A new report is allegeding members of Congress and their staff were in discussions about events to protest last year's presidential election. The report by Rolling Stone cites two individuals involved in the process. One is reportedly an organizer while the other is a planner of the rally in Washington, DC. They say Republicans including Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia along with Paul Gosar and Andy Biggs of Arizona participated in talks about the events or had their staff members join in on the conversations. The rally organizer says Gosar brought up a possible "blanket pardon" in an unrelated probe.       Mixing and matching boosters is effective against COVID-19, according to CDC Director Rochelle Walensky. Speaking NBC's Meet the Press, Walensky said the data shows that every vaccine approved for use in the U.S. can be used as a booster shot regardless of what a person originally received. She added the FDA will be reviewing the use of the vaccines for kids five to eleven and hopes to have a decision by the start of next week. Walensky also mentioned there's no plan to stop flights coming to the U.S. from Europe despite the spread of the Delta-plus variant in England.       The Facebook whistleblower says shareholders would push out the company's CEO if they were able to do so. Frances Haugen told the Observer shareholders are seeking one share, one vote. She then said she believes Mark Zuckerberg would be removed as CEO if those who owned stock in the company had their say, adding, "He has all the control." Haugen recently testified before Congress and said executives at the social media giant put profits over users' health and safety       Amanda Knox is welcoming the birth of her first child, Eureka Muse Knox-Robinson. The 34-year-old Washington state woman is known for being put in prison in Italy for the murder of her roommate, but then later being acquitted. The new mother posted about the birth on Instagram with a photo of her holding her daughter, which Knox says will be the only photo she posts of her child.       The World Series starts Tuesday in Houston. It'll be Atlanta taking on the Houston Astros after the Braves defeated the Dodgers 4-2 on Saturday night. The Atlanta Braves are in the Fall Classic for the first time in 22 years.