WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Several U.S. Republican lawmakers expressed concern over privacy violations on Sunday after media reports that a political consultancy that worked on President Donald Trump’s campaign gained inappropriate access to 50 million Facebook users’ data. A 3D-printed Facebook logo is displayed in front of a U.S. flag in this illustration taken, March 18, 2018. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration Republican Senator Marco Rubio said he believed some internet companies have grown too fast to digest their…"Republican lawmakers concerned by Facebook data leak"
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin won a landslide re-election victory on Sunday, extending his rule over the world’s largest country for another six years at a time when his ties with the West are on a hostile trajectory. Putin’s victory will take his political dominance of Russia to nearly a quarter of a century, until 2024, by which time he will be 71. Only Soviet dictator Josef Stalin ruled for longer. Putin has…"Putin wins another six years at Russia's helm in landslide victory"
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday it was nonsense to think that Moscow would have poisoned former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, who are critically ill in a British hospital. Russian President and Presidential candidate Vladimir Putin attends a rally and concert marking the fourth anniversary of Russia’s annexation of the Crimea region, at Manezhnaya Square in central Moscow, Russia March 18, 2018. Sputnik/Alexei Druzhinin/Kremlin via REUTERS Britain has…"Putin says 'nonsense' to think Russia would poison spy in Britain"