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As Facebook's crises, Mark Zuckerberg fits his field in exclusive CNN interview

Zuckerberg opposed growing calls for changes in Facebook's C suite, repeating Facebook's potential as a power for good and driving back to some of the unsustainable critical coverage of his company after a year of negative headlines about false news , election intermediation and "A lot of criticism about the biggest issues has been fair, but I think if we …

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Here's what Brenda Snipes has to say about Florida's choice

LAUDERHILL, Fla. – Republican candidate for agricultural commissioner in Florida granted his loss Monday – black off. Matt Caldwell, a Republican, lost the election by less than 7000 votes. He was so stungened by series of blunders of democrats chosen to run election offices in two southern Florida counties as he acknowledged that he remained unmatched by the results. "Unfortunately, …

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Long Island weather: Rainy morning, then dry for Thanksgiving trip

With free air waiting in the wings on Thanksgiving Day, Long Island can make a Tuesday getaway for the holiday, and there may be some showers in the morning, with the cloud clearing in the afternoon, predictors say. Look for "dry weather weather this evening," said News 12 Long Island meteorologist Rich Hoffman. The highest number of New Yorkers traveling …

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Fatal shootings mark the beginning of the holiday week

Attack in a Chicago hospital, on a Denver street, in a suburbs of St. John's. Louis business and in a basement in Philadelphia left 10 people dead – including one of the arms – and at least four people injured. gunman, who was in a relationship with one of the victims, however, too, said the police. It is not clear …

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Stacey Abrams says she was almost blocked from voting in Georgia. Val: NPR

Georgian Democratic Governor Stacey Abrams talks with a crowd gathered for the Marches "Souls Two The Polls" in Atlanta last month. Jessica McGowan / Getty Images hide caption change caption Jessica McGowan / Getty Images The Georgian Democratic Governor Stacey Abrams speaks with a crowd gathered for the Marches "Souls Two The Polls" in Atlanta last month. Jessica McGowan / …

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Stacey Abrams calls Georgia a 'purple state' after putting up historic challenge

Stacey Abrams, the former Georiga gubernatorial candidate, said in a interview with The Rolling Stone published Monday, declared "Georgia is a purple state now," and said her performance is evidence that the Peach State is now competitive. She said there had not been a race this close since 1966, citing the "razor-thin margin." "My opponent did not outperform Republican presidential …

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3 dead, including police officer, in hospital shooting on Chicago's South Side

Three people have died – including a police officer – after a shooting at a hospital on Chicago's south side, according to officials. Interested in Chicago? Add Chicago as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Chicago news, video, and analysis from ABC News. The three shooting victims all died from their injuries, according to the Cook …

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