The Morning Hype: DAPL, Modi, Samsung and Uber Protests

 

Trump Claims Wide-Spread Voter Fraud, There is No Proof to Back Up Claim (via Bloomberg)

No Plan to Forcibly Remove DAPL Protestors, Say US Officials (via Reuters)

Indian Prime Minister Modi Calls for Cashless Society (via Gizmodo)

Lufthansa Pilots are Still on Strike (via Fortune)

Galaxy S8 Leak, Galaxy S7 Details, Samsung is Really Trying Hard Here (via Forbes)

Uber Drivers in Two Dozen US Cities Join Together to Protest for Better Pay (via Business Insider)

CHART: How Rich is Trump's Potential Cabinet? Hint: VERY (via Quartz)

" More Than Half of New Yorers Are One Paycheck Away From Homelessness" (via Gothamist)

 

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