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Beehive deliveries keep New Yorkers buzzing on rooftops, backyards

Bees are thriving in New York hives. The city offers them a welcome variety of flowers and fewer pesticides than on rural farms.

As Myanmar protests continue, a glimmer of greater unity

Myanmar’s crackdown after the Feb. 1. military coup has laid bare military violence for the majority – violence long understood by ethnic minorities.

‘An enormous waste’: How stimulus checks play in red-state America

Many see the relief bill as padded with unnecessary items, further ballooning the national debt even as the economic outlook is improving.

When is a grocery store not a grocery store? When it’s a palace.

In Soviet Moscow, Eliseevsky grocery store was alone in having full shelves. Today only its decor distinguishes it. The shop closes this weekend.

In Ethiopia’s war, a retreat worthy of African ideals

A leader’s admission of atrocities in Tigray fulfills a principle of accountability.

Is it art? NFTs and the surge of digital ownership.

Nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, are monetizing freely available digital items by placing valuation on the idea rather than the possession of an object.

Amazon secures majority of votes to block Alabama union effort

Amazon has secured the majority of votes to block a union effort in Alabama. The push to unionize was the biggest in the company’s 26-year history, and only the second time that an organizing effort from within the company had come to a vote.

Are vaccine passports legal in the US? Five questions.

Vaccine passports have become the latest question to divide the U.S., raising charged legal and ethical questions.

How work-from-home policies are driving up housing prices

Freed from the office, Americans are on the move, heating up the housing market. But the hurdles to homeownership remain highest for first-time buyers who don’t have profits from a prior home sale to compete in bidding wars.

Is the political scandal dead? Gaetz, Cuomo scoff at resigning.

As Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz finds himself embroiled in a federal sex trafficking probe, politicians from both parties in recent years have ignored calls to resign amid allegations of impropriety, pushing through scandals that might previously have sunk them.

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