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CBC News 9 Feb 2020

Government worried about disinformation in private messages


The federal government is worried about the risk of voter coercion and foreign election interference through private messaging services — a concern that could pit the right to privacy and free expression against Canada's election laws.

Philip Rucker of The Washington Post explains the concern inside the Trump White House and campaign that the effects of coronavirus on the economy has the president worried about his re-election. Aired on 3/24/20.
The Covid-19 restrictions on travel have turned the industry upside down and forced us to rethink what travel is all about. That's in the long term. In the short term, what are we supposed to do about getting refunds for what we've already booked? And when is it appropriate to start booking again? To answer those and other questions, we've called on Melanie Lieberman, travel editor at The Points Guy.

And on #MyFavoriteTrip, AP sports columnist Jim Litke recalls two of his favorite baseball assignments.
Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona calls in to Golic & Wingo to explain how he is keeping his team focused on being the best they can be and not worry about the fallout the Houston Astros may receive for their sign-stealing scandal. (3:49) Francona talks about trading away Corey Kluber to the Texas Rangers and how the Indians are trying to keep fielding a winning team.
New York Magazine reports that President Obama has privately made clear to Bernie Sanders' campaign that he will support Sanders if he is the nominee.

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