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Black communities — and businesses — are at a steep disadvantage in Minneapolis.
As the space agency prepares to bring home Martian soil samples, it needs to update its planetary-protection rules — and soon.
A glut of donations and a lack of demand have left a crucial American industry reeling.
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Before the pandemic, 100,000 seafarers traveled in and out of the world’s ports every month. Some had spent weeks or months aboard the cargo ships, tankers and other merchant vessels that are essential to moving products and commodities across the globe. In a ritual ...
Some of the world’s most vulnerable workers are also the hardest to help in a crisis.
Travelers tend to have short memories, and the ships' key demographic won't give up their sail-away cocktails.
Maybe a pandemic will spark much needed reforms to shrink the ever-expanding games.