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Spinning on the hamster wheel allows Mr. Goxx to select a cryptocurrency to trade. Choosing one of two tunnels to run through allows him to buy or sell. YouTube/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Elizabeth Holmes leaves the federal courthouse in San Jose, Calif., on Sept. 8. Nic Coury/AP hide caption

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The Elizabeth Holmes Trial Sparks A Silicon Valley Debate: Why Not Other Tech CEOs?

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Meng Wanzhou, chief financial officer of Huawei, smiles as she leaves her home in Vancouver on Friday. Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press via AP hide caption

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Canadians Are Released After A Chinese Executive Resolves U.S. Criminal Charges

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NASA's Got A New, Big Telescope. It Could Find Hints Of Life On Far-Flung Planets

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U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis speaks during a change of command ceremony at the U.S. Southern Command headquarters on in 2018 in Doral, Fla. Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Mattis testified Wednesday in the trial of fallen tech star Elizabeth Holmes. Brynn Anderson/AP hide caption

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A community of young investors on TikTok, including @ceowatchlist, @quicktrades and @irisapp, are using House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's stock trading disclosures as inspiration for where to invest themselves. One user called Pelosi the market's "biggest whale," while another called her the "queen of investing." @ceowatchlist; @quicktrades; @irisapp/TikTok hide caption

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TikTokers Are Trading Stocks By Copying What Members Of Congress Do

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Their Dad Transformed Video Games In The 1970s — And Passed On His Pioneering Spirit

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The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet speaks at a climate event in Madrid in 2019. A recent report of hers warns of the threats that AI can pose to human rights. Ricardo Rubio/Europa Press Via Getty Images hide caption

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Commuters walk into a flooded subway station and disrupted service due to extremely heavy rainfall from the remnants of Hurricane Ida on September 2, 2021. David Dee Delgado/Getty Images hide caption

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Climate Change Means More Subway Floods; How Cities Are Adapting

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A civil suit filed by the Justice Department this week links exaggerated patient bills to tens of millions of dollars in overcharges by Medicare Advantage plans. A data analytics team facilitated the fraud, the lawsuit alleges. John Lund/Getty Images hide caption

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Three former U.S. intelligence and military operatives have agreed to pay nearly $1.7 million to resolve criminal charges that they provided sophisticated hacking technology to the United Arab Emirates. Jenny Kane/AP hide caption

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Bill Evans (center), the father of Billy Evans, Elizabeth Holmes' partner, accompanies Holmes into a federal courthouse in San Jose, Calif., for the start of her federal fraud trial. Nick Otto/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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'Concerned Citizen' At Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes' Trial Turns Out To Be Family

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Apple released an emergency security software patch to fix a vulnerability that an internet watchdog group says allowed spyware from NSO Group to infect the iPhone of a Saudi activist without any user interaction. Sebastian Scheiner/AP hide caption

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A federal judge on Friday ordered Apple to loosen some of the rules on its App Store for how payments are processed. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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What The Ruling In The Epic Games V. Apple Lawsuit Means For iPhone Users

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