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Friday

John Reynolds outside of the Post Office on Christmas, a regular part of his job. Christine Gale Reynolds hide caption

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The Yosemite postmaster retires after more than 40 years (and a whole lot of mail)

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Thursday

Mark Emmert is saying goodbye to the NCAA. Tom Pennington/Getty Images hide caption

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'Who the hell would want this job?' Not NCAA President Mark Emmert, apparently

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Pope Francis delivers a speech in the garden of the Palace of the Nation during the meeting of the authorities, the civil society and the diplomatic corps in Kinshasa. ARSENE MPIANA/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The use of facial recognition technology has prompted lawsuits and protests in New York City recently. Jesse Zhang for NPR hide caption

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She was denied entry to a Rockettes show — then the facial recognition debate ignited

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Bans on the social media app TikTok are beginning to gain momentum in Washington and several states. Experts say there's not much solid evidence that TikTok poses a national security threat. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Unrest has continued at Twitter headquarters as employees have left the company en masse. David Odisho/Getty Images hide caption

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How Twitter's platform helped its users, personally and professionally

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Friday

As Twitter's workforce crumbles, users are tweeting their eulogies for the platform

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A recent study found that adding strangers to the mix of people we speak with might increase our happiness. Gpointstudio/Getty Images/Image Source hide caption

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Talking to strangers might make you happier, a study on 'relational diversity' finds

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Monday

What Yankee Candle reviews can tell us about COVID

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