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Alex Gibney's new documentary on HBO is called The Crime of the Century. It details the role of the medical system in creating the opioid crisis. HBO hide caption

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Opioid Crisis: Filmmaker Details The Medical System's 'Crime Of The Century'

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The Italian Culture Ministry said the Guattari Cave in San Felice Circeo was "one of the most significant places in the world for the history of Neanderthals." Emanuele Antonio Minerva/Italian Culture Ministry via AP hide caption

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Israeli police take a Palestinian into custody during a protest at the Masjid al-Aqsa compound in East Jerusalem on Sunday. Eyad Tawil/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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Firms May Have To Disclose Climate-Related Risks In Financial Disclosures

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A Georgia Tech employee receives a Pfizer coronavirus vaccination on the campus April 8. For a number of Americans, getting their shots is as easy as showing up to their workplace as some companies and institutions provide on-site vaccinations to their employees. Danny Karnik/AP hide caption

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For Some Americans, Getting A Vaccine Is As Easy As Showing Up To Work

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Businesses Push Hard To Get Workforce Vaccinated

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A mobile ordering sign is seen on March 30 at a vending station in Nationals Park, home of the Washington Nationals. The Nats, along with many other teams in baseball, are implementing new safety protocols, including for ordering food, as a new season kicks off on Thursday. Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call Inc. via Getty Images hide caption

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Baseball Is Back, So Grab A Hot Dog And A Beer. Just Keep A Safe Distance

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MLB Adjusts Stadium Experience For 2nd Season During The Pandemic

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Travelers waited to flee Paris at the Montparnasse Train Station on Friday ahead of a new lockdown announced by the government in response to a surge in cases of the coronavirus. Julien Mattia/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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A couple takes pictures with the Olympic rings monument near the National Stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on Feb. 4. Organizers have decided that overseas spectators won't be allowed to attend the Games this summer. Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Tom Brady (12) of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers plays during the Super Bowl LV game against the Kansas City Chiefs in February. Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images hide caption

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Flowers and signs adorn Gold Spa in Atlanta during a demonstration on Thursday opposing violence against women and Asians following this week's deadly shootings in the area. Megan Varner/Getty Images hide caption

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A sign posted in San Francisco's Chinatown neighborhood on March 8 encourages people to call a police tip line if they witness a crime. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Asian Americans Experience 'Far More' Hate Incidents Than Numbers Indicate

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