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The city of Detroit calls for pro-Trump attorneys Sidney Powell and Lin Wood to be disbarred for spreading 'objectively false allegations'


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'It was wartime': 3 survivors of the AIDS epidemic share the hard lessons on love and resiliency they learned in the '80s that are helping them make it through the coronavirus crisis


THE RACE TO REOPEN: A comprehensive guide for offices to safely and efficiently bring back workers


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A top PwC exec shares how companies can maintain the well-being of workers in a remote setting, and what the future has in store for the virtual workforce


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'There are massive risks': One of the world's top engineers explains why Boris Johnson's planned bridge from Scotland to Northern Ireland could be a disaster waiting to happen


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A company started by an Aussie took billions of photos from social media to create a facial-recognition database, and police are already using it


Why Coca-Cola invented Fanta in Nazi Germany