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Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban tweeted of his new online pharmacy: "All drugs are priced at cost plus 15% ! Sign up and share your thoughts and experiences with us !" Tom Pennington/Getty Images hide caption

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The Barrow-in-Furness Borough Council is looking for the next landlord of Piel Island, about half a mile off England's northwestern coast. One of their main responsibilities will be running a centuries-old pub called The Ship Inn. Simon Cotterill/Flickr hide caption

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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday in New York City. Stocks continued to slump on Monday as the Federal Reserve gears up to raise interest rates in a bid to bring down inflation from 40-year highs. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Stocks are in the midst of a wild ride as the U.S. gets ready to fight inflation

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This year's tax filing season will begin on Monday. Most people have until April 18 this year to submit their returns. Patrick Sison/AP hide caption

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The IRS faces backlogs from last year as a new tax filing season begins

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In this Nov. 10, 2018 file photo, with a downed power utility pole in the foreground, Eric England, right, searches through a friend's vehicle after the wildfire burned through Paradise, Calif. Noah Berger/AP hide caption

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Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's suit against The New York Times is expected to put a spotlight on the balance of free speech and defamation claims. Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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Sarah Palin tests positive for COVID, delaying trial against 'New York Times'

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Architect Clive Wilkinson's design for the famed Googleplex set a high bar for other Silicon Valley companies eager to keep employees at home in the office. Jessica Pons for NPR hide caption

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Architect behind Googleplex now says it's 'dangerous' to work at such a posh office

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People receive boxes of KN95 face masks during a back to school event offering school supplies, COVID-19 vaccinations, face masks, and other resources for children and their families at the Weingart East Los Angeles YMCA in August. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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James Brown and Don Cornelius take a break before an interview on Soul Train. Photo by Bruce W. Talamon © 2018 All Rights Reserved. /Bruce W. Talamon hide caption

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'Soul Train' and the business of Black joy

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European carriers are urging the European Union to alter so-called "use it or lose it" regulations forcing airlines to continue flying empty or near-empty flights. Frank Augstein/AP hide caption

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Indicators to watch in 2022

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A woman drinks an alcohol-free beer during the annual "Fete de la Musique" (music day), in the courtyard of the Elysee Palace in Paris in 2018. Christophe Petit Tesson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The TotalEnergies tower outside Paris on Sept.7, 2021. The French energy conglomerate has asked the American and French governments to support targeted sanctions against Myanmar's oil and gas funds, one of the military government's primary sources of funding. Rafael Yaghobzadeh/AP hide caption

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Student loan payments resume in May. Here are 7 ways to prepare

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Intel Corp. is planning to invest investment more than $20 billion in two computer chip plants in central Ohio to help address a global semiconductor shortage. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Joe Rogan, the comedian, TV commentator and podcaster, reacts during an Ultimate Fighting Championship event in May 2020. Douglas P. DeFelice/Getty Images hide caption

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What the Joe Rogan podcast controversy says about the online misinformation ecosystem

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Children draw on top of a canceled check prop during a rally in favor of the child tax credit in front of the U.S. Capitol on Dec. 13, 2021, in Washington, D.C. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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How a bank messaging system could decimate Russia

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