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Ousted Sri Lanka PM's party asks Facebook to protect users

Associated Press

The ousted Sri Lankan prime minister's party is urging Facebook to safeguard the identity of the party's supporters on the social media platform, fearing information sharing with what it calls the country's illegal government can lead to a crackdown against the users.

FILE - In this Nov. 6, 2018, file photo, Rep. Beto O'Rourke, makes his concession speech at his election night party in El Paso, Texas, after being defeated by Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas. One of the largest outside Democratic groups says ramped up spending on digital advertising played a key role in midterm battleground races, offering a lesson for potential presidential contenders in 2020.(AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)

Democrats gear up for more digital spending in 2020

- Associated Press

One of the largest outside Democratic groups says ramped-up spending on digital advertising played a key role in midterm battleground races, offering a lesson for potential presidential contenders in 2020.

Midwest women join climate change group in Antarctica

- Associated Press

"Chicago is the coldest place I've ever been," said Jing Hu, who came from southern China to do her postdoctoral work in materials science at Argonne National Laboratory outside Chicago.

Argentina's Defense Minister Oscar Aguad attends a press conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018. Argentina's navy announced early Saturday that they have located the missing submarine ARA San Juan in the Atlantic, a year after it disappeared with 44 crew members aboard.(AP Photo/Pablo Stefanec)

Argentina minister says country without means to rescue sub

- Associated Press

Hours after announcing the discovery of an Argentine submarine lost deep in the Atlantic a year ago with 44 crew members aboard, the government said Saturday that it is unable to recover the vessel, drawing anger from missing sailors' relatives who demanded that it be raised.

Suspected Russian hackers impersonate State Department aide

- Associated Press

U.S. cybersecurity experts say hackers impersonating a State Department official have targeted U.S. government agencies, businesses and think tanks in an attack that bears similarity to past campaigns linked to Russia.