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The attack was horrendous: Three generations of a Muslim-Canadian family killed, leaving a 9-year-old child orphaned.

The motive was horrific: Police say the pickup driver, who mowed into them, targeted them because of their faith.

But as friends gather for the family's janazah, or funeral prayer, on Saturday, they want the Afzaal family remembered as more than just victims of a heinous hate crime.

Muslims are very rarely depicted in movies, and when they are, it's usually as a stereotypical terrorist, what Oscar nominated actor Riz Ahmed calls a "dangerous trope." Having spoken out about this issue for several years, he's been looking for hard data. Now's he got it.

Buying a coffee and grabbing a train is already possible with an iPhone, but Apple wants to replace the physical wallet completely.

To that end, earlier this week Apple announced a new feature to let users scan their drivers licenses and save it to their iPhones to use as a legitimate form of identification.

Updated June 11, 2021 at 7:11 PM ET

U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland on Friday offered a fierce defense of voting rights, which he described as an indisputable "cornerstone" of American democracy, as he outlined a series of measures meant to protect those rights.

When Asha Gond first started skateboarding, neighbors in her village of Janwar in central India were aghast. They urged the teenager's parents to keep her busy with housework or get her married. When she walked through the village, skateboard in hand, they would sneer at her and make disparaging comments. Skateboarding is for boys, Gond, now 21, recalls the villagers saying.

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