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Facebook Flunks New Audit on Civil Rights, Hate Speech and Voter Suppression

Report warns that the social media company may be “driving people toward self-reinforcing echo chambers of extremism.”

Tammy Duckworth Confronts Nativist Smears From Tucker Carlson

Ms. Duckworth, an Illinois senator who is Thai-American and lost both legs fighting in Iraq, has been the target of two nights of attacks from the Fox News host; some were amplified by President Trump.

Mary Kay Letourneau, Teacher Who Raped Student and Then Married Him, Dies at 58

A tabloid fixture in the 1990s, she defended the relationship as consensual, as did he.

‘A Colossal Error’: Mexican Leader Under Fire for Plan to Visit Trump

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will meet in the White House this week with President Trump, and said he plans to praise the administration for its “respectful treatment” of Mexicans.

Trump Administration Signals Formal Withdrawal From W.H.O.

Health experts widely condemned the departure, which brings an end to threats President Trump had been making for months.

Chief Justice Roberts Was Hospitalized Last Month With a Head Injury

A court spokeswoman said the chief justice had fallen while walking for exercise and blamed dehydration.

Over 180 Bodies Found Dumped in Burkina Faso Town, Report Says

For months, terrified residents of Djibo, a town in the West African nation, kept discovering corpses of men who had been shot, blindfolded and bound. They blame the military.

White House Warns Against Chinese Investment, Citing Risk of Further Sanctions

Economic and security officials warned a federal fund against putting retirement savings in China at “a time of mounting uncertainty” for the relationship.

New Data Sheds Light on Who Is Moving Because of the Pandemic

Young people are more likely to pack their bags — often for fear of infection — than other age groups, a Pew Research Center survey finds.

Prominent Artists and Writers Warn of an ‘Intolerant Climate’

An open letter published by Harper’s, signed by luminaries including Margaret Atwood and Wynton Marsalis, argued for openness to “opposing views.” The debate began immediately.

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