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Opinion: A year in the life of a 'super' man

The stretch of Grand Avenue where Onesimo Garcia works in Brooklyn is not exactly grand. It's a desolate warehouse street, in the shadow of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, where cars roar overhead. There's a monolithic self-storage place on one end of the block and a trio of empty warehouses on the other, waiting to be demolished. It's a street where film crews like to stage scenes of drug deals going down. It has that look — all grit and graffiti. But there's also a tiny garden, growing in a square of dirt carved out of the sidewalk, where sunflowers and roses bloom in the summer.

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Golden Trump statue turns heads at CPAC

With the first full day of the Conservative Political Action Conference underway, there's already an indisputable star: an outrageously golden statue of Donald Trump wearing shorts and flip-flops.

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Shopping for a car? Watch out for the 'destination fee'

When buying a car, there are a lot of things you can choose to pay for. There are navigation systems, leather seats or an extended warranty, for example. But there's one cost you won't be able to duck, and one you won't see rolled into the advertised sticker price: the destination fee.

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I'm pregnant... should I get the Covid-19 vaccine?

There's enough to worry about during a pregnancy, even without a pandemic. As the vaccine rollout continues, there's still concern over its impact on pregnancy. Covid-19 has added an entirely new layer of health anxiety for anyone expecting a child. That's why one of the biggest questions on many pregnant women's minds is if the Covid-19 vaccine is safe for them.

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Antibodies may protect against reinfection later

There's new evidence that connects testing positive for Covid-19 antibodies from a prior infection with a significantly lower risk of becoming infected again in the future.

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Vaccines work in the real world, new data shows

There's more good news on vaccines. Real-life data from the United Kingdom has shown that the vaccination rollout is having a positive impact -- even after just one dose.

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Analysis: Norway, the UK and Canada are not climate champions. They are climate hypocrites

In Oslo, the street lamps are powered by renewables. To conserve energy, the smart lights dim when nobody is around. The Norwegian capital, like the rest of the country, is proud of its exceptional green credentials. Its public transportation system too is powered entirely by renewable energy. Two thirds of new cars sold in the city are electric. There's even a highway for bees.

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McDonald's is selling chicken hoodies for $5

At this point, there's nothing particularly special about a fast food chain announcing a new fried chicken sandwich. So, McDonald's is hoping to differentiate the upcoming launch of theirs with limited edition collection of clothing and music.

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What savers do with $2.4 trillion will define the recovery

Wall Street is expecting the economy to come roaring back to life in the second half of this year. But there's one crucial question: Are Americans ready to spend the savings they've stashed away during the pandemic?

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