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The realities of climate change are pushing big businesses to focus on sustainability
A consensus appears to be taking root in Corporate America: What's good for the environment can also be good for business.
Max Verstappen wins at Imola but Lewis Hamilton stays ahead
Red Bull's Max Verstappen won a chaotic and crash-halted Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola on Sunday, with Lewis Hamilton second for Mercedes and retaining the lead in the championship by a single point.
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Indianapolis FedEx shooter bought two weapons used in killings legally last year despite FBI concerns
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For the first time in six seasons, there will be a new Women's Champions League winner
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The world's biggest vaccine producer is running out of Covid-19 vaccines, as second wave accelerates
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Navalny's life is Putin's 'personal' responsibility, say Russian politicians
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What Seth Meyers learned from doing a year of late night TV during a pandemic
It's been a weird year for Seth Meyers. In fact, it's been a weird year for all of late night TV, not to mention the rest of us.
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Canada's health care workers brace for the painful blow of a punishing third wave
For days now, as the Covid-19 case count mounted and hospital admissions surged, Canadians seemed dismayed and asked: How could this happen here, where most people dutifully followed public health guidelines?
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Wall Street just showed the Reddit crowd how to really make money
In the early weeks of 2021, amateur traders backing meme stocks like GameStop, AMC Entertainment and BlackBerry captured the world's attention.
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Is this goodbye? Barcelona teammates line up for photos with Lionel Messi following Copa del Rey victory
The group of people had lined up and were waiting patiently to have their photos taken with Lionel Messi -- but these weren't fans, they were the Argentine's Barcelona teammates.
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India's record rise in daily Covid-19 cases continues
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Russian suspects in Salisbury poisoning linked to blast in Czech Republic
The suspects of the 2018 novichok nerve agent poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury, England, have been linked to a 2014 blast in the Czech Republic that killed two people.
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Mars didn't lose all of its water at once, based on Curiosity rover find
Mars was a warm, wet planet that was likely capable of supporting life billions of years ago. Something caused the planet to lose its atmosphere and turn into the harsh, frozen desert it is today.
In its latest lurch to the far right, Denmark plans to send some refugees back to Syria
It felt like paradise when Dania and Hussam first moved to Denmark.
Joe Biden is meeting the cold reality of office
• Analysis: Progressive backlash on refugee cap puts Biden on notice
Space is the final frontier for archaeologists
The boot prints left by Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong are a tangible legacy of one of humanity's greatest achievements -- putting a man on the moon.
Actor Felix Silla, famously known for his role as Cousin Itt on 'The Addams Family,' dies at 84
Actor Felix Silla, who portrayed Cousin Itt on the 1960s TV series "The Addams Family," died on Friday. He was 84.
Minneapolis and other US cities increase security ahead of Derek Chauvin trial verdict
With jury deliberations in Derek Chauvin's trial in the death of George Floyd expected next week, Minneapolis and other US cities are preparing for protests and possible civil unrest.
Biden says administration will raise refugee cap in first comments after Friday's back and forth
President Joe Biden said Saturday his administration will increase the refugee cap after a back and forth on Friday where the administration first announced it would keep the cap at the historically low level set by former President Donald Trump, before reversing course after facing blowback from refugee advocacy groups and Democrats in Congress.
The US made little progress this week in preventing more Covid-19 deaths, an influential forecasting team says
As health experts worry about a Covid-19 resurgence, an influential forecasting team said the country did not make significant progress against the virus this week. And it warned about Americans taking fewer safety precautions.
Mars helicopter's first flight could happen on Monday
The Ingenuity helicopter is preparing for its historic flight on Mars Monday. The first powered, controlled flight on another planet will take place at 3:30 a.m. ET on April 19, according to NASA.
CNN anchor: We saw a Queen grieving
Queen Elizabeth II sat alone at her husband Prince Philip's funeral because of the UK's Covid-19 regulations. CNN's Julia Chatterley discusses.
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'Husband to duty': Amanpour on what Prince Philip's life meant
CNN's Christiane Amanpour talks about the sacrifices Prince Philip made throughout his life for his Queen, and wife, and country.
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This is why the Queen sat on her own during Philip's funeral
The royal family adhered strictly to UK Covid-19 regulations during the funeral of Prince Philip, who was laid to rest Saturday. As such, the Queen sat alone during the service to follow current restrictions.
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Quest to land humans on Mars heats up and 5 other top space and science stories this week
A version of this story appeared in Wonder Theory, the first-ever CNN space and science newsletter, which launched Saturday. Subscribe here and be among the first to receive the week's most fascinating stories, delivered straight to your inbox every Saturday morning.
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Peloton Tread+ owners told to stop using the treadmill in 'urgent warning'
A US government agency issued an "urgent warning" for users of Peloton's Tread+ following multiple dangerous incidents with the machine, including a child's death.
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In pictures: Prince Philip's funeral
Prince Philip, the late husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, will be laid to rest Saturday in an intimate service at St. George's Chapel, which lies within the grounds of Windsor Castle.
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Families of Americans held in Afghanistan and Russia worry about consequences of Biden's tough foreign policy moves
The sister of an American who was kidnapped in Afghanistan last year told CNN that she is worried that when the US troop withdrawal is complete, any leverage to get her brother home will vanish.
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