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TV personality Jeannie Mai opened up about getting anti-Asian comments on social media: "I was embarrassed... it wasn't until I saw other headlines with other people that I got angry."
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Thank you Walmart for finally introducing single-direction aisles to your stories — it makes a ton of sense.
At 42 feet long and 8 feet wide, the street-legal Learmousine started life as a regional aircraft manufactured by Learjet. Dan Harris laid the project's foundations in 2005, and his team spent about two years designing a custom frame sturdy enough to support the plane's aluminum fuselage. The electrical system and the full suspension were developed from the ground up, too.
On average, each person with coronavirus passes on the disease to two other people. Here's how.
These barn find hunters head down a rabbit hole of rotting classics.
Oil prices dropped by more than half in March to suffer their largest quarterly percentage decline on record, and analysts warn that there's no end in sight to the flood of crude supplies. If the first quarter was a bloodbath, the next quarter will be the Valley of Death,” said Michael Lynch, president of Strategic Energy & Economic Research. The murmurs from Moscow, Washington and Riyadh don't seem to be hopeful as of yet, and the COVID19 pandemic seems likely to kill over 25 [million barrels a day of oil] demand for at least a couple of weeks—meaning an unused amount of oil on the order of 300 million barrels,” he told MarketWatch.
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I was a nurse for 30 years. We're being drafted into war, but our commander-in-chief refuses to give us the weapons and protection we need to fight it.
Alix Atwell says she and her fellow nurses have been sounding the alarm for years, but the message landed on "deaf, greedy ears."