International agreements are to make sure all countries have equitable access to vaccines. But Vox argues that the U.S. and other wealthy countries need to do more. One obstacle to fair distribution is price transparency: NPR looks at why many developing countries are paying much higher prices for doses.
Since Election Day, at least six Facebook employees have resigned while calling out the company’s leaders for failing to address the spread of misinformation and hate speech on the platform. BuzzFeed News reports on former employees who say Facebook’s leadership is working against its own content-moderation policies.
In 1955, Black teen Claudette Colvin was arrested for refusing to give up her bus seat in Montgomery, Alabama, 10 months before Rosa Parks got national attention for a similar act of civil disobedience. Colvin spoke with CNN for a new series called “History Refocused.”
Yesterday, electronic-music duo Daft Punk announced they’re calling it quits. GQ takes a look at the iconic group’s influence on music and culture. And the L.A. Times looks at their 10 greatest moments.