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I Came Close To Dying: Wall Street's Most Photographed Man Is Ready For Normalcy

If 100% of a firm's traders are fully vaccinated, it can start sending more to the stock exchange floor. They can eat lunch in their booths again. Masks will be optional in some parts of the floor.

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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Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., raise their arms after addressing attendees of a rally Friday at The Villages in Florida. Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP hide caption

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A Look At The GOP From Inside A Matt Gaetz-Marjorie Taylor Greene Rally

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Carlene Knight, 54, is one of the first patients in a landmark study designed to try to restore vision in those who have a rare genetic disease that causes blindness. Josh Andersen/Oregon Health & Science University hide caption

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Blind Patients Hope Landmark Gene-Editing Experiment Will Restore Their Vision

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Resettled villagers sun themselves outside Qixingguan. Many older residents have had a difficult time adjusting to life away from their fields. Emily Feng/NPR hide caption

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China Says It Has Ended Poverty. Is That True?

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I Came Close To Dying: Wall Street's Most Photographed Man Is Ready For Normalcy

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