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Newsweek suspects that hackers are to blame for “massive DDoS attack” Thursday night, after it published an article about Trump's business dealings in Cuba
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Washington Post's new newsroom-wide initiative to shorten copy discourages stories over 1,500 words for digital or 50 inches in print
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