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National’s housing u-turn promotes urban sprawl – cities and ratepayers will pick up the bill

By Timothy Welch

By withdrawing its support for the Medium Density Residential Standards (MDRS) it helped introduce in the first place, the National Party has essentially only made a soft policy even softer. Lauded by many as progress...

Summer fireworks can traumatize pets and cause wildlife to flee

By Kendra Coulter

Fireworks have become a fixture of many celebrations around the world, from weddings to national holidays. But there are many among us, including the furry, feathered and finned, who feel fear with every thundering...

Intergenerational Day: How bringing different generations together can support our mental well-being

By Jason Proulx Et Al

You old bag! Herb receiving birthday cards from students in the iGen program. Author provided To many, this phrase might spark confusion or concern. But, for Herb, a long-term care resident of Saskatoons...

Holograms and AI can bring performers back from the dead – but will the fans keep buying it?

By Justin Matthews Et Al

Fans can mourn the passing of music legends for years, the hits echoing long after the original voice is silenced. Little wonder, then, that recent advances in holographic technology and artificial intelligence have found...

I need a flu shot and a COVID booster. Can I get them at the same time?

By Vasso Apostolopoulos Et Al

Cases of influenza (the flu) and COVID are set to rise over winter, with many Australians looking to protect themselves from both of these respiratory viruses. For most adults, if it has been six months since you had...

30 years of winning love by daylight: why audiences are still obsessed with Sailor Moon

By Emerald L King

Sailor Moon has been with us for over 30 years, but the cartoon series is popular enough that brands are still producing themed merchandise everything from high end, crystal-encrusted Jimmy Choos to Black Milk leggings...

Ukraine war: why Putin's appeals to masculinity to recruit for the military will not work

By Charlie Walker

Hardliners in Russia have been calling for a full-scale mobilisation for some time, but so far Vladimir Putin has resisted the temptation for a full call-up due to its expected unpopularity. Instead, Russia is attempting...

South Africa's power blackouts: solutions lie in solar farms and battery storage at scale, and an end to state monopoly

By David Richard Walwyn

Rolling blackouts are costing South Africa dearly. The electricity crisis is a barrier to growth, destroys investor confidence and handicaps almost every economic activity. It has raised input costs for producers and...

Billions is spent on cancer research globally – but is it money well spent?

By Michael Head Et Al

In 2020, 19 million people around the world received a cancer diagnosis. By 2040, that number is expected to reach 28 million. Poorer countries will be especially hard hit, with an increasing number of cases and more...

Moscow drone attacks are a morale booster for Ukraine and a warning for Russia – here's why

By David Hastings Dunn Et Al

A wave of approximately 30 drones appeared in skies around the Russian capital, Moscow, on May 30. Though widely sensationalised as a major attack against the heart of the Russian government, they caused only minor damage,...

Why UK inflation is so high compared to EU and US and what to do about it

By Edward Thomas Jones Et Al

Britain has a bigger inflation problem than either the US or the eurozone, according to Bank of England policymaker Catherine Mann. The latest official UK inflation figures show UK price rises have slowed from double...

Psychoanalysing Succession’s tense finale – a Freudian suspension of pleasure

By Daniel Brookes

Warning: the following article contains spoilers. Sigmund Freud, the 20th century titan of psychoanalysis, would doubtless have plenty to say about the Roy family, had the characters ever plopped down on his treatment...

How food insecurity affects people's rights to choose whether or not to have children, and how they parent

By Jasmine Fledderjohann Et Al

Food insecurity difficulties getting enough nutritious food for a healthy life is a growing problem globally. It has been linked to many health and social problems including malnutrition, difficulties managing diabetes,...

No, AI probably won’t kill us all – and there’s more to this fear campaign than meets the eye

By Michael Timothy Bennett

Doomsaying is an old occupation. Artificial intelligence (AI) is a complex subject. Its easy to fear what you dont understand. These three truths go some way towards explaining the oversimplification and dramatisation...

Did 'wokeness' cancel Police Ten 7? New research suggests racial stereotyping was the real culprit

By Antje Deckert Et Al

When TVNZ cancelled reality TV show Police Ten 7 earlier this year, it certainly rattled some law-and-order cages. The shows former host Graham Bell, who described suspects variously as creeps, halfwits, low-lifes,...

Daniel Penny's GiveSendGo campaign: Crowdfunding primarily benefits the most privileged

By Jeremy Snyder

A former United States Marine was recently charged with second-degree manslaughter for fatally choking a 30-year-old Black man, Jordan Neely, on a New York subway train. A GiveSendGo crowdfunding campaign has raised...

The first line of vaccines was highly effective at restricting COVID-19’s damage

By Nana Wu Et Al

After more than three years of COVID-19, the World Health Organization (WHO) reports that over 763 million infections, and nearly seven million deaths, have been attributed to SARS-CoV-2. COVID-19 vaccination was deemed...

It's not just climate – we've already breached most of the Earth's limits. A safer, fairer future means treading lightly

By Steven J Lade Et Al

People once believed the planet could always accommodate us. That the resilience of the Earth system meant nature would always provide. But we now know this is not necessarily the case. As big as the world is, our impact...

Closing the First Nations employment gap will take 100 years

By Reza M. Monem Et Al

In 2008 Australias federal, state and territory governments set the goal of halving the employment gap between First Nations Australians and others within a decade. That required, by 2018, lifting the employment rate for...

Making NZ's tax system fairer is a good idea – but this proposed new law isn't the answer

By Jonathan Barrett

Its no secret that Revenue Minister David Parker has long been interested in tax reform in New Zealand. In 2022, he announced plans for legislation requiring future tax policy changes to be measured against a set of tax...

Mr. Associated Press: How 20th-century journalism titan Kent Cooper transformed the news industry

By Gene Allen

On the day of Kent Coopers funeral in February 1965, the flow of news through the international Associated Press network the institution he spent a 40-year career building came to a complete stop. In scores of AP...

Recycling: what you can and can't recycle and why it's so confusing

By Matthew Derry

When it comes to recycling are you a wishcycler? No, I didnt know what this term meant until recently either apparently its when people try to recycle items that should be thrown away instead. And the government are...

Why 40°C is bearable in a desert but lethal in the tropics

By Alan Thomas Kennedy-Asser Et Al

This year, even before the northern hemisphere hot season began, temperature records were being shattered. Spain for instance saw temperatures in April (38.8C) that would be out of the ordinary even at the peak of summer....

How to hone your leadership skills, and what your company can do to help

By Zara Whysall

The UK labour market has finally started to see a fall in vacancies following a post-COVID spike in open positions. But there are still more than a million job vacancies, which are damaging the economy by preventing firms...

Kenya at 60: how the British used street names to show colonial power

By Melissa Wanjiru-Mwita

Place names, along with other urban symbols, were used as a tool of control over space in many African countries during the colonial period. This strategy was epitomised by the British, who applied it in Nairobi and other...

AI can replicate human creativity in two key ways – but falls apart when asked to produce something truly new

By Chloe Preece Et Al

Is computational creativity possible? The recent hype around generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools such as ChatGPT, Midjourney, Dall-E and many others, raises new questions about whether creativity is a uniquely...

Amid fears of Chinese influence, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States has grown more powerful

By Amitrajeet A. Batabyal

A Chinese private equity firm, Primavera Capital Group, acquired the well-known test preparation company Princeton Review and an online learning platform, Tutor.com, in May 2023. The move, like other Chinese investments...

If we're going to label AI an 'extinction risk', we need to clarify how it could happen

By Nello Cristianini

This week a group of well-known and reputable AI researchers signed a statement consisting of 22 words: Mitigating the risk of extinction from AI should be a global priority alongside other societal-scale risks such...

Succession finale: HBO’s epic family drama comes to an end

By Gill Jamieson

Warning: the following article contains spoilers. Succession, HBOs searing indictment of late capitalism, has finally ended for good. And what an ending. The warring siblings Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Shiv (Sarah...

It's time to end Western Australia's $4 billion-per-year GST bonus

By Robert Breunig

The Morrison governments decision to give a special deal to Western Australia for the distribution of the income from the goods and service tax is one of the worst public policy decisions made in Australia in the past two...

Technology is far from a silver bullet for solving homelessness or child welfare issues

By Aron Lee Rosenberg Et Al

In 1921, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Christian Lous Lange stated: Technology is a useful servant but a dangerous master. A century later in a digital landscape where technology giants strive to move fast and break...

Disney's The Little Mermaid review: Ariel finally finds her feminist voice

By Robyn Muir

Warning: the following article contains spoilers. I was brimming with nerves and excitement as I took my seat to watch Disneys seventh live action princess film. As a Disney fan, their live action remakes help me...

South Africa has changed its electoral law, but a much more serious overhaul is needed

By Mashupye Herbert Maserumule

South African president Cyril Ramaphosa recently signed into law a change to the countrys electoral act to allow individuals to contest national and provincial elections independently of political parties. The change...

Automation risks creating a two-tier workforce of haves and have-nots

By Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay

The recent news that BT would reduce its workforce by as many as 55,000 by 2030, including about 10,000 jobs replaced by artificial intelligence (AI), is part of a growing trend of job losses globally due to various forms...

How can Congress regulate AI? Erect guardrails, ensure accountability and address monopolistic power

By Anjana Susarla

Takeaways: A new federal agency to regulate AI sounds helpful but could become unduly influenced by the tech industry. Instead, Congress can legislate accountability. Instead of licensing companies to...

Your body naturally produces opioids without causing addiction or overdose – studying how this process works could help reduce the side effects of opioid drugs

By John Michael Streicher

Opioid drugs such as morphine and fentanyl are like the two-faced Roman god Janus: The kindly face delivers pain relief to millions of sufferers, while the grim face drives an opioid abuse and overdose crisis that claimed...

Expert advice for budding UK entrepreneurs during a cost of living crisis

By Robert Crammond

Getting your foot on the career ladder can be a challenging experience. Looking for the right role within the right organisation or sector is often competitive, uncertain and stressful. These kinds of concerns may be...

Tobacco use is costly, but so is quitting. Surveys of 8 African countries show who needs help

By Sam Filby

Tobacco use imposes a large health and economic burden worldwide. Research estimates that, in 2019, about 8 million deaths were attributable to tobacco smoking. Tobacco also reduces years of healthy living: about 200...

Revenge, excitement, or profit: why do people commit arson?

By Xanthe Mallett Et Al

The huge blaze that struck Randle Street in central Sydney last week is now the subject of an arson investigation, authorities have confirmed. Many details remain unclear, including the safety and whereabouts of some of...

The FDA finally approved Elon Musk's Neuralink chip for human trials. Have all the concerns been addressed?

By David Tuffley

Since its founding in 2016, Elon Musks neurotechnology company Neuralink has had the ambitious mission to build a next-generation brain implant with at least 100 times more brain connections than devices currently approved...

What are the long-term effects of quitting social media? Almost nobody can log off long enough to find out

By John Malouff

Being on social media has become synonymous with living in the 21st century. Year after year, we see new platforms and smarter algorithms roping us into highly addictive online worlds. Now, a growing number of people...

Rupert Murdoch: how a 22-year-old 'zealous Laborite' turned into a tabloid tsar

By Sally Young

In September 1953, Rupert Murdoch arrived in sleepy Adelaide to take up his inheritance of News Limited. He was only 22 and had little experience of working at a newspaper, let alone running one, but his family had...

NATO must tread carefully in Southeast Asia, where painful memories of colonialism remain

By Shaun Narine

NATOs incursion into the Indo-Pacific region is a move that will exacerbate regional conflicts and tensions. Thats because NATO cannot be separated from the history of European colonialism and imperialism that shaped...

China in Africa: Kenya railway study shows investment projects aren’t a one-way street

By Gediminas Lesutis Et Al

China is an important economic player in Africa. In 2021 alone, China accounted for nearly US$5 billion in foreign direct investment in African countries. The rapidly increasing Chinese presence across Africa has become a...

Kids missing school: Why it's happening -- and how to stop it

By Joshua Childs

Chronic absenteeism defined as a students missing approximately 18 days of the school year is on the rise. Compared with the years preceding the COVID-19 pandemic, almost three-quarters of U.S. public schools are now...

What really started the American Civil War?

By Robert Gudmestad

What really started the Civil War? Abbey, age 7, Stone Ridge, New York The U.S. citizenship test which immigrants must pass before becoming citizens of the United States has this question: Name one problem that...

Can high-stakes debt-ceiling brinkmanship in the US lead to unprecedented political unity?

By Jared Mondschein

Congress appears to be on the cusp of passing legislation that would not only avoid an unprecedented US government default and economic catastrophe but also provide some much-needed political stability in...

Is it true the faster you lose weight the quicker it comes back? Here's what we know about slow and fast weight loss

By Nick Fuller

When people decide its time to lose weight, theyre usually keen to see quick results. Maybe they have an event coming up or want relief from health problems and discomfort. But expert guidelines typically recommend...

Why taxing the world's biggest companies at 15% won't fix the gaping hole in global tax rules

By Kerrie Sadiq Et Al

Australias federal government has a plan to discourage companies from shifting profits to tax havens. The idea is to impose a global minimum tax on large Australian and foreign-owned companies with subsidiaries in low or...

Over half of eligible aged care residents are yet to receive their COVID booster. And winter is coming

By Hassan Vally

As Australia heads towards the fourth winter of the pandemic, we have once again started seeing an increase in the level of COVID circulating. With this comes an increased risk of infection and serious illness. Elderly...

War in Ukraine might give the Chinese yuan the boost it needs to become a major global currency

The Chinese economys sheer size and rapid growth are impressive. China maintained one of the highest economic growth rates in the world for more than a quarter of a century, helping lift over 800 million people out of...

Europe Roundup: Euro dips against dollar, European shares flat, Gold slips, Oil rises on Saudi plan to deepen output cuts from July

12:29 PM|Market Roundups

Market Roundup German Apr Trade Balance 18.4B,16.0B forecast,16.7B previous German Apr Imports (MoM) -1.7%,-1.0% forecast,-6.4% previous German Apr Exports (MoM) 1.2%,-2.5% forecast,-5.2% previous Swiss May...

Twitter Onboards Joe Benarroch, Former NBCUniversal Exec, Amidst Management Shake-Up

09:46 AM|BusinessEconomy

Twitter Onboards Joe Benarroch, Former NBCUniversal Exec, Amidst Management Shake-Up
  • Twitter is Getting a New CEO, Elon Musk Confirms via Tweet

IndiGo Strikes Historic Deal With Airbus, Outstripping Boeing With Record 500-Jet Order

09:29 AM|EconomyBusiness

IndiGo Strikes Historic Deal With Airbus, Outstripping Boeing With Record 500-Jet Order
  • US, EU end Airbus-Boeing dispute to focus on threat from China

Disney Plus, Hulu Scrap Shows as Walt Disney Reports $1.5B Write-Off Charge

09:15 AM|BusinessEconomy

Disney Plus, Hulu Scrap Shows as Walt Disney Reports $1.5B Write-Off Charge
  • Disney to Roll Out All-in-One Streaming App with Hulu and Disney Plus Content

Coca-Cola, Oriental Brewery, Other Retailers in Korea Shifting to Recycled Plastic to Attract Customers

06:57 AM|BusinessEconomy

Coca-Cola, Oriental Brewery, Other Retailers in Korea Shifting to Recycled Plastic to Attract Customers
  • LG Chem, CJ Logistics join forces to recycle packaging wraps from distribution facilities

Qatar Airways Bids Farewell to First-Class Seats Amid Strategic Shift

08:06 AM|BusinessEconomy

Qatar Airways Bids Farewell to First-Class Seats Amid Strategic Shift
  • Qatar Airways announces hiring of 10,000 staff to prepare for FIFA World Cup 2022

Top Stories

Are rich people more intelligent? Here's what the science says

By Giovanni Sala Et Al - 03:27 AM|Entertainment

From White Lotus to Succession, theres high demand for television dramas about the super rich. The characters on these shows are typically portrayed as entitled, hollow and sad. But they arent necessarily depicted as...

House approval of debt ceiling deal a triumph of the political center

By Matt Harris - 03:31 AM|Politics

Talking with a friend about the debt ceiling negotiations, I mentioned that there were incentives for centrists in Congress to cobble together a deal. My friend said, incredulously, Do we actually have centrists in...

How raising tobacco taxes can save lives and cut poverty across the Asia-Pacific

By Sudyumna Dahal - 03:32 AM|EconomyLaw

The human costs of tobacco and smoking worldwide are huge. 1.3 billion people use tobacco, mostly in low- and middle-income countries. More than 8 million people die prematurely because of tobacco, at an annual economic...

Debate: The end of the internal-combustion car: why competition is vital to bringing about cleaner transport

By Anna Souakri Et Al - 11:35 AM|TechnologyBusiness

On 7 March 2023, just as the European Council was preparing to vote on a ban on the sale of new internal combustion engine cars in Europe from 2035, something went wrong: Germany, whose vote was essential for the measure...

Spanish elections: why devastating local losses to the right have forced socialist prime minister Pedro Sánchez to call an early national vote

By Juan Luis Manfredi - 11:35 AM|Politics

The local and regional elections that took place the 28th May have shaken up the political chessboard in Spain. The right-wing Partido Popular took the largest proportion of votes and now has the largest number of seats in...

Digital Currency Revolution

Meet the EU's answer to crypto: the e-euro

By Iordanis Kalaitzoglou - 11:34 AM|Digital CurrencyTechnology

In a bid to play catch up with technology companies and younger generations of consumers, central banks are finally starting to take digital currencies seriously. Countries such as Sweden, China, and India have establish...

Technology is radically changing sleep as we know it

By Catherine Coveney Et Al - 11:38 AM|Technology

From sleep trackers to wakefulness drugs, the 21st century has seen an influx of new technology that could radically alter the way we sleep. Many of these new technologies chase the dream of optimised slumber. They...

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Climate Change Series It's not just climate – we've already breached most of the Earth's limits. A safer, fairer future means treading lightly
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Economy

Toyota Crown Makes a Comeback in South Korea After 51-Year Hiatus: Unveils New Hybrid Crossover

Toyota Motors revives its iconic Crown model in South Korea, marking its first return after a 51-year absence. The 2023 Crown, shifting from its original sedan format, arrives as a crossover utility vehicle equipped with a...

Epson Unveils Eco-Friendly Printers in South Korea for Sustainability

Epson Korea recently debuted its line of environmentally-friendly printers. The machines are multi-functional and designed for businesses in the country. The Korea Times reported that the new Epson printers are...

CEO: It Doesn't Make Sense for Ferrari to Buy Other Supercar Makers

Ferrari CEO Benedetto Vigna reveals the companys strategic focus on partnerships and in-house innovation rather than acquiring other sports car makers. The luxury car brand aims to maintain its DNA while actively exploring...

Burger King Unveils Plant-Based 'Burgerrito' in Menu Expansion; Peter Perdue Promoted to COO

Burger King is spicing up its menu with a test run of the Burgerrito, a plant-based burger featuring a blend of beans, corn, and Mexican spices, priced at $5.75. This move caters to the growing demand for non-meat options,...

Spotify Slashes Podcast Team: 200 Jobs Cut in Strategic Realignment

Spotify announced Monday the layoff of 200 employees, affecting its podcast division in a significant strategic realignment. This accounts for two percent of the global workforce, part of a bid to enhance partnerships with...

Politics

UK: UN Rights Chief Expresses Concerns Over Migration Bill

The United Nations human rights chief has expressed his concerns to the British government about its legislation to combat illegal migration. The human rights chief cited concerns that it would bar people from seeking...

Russia-Ukraine War: NATO to Narrow Divisions Over Ukraine's Membership Bid in Oslo Meeting

The foreign ministers of the NATO countries are looking to narrow down the divisions surrounding Ukraines bid to join the alliance in the upcoming meeting in Oslo this week. This comes as Ukraines allies are also at odds...

EU Parliament to Question Hungary's Ability to Hold EU Presidency Over Record on Rule of Law

The European Parliament is set to question Hungarys ability to hold the European Unions rotating presidency next year. The EU parliament cited Hungarys record on the rule of law. A draft parliamentary resolution by the...

Iran: IAEA Resolves Nuclear Issues Related to Sites With Uranium Particles

The International Atomic Energy Agency has reportedly resolved the nuclear issues with Iran related to a site where uranium particles were found. The issue comes as talks to restore the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran remain...

UK: Ministers Given More Time to Turn in Messages From Boris Johnson to Public COVID Inquiry

British ministers were given more time to turn in messages from former Prime Minister Boris Johnson as part of the public inquiry into the governments response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The extra time comes amid a...

Science

Drilling down on treatment-resistant fungi with molecular machines

`Fungi are present on the skin of around 70% of the population, without causing harm or benefit. Some fungal infections, like athletes foot, are minor. Others, like Candida albicans, can be deadly especially for...

Astronomers detected two major targets with a single telescope – a mysterious signal and its source galaxy

Astronomers have been working to better understand the galactic environments of fast radio bursts (FRBs) intense, momentary bursts of energy occurring in mere milliseconds and with unknown cosmic origins. Now, a study...

Biodegradable plastic in clothing doesn't break down nearly as quickly as hoped – new research

Plastic pollution has emerged as one of the most pressing environmental challenges of our time. Over 100 million tonnes of plastic enters the environment each year, with more than 10 million tonnes ending up in our oceans....

Gravitational wave detector LIGO is back online after 3 years of upgrades – how the world's most sensitive yardstick reveals secrets of the universe

After a three-year hiatus, scientists in the U.S. have just turned on detectors capable of measuring gravitational waves - tiny ripples in space itself that travel through the universe. Unlike light waves, gravitational...

Why don't rocks burn?

While many rocks dont burn, some of them do. It depends on what the rocks are made of and thats related to how they were formed. There are three main rock types: igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic. These rocks are...

Technology

Microsoft Reportedly Removing Activision Blizzard From UK to Fight Acquisition Roadblock

Microsoft Corporation is reportedly planning to pull out Activision Blizzard from the United Kingdom, which has previously blocked its acquisition deal with the Santa Monica, California-headquartered video game holding...

Korea’s Netmarble Set to Release Three New Game Titles to Stop Losses

Netmarble Corporation, a South Korean mobile game developer which is also considered the largest mobile-gaming firm in the country, is set to release three new games, and the drops are starting in July. According to The...

Meta Platforms Threaten to Block News Access in California Over Ad Revenue-Sharing Bill

Meta Platforms Inc., the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, warned it may deny California users access to news content if a proposed law requiring tech companies to share ad revenue with publishers is passed. The...

Samsung Partners With Dezeen for Global 'Re:Create Design Challenge' to Upcycle Old Devices

Samsung Electronics, in collaboration with UK design magazine Dezeen, announces the Re:Create Design Challenge, a global contest aimed at upcycling and recycling old Samsung devices. The initiative reflects Samsungs...

TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew to Spearhead ByteDance's Rising Social Media Star, Lemon8

ByteDance taps TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew to steer Lemon8, its fresh social media app, amid a corporate reshuffle and escalating tension between TikTok and the West. Launched in February, the lifestyle-oriented Lemon8 has...

Digital Currency

GameStop, Illuvium Team Up to Launch World's First IBG, Limited-Edition NFT Collection

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Cryptocurrency: Binance, CEO Changpeng Zhao Sued by US SEC for Alleged Securities Law Violations

Law

The Supreme Court just shriveled federal protection for wetlands, leaving many of these valuable ecosystems at risk

McDonald's Franchisee Loses Court Battle With German City Over Tax On Packaging

US Solicitor General Backs Google in Supreme Court Song Lyrics Case

Life

Malaysia's OldTown White Coffee Debuts First Philippine Store, Eyes Expansion

Fender Unveils Made-in-Japan Fashion Line and Flagship Store in Harajuku-Omotesando, Expanding Retail Presence

McDonald's Teases New Cheesy Jalapeño Bacon Quarter Pounder Rollout This June

Nature

China Gezhouba Group to Drive Renewable Energy Potential in Azerbaijan: Landmark Agreement Signed

LG Electronics Joins Global RE100 Initiative, Commits to Full Renewable Energy Use by 2050

Fujitsu, Microsoft Unite: Massive Investment to Enhance Uvance Business, Boosting Sustainability With Cloud Technology

Sports

Puma's Ambitious Sustainability Progress: 70% Products Made From 'Better Materials' in 2022, Aims for 90% by 2025

European soccer is having another reckoning over racism – is it time to accept the problem goes beyond bad fans?

Exercise linked to higher pain tolerance – new study

Technical Analysis

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