Russian meddling, data sharing, hate speech — the social network faced one scandal after another. This is how Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg responded.
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An investigation by The New York Times revealed how Facebook fought back against critics during a flood of crises — with delays, denials and an influence campaign in Washington.
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Let every day be Sadie Hawkins Day.
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The kingdom’s prosecutor acknowledged that Saudi agents dismembered the dissident, but said the killing was not premeditated. Five agents face the death penalty.
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Don and Melania and the gang, doing their thing.
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The agency declined to prohibit sales of the popular vaping flavors, and will begin the process to outlaw menthol cigarettes.
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