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This is what it’s like to live in South Korea right now:

“It’s time for us to face the deep, open wound we have in this nation.” An op-ed from @JoeBiden :

And why your brain makes it so easy to forget.

"How am I supposed to run a team if my co-workers are scared of direct conversations?"

DHS, which manages its own database of fingerprints, face images, and iris scans, is currently linking its systems to similar databases operated by the FBI, Department of Defense, and Department of State.

"All I can say, on behalf of myself and the men and women I represent, we love you. We need you. We respect you. We honor you. We love you." @aliyasking 

"Black people are being forced to swallow the twin sorrows of a deadly pandemic and our own murders being made public spectacle."

“As the world opens up, this is a critical time for everyone to get tested.”

Churches, synagogues and mosques in more than half of U.S. states are already allowed to open, even though they're risky for Covid-19 spread.

Vietnam’s surveillance efforts rely on two smartphone apps, which are mandatory to download.


“10 Reasons It Sucks To Be Santa.” by @xoxodave 

In a small room at a private resort, a technology expert fielded questions from the ultra-wealthy—not about what to invest in next. But about how they could survive the end of the world.

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“Who you are and who you want to be has nothing to do with gender, sexuality, body type, race, or age” @mileycyrus 

“We owe our children better than this. We owe ourselves better than this.” by Hillary Clinton

1/ This is the story of the monumental legal effort underway to hold pharmaceutical companies—and drug distributors—responsible for the opioid epidemic.

Building a machine with the cognitive abilities we typically ascribe to human beings is the holy grail of computer science. This small startup in New Zealand is confident they'll be the first ones to pull it off.

"Brian Kemp is showing the U.S., and anyone thinking about running in 2020, that as long as you’re ruthless enough you can still cheat your way to a win in America. Even if people watch you do it," writes .