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Why the Robinhood bunch has shifted to the sidelines

After a raucous start to the year, Wall Street expected non-professional traders to pump chunks of their $1,400 stimulus checks into the stock market, supporting popular names like Tesla and Apple. So far, that doesn't appear to be happening.

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Introducing CNN Style's Hyphenated

America today is more diverse than it's ever been, yet for many minorities, growing up with a hyphenated notion of identity is to grapple with a sense of belonging that is constantly challenged both internally and externally -- "where are you really from?"

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This app will show you what Indigenous land you're on

As the US grapples with history and becomes increasingly racially and culturally aware -- with ethnic studies curriculums in schools, recognition of the dangers of White supremacy, and growing social justice movements -- more people are acknowledging the keepers of the land now known as North America: Native Americans.

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Dirty Dozen 2021: View the list of foods with the most and least pesticides

Strawberries continue to lead the "Dirty Dozen" list of fruits and veggies that contain the highest levels of pesticides, followed by spinach, a trio of greens -- kale, collard and mustard -- nectarines, apples, and grapes, according to the Environmental Working Group's 2021 Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce.

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Top tech stocks are in correction territory. Here's why

Apple shares are down more than 15% from their January high. Amazon's stock is off 11% from a recent peak in early February. And chipmaker Nvidia has seen its shares plunge nearly 19% since the middle of last month.

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'Why should I trust you now?' Flint residents grapple with vaccine hesitancy

In 2014, Flint, Michigan switched its water source, causing a crisis that resulted in several deaths and myriad health problems. Now, a strong sense of distrust in government and public health officials is prevalent in residents, the majority of whom are Black and Brown. With the coronavirus vaccine currently rolling out across the country, scarred Flint residents are still wondering whether or not it's safe to take. CNN's Omar Jimenez reports.

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