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Indian Affairs Promised To Reform Tribal Jails. We Found Death, Neglect And Disrepair

At least 19 people have died since 2016 in tribal detention centers overseen by Indian Affairs, our investigation found. Several died after correctional officers failed to provide proper medical care.

Lego Tesk
Thoughts Tesk
Release Your Mind Jacoo
Aurora Jacoo
Whole Heart Gryffin & Bipolar Sunshine

As ransomware cases surge, the cyber criminals almost almost always demand, and receive, payment in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. The world's largest meat supplier, JBS, announced Wednesday that it paid $11 million in Bitcoin to hackers in a recent ransomware attack. SOPA Images/LightRocket via Gett hide caption

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How Bitcoin Has Fueled Ransomware Attacks

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Vidura Sublab & Azaleh
Vergangenheit Sublab & Azaleh
Boyo toe
A Desert of Human toe

Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony Award-winning musical In the Heights has been adapted for the big screen, directed by Jon M. Chu. Filming on the street, they'd stop for passing emergency vehicles and their time was limited by the natural light. Warner Bros. Pictures/2021 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. hide caption

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'In The Heights' Dances From The Stage, To The Streets, To The Screen

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Piragua Lin-Manuel Miranda
In Flight Eddie Palmieri

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Indian Affairs Promised To Reform Tribal Jails. We Found Death, Neglect And Disrepair

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Dunes Oldtwig feat. Lime Kain
Wild Coast Oldtwig
Storm Watch ambinate
Better Unsaid ambinate
Scheme STS9
Descent The Album Leaf
Images The Album Leaf

As companies welcome back their employees, many people will have to think about what to wear to work for the first time in over a year. Thomas Barwick/Getty Images hide caption

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The New Office Look Is 'Power Casual.' But Save The Stiletto Crocs For Happy Hour

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Siren Song Fait
Reverie Fait
Passionfruit Drake

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