Remote workers lack the same institutional cyber protection as their in-office colleagues.
A survey of remote and office workers found that people working from home were more likely to take steps to protect themselves against cybersecurity threats.
Most bourbon is made in Kentucky.
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The bourbon industry has been booming in recent years, but what sets all the different types of bourbon apart?
The global tourism industry is rebounding – but cautious Chinese consumers are choosing to stay closer to home.
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Big-spending Chinese tourists once buoyed the global travel industry. But with Chinese economy looking a little shaky, more are staying at home.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
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A scholar who has closely followed reforms that MBS has made to Wahhabism, an austere form of Islam, explains the changes taking place in the Saudi kingdom and their impact.
Coral reefs are home to rich biodiversity, but that’s not their only value.
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Coral has been incorporated into traditions, art and even religion in communities around the world.
U.S. Rep. Cori Bush, a Democrat from Missouri, after participating in an abortion rights sit-in on July 19, 2022, in Washington.
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In the US, white men have long had the power to make decisions about women’s reproductive health care. Those decisions have often been especially harmful to Black women.
Enslaved Africans built landmarks like the White House, the U.S. Capitol and New York’s Wall Street.
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While a Florida curriculum implies that enslaved Africans ‘benefited’ from skills acquired through slavery, history shows they brought knowledge and skills to the US that predate their captivity.
Manufacturers inject carbon dioxide into beverages to make them fizzy.
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Ever wonder how soda manufacturers get the bubbles and fizz inside the can? A chemist explains some of the science behind the carbonation process. Hint − it involves carbon.
NASA’s missions have inspired generations of young people to pursue the sciences.
Both Stephen Alexander’s elementary teachers and televised NASA missions throughout the ‘60s influenced his journey into science. He recounts NASA’s legacy, 65 years after the agency’s inception.
The end of the glory years for the U.S. Women’s National Team?
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The US national team is the favorite going into the tournament in New Zealand and Australia. But growth in the global game has seen others catch up.
A refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo registers his fingerprints on a biometric machine in Uganda in 2022.
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Capturing biometric data helps UN agencies and other groups avoid the risk of fraud and increase efficiency. But the practice is complicated and has created security risks for vulnerable groups.
Black marchers in Selma, Ala., demonstrate for voting rights protections on March 6, 2022.
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At a time when state legislatures are enacting laws that restrict who, when and where people can vote, the US Supreme Court ruled to protect voting rights.
A newly built accessory dwelling unit in Los Angeles.
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Though accessory dwelling units have been around for centuries, a recent survey found that 71% of Americans were unfamiliar with the concept.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis speaks to reporters in Atlanta on Aug. 14, 2023.
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Throughout US history, a ‘white backlash’ has worked to keep Black officeholders and their constituents out of power. Atlanta DA Fani Willis is just the latest.
Buddhism prizes both compassion and undivided focus – which can be hard to combine.
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The lines between family life and Buddhist monasticism are not so ‘either/or’ as they might seem.
Americans are expected to bet $167 billion on sports in 2029.
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As sports betting becomes more prevalent, so do the risks to college athletes, gaming experts argue.
Myaamia Heritage Program students get a lesson from Daryl Baldwin, executive director of the Myaamia Center at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
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Indigenous people’s languages were largely lost as a result of forced assimilation efforts in the U.S. Here’s why one tribal leader says the languages should be brought back.
Vladimir Putin speaks to Russian Orthodox Church Patriarch Kirill (center) in Samolva, Russia, on Sept. 11, 2021.
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The war in Ukraine is just the latest chapter in a long, tangled relationship between the Kremlin and the Russian Orthodox Church.
Anti-Catholic riots, like this one in Philadelphia in 1844, worried Canadians.
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‘Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness’ were the founding principles of the US. In Canada, the goals are ‘Peace, Order, and good Government.’
U.S. President Donald Trump takes questions from reporters during a Coronavirus Task Force press briefing in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, D.C., on March 30, 2020.
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Though political elites complain about what the media covers, and how they cover it, research shows that ideological bias among media outlets is largely nonexistent.