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Feb. 22, 2021: Stevie Wonder Moving to Ghana, Malware on Macs and More

Feb. 22, 2021: Stevie Wonder Moving to Ghana, Malware on Macs and More

Welcome to Word on the Street where we discuss the top five most interesting links of the day. Here is what’s hot for Monday, February 22, 2021:

Stevie Wonder Moving to Ghana: Legendary singer and songwriter Stevie Wonder is moving to Ghana permanently. He announced the move in an interview with Oprah.

New Malware Found on Macs: A previously unknown malware has found its way onto at least 30,000 Macintosh computers, including MacBook Pros featuring the M1 processor.

Engine Failure During Flight Leads to Grounding of 777s: A Boeing 777 experienced an engine failure shortly after takeoff on a United Airlines flight from Denver to Honolulu. As a result, 777s with Pratt & Whitney 4000-112 engines have been grounded.

Barack Obama, Bruce Springsteen Launch Podcast: Former president Barack Obama and musician Bruce Springsteen are launching an eight-episode series podcast chronicling their unlikely friendship, forged during the 2008 presidential campaign.

Malcolm X Family Reveals Letter Implicating FBI in His Assassination: The family of Malcolm X has revealed a letter from a former police officer implicating the FBI and NYPD in the assassination of Malcolm X. The deathbed letter from former NYPD officer Raymond Wood states that he was coerced to entice members of Malcolm X’s security detail to commit crimes in the days before he was killed.

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