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James Murdoch, the younger son of Rupert Murdoch, resigned Friday from the board of News Corp., citing 'disagreements' over editorial content and strategic decisions. Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for National Geogra hide caption

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James Murdoch Quits Family Media Empire News Corp After 'Disagreements'

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TikTok has been under fire in Washington. The Trump administration and some Democrats in Congress have been raising national security concerns about the Chinese-owned app. Photo Illustration by Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Amazon Workers Respond To Jeff Bezos' Testimony Before Congress

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Pandemic-Weakened U.S. Economy Threatens Trump's Hopes For Reelection

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Coronavirus Safety Measures Affect Businesses In Massachusetts Tourist Destination

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New Study Finds Expanded Jobless Benefits Don't Reduce Employment

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Alleged hackers under the names of Rolex#0373 and Kirk#5270 allegedly discuss the possibility of selling access to hacked Twitter accounts for up to $2,500. U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of California hide caption

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Florida 17-Year-Old, 'Mastermind' Of Twitter Hack, And Two Others Face Charges

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Screenshot of video on Facebook showing an Egyptian sarcophagus with mummy inside for sale. According to the ATHAR Project, the video is from an area known for extensive antiquities looting. Facebook bans trade in antiquities and human remains, but relies on user reports to flag suspect items. This post, reported by ATHAR using the Facebook system, was not deemed to violate Facebook's standards. Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Facebook Has Moved To Ban Sales Of Looted Antiquities. Will It Make A Difference?

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Director of the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Francis Collins, holds a model of the coronavirus. This is the sixth vaccine candidate to join Operation Warp Speed's portfolio, and the largest vaccine deal to date. Saul Loeb/Pool/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Nobel Prize-Winning Economist Offers Insights Into Historic Economic Decline

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The Pandemic Has Hit Some Businesses Hard, Others Are Benefiting

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Members Of The Class Of 2020 Face A Brutal Job Market

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Pandemic Puts Restaurant Owners In The Business Fight Of Their Lives

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News Brief: Pandemic Sales, COVID-19 Hospital Data Glitches, 2020 Census

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An Amazon delivery truck is parked outside a warehouse in France on April 16. The online retail giant's revenues and profits soared in the second quarter. Denis Charlet/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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