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Regulators missed a chance to find out if deceptive practices at Facebook came from the top when they decided to enter into a settlement with Zuckerberg instead of questioning him, an FTC member says.
July 28, 2019
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Where can I find food? How do I fill out an asylum application? Stalingrad Connection, a community radio station, helps migrants find crucial information as they navigate a new country.
July 28, 2019
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The new Netflix film stars Angela Bassett, Patricia Arquette and Felicity Huffman as three best friend moms who decide to show up unannounced in New York City to pay their adult sons a surprise visit.
July 28, 2019
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On festivals that range from Day of the Dead to Easter, Mexicans hide their true identity behind fantastic masks that conjure up both indigenous — and European — traditions.
July 28, 2019
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"I do think that I was born under a very bright star," Ginsburg said recounting her career and legacy as a woman who beat the professional odds.
July 28, 2019
Spanish retailer Zara pledges to use nearly all sustainable materials by 2025. But is it possible for a fast-fashion brand, that churns out 500 new designs per week, to truly be sustainable?
July 27, 2019
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Protesters gathered near the site of an attack on pro-democracy activists last weekend. Police said demonstrators could face a maximum penalty of five years in prison.
July 27, 2019
Hundreds of people have been arrested at a protest in Moscow. Scott Simon talks with Evan Gershkovich of the Moscow Times, who's been covering the rally.
July 27, 2019
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Demonstrators are demanding fair elections for the City Duma and for opposition candidates to be allowed on the ballot.
July 27, 2019
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The golden years are thought to be a well-earned, carefree time in life. But adults 65 and older now account for almost 1 in 5 suicides in America.
July 27, 2019
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"I miss him every morning," the Supreme Court justice said of her late husband and booster, Marty, in an interview with NPR's Nina Totenberg.
July 27, 2019
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They work with patients to decide when genetic testing is appropriate, interpret test results and counsel families on the ways hereditary diseases might impact them. A trusting relationship is key.
July 27, 2019
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100 years ago this week, some of the bloodiest race riots this country has ever experienced erupted in more than two dozen cities, including Chicago. It was known as the Red Summer.
July 27, 2019
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A lower court had initially frozen the $2.5 billion in defense funds Trump had sought to use amid his emergency declaration earlier this year. Now liberal groups are seeking an expedited hearing.
July 26, 2019
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The Justice Department's announcement that the federal government will resume its use of capital punishment has raised questions about the drugs it plans to use.
July 26, 2019

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