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Facebook misled investors as it lost young users, whistleblower alleges
Facebook allegedly misled investors and masked slowing growth among critical demographics like young users in the US, according to internal documents leaked by whistleblower Frances Haugen.
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Frances Haugen, the Facebook whistle-blower, will testify in Parliament.
Beginning a European tour, the former Facebook manager will be questioned by policymakers planning tougher tech regulations.
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Democrats drive toward a scaled back $1.75 trillion spending agreement
Listening mode is done. Informational meetings are over. Public posturing and private positioning are a thing of the past. Now -- after what seems like roughly a dozen straight "critical weeks" for President Joe Biden's sweeping multi-trillion agenda -- is the moment the rubber meets the road.
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Ken Cuccinelli predicts Glenn Youngkin win, Republican sweep of Virginia election
Former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli expressed his optimism GOP candidate Glenn Youngkin wins the gubernatorial race, praising his "positive agenda" shortly before the November 3 election.
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Iran Hostage Crisis Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about the 1979 Iran hostage crisis, in which 52 US citizens were held captive for 444 days.
Howard University students say dorms filled with rats, roaches, mold
Outraged Howard University undergraduate students claim they are being forced to live in deplorable housing conditions – with rats, cockroach, mold and mushrooms plaguing their dorm rooms.
Democrats close to agreement on spending bill
CBS News has learned that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to hold a vote on the bipartisan infrastructure bill as soon as an agreement is reached on President Biden's Build Back Better plan, which could happen as early as Wednesday. Weijia Jiang reports.
San Francisco families no longer 'feel safe,' hire private security amid crime spree
More than 150 families living in San Francisco have hired private security to patrol their streets amid brazen property crimes, with some saying they no longer feel safe in their own neighborhood.
San Francisco prosecutors quit progressive DA Chesa Boudin's office, join recall effort
Two San Francisco prosecutors have quit their jobs in progressive District Attorney Chesa Boudin’s office and joined an effort to recall him.
Girl, 2, fatally struck by SUV as mom unloaded packages in Queens: cops
The toddler was standing with her 23-year-old mom, but then suddenly walked to the front of the vehicle, police said.
Live updates: Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen prepares to testify in U.K.
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3G is going away. Here's how to prepare: Talking Tech podcast
On the Talking Tech podcast, Brett Molina discusses what will happen to all older phones that only support 3G service.
Italy's Mount Etna spews ash and smoke
Europe's most active volcano located in Sicily, Italy erupted on October 23, according to Reuters.
‘Psychopath’ Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman Spoke of Killing King With Poison Ring From Russia
Courtesy of Saudi Royal Court/Handout via ReutersA former top intelligence officer with Saudi Arabia’s elite intelligence team says he fears for his life because Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman wants him dead and will use his “Tiger Squad” of henchmen to do it. In a wide-ranging interview that aired Sunday on CBS’ 60 Minutes, Saad Aljabri, who was an adviser to former Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, described bin Salman as a “psychopath with no empathy,” who “doesn’t feel emotion.”He told CBS News that he has seen a video in which bin Salman says he wanted to assassinate King Abdullah to pave the way for his own father—and eventually himself—to lead the kingdom. “We have witnessed atrocities and crimes committed by this killer,” Aljabri said, describing how the prince once said: “I want to assassinate King Abdullah. I get poison ring from Russia—it’s enough for me just to shake hands with him and he will be done.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
Title 42 explained: The obscure public health policy at the center of a U.S. border fight
Title 42 is a public health policy that's being used to determine whether immigrants can cross the border. Here's how it works.
Homeowner charged with murder after shooting motorist in driveway
Turner told a 911 operator that the motorist had pulled a gun on him. Investigators said they found no firearm in the car.
Special teams needs special attention: Takeaways from Rams' 28-19 win over Lions
Takeaways from Rams' victory Sunday. The Rams beat the winless Detroit Lions, but the special teams failed over and over.
Sudan military coup dissolves government, arrests acting prime minister
Thousands of Sudanese protested after Sudan's top general dissolved the government and arrested the acting prime minister on Oct. 25, 2021.
Ahmaud Arbery shooting: Murder trial hits snag during jury selection amid viral video
The search for impartial jurors is posing a challenge in the murder trial of three White men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery — because of viral video of the Black jogger’s death.
Kourtney Kardashian poses topless to show off engagement ring
The former "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star marked one week of being engaged by sharing a sexy snap with her assets resting among rose petals.
Facebook Papers Show Deep Conflict Within
Internal documents depict an internally conflicted company where data on the harms it causes is abundant, but solutions are halting at best.
Hertz to buy 100,000 Teslas as rental car company pivots toward electric vehicles
Hertz plans to buy 100,000 Tesla electric vehicles and install EV chargers at its locations. The rental car agency survived bankruptcy in 2020.
How two NYU students blew up the Internet with their NSFW Knicks fans video
The Knicks' return to their winning ways had the web abuzz thanks to two college kids.
Will companies still pay for Biden's big spending plan?
As Wall Street watches the debate over President Joe Biden's flagship infrastructure, climate and social spending plans in Washington, it has one major question: Will corporations pay more in tax to fund the programs?
Will companies still pay for Biden's big spending plan?
As Wall Street watches the debate over President Joe Biden's flagship infrastructure, climate and social spending plans in Washington, it has one major question: Will corporations pay more in tax to fund the programs?
How PhRMA is trying to thwart Democrats' effort to lower drug prices
The industry is spending heavily on lobbying key members of Congress.
Florida's surgeon general told to leave meeting after refusing to wear a mask
Florida's top health official was asked to leave a meeting after refusing to wear a mask at the office of a state senator who told him she had a serious medical condition, officials have confirmed.
Abandoned Houston children found living with skeletal remains of 9-year-old brother: Police
The suspected skeletal remains of a nine-year-old boy were found in a Houston apartment and may have been there for a year, Texas authorities said.
Polling: Joe Biden's Average Approval Rating Sinks to Fresh Low
Another day, another set of polls, another new low for President Joe Biden. That mantra was repeated Monday when polling data website FiveThirtyEight showed Biden's approval rating has dipped to a new low of 43.4 percent.
U.N. reports record greenhouse gas levels despite COVID shutdowns
World Meteorological Organization warns data show mankind "way off track" if it wants to stop "skidding into a car crash" of climate disaster.
Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen on feeling like outsiders
Obama and Springsteen's conversations became a podcast and now the book "Renegades: Born in the USA."
"Rust" electrician says he held cinematographer "while she was dying"
Serge Svetnoy said he had worked with Halyna Hutchins on multiple films and said producers hired an inexperienced armorer.
Arizona’s pandemic outlook worries experts as mask and vaccine mandate battles rage
The state has caught up to New York in total reported covid-19 deaths per capita.
Vin Diesel walks Paul Walker's daughter down the aisle
Paul Walker tragically died in 2013.
The world's top oil exporter pledged to reach net-zero emissions. Here's how that's possible.
The announcement raised key questions about how countries can simultaneously commit to reducing domestic emissions while continuing to export fossil fuels overseas under the rules of the Paris agreement.
Jim Caviezel Emulates 'Braveheart' Speech to Cheering Crowd at QAnon Convention
Jim Caviezel has previously pushed QAnon talking points, including that children were being harvested for a natural chemical compound produced in their bodies.
Bomb cyclone and atmospheric river lash Northern California
The atmospheric river has been elevated to a Category 5, the highest designation on the Scripps Institution of Oceanography Extreme Weather Lab scale.
For Kamala Harris, a shifting role: Fewer public events with Biden
The White House has branded itself as the 'Biden-Harris' administration, but the two, once inseparable, are now spending more time apart.
Macy's unveils Black Friday deals preview and holiday store hours
Macy's will start its early Black Friday sale Nov. 3. The real Black Friday sale with access to all deals starts Nov. 23 in stores and online.
Elle Macpherson Claims to Have 'Aborigine' Eyes in Now-Deleted Video
The Australian supermodel and beauty entrepreneur has been criticized for a comment about her ancestry in a tutorial filmed for Vogue.
All the Magazine Covers Featured in 'The French Dispatch' Post-Credit Scene
"The French Dispatch" is split into four magazine articles which together form one movie. Here's a rundown of all of the magazine covers featured in the film.
A mural presents a new image for one Ohio city
Toledo's industrial waterfront is looking more colorful, thanks to the massive mural being painted on 28 grain silos along the Maumee River, turning a 170,000-sq.-ft. concrete canvas into a tribute to Native Americans and sunflowers.
Civil Trial Over Charlottesville Rally Is Set to Begin Today
The main organizers of the deadly 2017 white nationalist rally are being sued in federal court. Here’s a guide to what to expect at the trial.
Video: UFC 267 'Countdown' for Jan Blachowicz vs. Glover Teixeira
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Thousands of state workers are unvaccinated. California isn't testing half of them for COVID as required
The state's struggle to implement Newsom's mandate comes as workplaces across the nation are imposing deadlines for workers to provide proof of vaccination or risk losing their jobs.
What you need to know before buying a flipped home
Here's the story behind Día de Muertos altars — and how you can build one
Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is Nov. 1 and 2, 2021. Here's what goes into building an ofrenda, or altar, for a deceased loved one.
Podcast: Author Shea Serrano thinks Mexicans are perfect
We're hanging out with Shea Serrano, who's a bestselling author and probably the nicest cholo nerd around.