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A makeshift memorial sits beneath a mural of late Army Spc. Vanessa Guillen in Fort Worth, Texas in July 2020. LM Otero/AP hide caption

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#IAmVanessaGuillen documentary explores the culture of toxicity at Fort Hood

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The LS9, a "smart gun" being developed by LodeStar Works, can be locked or unlocked through three security mechanisms: the owner's thumbprint, a Bluetooth-enabled app and a PIN pad. The little dark square near the yellow sticker on the guns shown here is where the owner's thumb would unlock the gun. Ginger Chandler hide caption

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'Smart gun' innovators seek to reduce firearm deaths

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Google announced that it would delete location data showing when people visit abortion providers, but privacy experts, and some Google employees, want the company to do more to safeguard data. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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Privacy advocates fear Google will be used to prosecute abortion seekers

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