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Yoel Roth used to be Twitter's Head of Trust & Safety until he resigned in early November. He worries about the changes Elon Musk is making to the platform. David Odisho/Getty Images hide caption

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Twitter's former safety chief warns Musk is moving fast and "breaking things"

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An oil tanker is moored at the Sheskharis complex, part of Chernomortransneft JSC, a subsidiary of Transneft PJSC, in Novorossiysk, Russia, Oct. 11, one of the largest facilities for oil and petroleum products in southern Russia. The deadline is looming for Western allies to agree on a price cap on Russia oil. AP hide caption

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Protesters shout slogans during a protest against China's strict coronavirus measures on Monday in Beijing, China. Protesters took to the streets in multiple Chinese cities after a deadly apartment fire in Xinjiang province sparked a national outcry as many blamed COVID-19 restrictions for the deaths. Kevin Frayer/Getty Images hide caption

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Law enforcement has used robots to investigate suspicious packages. Now, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors is considering a policy proposal that would allow SFPD's robots to use deadly force against a suspect. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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San Francisco considers allowing law enforcement robots to use lethal force

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Pablo Eisenberg, who died last month, urged deep-pocketed donors to give away even more and spend their money where it is most needed. Idit Knaan, The Chronicle of Philanthropy hide caption

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Pablo Eisenberg, a fierce critic of nonprofits and philanthropy, died at age 90

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Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer shows a "My Body My Decision" shirt at the 14th District Democratic headquarters in Detroit on Nov. 8. Jeff Kowalsky/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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What we know (and don't know) about how abortion affected the midterms

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Russian President Vladimir Putin is seen on a screen set at Red Square in Moscow on Sept. 30, as he addresses a rally marking the annexation of four regions of Ukraine occupied by Russian troops: Lugansk, Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia. Alexander Nemenov/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Supporters react during an election night event for Democratic Gov. Tony Evers at The Orpheum Theater on Nov. 8 in Madison, Wisc. Evers defeated Republican challenger Tim Michels Tuesday. Jim Vondruska/Getty Images hide caption

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An elderly woman walks in the southern Ukrainian village of Arkhanhelske, outside Kherson, on Nov. 3. The Russians occupied the village until recently. Now Ukrainian forces are moving into villages where the Russians left. The Russians said they completed their withdrawal from Kherson on Friday, marking a major victory for Ukraine. Bulent Kilic/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Russia retreats from Kherson. Why is the U.S. nudging Ukraine on peace talks?

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