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These stylish bags help women in politics—and they’re selling out as the 2020 race gets more male
These stylish bags help women in politics—and they’re selling out as the 2020 race gets more male

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Psychologists says beer goggles are real, and they’re begging you to be careful this weekend
Psychologists says beer goggles are real, and they’re begging you to be careful this weekend

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Mathematicians have solved traffic jams, and they’re begging cities to listen
Mathematicians have solved traffic jams, and they’re begging cities to listen

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8 CEOs on 2020 resolutions they’re setting for their companies
8 CEOs on 2020 resolutions they’re setting for their companies

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Job seekers: These are the 10 best companies to work for in 2020, and they’re not who you think
Job seekers: These are the 10 best companies to work for in 2020, and they’re not who you think

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Businesses know they’re under threat from climate change, so why won’t they invest in solutions?
Businesses know they’re under threat from climate change, so why won’t they invest in solutions?

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Singles Day sales in the U.S.? They’re coming slowly but don’t get too excited
Singles Day sales in the U.S.? They’re coming slowly but don’t get too excited

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Drones from CVS and Walgreens are finally here—and they’re bringing Band-Aids
Drones from CVS and Walgreens are finally here—and they’re bringing Band-Aids

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These are the 10 best places to buy a vacation home, and they’re not where you’d guess
These are the 10 best places to buy a vacation home, and they’re not where you’d guess

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How can we know if a company is good if we don’t know what they’re lobbying for?
How can we know if a company is good if we don’t know what they’re lobbying for?

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City residents hate e-scooters so much they’re throwing them into rivers
City residents hate e-scooters so much they’re throwing them into rivers

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Ad Execs Say They’re Unaware, Don’t Understand New ‘Duration-Weighted’ Ad Impression Standard
Ad Execs Say They’re Unaware, Don’t Understand New ‘Duration-Weighted’ Ad Impression Standard

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Gen Z think they’re better at online security than they actually are
Gen Z think they’re better at online security than they actually are

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AI is Changing How We Pay Taxes, and How They’re Collected, Too
AI is Changing How We Pay Taxes, and How They’re Collected, Too

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The 6 dumbest cases against cord-cutting (and why they’re so wrong)
The 6 dumbest cases against cord-cutting (and why they’re so wrong)

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Maybe don’t ask your coworkers what they’re doing for Valentine’s Day
Maybe don’t ask your coworkers what they’re doing for Valentine’s Day

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Parents post 13,000 images of their kids online by the time they’re 13
Parents post 13,000 images of their kids online by the time they’re 13

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These cowboy boot sandals started as a joke, but they’re flying off shelves
These cowboy boot sandals started as a joke, but they’re flying off shelves

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Here’s why Netflix is killing off its user reviews (hint: they’re worthless)
Here’s why Netflix is killing off its user reviews (hint: they’re worthless)

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San Francisco’s city attorney wants data on Uber drivers and how much they’re getting paid
San Francisco’s city attorney wants data on Uber drivers and how much they’re getting paid

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European travelers can now watch Netflix like they’re at home
European travelers can now watch Netflix like they’re at home

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They’re not sexy like Teslas, but electric delivery vans are coming to San Francisco
They’re not sexy like Teslas, but electric delivery vans are coming to San Francisco

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Algorithms Can’t Tell When They’re Broken–And Neither Can We
Algorithms Can’t Tell When They’re Broken–And Neither Can We

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After 16 years, Wikipedia finally asked its readers why they’re there
After 16 years, Wikipedia finally asked its readers why they’re there

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Elon Musk Tried To Buy “The Onion,” And Now They’re Owning Him On Twitter
Elon Musk Tried To Buy “The Onion,” And Now They’re Owning Him On Twitter

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