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'This was too violent': Protesters march after young woman brutally killed and skinned
16 Feb 2020 - Another march against femicide took to the streets this weekend, this time in solidarity with 25-year-old Ingrid Escamilla, who was found brutally slain a week ago, her body skinned and missing some of its organs.
Japan's economy is flirting with recession
17 Feb 2020 - Japan's economy is flirting with recession, and the novel coronavirus could push it over the edge.
Elaborate con swindled $86M from world leaders and CEOs
16 Feb 2020 - There was a sense of urgency in the voice of the man claiming to be France's defense minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian.
Analyst: Zelensky was trying to address a PR problem
16 Feb 2020 - CNN national security analyst Samantha Vinograd outlined why Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky strongly rejected President Donald Trump's claim that Ukraine is corrupt during an interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour.
Thousands gather for Japan's 'Naked Festival'
17 Feb 2020 - Thousands braved chilly weather on Saturday to gather at the annual "Naked Festival" in Okayama prefecture in the southern part of Japan's Honshu island.
Inside the world's biggest work-from-home experiment
15 Feb 2020 - In offices across Asia, desks are empty and the phones are quiet, as the region grapples with a deadly virus.
Many of China's small businesses may not survive the coronavirus outbreak
14 Feb 2020 - The small companies that drive China's economy are worried about how much damage the novel coronavirus outbreak will cause. Without more help or a reprieve from the disease, many may have only weeks to survive.
America is now the world's top oil producer
08 Nov 2019 - By any measure, America's rapid expansion to a record 12 million barrels of oil output a day has been a global game-changer.
The BBC is nearly 100 years old. Will it survive the next decade?
16 Feb 2020 - Britain's public service broadcaster has been at the heart of media in the United Kingdom and many parts of the world for the best part of a century. Now it's facing a brutal fight for survival.
Africans face most expensive internet charges in the world
22 Oct 2019 - Consumers in African countries are paying some of the highest rates in the world for internet access as a proportion of income, according to a new report released Tuesday.
US cities are losing 36 million trees a year. Here's why it matters
18 Sep 2019 - If you're looking for a reason to care about tree loss, the nation's latest heat wave might be it. Trees can lower summer daytime temperatures by as much as 10 degrees Fahrenheit, according to a recent study.
Miami's Little Haiti wasn't a target for developers. Until the seas started to rise
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How rich people could help save the planet from the climate crisis
12 Jul 2019 - Rich people don't just have bigger bank balances and more lavish lifestyles than the rest of us -- they also have bigger carbon footprints.
Richard Avedon's assistant lifts lid on the late photographer
17 Feb 2020 - It is often said that American fashion photographer Richard Avedon captured the very souls of his subjects in his photos.
Miley Cyrus closes New York Fashion Week
14 Feb 2020 - It's no secret that the buzz surrounding New York Fashion Week has slowed to a flutter, with America's most experimental designers like Virgil Abloh and Heron Preston ditching the gritty Big Apple in favor of the more pomp displays in Paris and Milan.
NBA All-Star Game: A fashion runway
14 Feb 2020 - All-Star Weekend, which kicks off tonight, has always been a barometer for how far the NBA has come as a brand. It's where powerful forces (media, celebrity, advertisers, the league's old and new guard) meet -- and, on occasion, remember fallen icons like Kobe Bryant.
Inside 'Breaking Bad' actor's Idaho retreat
11 Feb 2020 - "Breaking Bad" actor Aaron Paul's idea of the perfect family getaway is simple: a log-clad, cabin style home in rural Idaho, where he's from.
The wooden skyscraper revolution
13 Feb 2020 - Surrounded by farmland and with a population of under 10,000 people, the Norwegian town of Brumunddal might seem like an unlikely setting for a record-breaking high-rise.
David Hockney's 'The Splash' sells for $29.8 million
12 Feb 2020 - A David Hockney painting titled "The Splash," a modern masterpiece that holds a spot among the 20th century's most iconic pop art images, sold for more than £23.1 million ($29.8 million) at an auction in London Tuesday evening.
A plane passenger filmed a man pushing her reclined seat with his fist. Who's wrong?
14 Feb 2020 - The flight was supposed to last less than two hours, quick and painless. Instead, it turned into what one passenger described as a painful assault -- and a lightning rod for what constitutes proper airline etiquette.
Photo of mice squabbling on subway platform wins prestigious award
12 Feb 2020 - The sight of two mice scurrying across a London Underground platform in the evening is, to many, an unwelcome feature of life in the city.
Airbus reveals futuristic new aircraft design
11 Feb 2020 - Following a series of secret tests, Airbus has revealed a futuristic "blended wing" commercial aircraft design that promises to cut fuel consumption up to 20%.
The Italian town that charges an entry fee
16 Jan 2020 - It's Saturday morning in Civita di Bagnoregio, and the locals are patrolling the medieval walls, eyeing the visitors as they make their way toward the village.
Record-setting New York to London flight lands two hours early
10 Feb 2020 - A British Airways (BA) flight has broken the record for the fastest-ever subsonic flight between New York and London, reaching a top speed of more than 800mph (1,287km/h).
This 5-year-old paid off the lunch balances for more than 100 fellow students
17 Dec 2019 - A 5-year-old student at an elementary school in Vista, California, collected enough money to pay off the negative lunch balances of 123 students at her school.
Video shows dramatic rescue after dog's leash gets stuck in elevator
11 Dec 2019 - ALT HED Video shows man's dramatic rescue of his neighbor's dog
Her work has helped thousands of girls stay in school and finish their education
09 Dec 2019 - It's something that girls and young women in western countries can't imagine: missing school, even dropping out, because of their periods. Yet as many as half the girls in rural parts of Ethiopia miss school for reasons related to their periods -- and that can have a devastating effect on their education and the rest of their lives.
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