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    From CNN Breaking News@VERT to no-reply@siteservices.cnn.com on Wed Sep 27 15:13:58 2017
    At least one of the Facebook ads bought by Russians during the 2016 presidential campaign referenced Black Lives Matter and was specifically targeted to reach audiences in Ferguson, Missouri, and Baltimore, sources with knowledge of the ads told CNN.

    Ferguson and Baltimore had gained widespread attention for the large and violent protests over police shootings of black men. The decision to target the ad in those two cities offers the first look at how accounts linked to the Russian government-affiliated troll farm known as the Internet Research Agency used geographically targeted advertising to sow political chaos in the United States, the sources said.

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  • From CNN Breaking News@VERT to no-reply@siteservices.cnn.com on Fri Oct 13 20:48:25 2017
    Jose Luis Rodriguez waited in line Friday to fill plastic jugs in the back of his pickup truck with water for drinking, doing the dishes and bathing.

    But there is something about this water Rodriguez didn't know: It was being pumped to him by water authorities from a federally designated hazardous waste site, CNN learned after reviewing Superfund documents and interviewing federal and local officials. 

    Rodriguez, 66, is so desperate for water that this news didn't startle him. 

    "I don't have a choice," he said. "This is the only option I have."

    More than three weeks after Hurricane Maria ravaged this island, more than 35% of the island's residents -- American citizens -- remain without safe drinking water.

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