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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he's willing to testify in front of Congress over a huge data gathering scandal. In an interview with CNN, Zuckerberg said he is "really sorry" that data firm Cambridge Analytica improperly accessed data from over 50-million people without users' knowledge. The firm was linked to President Trump's 2016 election campaign and used the information to target users during the election.        Austin police say there is a video confession from bombing suspect Mark Conditt, who blew himself up as police closed in on him yesterday. Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said Conditt detailed seven explosive devices in his confession, and all of those devices have been found. He also said that Conditt's statement indicated no influence of terror or hate. Manley described it as an outcry of a man talking about his life challenges.        President Trump is said to be readying trade sanctions against China. The administration wants to punish China for theft of American intellectual property with new tariffs on over a hundred different Chinese goods valued at more than 50-billion-dollars. An announcement on the new tariffs could come as soon as today.        Congressional lawmakers have agreed to a one-point-three-trillion-dollar spending bill. The package funds the government through September. It includes an additional 80-billion-dollars in defense spending. It does not include protections for immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children, something Democrats hoped to have in the bill. Congress has to pass the spending bill by midnight Friday.        Los Angeles police are giving the all-clear after investigating a FedEx package sent from Austin, Texas, where a serial bomber had terrorized the city for weeks. The person who received this package was not expecting it and called the police because the Austin bomber had used FedEx to send several bombs over the past month. Police have determined there was no threat from the package in L.A.        A woman who worked with Fred Savage on a FOX-TV show is filing suit the actor and the network. She has filed a lawsuit for harassment, assault, battery and discrimination for an alleged incident in 2015. The woman was working in wardrobe for "The Grinder" and claims she was verbally abused by "The Wonder Years" actor. She alleges that at one point, as she was dusting off his clothing, he became upset and "violently struck" her three times.