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Nasdaq falls more than 2% as tech plunges once again, Dow drops 300 points

Stocks fell to start the week as technology shares were under pressure following their worst sell-off in more than five months last week. Source

Pharma firms sign safety pledge over virus vaccine

A group of nine industry giants said they would uphold scientific standards while finding a vaccine. Source

A US Marine Who Killed A Transgender Woman In The Philippines Has Been Pardoned

Joseph Scott Pemberton is set to be released after serving less than six years of a 10-year sentence for the killing of Jennifer Laude. ...

Record 2 million acres torched in California wildfires as entire towns evacuated

Authorities warn that worst of fires could be still to come Source

Harris says she would trust vaccine under Trump if health officials OK it

Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris told CNN affiliate WISN that she would trust a vaccine under President Trump, if “the public health professionals...

Opposition Leader in Belarus Averts Expulsion by Tearing Up Passport

Maria Kolesnikova, who was abducted on Monday by Belarusian security agents, found a way to foil their plans, a Ukrainian official said. Source

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Can CBD Help with My Anxiety and Depression?

By living in a world of information abundance and the constant rush, most of us experience persistent fear and anxiety. These may cause different...

Fortune has a full fall of virtual events coming up

Our in-person conferences may be out of action for now, but there's huge demand for their virtual replacements. Source

Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine could be ready for approval by mid-October — but there are still ‘unknowns’

Pfizer and BioNTech are confident they can have a vaccine against the novel coronavirus ready for regulatory approval by the middle of October or...

Low Vitamin D Might Raise Odds of COVID Infection

There's evidence that low blood levels of the Source

Curator Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung Awarded Order of Merit of Berlin

Berlin’s governing mayor, Michael Müller, on Thursday named Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung to the Order of Merit of Berlin, conferring upon him the city-state’s...
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