Instagram has blocked the account of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., saying he used it to spread misinformation about vaccines. He's seen here last summer, speaking to a crowd in Berlin, at an event that highlighted coronavirus skepticism and conspiracy theories.
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Uber acquired Drizly, an alcohol e-commerce platform, for $1.1 billion in cash and stock last week. It's just the latest brand Uber has added to its portfolio as the company seeks to satisfy consumer appetites.
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Open up any social media app on your phone and you'll see it: links to COVID-19 information from trustworthy sources. Here, a Twitter screen reads, "No, 5G isn't causing coronavirus."
Officials in Oldsmar, Fla., say residents were never at risk from a recent computer hack at its water treatment plant. But they say they're taking steps to ensure it can't happen again.
Occupy Wall Street participants march down Fifth Avenue in New York on May 1, 2012. Lingering anger over the 2008 global financial crisis has fueled several populist movements, including most recently, the battle waged by amateur investors coordinating in Reddit against hedge funds.
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A healthcare worker administers a dose of the coronavirus vaccine to an elderly at a health center in the Cypriot coastal city of Limassol on February 8, 2021.
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Coloured ink bottles are seen in a box at a tattoo parlour in Berlin on June 12, 2020. - The European Commission is proposing a ban on harmful chemicals in tattoo ink, including two widely-used blue and green pigments, claiming they are often of low purity and can contain hazardous substances.
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QAnon supporters attended a pro-Trump rally last month in Washington, D.C., on the same weekend that Congress finalized then-President-elect Joe Biden's victory.
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Long lines and computer isues are making it more difficult for some people to get the vaccine. These Floridians hope to snag one of 800 doses available at a vaccine site in Fort Myers.
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