The company says it shared the data only to help Apple, Samsung and other device makers "recreate Facebook-like experiences." It denies a New York Times report that "deep access" was granted.
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In his new book, Pablo Yanguas argues that fudged numbers, shallow aid projects and politics have created a dysfunctional aid system.
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Before Hurricane Maria hit in September, the island imported most of its food. The storm sparked a movement to rely on local crops, and highlighted a complicated relationship with the U.S. government.
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Germany's Bayer announced in 2016 that it would be buying Monsanto for more than $60 billion. Now it confirms it will be dropping the Monsanto name, which has been made infamous by protesters.
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An experimental therapy seems to have eradicated cancer in a patient with metastatic breast cancer who had failed every other treatment. The goal is to reliably repeat that success in more people.
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The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that a local baker in Colorado was within his rights to refuse to bake a cake for a same-sex couple's wedding.
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