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PoliticsIn his first-ever appearance before lawmakers, the Facebook founder answered questions about data privacy, fake news, hate speech, and Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential election.
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NewsPeople across the United States and the world marched together against gun violence.
PoliticsEmily Witt discusses the group of students who organized for change after the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
NewsFrom the United States to Iran, students led social movements that are changing the course of history.
NewsOpposition members say a new Syrian government assault has killed hundreds of civilians.
PoliticsDavid Remnick speaks with Masha Gessen about the chance that Donald Trump colluded with Vladimir Putin, whether it matters, and surprising pockets of resistance in Russia.
NewsWithin days of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, a group of students had organized to advocate for change.
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SportsTo draw in a new generation of athletes and spectators, music with lyrics will be allowed at this year’s Winter Games.
PoliticsBarbara Demick discusses the complicated history of North and South Korea, and their decision to march under a unified flag at this year’s Winter Olympics.
NewsThousands of protesters hit the streets of New York City for the second annual Women’s March.