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Inside the complicated business of disguising 5G equipment


For years, artificial cacti have lined the sandy roadsides of North Scottsdale, Arizona. They look real at first glance but tucked inside are antennas and radio equipment that provide 4G LTE wireless connectivity to the area. Large concealment structures like this, which in this case are about 24 feet tall, have become so good it's sometimes hard to tell the real cacti from the fakes.

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Share your story: What's your remote work situation like, one year later?


It's been one year since the pandemic sent many of us home to work remotely. And we want to hear from you about your experience.

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'I value different things now.' Readers share how the pandemic will change their spending habits


Many Americans have changed their spending habits dramatically since the pandemic began.

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Can stocks shrug off bubble talk? Wall Street thinks so


Financial markets have been rocked by volatility in recent days as investors try to game out how to play the next phase of the pandemic.

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Volvo plans to go fully electric by 2030


By the end of the decade, the only Volvo you'll be able to purchase will be electric. And you'll only be able to buy it online.

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Wannabe 'Tesla killer' Nio wants to expand abroad, but there are roadblocks


China's Nio is continuing its turnaround and even eyeing a push abroad. But the wannabe "Tesla killer" isn't on completely sure footing just yet.

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A California doctor performed surgery during a Zoom court appearance


A California doctor's trial was delayed after he appeared for a virtual court hearing while simultaneously conducting a surgery last Thursday.

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US preparing to sanction Russia over Navalny


The Biden administration is preparing to impose sanctions on Russia over the poisoning and jailing of Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny this week, two administration officials tell CNN.

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Wall Street's new bogeyman: the bond market


Covid-19 no longer seems to be the biggest concern on Wall Street as more people are getting vaccinated. Now, the focus is squarely on the bond market and inflation.

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Budweiser Select is making a comeback


With Americans drinking more light beer than ever, Anheuser-Busch is giving them another option with the nationwide release of Budweiser Select.

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This Virginia school district says it isn't banning Dr. Seuss' books. On the annual Read Across America Day, it's just no longer emphasizing them


A school district in Virginia recently made headlines for allegedly banning books by Dr. Seuss.

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This Black-owned tea brand has seen a boom in sales because of 'Bridgerton,' its owner says


The pandemic delayed the launch of Stephanie Synclair's tea company, but soon after introducing LaRue 1680 online late last year, the native of Birmingham, Alabama, knew it would all work out.

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Warren proposes wealth tax on 'ultra-millionaires'


Now that Democrats control the White House and Congress, President Joe Biden and other party leaders are pushing to spend big to revive the economy and address income inequality.

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People rarely leave conversations when they want to -- here's how to change it


You've been chatting with someone for 20 minutes, but the conversation grew stale halfway through.

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Two of America's most powerful economic voices disagree on tax for uber-rich


Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren faces an uphill battle persuading Washington to back her tax on ultra-millionaires — starting with convincing her own party's Treasury Secretary.

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Chicago Public Schools reopen for grades K-5


Chicago public school students in grades kindergarten through 5 who chose in-person learning were able to return to classrooms Monday.

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Garland confirmation advances out of committee, setting up floor vote


The Senate Judiciary Committee voted on Monday to advance President Joe Biden's nomination of Judge Merrick Garland for attorney general, setting up his confirmation before the full Senate.

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Families separated at the border could be reunited in US


The Biden administration could reunite migrant families separated at the US-Mexico border under former President Donald Trump in the United States, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said Monday.

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Highways that destroyed Black neighborhoods are crumbling. Some want to undo that legacy


Njeri Camara, 61, can't visit the Shreveport, Louisiana home where she was born. Like many Black homes and neighborhoods across the country in the 1960s, it was bulldozed to clear space for highways.

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Texas attorney general sues electric company that sent huge bills during storm


Texas' attorney general filed a lawsuit against Griddy Energy and Griddy Holdings for "false, misleading, and deceptive advertising and marketing practices" after the company sent sky-high electricity bills to customers during February's devastating winter storm.

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