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  1. Trump awaits Facebook decision seen as essential for possible 2024 run

    Trump awaits Facebook decision seen as essential for possible 2024 run

    The social media platform is expected to announce its decision in the matter Wednesday morning, after indefinitely banning him from the site in January.

  2. India accounted for 1 in 4 coronavirus deaths worldwide last week

    India accounted for 1 in 4 coronavirus deaths worldwide last week

    India accounted for 46% of global cases and 25% of global deaths between April 26 and May 2, the WHO said.

  3. Why Verizon's media ambitions failed and its sale to Apollo

    Why Verizon's media ambitions failed and its sale to Apollo

    Insider spoke with three current and two former Verizon Media staffers who discussed what went wrong under Verizon.

  4. Lab workers in Indonesia have been accused of reusing nasal COVID-19 swabs in as many as 20,000 tests

    Lab workers in Indonesia have been accused of reusing nasal COVID-19 swabs in as many as 20,000 tests

    The workers are accused of using new swabs to test someone, then washing, repackaging, and using those same swabs to test others, per The Times.

  5. America's new climate 'normal' is hotter, wetter, and more extreme

    America's new climate 'normal' is hotter, wetter, and more extreme

    The country's new normal temperature is a full degree hotter than it was only two decades ago, according to new data based on thirty-year climate averages.

  6. The US is wary of China's military ambitions in Africa

    The US is wary of China's military ambitions in Africa

    The top US commander in Africa recently told lawmakers that China's new naval pier in Djibouti could support an aircraft carrier.

  7. MrBeast: Former employees allege YouTuber berated staff, used slur

    MrBeast: Former employees allege YouTuber berated staff, used slur

    The New York Times reported allegations that Jimmy Donaldson, known online as MrBeast, fostered a "difficult work environment"

  8. Bill and Melinda Gates divorce: Couple have no prenup, TMZ reports

    Bill and Melinda Gates divorce: Couple have no prenup, TMZ reports

    Bill and Melinda Gates have a "separation contract" that stipulates how they will split their property after their divorce, TMZ reported.

  9. 5-star hotels in Bangkok being turned into luxury hospital extensions

    5-star hotels in Bangkok being turned into luxury hospital extensions

    COVID-19 cases in Thailand are on the rise, and Bangkok is at the epicenter of the country's latest wave.

  10. JPMorgan CEO says that working remotely 'does not work' for young people and those who want to 'hustle'

    JPMorgan CEO says that working remotely 'does not work' for young people and those who want to 'hustle'

    "I'm about to cancel all my Zoom meetings...I'm done with it. I'm going to Boston today," the bank CEO said when asked about video calls.