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Why Netflix is raising prices

Netflix reports fourth quarter earnings on Thursday and all eyes will be on the streamer's subscriber growth. This time there's something new for investors and industry observers to wonder about: Netflix raising its prices.

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The 5G-airline snafu: Everything we know

The attempt to roll out amped up mobile service across the United States has been a bit of a mess. The aviation industry and transportation regulators are worried about new 5G antennas interfering with a key type of aircraft altimeter that's essential for landing planes in bad weather. But wireless carriers and telecom regulators have said there's nothing to fear.

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Many Americans don't know what to make of the filibuster, polls find

Americans, according to polls taken last year, aren't likely to hold strongly formed opinions on the Senate's filibuster rules. Those who do have a preference are divided, with views generally following party lines, although there's plenty of room for opinions to solidify.

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The world's most powerful passports for 2022

There's a widening gap between the global north and the global south when it comes to travel freedoms, says the first 2022 report by London-based global citizenship and residence advisory firm Henley & Partners.

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Why you should report your Covid test results

Testing yourself for coronavirus infection can be more convenient than getting a clinic or lab test, but from a public health standpoint, experts say there's at least one key downside.

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The bigger lie threatening US democracy

There's an even bigger lie than the so-called "Big Lie" that we don't have fair and free elections in this country -- and perhaps one that is even more dangerous to our democracy.

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Royals hope for jubilee reset after tumultuous 12 months

Every family has its breakdowns, but the outside world doesn't usually hear about them. The royal family doesn't like to air its dirty laundry in public either, traditionally preferring to adopt Queen's mantra of "never complain, never explain." So, when there's a wobble in that stiff upper lip, people lap up every detail.

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