Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, the critical spotlight on Facebook intensified this weekend as several major media outlets published new reports based on internal company documents, the wall street journal, for example, citing the documents said Facebook's employees suggested changes that could slow the spread of viral content. However ahead of the 2020 us presidential election, Facebook executives reportedly resisted efforts to dial back features that [00:00:30] help amplify false and inflammatory content because they feared doing so could harm the platform's usage and growth in science. Researchers have found that the extinction of the Willie mammoth likely had very little to do with humans. The likely a culprit according to their models was rapid climate change that ultimately wiped out the creature's food supply, Uche Wang, a zoologist, and first author of the paper set in a statement. We have shown that climate change specifically precipitation directly drives [00:01:00] the change in humans had no impact on the Mamo at all, based on our models. And finally, in entertainment news, Ryan Goling could be playing the man of Barbie's dreams in an upcoming Warner brothers film about the Mattel dolls. According to a report by deadline Goling is reportedly in final negotiations to play Ken in the movie, which directed by Greta goig and star Margo Robbie as Barbie stay up to date with the latest by [00:01:30] visiting CNET.