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Kathleen Parker: The MAGA curse

Why would: (1) a successful TV star allegedly orchestrate a fake, hate-inspired attack on himself, and (2) a Coast Guard officer allegedly plot a mass-murder attack on American Democrats and journalists?

How a star chef’s angry MAGA-hat tweet triggered a storm of misleading news

The tweet, sent out on a Sunday, did not make a big splash at the time. By Wednesday, the remark had been retweeted a relatively modest 200 times. But then the San Francisco Chronicle wrote a story that described chef, writer and beer hall owner J. Kenji Lspez-Alt’s statement as a MAGA-hat ban at his restaurant.

Boys school shuts down amid fallout over protest videos

A Kentucky boys’ school shut down its campus Tuesday as a precaution and a small protest was held outside their diocese as fallout continued over an encounter involving white teenagers, Native American marchers and a black religious sect outside the Lincoln Memorial last week.

White House staffers admonished for posting political tweets

Six former and current White House staffers were reprimanded Friday for posting political tweets, such as the campaign slogan “Make America Great Again” and “MAGA,” on Twitter accounts they use for government business.

Former KREM reporter, Democratic strategist says she warned Twitter about Florida bomb suspect

A former KREM reporter-turned-Democratic strategist says she warned Twitter two weeks ago about Cesar Sayoc, the Florida man now accused of mailing pipe bombs to more than a dozen prominent Democrats other public figures. Rochelle Ritchie worked for the Spokane news station from 2007 to 2009 and now makes regular appearances on Fox News as a Democratic strategist.

Zinke deletes photo of his Trump socks after complaints

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has deleted a photo of himself wearing socks with President Donald Trump’s face and the slogan “Make America Great Again” after multiple groups said he was violating federal law.