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America’s extra vaccine doses could be key to global supply

The Biden administration’s purchase of 200 million additional Pfizer and Modern doses means the U.S. could fully vaccinate 300 million people with just those two vaccines — and 355 million more people if four additional vaccines gain FDA approval.Why it…

/ February 13, 2021
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50 Times Schitt’s Creek Epitomised 2020 For All Of Us

Thanks to a mixture of word of mouth during lockdown and its clean sweep at the Emmys, Schitt’s Creek has enjoyed an explosion in popularity in 2020. And for millions of us, it has been the binge-worthy boxset that has seen us…

/ December 31, 2020
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The Damage Of Trump’s International Anti-Abortion Policy Won’t Be Easy To Undo

President-elect Joe Biden has vowed to pursue an “aggressive” plan to further women’s equality in the U.S. and around the world ― a sharp reversal from the Trump administration’s moves to roll back reproductive rights, sexual health and family planning. Part…

/ November 20, 2020
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The trickiest vaccine launch in U.S. history

Even if the federal government manages to secure the cash needed for COVID-19 vaccine distribution — and that's a big if — there's still a huge task ahead at the state level.Why it matters: America has never attempted to vaccinate so…

/ November 12, 2020
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Labor Board Backs Engineers Who Were Fired for Unionizing

The National Labor Relations Board is joining the fight by a group of engineers who want to form a union at a small San Francisco software company. The NLRB Tuesday issued a complaint against Lanetix, alleging the company violated federal…

/ August 29, 2018
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Forget Cute Apps—Here’s How Our Couples Keep It Together

Mixing technology and romance can create a dangerous cocktail. Few people know that better than we do here at WIRED. Not only do we report on the chaos, but as a tech-curious bunch, we’ve had more than our fair share…

/ August 29, 2018
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REVIEW: The Island never leaves the audience stranded in the name of seriocomical suspense and survival

The psychological dynamics of social interaction are sardonically at play in the skillful survivalist black comedy The Island. Filmmaker Bo Huang, known mainly as a decorated Chinese actor/comedian mostly in comedies in his country, makes his sumptuous directorial debut with…

/ August 25, 2018
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7 Ways to Group Video Chat While You Wait for That FaceTime Update

This past spring, Apple demoed a version of FaceTime that would support group video chat for up to 32 people at once. The update was supposed to come with the official release of iOS 12 this fall—but it turns out…

/ August 14, 2018