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Despite thousands of years of humans working the soil, there are still things to learn.

Floyd verdict gives hope, if only fleeting, to Black America

The conviction of ex-cop Derek Chauvin for murdering George Floyd inhales a sense of hope.

GOP leaders diverge on Trump, putting party in limbo

The very public pilgrimages have placed congressional Republicans at a crossroads.

Biden takes a risk pulling troops from Afghanistan

Biden is taking a calculated risk that extremists in Afghanistan can be countered by U.S. and partner forces

Business faces tricky path navigating post-Trump politics

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Women fighting fires in Florida: Colleagues’ support crucial

The firefighters’ success is notable in a profession that is so heavily male-dominated.

Will the Oscars be a ‘who cares’ moment as ratings dive?

Awards shows have suffered since the coronavirus shuttered theaters and live performances.

Vast archives at JFK Library help bring ‘Hemingway’ to life

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People are coming together again, in some of the ways they used to. But not everyone is racing back.

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Password sharing is estimated to cost streaming services several billion dollars a year in lost revenue.

Disney World and Universal Studios loosen pandemic mask requirements

Florida’s major theme parks are adjusting their face mask policies.

Bleak futures fuel widespread protests by young Colombians

They have taken the brunt of the tear gas and gunshots from security forces, and dozens have paid for it with their lives.

‘There was no going back’: Migrants send kids into US alone

Growing numbers of migrant families are making the heart-wrenching decision to separate from their children.
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