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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.

Silicon Valley entrepreneur Mitch Kapor says Zuckerberg — set to appear before Congress on Tuesday and Wednesday — is at a crossroads, and reflects on his performance as a leader in the public eye.

Facebook was first mentioned on NPR on Aug. 19, 2004 in a story about a Harvard University website called "The Facebook." Two months later the name "Mark Zuckerberg" first appeared in a story about a site called and the legal battle that ensued.

Last year, imports of elastic knit pants surpassed imports of denim jeans for the first time. Big brands like Levi's are now changing their designs to reclaim customers.

President Trump denounced the suspected poison gas attack in Syria that took place over the weekend and said the U.S. would soon decide how to respond.

After the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., some students feel like they're being left out of the national discussion about gun violence — even though they were already talking about guns before the shooting happened.

"Across the board, we have a responsibility to not just build tools, but to make sure those tools are used for good," the founder and CEO of Facebook will say in his prepared remarks to the House.

The president unloaded on special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation and Attorney General Jeff Sessions hours after the FBI executed search warrants against Michael Cohen.

Over the weekend 15 members of a Canadian youth hockey team were killed in a bus collision in rural Saskatchewan. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks to Globe and Mail reporter Carrie Tait about how the community is coping.




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