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Fox News guest calls out network for allowing misinformation

During an interview on Fox News, Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, implored the network to stop spreading misinformation about the 2020 presidential election. Weingarten tells CNN's Jim Acosta why she, as an educator, felt compelled to speak up about the issue.

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Opinion: Lifesaving tips on reopening the US

Widespread vaccine coverage in the US is rapidly reducing new infections, illnesses and deaths from Covid-19. States and cities are quickly removing restrictions on business and leisure activities. Yet, while the public enjoys the return to normalcy, governments behind the scenes should be ramping up public health systems to guard against another possible wave and to build more competency for the inevitable next epidemic, whenever it may arise.

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Ex-Obama speechwriter trolls Newsmax host on live TV

David Litt, a former speechwriter for President Obama, was booked on Newsmax to discuss Elon Musk hosting an episode of "Saturday Night Live." Instead, Litt blasted the conservative network for spreading lies about election fraud.

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Facebook told to investigate its role in insurrection

Facebook's independent oversight board on Wednesday upheld the company's decision to suspend former President Donald Trump. But one of the most important aspects of the decision wasn't really about the former President's social media accounts at all; instead it was a recommendation for a deeper review of the role the platform played in the spread of election conspiracy theories that, in the board's words, "exacerbated tensions that culminated in the violence in the United States on January 6."

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Opinion: It's time to hold climate polluters accountable

Panic spread through Los Angeles when the city was first overrun by smog in July 1943, in the middle of World War II. With dense smog cutting visibility, irritating eyes and making it difficult to breathe outside, some locals believed they were being hit by a Japanese chemical attack.

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