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Unrest has continued at Twitter headquarters as employees have left the company en masse. David Odisho/Getty Images hide caption

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How Twitter's platform helped its users, personally and professionally

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As Twitter's workforce crumbles, users are tweeting their eulogies for the platform

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A recent study found that adding strangers to the mix of people we speak with might increase our happiness. Gpointstudio/Getty Images/Image Source hide caption

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Talking to strangers might make you happier, a study on 'relational diversity' finds

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What Yankee Candle reviews can tell us about COVID

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Sick kids are crowding emergency rooms in parts of the country. Christophe Ena/AP hide caption

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There's a spike in respiratory illness among children — and it's not just COVID

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Just Do It: How the iconic Nike tagline built a career for the late Dan Wieden

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Many people have concerns that the Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade and the right to abortion could jeopardize other rights, such as same-sex marriage. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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This GOP strategist is calling on Republican senators to safeguard same-sex marriage

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The hearse carrying the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II, leaves from from St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh, Scotland. Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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How the U.K. plans to keep world leaders safe as they arrive for the queen's funeral

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The Marble Head of Athena, from 200 B.C.E. and which was looted from a temple in central Italy, is displayed during a news conference and repatriation ceremony of stolen antiquities to Italy, in New York City. Brendan McDermid/Reuters hide caption

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A kidnapped goddess returns home, after prosecutors expose art thieves

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The viral masterminds behind 'It's Corn' have been at this for over a decade

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The steps you take to protect your privacy should reflect your risk level, one expert says. Granger Wootz/Getty Images/Tetra images RF hide caption

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Emmett Till's family says 'white pedestal' theory has denied them justice for decades

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