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The pandemic forced a massive remote-work experiment. Now comes the hard part
The pandemic forced a massive remote-work experiment. Now comes the hard part

In March 2020, companies across the US abruptly shuttered their offices and instructed employees to work from home indefinitely as a result of the pandemic.

First Gamestop, now gorillas. Redditors are pouring money into saving apes
First Gamestop, now gorillas. Redditors are pouring money into saving apes

The WallStreetBets community is moving beyond GameStop and AMC. But its latest investment target isn't a stock, bitcoin or even NFTs.

Wall Street's biggest concern is no longer Covid. It's inflation
Wall Street's biggest concern is no longer Covid. It's inflation

Coronavirus fears shook Wall Street to its core last March. The Dow crashed nearly 3,000 points — a stunning 13% — a year ago today.

US and Japan express concern over China's 'aggressive actions' during diplomat's first trip
US and Japan express concern over China's 'aggressive actions' during diplomat's first trip

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken criticized China's threats to regional stability during bilateral talks in Tokyo on Tuesday, warning that the United States and Japan would push back if necessary.

Japan's failure to recognize same-sex marriage is 'unconstitutional,' court rules
Japan's failure to recognize same-sex marriage is 'unconstitutional,' court rules

A Japanese court has ruled that not allowing same-sex marriage is unconstitutional, according to Kyodo News agency, a landmark decision that could herald a new era for marriage equality in the country.

US and Japan express concern over China's 'aggressive actions' during first trip by Biden's top diplomat
US and Japan express concern over China's 'aggressive actions' during first trip by Biden's top diplomat

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken criticized China's threats to regional stability during bilateral talks in Tokyo on Tuesday, warning that the United States and Japan would push back if necessary.

Prince Philip leaves hospital after heart surgery
Prince Philip leaves hospital after heart surgery

Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, has left King Edward VII's Hospital in London one month after he was first admitted.

UK labels Russia top security threat
UK labels Russia top security threat

Russia is Britain's top security challenge, the UK will build more nuclear weapons and London will expand its presence in the high-tech realms of space and cyberspace, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced Tuesday in a sweeping review of British military and foreign policy.

Facebook signs deal with Murdoch's News Corp in Australia
Facebook signs deal with Murdoch's News Corp in Australia

Facebook is teaming up with News Corp Australia just weeks after the country passed a groundbreaking law requiring tech companies to pay for news content.

Myanmar's military is killing peaceful protesters. What you need to know
Myanmar's military is killing peaceful protesters. What you need to know

Daily protests have been ongoing for a month and a half in towns and cities across Myanmar after the military seized control of the Southeast Asian country in a coup on February 1.

Vatican says it will not bless same-sex unions, calling them a 'sin'
Vatican says it will not bless same-sex unions, calling them a 'sin'

The Vatican said Monday that the Catholic Church would not bless same-sex unions, in a combative statement approved by Pope Francis that threatens to widen the chasm between the church and much of the LGBTQ community.

Kushner surfaces with op-ed on Middle East
Kushner surfaces with op-ed on Middle East

Top Trump adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner resurfaced on Sunday by penning a Wall Street Journal op-ed about the Middle East, his first public remarks since the end of the Trump administration and offering a potential indication into how he will seek to cement his own legacy and accomplishments.

Charlie Hebdo cartoon of Queen kneeling on Meghan Markle's neck sparks outrage
Charlie Hebdo cartoon of Queen kneeling on Meghan Markle's neck sparks outrage

French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has prompted outrage after releasing a cartoon depicting the UK's Queen Elizabeth kneeling on the neck of Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, invoking the death of George Floyd.

Yemeni journalist freed from jail after US 'urged' UAE to use influence for release
Yemeni journalist freed from jail after US 'urged' UAE to use influence for release

Yemeni journalist Adel al-Hasani was released from jail on Sunday after a nearly 6-month imprisonment, his lawyer Liza Manaa Saeed told CNN.

Video emerges of abducted Nigeria college students
Video emerges of abducted Nigeria college students

Disturbing video clips show students kidnapped from a college in Nigeria's northwest Kaduna state being held at gunpoint and beaten with a whip by their abductors emerged on Saturday.

Chinese factories set on fire and at least 38 killed in Myanmar's deadliest day since coup
Chinese factories set on fire and at least 38 killed in Myanmar's deadliest day since coup

Myanmar security forces killed at least 38 people Sunday in one of the deadliest days since the military seized power in a coup, and declared martial law in six areas after Chinese-funded factories were set on fire.

Analysis: We tell Syria's human stories so the 'victors' don't write its history
Analysis: We tell Syria's human stories so the 'victors' don't write its history

Long gone is the illusion that any reporting out of Syria will change the realities on the ground. That was painfully eliminated early on.