafort trial began yesterday with the trial of former Trump campaign president Paul Manafort starting in Alexandria, Virginia.
Manafort has been charged with a series of financial crimes. -
From tax evasion to bank fraud
Kayla Phillips of ABC News reported on the trial, saying it was an important moment in the investigation by Robert Mueller in Russia. 3.
This morning, the federal judge issued a temporary restriction order banning 3D gun blueprints, and you can download instructions for building your own gun from a 3D printer.
The Trump administration has approved the release of these blueprints by a Texas company, but hours before they released them, a judge stepped in and shelved them.
S. broadcaster Conor Finnigan says the debate has drawn the attention of President Donald Trump. 4.
A Penn State judge has sentenced Penn State to the first death penalty, with several current and former students facing charges of 19 deathsyear-
Last spring, Tim Piazza, old pledge at Penn State University.
Yesterday, the judge decidedyear-
Lao Laian Burke\'s role in the incident should not be jailed.
The parents of Piazza are still working to deal with the ruling, said Gio Benitez of ABC News.
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