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Measles imminent threat

ABC News Live Prime: Wed, Nov 23, 2022

Largest dam removal in US history could save Yurok tribes salmon supply

Violent protest at Chinese iPhone factory

Woman meets donor family after 1st HIV-positive to HIV-positive heart transplant

ABC News Live Prime: Tue, Nov 22, 2022

Breaking down FTX bankruptcy proceedings

Meta aims to make Facebook, Instagram safer for teens

Tesla recalling more than 320K vehicles

ABC News Live: Congress enters a new era as Republicans take the House

Hidden ways the holidays harm the environment

The most festive time of the year is also the most wasteful, experts say.

Space diversity: Europes space agency gets 1st parastronaut

The European Space Agency has made history by selecting an amputee who lost his leg in a motorcycle accident to be among its newest batch of astronauts one step toward its pioneering ambition to send someone with a physical disability into space

HIV-positive heart donors family, recipient meet

A woman who got a new lease on life after a ground-breaking heart transplant between an HIV-positive donor and recipient got to meet the family of the woman who gave it to her

The top 10 apps on the Apple Store for week ending 11/20/2022

Magnitude 5.9 earthquake hits northwest Turkey, 68 injured

Turkeys disaster management agency says an earthquake with a magnitude of 5.9 has hit a northwestern town, triggering panic and causing damage to some buildings

The Hewlett-Packard Company cuts 6,000 jobs as quarterly sales fell 11%.

Teenage driver charged in crash of stolen car that killed 4

A 16-year-old accused of driving a stolen Kia involved in a high-speed crash that killed four passengers is facing charges

EXPLAINER: Why was Indonesias shallow quake so deadly?

A 5.6 magnitude earthquake left more than 260 dead and hundreds injured as buildings crumbled and terrified residents ran for their lives on Indonesias main island of Java

Hard-working Colombian beetles clean garbage, retire as pets

A Colombian company is using beetles to transform food waste into fertilizer and then sends some off to retirement as pets in Japan

US: 2 Estonians arrested in $575M cryptocurrency fraud

U.S. authorities say police in Estonia have arrested two men accused in a half-billion-dollar cryptocurrency fraud

Meta aims to make Facebook, Instagram safer for teens

The company announced new updates to prevent teens from exchanging messages with adults whove been blocked or reported by another young person, and other new privacy settings.

Europe seeks bigger piece of space market with new launchers

France, Germany and Italy have announced an agreement for a new-generation European space launcher project

Strong quake rocks Solomon Islands, sends people fleeing

A powerful magnitude 7.0 earthquake has struck near the Solomon Islands but there are no immediate reports of widespread damage or injuries

NASA capsule buzzes moon, last big step before lunar orbit

Its the first time a capsule has visited the moon since NASAs Apollo program.

Judge orders Amazon to stop retaliations against organizers

A federal judge has ordered Amazon to stop retaliating against employees engaged in workplace activism

Earthquake shakes Indonesias Java island; at least 14 dead

An earthquake has toppled buildings on Indonesias densely populated main island, killing at least 162 people and injuring hundreds

UN climate boss settles for no cuts on emissions

New United Nations climate chief Simon Stiell in an interview with The Associated Press acknowledges the world didnt do anything additional to address climate change at the COP27 climate summit this year

Governor says at least 162 people have died and hundreds are injured in earthquake on Indonesias Java island

Governor says at least 162 people have died and hundreds are injured in earthquake on Indonesias Java island

NASAs Orion capsule has reached the moon, whipping around the back side and passing within about 80 miles.

NASAs Orion capsule has reached the moon, whipping around the back side and passing within about 80 miles.

Bison spread as Native American tribes reclaim stewardship

Indigenous groups in the U.S. and Canada are leading efforts to restore bison across North America more than a century after European settlers drove the species to near extinction

Tesla recalling more than 320K vehicles

Tesla has identified a software issue that can cause taillights to randomly go off.

Chinese coast guard seizes rocket debris from Filipino navy

A Philippine military commander says the Chinese coast guard has forcibly seized apparent Chinese rocket debris that was being towed by the Philippine navy, in the latest confrontation in the disputed South China Sea

Government officials say death toll in Indonesia earthquake rises to 46; about 700 injured

Government officials say death toll in Indonesia earthquake rises to 46; about 700 injured

Indonesian officials say earthquake on main island of Java kills at least 14, injures 17

Indonesian officials say earthquake on main island of Java kills at least 14, injures 17

Symbol of reunion with China, panda Tuan Tuan dies in Taipei

Tuan Tuan, one of two giant pandas gifted to Taiwan from China as a symbol of hoped-for reunion between the sides, has died

Public safety accounts urge caution on Twitter after changes

Across the country, government agencies, especially those tasked with sending messages during emergencies, have embraced Twitter over the last decade

With Twitter in chaos, some ways to protect your account

Elizabeth Holmes faces sentencing for her Theranos crimes

A federal judge on Friday will decide whether disgraced Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes should serve a lengthy prison sentence for duping investors and endangering patients while peddling a bogus blood-testing technology

New measures for size, as worlds people surpass 8 billion

What is bigger: A ronna or a quetta

More Twitter workers flee after Musks hardcore ultimatum

Twitter is continuing to bleed engineers and other workers after its new owner Elon Musk gave them a choice: either pledge to hardcore work or resign with severance pay

High energy prices lead to coal revival in Czech Republic

High energy prices linked to Russias war in Ukraine have paved the way for coals comeback in some parts of Europe

Amazon CEO says layoffs will extend into next year

Amazon CEO Andy Jassy says the mass layoffs that began in the companys corporate ranks this week will extend into next year

Elizabeth Holmes faces judgment day for her Theranos crimes

A federal judge on Friday will decide whether disgraced Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes should serve a lengthy prison sentence for duping investors and endangering patients while peddling a bogus blood-testing technology

Webb Space Telescope spots early galaxies hidden from Hubble

NASAs new Webb Space Telescope is finding bright, early galaxies that until now have been hidden from view

Fired SpaceX employees accuse company of violating labor law

Several SpaceX employees who were fired after circulating an open letter calling out CEO Elon Musks behavior have filed a complaint accusing the company of violating labor laws

Airbnb increases liability coverage

Plus, Apple redesigns its iCloud website and Samsung expands its game streaming to more devices.

Climate negotiators in Egypt say they remain far from a deal

Diplomats say they are far from reaching a deal everyone can agree on at climate negotiations in Egypt, which are scheduled to end on Friday

New CEO of FTX blasts its handling of financial information

The man who had to clean up the mess at Enron says the situation at FTX is even worse, describing what he calls a complete failure of corporate control

John Ray III, new CEO of collapsed crypto firm FTX, says hes never seen such a complete failure of corporate controls

John Ray III, new CEO of collapsed crypto firm FTX, says hes never seen such a complete failure of corporate controls

Toyota shows new Prius hybrid with more power, range, style

The new Toyota gas-electric Prius hybrid not only comes with more power, acceleration and driving range

Toyota shows new Prius hybrid with more power, range, style

The new Toyota gas-electric Prius hybrid not only comes with more power, acceleration and driving range

Strong earthquake rattles remote West Texas desert

A strong earthquake shook a sparsely populated patch of the West Texas desert Thursday, causing tremors that were felt as far away as the Mexican city of Ciudad Jurez

NASA capsule on way to moon after launch by giant new rocket

A space capsule is hurtling toward the moon for the first time in 50 years

Amazon begins mass layoffs among its corporate workforce

Amazon has begun mass layoffs in its corporate ranks, becoming the latest tech company to trim its workforce amid rising fears about the wider economic environment

Musk testifies in lawsuit over Tesla compensation package

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is defending himself in a shareholder lawsuit challenging a compensation package he was awarded by the companys board of directors that is potentially worth more than $55 billion

Musk says he expects to find a new Twitter CEO over time

Billionaire Elon Musk, who just took over as the chief executive at Twitter after buying the company, says he does not want to be the CEO of any company

NASAs Artemis I rocket is heading to the moon after months of delays

The historic launch is the next step in NASAs Artemis exploration program which could lead to sending astronauts to Mars.

Hybrid cars top Consumer Reports new list of rankings

The magazine says hybrid cars provide years of trouble-free miles and a good defense against rising fuel prices.

NASAs new moon rocket blasts off on debut flight with three test dummies aboard

NASAs new moon rocket blasts off on debut flight with three test dummies aboard

NASA fixes new leak, resumes fueling moon rocket for launch

NASA has managed to plug a leak while fueling its new moon rocket for a middle-of-the-night launch

Twitter CEO Elon Musk reinstates Donald Trumps Twitter account

Mass resignations at Twitter as employees reject Musks demand for hardcore work

Commit hardcore or leave, Elon Musk tells Twitter employees

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