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NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks to Guardian reporter Shaun Walker about the decisive re-election victory of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is answering to dozens of senators Tuesday, after it was reported that some 87 million Facebook users' data was harvested by Cambridge Analytica. The testimony comes one week after the extent of the breach was revealed, but the company is facing questions beyond the data breach.

In a unanimous ruling, a federal appeals court has ruled that employers can't pay women less than men just because they made less at a previous job. The court said a woman's prior salary, whether considered on its own or along with other factors, can't be used to justify paying a female employee less than her male counterpart.

Marie Colvin, an American journalist covering the civil war in Syria was targeted and assassinated by the Syrian government, according to newly released court documents.

NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., about possible military action against Syria over the use of chemical weapons. He and Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., have said that U.S. strikes in Syria are illegal unless Congress authorizes them.

The group overseeing the fund for victims of the Parkland, Fla., shooting met Tuesday to discuss how the funds will be distributed. As of now, more than $6.5 million has been collected.

A suspected chemical weapons attack this past weekend on a rebel stronghold near Damascus, Syria has prompted international outrage and threats from President Trump of a military response.

Research scientists say they want to define Alzheimer's by the biological changes it causes in the brain, rather than by symptoms like memory loss.

Toy mogul Isaac Larian, head of MGA Entertainment, has launched a $1 billion GoFundMe campaign to save the bankrupt toy chain. "I will make Toys R Us a fun place again," he tells NPR.

When we think of lies, we think of the big stuff. We say, "I could never do something like that." But big lies start with small deceptions. Dan Ariely talks about why we lie and why we're honest.




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