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Inside a luxury Thailand "golf quarantine"

At six in the morning, Heo Kwang-eum tees off another day in Thailand in coronavirus quarantine -- literally. He's one of dozens of South Korean visitors spending two weeks in isolation playing golf at a resort an hour north of Bangkok.

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Jill Biden is hitting the ground running -- in all directions

As far as Jill Biden is concerned, there isn't necessarily going to be one "first lady platform," or even two or three. A month into the job, and Biden has heaped a lot on her agenda, unsure at the moment exactly how it will unfold, only that it will "naturally evolve," she has told her staff.

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Opinion: The man who created President Donald Trump

When the news broke last October that Donald Trump had been diagnosed with Covid-19, legendary conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh immediately swooped in to help the campaign. He offered to hold a "radio rally" for the benched President, and Trump took him up on it. Though the resulting two-hour diatribe was not particularly effective radio, it highlighted just how important the radio host was to Trump's political career, even at that moment when both Limbaugh's show and Trump's presidency were nearing their end.

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How Wendy's is heating up the chicken sandwich wars

Wendy's is heating up the fried chicken sandwich wars — quite literally this time. The newest entrant into the poultry clash is a Jalapeño Popper Sandwich, a spicy spin on the classic creation.

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Bumble to make Wall Street debut in a milestone moment for female founders

Whitney Wolfe Herd isn't based in Silicon Valley. She doesn't have a STEM degree and she didn't raise billions in venture capital. But Wolfe Herd's company, Bumble, is set to have one of the most high-profile technology IPOs of the year so far, in what will be a milestone moment not just for her business but for female founders generally.

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This is what vintage beauty ads might have looked like in the age of diversity

Holding an array of cosmetics in one hand and a multi-color compact in the other, a model with a coiffed hairstyle smiles contentedly at the camera. "It's literally everything!" reads the text beneath, referring to the tidier of the two. "It's confidence, it's fearlessness, it's stability, it's everything you could want and more!"

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Bitcoin rally isn't enough to dethrone the dollar

The price of Bitcoin has soared this week while the US dollar -- the world's number one reserve currency -- tumbled. Could this be the beginning of the end of the greenback's reign?

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Marjorie Taylor Greene's 'apology' and the challenge of Jesus

As we enter into the season of Lent, which begins on Ash Wednesday in a little over a week, all Christians must think seriously about the challenge that Jesus put before us. Penitence is about turning away from one's past sins, then turning in a fresh direction. The Greek word for "turning" in the Gospels is metanoia, which means -- quite literally -- going beyond one's past thinking, opening up to the wider mind of God and the possibilities for redemption.

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Fans rally around Britney Spears

Fans are showing their support for Britney Spears after the release of a New York Times documentary titled "Framing Britney Spears."

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Netflix's 'Bridgerton' is leading a romance novel renaissance

There's no question that "Bridgerton," the saucy Regency-era "Netflix" series, has hit iconic status. In a few short weeks since its December 2020 release, it's become the most popular show in the platform's history and secured a shoo-in second season. It's also courted legions of devoted followers who delight in the show's frothy, yet culturally au courant portrayal of a bygone British era (and abs. They also like the abs).

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