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Pelosi's Relationship With Big Tech Shifts As Privacy And Antitrust Questions Mount

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg called the House speaker to discuss an altered video of her. She didn't call back but met with his former partner, who has urged breaking up the social media giant.

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Departure IHF
Candlelight Rajstar
Colours Anatole
Breakdown Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers

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American Medical Association Wades Into Abortion Debate With Lawsuit

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Alison Beyea of ACLU of Maine speaks during an abortion-rights rally at Congress Square Park in Portland, Maine, in May. Democrats elected last November have pushed through two laws that expand access to abortion in the state. Derek Davis/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images hide caption

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Newly Blue, Maine Expands Access To Abortion

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Pelosi's Relationship With Big Tech Shifts As Privacy And Antitrust Questions Mount

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Path Of A Total Solar Eclipse Passes Over A Major Observatory In Chile

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Total Eclipse of the Heart Bonnie Tyler
No Woman Whitney

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Trump Administration Hits Some Immigrants In U.S. Illegally With Fines Up To $500,000

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Trump Administration To Print 2020 Census Without Citizenship Question

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