The White House is limiting drone strikes outside of active war zones as it reviews the cost to innocent life.
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The first real-world data shows coronavirus vaccines can help us forge a path out of the pandemic.
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Dr. Natasha Kathuria, an ER doctor based in Austin, Texas, said "we can't let our guards down this soon" amid the state's reopening plans.
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Experts say harmful metals, like lead, and bacteria, like Legionella, have likely entered the water systems at closed schools.
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'As a woman of color I have to prove I'm as competent and educated as everyone else.' Osinde says, though, that she uses her position to help others.
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CMNTY Culture is taking it slow. After all, Rome wasn't built in a day, and artists like Bruno Mars don't happen overnight.
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The CW's hit DC series, "The Flash," returns this week and later in March, Hulu's "Solar Opposites" comes back for season two.
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During the live event, executives from Shell, Facebook, and other influential companies will discuss what it takes to build a clean energy economy.
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Disney Plus' second original Marvel series, "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier," debuts this month after "WandaVision" concludes.
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The Nissan Juke can be said to be the model that gave birth to the urban crossover segment. After the launch of the first generation in 2010, other brands began producing similar cars, often with attractive body lines. The idea of a small SUV for the city proved to be a great success.
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The French automaker has unveiled its new 2D brand logo. The lion's head in the crest was used sixty years ago.
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German IT specialists are in demand in all sectors of the economy. Their average annual salary is 60,500 euros.
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The famed investor's company repurchased a record $25 billion of its stock last year, spending five times as much as it did in 2019.
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The definitive collection of the best investing stories Business Insider published during the week ended February 27.
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Companies advertise on TikTok differently than on any other platform - for many, users do more to promote the brands than the companies themselves.
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As the US recovers from a historically deep recession, several factors are aligning for a unique era of prosperity in the 2020s.
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"I understood that the governor wanted to sleep with me, and felt horribly uncomfortable and scared," the former aide said.
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Travelers coming in from the Democratic Republic of Congo and Guinea will have their info sent to local health departments for tracking purposes.
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TikTok has allowed LGBTQ creators to flourish and find community, but trans creators say the app's algorithm has led to harassment.
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Ergatta conducted months of research before launching the product, and focused on what influences customers' decision-making processes.
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