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Cars line up Tuesday at a QuikTrip in Atlanta. Continued panic-buying is leading to shortages at gas stations across the Southeast after a hack attack shut down a critical pipeline. Megan Varner/Getty Images hide caption

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Colonial Restarts Operations After Cyberattack As Panic-Buying Mounts In Southeast

Colonial Pipeline says it has "initiated the restart" of operations at the pipeline affected by a cyberattack as a wave of panic-buying empties out many gas stations across the Southeast.

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Migrants and asylum seekers are seen after spending the night in one of the car lanes off the San Ysidro Crossing Port on the Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico border in Tijuana on April 24, 2021. A group of migrants asked U.S. migration authorities to allow them to start their migration process and decided to stay at the crossing port to pressure for a solution to their situation. Guillermo Arias /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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As More Migrants Arrive, U.S. Expands Efforts To Identify And Admit Most Vulnerable

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In 1995, an online troll impersonated Ken Zeran on AOL, posting tasteless ads with his phone number. Zeran sued AOL, and lost. The person behind the ads has never been identified. Jovelle Tamayo for NPR hide caption

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How One Man's Fight Against An AOL Troll Sealed The Tech Industry's Power

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Colonial Restarts Operations After Cyberattack As Panic-Buying Mounts In Southeast

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Ellen Degeneres, seen in the press room during the 2017 People's Choice Awards, announced she will end her show in 2022. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images hide caption

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Ellen DeGeneres Will End Her Daytime Talk Show In 2022

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