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As Ethereum’s price rose from $107 in March 2020 to $4,400 last month, the value of mining hardware followed suit https://t.co/DPUICEU5PY
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Joe Biden has failed to fill many of the most important and sensitive posts, as well as envoys to the countries that make up the G7 https://t.co/WOq1kDaOvX
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“It's probably the most pressing humanitarian crisis in the world.” And yet, @TomGardner18 tells “The Intelligence”, Ethiopians are being asked to vote https://t.co/8gNmVa350U
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California depends on personal-income taxes and stockmarket gains for revenue, making busts painful  https://t.co/ZURiAW3ePY
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Today on “The Intelligence”: Ethiopia’s flawed election amid a looming famine, Italy’s uphill battle to go green and humpbacks’ comeback in Australia https://t.co/jg9DRpulIy
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“You might end up in a situation where the only governing that happens is when Congress is up against a cliff.” @imkahloon tells “Checks and Balance” the Biden agenda appears gridlocked https://t.co/R3r3Y4Xn8N
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In New York, where Democrats will select their mayoral candidate tomorrow, some candidates have taken a slightly different approach to campaigning  https://t.co/9j7xuTZMNM
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As a competitive state, which holds one of the first statewide votes after a general election, Virginia has long been an important political straw in the wind  https://t.co/JSzaeou8Xv
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In April, according to preliminary data, 2.7% of America's workforce quit their jobs—well above the previous peaks of 2.4%, briefly reached in 2001 and 2019 https://t.co/RS2DbpmxfI
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In “Dancing on Ropes”, Anna Aslanyan says a mistranslation played a role in America’s atomic bombing of Japan in 1945 https://t.co/ZSkD6gVpHl
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"Lipstick valley" is the latest industrial cluster to emerge in northern Italy. Although France makes more cosmetics, including skincare and body lotions, Italy has carved out a niche in makeup https://t.co/2SYylDFeIy
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“If we can understand what’s going on at a genetic level, then we may be able to recommend preventative strategies for people.” Professor Dame Pamela Shaw of @neuroshef tells Slavea Chankova why understanding risk factors for ALS is crucial, on “Babbage” https://t.co/heMwA9vcP7 https://t.co/gLgxyMhHxl
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No industry has suffered more from cyber attacks than banks. But reports of such breaches are haphazard https://t.co/VCk89DmymU
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The fragmented nature of the resistance in Myanmar makes it difficult for the army to root out insurgents https://t.co/zrcMHlpFxk
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