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NPR's Rachel Martin talks to the Washington Post's Tory Newmyer about new documents that show that CEO Mark Zuckerberg approved a decision to crack down on political dissenters in Vietnam.
Record rainfall and high winds have caused flooding, power outages and evacuations across California's Bay Area. This comes as the state has been grappling with a two-year drought.
FDA vaccine advisers will meet Tuesday to review data on Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11. A Pfizer study found the vaccine is 91% effective at preventing symptomatic infections.
Hackett has been riding the coaster for 25 years. The pandemic slowed his progress, but he recently hit 6,000 rides. Hackett isn't stopping to celebrate. His next goal is 10,000 rides.
It reads "birthplace of aviation" with a photo of an early model plane. The problem? The plane appears to be flying backwards, and the Wright Brothers first flight was actually in Kitty Hawk, N.C.
Officials in Khartoum say soldiers arrested the prime minister and other leaders. The U.S. special envoy for the Horn of Africa says Washington is "deeply alarmed" by reports of a military takeover.
Sudan's prime minister is detained in an apparent coup. FDA advisers review vaccine data for children ages 5 to 11. Some organizers of the deadly rally in Charlottesville, Va., are going on trial.
Amazon warehouse staff in Staten Island are planning to file for a union vote. Some 2,000 workers have signed cards seeking an election, according to the self-organized independent Amazon Labor Union.
French President Emmanuel Macron was expecting next year's presidential election to be a repeat of his victorious fight with the leader of the far right in 2017 — but new challengers are emerging.
Leaked documents from inside Facebook show the social network was caught flat-footed by the "Stop the Steal" movement, which culminated in the Jan. 6 siege on the U.S. Capitol.