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Why thousands of restaurants are open, but you're not allowed inside

Early in the pandemic, restaurants had to close their dining rooms because of local or national restrictions intended to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Those restrictions have mostly lifted — but thousands of restaurant dining rooms are still unavailable to customers.

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Opinion: The sleeping monster awakes

In 1919, the English economist John Maynard Keynes called inflation a means by which "governments can confiscate, secretly and unobserved, an important part of the wealth of their citizens." If allowed to run out of control, the falling value of currency turns "the process of wealth-getting...into a gamble and a lottery."

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COP26 climate talks off to an ominous start after weak G20 leaders' meeting

It was in the city of Glasgow that Scottish engineer James Watts improved the workings of the steam engine and, unwittingly, kicked off the Industrial Revolution. Never could he have imagined that humans would burn so much coal, oil and gas over the next two centuries that they would imperil the very climate that has allowed for their existence.

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CNN anchor opens up about dealing with postpartum anxiety

President Joe Biden has dropped his proposal to provide 12 weeks of paid family leave from the $1.75 trillion package of social programs, CNN's Pamela Brown reflects on her own experiences with post-partum depression and how paid family leave allowed her time to seek help and heal.

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Forensic pathologist explains what was 'odd' about the scene

Forensic pathologist Dr. Priya Banerjee spoke with CNN's Wolf Blitzer about the Laundrie family being allowed at the scene where their son Brian's remains were found and the challenge her colleagues will face determining Laundrie's cause of death.

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Stores are preparing for a blowout Halloween

Last year, Halloween entailed homemade candy chutes — pipes that allowed people to send candy down to costumed children without getting too close — and pre-packaged goody bags left on stoops, curbs and outdoor tables.

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A vital clue to where Covid-19 came from may sit in Wuhan hospital

China is preparing to test thousands of blood samples from the city of Wuhan as part of the probe into the origins of Covid-19, but as CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports, the World Health Organization and other foreign experts will not be allowed to analyze the data independently.

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The tragic messages the Gabby Petito case sends

Gabby Petito's tragic case kicked off a national conversation about the lasting spotlight that is often given to missing White people, compared to their non-White counterparts. While Petito's family should of course be allowed to use everything at their disposal to get to the bottom of exactly what happened to Gabby, we cannot ignore the effects of that same level of access not being extended to the Black and brown, who are just as desperate to find missing loved ones.

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Opinion: This group has a lot to lose when the Covid emergency ends

Recognizing the dire health risks incarcerated individuals faced in overcrowded federal prisons from Covid-19, the Bureau of Prisons allowed thousands of people to complete their sentences from home over the past year. It was part of a directive under the CARES Act, passed by Congress and signed into law in 2020 by then President Donald Trump. In this time, many of those released have found jobs, enrolled in career courses and have been reunited with their families.

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Clarissa Ward is back in Kabul. Here's what she's seeing

Women will no longer be allowed to attend classes or work at Kabul University "until an Islamic environment is created," the school's new Taliban-appointed chancellor announced, in the latest move excluding Afghanistan's women from public life. CNN's Clarissa Ward reports.

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