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Second Facebook whistleblower is willing to testify before Congress

Sophie Zhang, who worked as a data scientist at the social media giant for nearly three years before she was fired last fall, tweeted Tuesday that she was prepared to testify about Facebook.
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Now Is The Time to Root for The Sports Underdog
The same way the first blockchain community-created tools that "bank the unbanked," I hope to bring the same spirit of democratization to the sports world.
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Hospital Patient's Staggering $66,000 Bill for 3 Day Stay Sparks Anger
One person was "amazed how Americans can spend twice as much per Capita than most countries and fight to keep it that way."
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Dead Star Comes Back to Life While Devouring Companion
Astronomers have witnessed a white dwarf star, the stellar remnant left behind when a star like the sun dies, switch back on while feeding on a companion star.
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Some Pressing Britain to Reinstate COVID Restrictions as Cases Surpass 49,000 in One Day
Critics and scientists have decried Britain's transition back to behavior that may have been safe before the pandemic, but now leaves people at risk.
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Woman's 'Perfect' Hack for Sand-Free Beach Trip Watched Over 9 Million Times
Love the beach, but hate sand grains getting everywhere? Well, why not try this woman's very clever life hack.
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Jason Momoa Says 'Dune' Director Was 'Nervous' Asking Him To Shave His Beard
Jason Momoa told Newsweek the story behind losing his famous facial hair in order to play Duncan Idaho in Denis Villeneuve's "Dune."
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Climate Change Blamed for Permanent Closure of New Jersey Zoo Flooded by Hurricane Ida
Johnson Park Animal Haven sits near the Raritan River, in an area that is susceptible to flooding.
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Alumni speak out against college cancel culture on 'Fox & Friends': Free speech defenders 'outnumbered'
College alumni are growing frustrated over the cancel culture trend which has plagued campuses around the nation, and one group is taking matters into its own hands to counteract the left-wing movement.
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Chef Mathew Shea Rips Captain Sandy Yawn During ‘Below Deck Med’ Reunion: “One Of The Worst Captains I’ve Ever Worked With”
Chef Mathew also took to Twitter to accuse Captain Sandy of calling him a "p****" and telling him to "go f*** myself."
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Aaron Dominguez Was Hoping You’d Notice His Eyebrows in ‘Only Murders in the Building’
Plus: how long did it take for him to start calling Martin Short "Marty"?
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Fisherman catches giant 19-armed endangered starfish in crab trap
Lee LeFever got a surprise when he went crab fishing off the shores of Orcas Island, Washington.
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North Korea launches ballistic missiles into waters off Japan
North Korea fired at least one possibly submarine-launched ballistic missile Tuesday -- its eighth missile test-fire so far this year.
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Celine Dion forced to delay Las Vegas residency over ‘severe’ muscle spasms
The "Taking Chances" singer said in a statement that she's "heartbroken" by the "unforeseen medical symptoms" that are preventing her from performing.
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Rocket Dollar offers high return retirement fund investing that other accounts won’t
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Ahmaud Arbery Jury Selection Could Be Complicated by Video, Fear of Retribution
The task of selecting the jury resembles the trial of Derek Chauvin as video evidence becomes the focal point and potential jurors worry for their safety.
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'​​Queens' Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot: What We Know About the New ABC Show
"Queens" is the hottest new ABC release of the year. Here's everything you need to know about the Brandy and Eve hip-hop girl group drama.
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English Premier League says 68% of players are fully vaccinated
Sixty-eight percent of English Premier League players have been fully vaccinated and 81% of players have received at least one Covid-19 vaccination dose, the league announced in a statement on Tuesday.
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English Premier League says 68% of players are fully vaccinated
Sixty-eight percent of English Premier League players have been fully vaccinated and 81% of players have received at least one Covid-19 vaccination dose, the league announced in a statement on Tuesday.
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Son Stood in Driveway 'Covered in Blood' After Stabbing Parents to Death: Report
When police arrived at the home they found Kyle Kirk soaked in blood and Howard Kirk III deceased from alleged stab wounds.
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Alex Cora wasn’t happy when Eduardo Rodriguez mocked Carlos Correa
Eduardo Rodriguez gave Carlos Correa a taste of his own medicine, much to Alex Cora's chagrin.
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New York City will exile Thomas Jefferson's statue from a prominent spot in city hall
"We're not being revisionist. We're not waging a war on history," council member Inez Barron said. "We're saying that we want to make sure that the total story is told."
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Elizabeth Hurley reveals her bikini body secrets, says excess plastic surgery ‘is not my cup of tea’
At age 56, Elizabeth Hurley is feeling younger than ever. The British actress and model, who has gone viral for her sizzling bikini snaps, revealed her secrets to staying in shape. “I haven’t eaten processed food for 100 years,” the star told UK’s Sunday Times. “I don’t eat sweets. I drink little alcohol. I don’t smoke but I deeply regret...
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Fiance of hospitalized Texas deputy says three wounded officers 'were a family'
Lajah Richardson said her fiancé, Deputy Darryl Garrett, has gone through three surgeries since being shot in the back. She said she was prepared for the danger involved in policing, but she'll never forget the phone call she received at 2:23 a.m.
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Nebraska congressman expects indictment over allegedly lying to FBI
Nebraska Republican Rep. Jeff Fortenberry said Tuesday he expects the federal government to indict him for allegedly lying about illegal campaign funds he received in 2016.
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Who Is Willie Smith? Alabama Death Row Inmate With IQ in the 70s Set to be Executed
Smith was sentenced to death after being convicted of the 1991 abduction and slaying of 22-year-old Sharma Ruth Johnson.
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Ant Anstead gushes over Renée Zellweger after ‘magical’ trip
News of Anstead’s whirlwind romance with Zellweger broke just days after he finalized his divorce from ex-wife Christina Haack in June 2021.
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Police: commuters held up phones as woman raped
Police say a man charged with raping a woman on a commuter train outside Philadelphia harassed her for more than 40 minutes while multiple people held up their phones to seemingly record the assault without intervening. (Oct. 19)      
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Glossier just whipped up a delicious new Cookie Butter Balm Dotcom
Glossier's limited-edition Cookie Butter Balm Dotcom is a super hydrating, delicious-tasting lip balm that's perfect for keeping your pout happy in the cold, dry winter days ahead.
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Taiwan's Opinion of the Chinese Government Has Never Been Worse
Polling by a Beijing-friendly newspaper showed 10 percent of Taiwan's public was interested in some form of "unification" with China.
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UFC Fight Night 195 reactions: Winning and losing fighters on social media
UFC Fight Night 195 winners and losers react on social media outlets such as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.      Related StoriesBruno Silva was focused on a finish after third low blow from Andrew SanchezManon Fiorot not happy she couldn't finish Mayra Bueno Silva at UFC Fight Night 195Danaa Batgerel calls out Frankie Edgar after first-round KO at UFC Fight Night 195 
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Florida deputy saves 3-year-old boy hiding under blanket from house fire, bodycam video shows
Flagler County K-9 Deputy First Class Marcus Dawson raced into a burning home in the city of Palm Coast on Sunday and rescued a 3-year-old boy who was hiding from the smoke and fire underneath a blanket, authorities said.
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Russian Officials to Ask Putin to Suspend Work for a Week as New COVID Cases Surpass 33K
More than 1,000 coronavirus deaths were reported by the Russian government task force over 24 hours, the highest since the onset of the pandemic.
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Internet Backs Woman Who Kicked Out Pregnant Sister Due to Her 'Homophobic' Beliefs
The Reddit post sparked outrage among commenters—and fierce support of the woman's decision.
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If Sally Rooney believes in her own writing, she should want Israelis to read it
The best novels make us see people more fully, in all their contradictions and dimensions. They demand subversive empathy.
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Bride and Groom Brave Floods in Giant Cooking Vessel to Get to Wedding on Time
After floating through the streets in a cooking pot borrowed from a local temple, the couple was able to begin the ceremony on their muhurtham.
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Donald Trump is suing the January 6 committee: What to know about the lawsuit
Trump is suing the committee investigating the Capitol riot to block release of documents.       
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Missouri Man Catches Highly Rare Catfish With Strange Markings: 'Holy Cow'
Fisherman Chad Hester described the piebald catfish as "amazing," and told Newsweek he "never would have imagined catching one."
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Report: Ace Hardware Shelves Go Bare While Supply Chain Crisis Rages
Ace Hardware is reportedly finding it difficult to keep shelves full due to the supply chain crisis threatening grocers, emergency medical services, and holiday shoppers.
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Brain-zapping helmet could ‘cure’ dementia in major breakthrough
The $10,000 helmet works by forcing brain cells to boost their energy levels – which fall in people with dementia – and encouraging blood flow so the brain gets more oxygen.
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Review: We tried the Theragun Mini to massage our stress away
Massage your tension from 2021 away with the portable and powerful Theragun Mini.
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CEO sparks pet ‘pawternity leave’ debate: ‘Have people lost their minds?’
This debate is sending some workers barking mad. A British CEO has sparked a firestorm on LinkedIn after asking the public whether he should grant “pawternity leave” to an employee who had just purchased a puppy. Roger Wade, the founder of events company Boxpark, posed the question on his LinkedIn page earlier this month, stating...
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With 'Squid Game,' Netflix Has Changed TV Forever
The streaming giant's international approach to content and audiences is certainly paying off.
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My Mother-in-Law Has $100,000 in Student Debt—and She Just Revealed an Alarming Plan for What to Do About It
I don’t want to be on the hook for her bad behavior.
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McAuliffe Retains Slight Lead Over Youngkin in Polls 2 Weeks Ahead of Virginia Election
Political strategists have suggested the gubernatorial election's outcome may indicate how voters will cast their ballots during the 2022 midterms.
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Billionaire Marc Lore’s woke city will screen ‘settlers’ for diversity
The woke city that former Walmart executive and e-commerce billionaire Marc Lore is planning to build somewhere in the US will screen "settlers" to ensure diversity and inclusion.
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Report: FDA may allow mix-and-match approach for COVID-19 vaccine boosters
The Food and Drug Administration is reportedly set to allow a mix-and-match approach for COVID-19 vaccine booster shots. According to the New York Times, the agency could announce its decision Wednesday, when it's expected to authorize the Moderna and Johnson and Johnson boosters. CBS News correspondent Laura Podesta joined "CBSN AM" to discuss.
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Berkeley scientist resigns over refusal to invite ‘canceled’ geophysicist
David Romps said Monday he was stepping down as director of the Berkeley Atmospheric Sciences Center after his faculty had refused his request to invite Dorian Abbot to speak.
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Brian Laundrie Got Jealous When He Saw Gabby Petito Talking to Other Men—Former Colleague
Michael Livingston, who worked with Laundrie in 2017 and 2018, said in the interview that he was a good employee but sometimes acted like a "weirdo."
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