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In Dua Lipa's ever-expanding world, 'there's no time limit and there's no what-ifs'

The pop star is returning to stages two years after releasing an acclaimed second album, Future Nostalgia, and being forced like everyone else to hunker down for the long chill.

The U.S. economy likely slowed sharply in this year's first quarter, but conditions may be sturdier than they look as consumer spending remains healthy. Here, people relax in Sunny Isles Beach, Fla., on March 8. Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Why this economy may be sturdier than it looks

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In Dua Lipa's ever-expanding world, 'there's no time limit and there's no what-ifs'

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Colombian presidential candidate Gustavo Petro speaks during a campaign rally in Medellín, Colombia, on April 7. Petro is polling first ahead of the May 29 election. Edinson Ivan Arroyo Mora/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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He's running to be Colombia's 1st left-wing president. Here's what he plans to do

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One year after the FBI raid on Rudy Giuliani's home and office, he still under investigation. Agents are looking to see if there is evidence that Giuliani had lobbied illegally on behalf of parties in Ukraine. He has not been charged. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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Last year the FBI raided Giuliani's home. A year later he's still under investigation

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Farrin Chwalkowski; age 45-54; New Jersey; art professor. "F*** 2020 The World in 2020, Everything begins with Covid 19 in year of 2020 A splendid entry into the world of misery someday too bright, someday too dark A gloomy year, the 2020 The art of loss, losing job, losing love one, losing your mind," said Chwalkowski. Libby Tyson/The National Women's History Museum hide caption

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Women and girls are sharing their journals to create a herstory of the pandemic

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Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas testifies before the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday. Nicholas Kamm/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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DHS Secretary Mayorkas faces a partisan divide over Title 42 in Capitol Hill hearings

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