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                                A sign for the Mike Bloomberg campaign was seen, Feb. 27, in the village of Nu’uuli, near Pago Pago, American Samoa. Mike Bloomberg spent more than $500 million to net one presidential primary win in the U.S. territory of American Samoa.
Mike Bloomberg’s hope for Super Tuesday splash lands in Pacific

Bloomberg on Tuesday won half of the 351 Democrats voting in the American Samoa caucus, picking up four delegates before he dropped out of the race and endorsed Joe Biden on Wednesday. U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii, who was born in American Samoa, received two delegates. Read more

                                An image shows a collection of Instagram posts, which Facebook, the owner of Instagram, yanked off the site in October after concluding that they originated from Russia and had links to the Internet Research Agency, a Russian operation that targeted U.S. audiences in 2016. Social media accounts linked to Russia have begun to disrupt this year’s U.S. presidential race and it’s become harder to detect the posts on platforms like Instagram, according to a new report from University of Wisconsin-Madison professor Young Mie Kim released today.
Russian social accounts sow election discord — again, report says

The report from University of Wisconsin-Madison professor Young Mie Kim found that Russia-linked social media accounts are posting about the same divisive issues — race relations, gun laws and immigration — as they did in 2016, when the Kremlin polluted American voters’ feeds with messages about the presidential election. Read more

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