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Polyamory increases in popularity as record numbers flock to dating apps
Reports on the return to dating as more Americans get vaccinated, with some turning from monogamy towards polyamory.
Moderna warns of Covid-19 vaccine delivery delays for customers outside US
Drugmaker Moderna has warned of temporary delays in Covid vaccine shipments for its customers outside the US. The issue is linked to a testing operation by manufacturing partner...
Wayne Dupree: Have we really become a society where free thought and dialogue are feared rather than embraced?
The greatest threat to the US is the progressive left’s radical Marxism. These programs, supported by government and ‘woke’ private business, are trying to instill in children v...
Growing acceptance of LGBTQ reflected in Tokyo 2020
Gay portal Outsports.com has been tabulating the number of openly LGBTQ athletes in Tokyo. After several counts, the total is now 168.
Thailand: Critical situation in Bangkok hospitals with 100% COVID-19 patient occupancy
All the 36,977 beds set up for covid patients in public and private centers, field hospitals and medicalized hotels are occupied.
PayPal to research transactions that fund hate groups, extremists
PayPal Holdings Inc (PYPL.O) is partnering with non-profit organisation the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to investigate how extremist and hate movements in the United States tak...
Porch Life Is Back! 5 Reasons Why Your Front Yard Is the New Outdoor Living Room
Vegetable gardens, outdoor living rooms, and a place to play—your front yard isn’t just for curb appeal. It’s found square footage and a social life, too.
Iran's secret cyber files on how cargo ships and petrol stations could be attacked
Classified documents, allegedly from Iran, reveal secret research into how a cyber attack could be used to sink a cargo ship or blow up a fuel pump at a petrol station.
Tesla profit surge driven by record car deliveries
Tesla has reported surging profits, despite shortages of semiconductor chips and congestion at ports hampering production.
Vaccine shortage holds back developing world as rich economies roar ahead
The economic outlook for rich countries is getting better while developing economies are falling behind.
Robinhood reveals new investigation hours before its IPO
Regulators are investigating the fact that Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev is not licensed by FINRA, Wall Street's powerful self-regulator, the online trading platform announced Tuesday.
Pegasus spyware owner Novalpina to be liquidated after failure to resolve internal bust-up
The London-headquartered private equity firm is to be wound up following a months-long dispute between its three principals and controversy over its ownership of the surveillanc...
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