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The Colonial Pipeline shutdown: Latest news and how the US can prepare for next time

AT&T Gets a Do-Over. But It Doesn’t Have Much Time.

Once it sheds its media business, AT&T Inc. T -5.80% will be a smaller, less-indebted company devoted to selling cellphone plans and broadband internet access. In other words, customers and investors will see an AT&T much like the one that existed before its foray into streaming video and satellite TV. But its rivals haven’t been

Examining the American Medical Association’s racist history and its overdue reckoning

The national calls to action over racial justice have brought new awareness of past injustices in many parts of our society, including the fields of science and medicine. Yamiche Alcindor speaks to Dr. Aletha Maybank, the American Medical Association’s chief health equity officer, about the organization’s racist history, how it plans to reckon with it,

Palestinians go on strike as the conflict rages

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Palestinians across Israel and the occupied territories went on strike in a rare collective protest Tuesday as Israeli missiles toppled a building in Gaza and militants in the Hamas-ruled territory fired dozens of rockets that killed two people. The general strike was a sign that the war could widen