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A police officer directs pedestrians near the site of one of the mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Saturday, March 16. Mark Baker/AP hide caption

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Social Media Companies Struggle To Pull Livestreamed Video Of Mass Shootings

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Allison Hopelain, owner of The Kebabery in Oakland, Calif., says the cafeteria-style restaurant reflects the changing tastes of customers who now want to grab a quick, affordable meal and head back to their lives. Allison Hopelain/Courtesy of The Kebabery hide caption

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Bay Area's High Cost Of Living Squeezes Restaurant Workers, Chefs And Owners

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Workers pull out cosmetically defective garlic (that will be processed separately) at the Christopher Ranch processing plant in Gilroy, Calif. About 6 percent of its garlic is bought from China; the rest is homegrown. Talia Herman for NPR hide caption

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In Garlic Capital, Tariffs And Immigration Crackdown Have Mixed Impacts

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Tech giant Google, whose headquarters is in Mountain View, Calif., plans to build a campus in nearby San Jose. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP hide caption

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This City Told Amazon And Google: No Incentives For You

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Reshma Saujani, founder and chief executive officer of Girls Who Code Inc., speaks during the International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) InterConnect 2017 conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, on March 21, 2017. IBM David Becker/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook has been paying young users as young as 13 years old up to $20 a month to install an app called Facebook Research, TechCrunch reported. Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook, Google Draw Scrutiny Over Apps That Collected Data From Teens

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An attendee wears a Venezuelan flag during a rally in Caracas Friday with Juan Guaido, president of the National Assembly, who swore himself in as the leader of Venezuela. Marcelo Perez del Carpio/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Amid Chaos, Venezuelans Struggle To Find The Truth, Online

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The Queensbridge Houses, the largest public housing complex in the country, near the spot where Amazon plans to put a new headquarters. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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With Amazon's Arrival, A New York Community Pushes To Be Included

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How do virtual assistants like Alexa affect children's learning experiences? Some experts say easy answers delivered by technology can hurt the development of problem-solving skills in kids. Kathleen Finlay/Image Source/Getty Images hide caption

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Alexa Can Help Kids With Homework, But Don't Forget Problem-Solving Skills

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Bad Bunny backstage at Apple Music's 'Up Next' Artist concert in Miami, Fl. in March 2018. Manny Hernandez/Getty Images for Apple Music hide caption

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How Bad Bunny Skipped Categories And Skyrocketed To Fame

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Cuba's Mobile Internet Access Is A Big Step, But It's Not Without Flaws

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Specialist Vera Liu (left) and trader James Matthews work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday. U.S. stocks are experiencing a post-Christmas rally after record-breaking losses on Monday. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Bad Bunny performs at the 2018 Latin Grammy's. Ethan Miller/Getty Images for LARAS hide caption

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Escuchen al Programa

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