Oil Pipeline Restarts, Middle East Violence Escalates, "Ellen" Going Off The Air

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  • A major oil pipeline is restarting operations after a cyberattack shut it down last week. It will take a few days for distribution to get back to normal, but there's still no need to panic-buy gas.
  • Violence is escalating between Israel and Gaza, by air as well as in the streets. Palestinian and Israeli parents spoke to NPR about their experiences and hopes for an end to the deadly conflict.
  • Ellen DeGeneres' daytime television show is going off the air after nearly two decades. It was known for its pranks, dancing and gift-giving, but faced accusations of a toxic work environment last year.