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Trump has often criticized the Federal Reserve for hurting the economy.

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Facebook on Thursday said that it had left "hundreds of millions" of its users' passwords exposed in plain text, potentially visible to the company employees, marking another major privacy and security headache for a tech giant already under fire for mishandling people's personal information.

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Nunes filed a lawsuit seeking $250 million in damages and to unmask the identity of the users behind @DevinCow and @DevinNunesMom.

The company said the move was part of its Vision 2020 safety campaign to reduce serious injuries and fatalities in its vehicles.

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