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5 Oct
A Facebook whistleblower goes before US lawmakers Tuesday to urge regulation of the social media giant, after an outage impacted potentially billions of users and highlighted global dependence on its services.
4 Oct
Facebook and its Instagram and WhatsApp platforms were hit by a massive outage Monday, impacting potentially tens of millions of people as users flocked to other networks to sound off.
4 Oct
Ten years after Apple founder Steve Jobs' death, the firm has grown into a colossus of devices and services that is the world's most valuable company, but the tech legend's diehard fans lament its lost aura of revolution.
2 Oct
President Joe Biden said Saturday he will hit this road this week to sell his mammoth spending plans, which are in jeopardy in Congress
2 Oct
In a coastal desert on Chile's border with Peru, a night patrol runs into two different groups of migrants making their way across Latin America
2 Oct
Panama's police force apologized Friday for participating in an Israeli-run training course that showed officers shooting at targets that appeared to depict people dressed in traditional Arab clothing. The controversy arose after photos emerged from the training, one of which showed a man pointing a gun at an image of an armed person wearing what…
2 Oct
US stock indices rose at the end of Friday's trading to end a rocky week that saw the third quarter end on a sour note.
2 Oct
The abortion rights battle takes to the streets across America Saturday, with hundreds of demonstrations planned as part of a new "Women's March
1 Oct
President Joe Biden was headed to Congress on Friday to energize Democrats negotiating for a second day on getting his domestic spending agenda off the ground -- or risk crippling political failure.
1 Oct
Democrats entered a second day of likely marathon negotiations Friday to resolve splits over the scope of President Joe Biden's domestic spending plans, knowing that failure could be crippling for the party. On Thursday, a game of political chicken between moderate Democrats and more leftwing members over two disputed spending bills ended in stalemate. The…
30 Sep
US Congress approved a stopgap funding bill Thursday in a rare show of cross-party unity to avert a crippling government shutdown, as Democratic leaders struggle to overcome fierce infighting...
30 Sep
UN chief Antonio Guterres urged young people on Thursday to keep up their pressure on world leaders, praising them for "setting a powerful example" ahead of a vital climate summit next month.

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