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FireEye CEO Kevin Mandia, SolarWinds CEO Sudhakar Ramakrishna and Microsoft President Brad Smith testify during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Capitol Hill on Feb. 23, in Washington, D.C. The hearing focused on the 2020 cyberattack that resulted in a series of data breaches within several agencies and departments in the U.S. federal government. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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National Security

As Cyber Attacks Surge, Biden Seeks To Mount A Better Defense

Russian spies have penetrated U.S. government computer networks. Russian criminals have hit the U.S. gasoline and meat supplies. Can the president figure out how to stop the non-stop intrusions?

Student journalists at the University of Georgia's newspaper, The Red & Black, saw firsthand how covering their local community was more important than ever over the last year. Taylor Gerlach/Courtesy The Red & Black hide caption

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We Hold These Truths

The Next Generation Of Journalists Are Ready To Change The News Industry

7 min

The Next Generation Of Journalists Are Ready To Change The News Industry

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President of the National Black Farmer's Association John Boyd stands in his fields in Baskerville, Va. He says the USDA's relief program is "like the fox watching the hen house." Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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America Reckons With Racial Injustice

The USDA Is Set To Give Black Farmers Debt Relief. They've Heard That One Before

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The USDA Is Set To Give Black Farmers Debt Relief. They've Heard That One Before

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Facebook says former President Donald Trump cannot use its social media platforms until at least Jan. 7, 2023. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Technology

Trump Suspended From Facebook For 2 Years

3 min

Trump Suspended From Facebook For 2 Years

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FireEye CEO Kevin Mandia, SolarWinds CEO Sudhakar Ramakrishna and Microsoft President Brad Smith testify during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Capitol Hill on Feb. 23, in Washington, D.C. The hearing focused on the 2020 cyberattack that resulted in a series of data breaches within several agencies and departments in the U.S. federal government. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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As Cyberattacks Surge, Biden Is Seeking To Mount A Better Defense

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Two clients get their hair shampooed at Good. Co. Salon & Spa. Owner Emily Anderson says the salon is booked for the summer and everybody is busy each day. Paige Rowan/Good Co. Salon & Spa hide caption

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Vaxxed & Waxed, Booked & Busy: Beauty Salons Are Seeing A Post-Vaccination Boom

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