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Instagram co-founders stepping down from Facebook

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Facebook acquired Instagram for $1 billion in 2012

Microsoft president on "first line of defense" in cybersecurity

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Brad Smith spoke first on "CBS This Morning" about the AI for Humanitarian Action initiative, a $40M program that the tech giant says would save lives

Experimental device helping paralyzed patients walk again

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Two studies out Monday point to significant progress in helping paralyzed people stand and take steps. A new treatment may provide hope for nearly 1.3 million Americans who have paralysis from spinal cord injuries. CBS News chief medical…

CIA Director Gina Haspel: China is "working to diminish U.S. influence"

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Haspel, speaking at her alma mater, said the CIA is keeping an eye on China's efforts to expand its influence beyond its own region

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Scrabble dictionary adds 300 new words, including "OK" and "ew"

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Game lovers note: Twenty playable words are being added that begin with q and don't need a u

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Kirk dissipates in Atlantic as remnants move westward

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Remnants of Kirk have dissipated into a tropical wave moving westward over the Tropical Atlantic, the National Hurricane Center said Monday

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Former Facebook moderator claims job gave her PTSD

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Woman seeks class-action status for suit alleging her Facebook job reviewing content subjected her to graphic, violent images

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James Woods locked out of Twitter account for posting hoax meme

Woods tweeted a meme that encouraged men not to vote, purportedly created by Democrats

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Blaming Israel for downed jet, Russia to sell Syria advanced missiles

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Moscow says long-frozen sale of modern missile defense system to Assad regime will go ahead as regional tension mounts

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Iranian commander vows "revenge" on U.S. after deadly attack

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Attack on Iranian military parade left 25 dead, and Iranian officials claim the terrorists were supported by Washington

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China imposes new tariffs, accuses U.S. of "trade bullyism"

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"Trade war is now a reality," Fitch chief economist warns as Beijing hikes rates on 5,207 U.S. products in retaliation for Trump's latest tariffs on Chinese imports

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K-pop boy band, "BTS," to give some buzz to staid United Nations

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Seven members of the band, also known as Bangtan Boys, will perform Monday at an event aimed to promote a new program by the United Nations Secretary General

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Christine Blasey Ford's congresswoman: Give Ford "the respect she deserves"

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"This is not a woman that is confused, mixed up. This is something she has carried with her, just as so many victims do," said Eshoo of Ford

Tiger Woods gets first win in 5 years at Tour Championship

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The 42-year-old delivered the perfect ending to his return from four back surgeries

Monday, Sep 24

How did Google get so big?

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60 Minutes reports on the power of Google, a company whose critics say has stifled competition

Henk Ovink and the Dutch solution to flooding

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The world's only water ambassador, appointed by the Netherlands, says damage from hurricanes could be lessened with the help of Dutch-innovated stormwater management

Sunday, Sep 23

Tropical Storm Kirk forms in Atlantic

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The storm doesn't pose any threat to land and there are no coastal watches or warnings in effect, according to the National Hurricane Center

Saturday, Sep 22

Japan places landers on asteroid

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Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft placed two small probes on the surface of an asteroid

Friday, Sep 21

3 infants among 5 stabbed at day care in New York City

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Police provided details Friday on stabbings that unfolded at a home day care center in Queens. Five people were stabbed, including three infants, at the day care center on Friday morning.

Inside the lab studying how to fight fire tornadoes

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Wildfires have burned about 7.3 million acres across the U.S. this year – much more than average