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Tuesday Headlines: It wouldn’t be the end of the world.

In violation of US agreements, Saudi Arabia and the UAE have given American-made weapons to al Qaeda, Iran-backed rebels, Salafi militias, and other factions waging war in Yemen.

Federal prosecutors have ordered Trump's inaugural committee to hand over financial documents, potentially to investigate money laundering or election fraud.

A Russian-born lobbyist received a half-million dollars in suspicious payments before and after he attended the secretive Trump Tower meeting in June 2016.

How Russia is trying to exploit US legal processes to curtail Mueller's investigation, to little effect so far.

Since the midterms, Trump's days have been dominated by "executive time"; beyond Twitter and TV, it means undisclosed meetings.

Trump nominates David Bernhardt, a former oil and gas lobbyist, to replace Ryan Zinke as head of the Dept. of the Interior.

After publishing the racist photo from Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's yearbook page and then following it up with sexual assault allegations against Justin Fairfax, Northam's lieutenant governor, a website founded by a former Daily Caller and Breitbart reporter has dealt two major blows to Virginia's Democratic leadership.

Tax nerds suggest ways to get the rich to pay their fair share—more efficient than amending tax rates would be closing loopholes.

"The levels of inequality we’re seeing now are pretty extraordinary." Decades of unchecked capitalism are crushing millennials.

Obesity-related cancer rates are rising among Americans between 24 and 49, but are mostly stable or dropping in younger groups.

A new book theorizes that humans will begin a population decline in "roughly three decades" that "will never end."

Video: Aerial views of how humanity has shaped Earth's surface, with a voiceover by philosopher Alan Watts.

Old photos and postcards of Mosul held in front of the ruins where the landmarks stood prior to the Islamic State.

"Orwellian when accurate, Kafkaesque when inaccurate." Beware adulation of surveillance tech, which fails enough to be dangerous.

Hackers in Iran are collecting people's travel and call data—which isn't easily monetized, and therefore could be government-led.

Facebook recently banned sexual slang; YouTube bans users for sex ed or LGBTQ content because it might be about sex; Twitter has a mysterious sex-shadowban that no one can get a straight answer on... Google Drive scans your files and deletes what it believes to be explicit content. Apple just straight-up hates sex. The internet is at war with sex, allowing hate to roam free.

This year's Super Bowl had the lowest viewership in a decade, following the same trend as all other major programming events. And ad sales followed suit, dropping by 6% in comparison to last year.

It remains unclear whether the egg started as a fun exercise in viral social media...or was destined to be an ad from the start.

A reviewer downloaded and played, in chronological order of release, all 17 available Angry Birds games.

“I said, ‘Danny, you have to pay the bills. If you don’t pay the bill, they open up the lock and sell the stuff at auction or, if it looks uninteresting, throw it away.’ He sounded very uninterested. I said, ‘How about I pay the bill and go look and see if there’s anything I can buy from you?’ He said sure.” How a music lover saved lost Stooges recordings from an uncertain fate.

A creative street sign in Queens commemorates the location of a church whose basement is the birthplace of Scrabble.