Lawmakers are expected to grill Mr. Mosseri over leaked internal research that said the app had a toxic effect on some teenagers.
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Cryptocurrency Chiefs Go to Congress for Landmark Hearing
The chief executives of six cryptocurrency companies will face questions from the House Financial Services Committee about risk and regulation.
The Achilles’ Heel of Biden’s Climate Plan? Coal Miners.
Unions representing other workers affected by climate legislation have struck deals, but opposition from coal miners has persisted, complicating the path to enactment.
Chris Magnus Confirmed to Lead Customs and Border Protection
Mr. Magnus, the police chief in Tucson, Ariz., will seek to win the trust of the U.S. Border Patrol, an agency championed by former President Donald J. Trump.
Lawmakers Reach Deal to Overhaul How Military Handles Sexual Assault Cases
Under the agreement, commanders’ powers would be clipped after years of complaints about unfairness and retaliation.
Pfizer’s vaccine provides some protection against Omicron, a lab study suggests.
A South African study found that Omicron may dull the power of coronavirus vaccines, but hinted that booster shots might help.
Debate Over ‘Packing’ Supreme Court Divides Biden Panel
The bipartisan group voted 34 to 0 to send the president a report analyzing ideas like Supreme Court expansion, but it declined to take a stand.
Joe Biden and the Political Limits of Competence
Amid sinking poll numbers and a stalled agenda, the president has made a subtle shift in his political strategy.
Biden and Putin Hold Virtual Summit Over Ukraine
President Biden said a Russian invasion of Ukraine would result in heavy economic penalties for Mr. Putin
In Bob Dole’s Hometown, Kansans Grieve for the Man and His Political Style
Residents of Russell, the town in Kansas where Mr. Dole grew up, spoke longingly of a bygone era of bipartisanship.