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Colin Kaepernick signs deal with Disney

Following the huge success of "The Last Dance" and renewed discussions about systemic racism in America, Disney is partnering with one of the most notable voices in the country: Colin Kaepernick.

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Struggling airline swaps planes for trains

Austria's flagship airline is replacing one of its flights with a more frequent train service, in order to meet the environmental criteria of its recent government bailout.

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How to talk with your Black friends about race

When #BlackLivesMatter trended in response to the deaths of Sandra Bland, Samuel DuBose and Jonathan Sanders, a weak link in one of my strongest friendships revealed itself.

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Gayle King challenged AT&T's CEO on race. He agreed it was a 'fair' critique

AT&T's next CEO, John Stankey, is a White man -- replacing Randall Stephenson, a White man. When CBS News' Gayle King questioned whether Stephenson should have used his retirement to promote someone who doesn't look like him to head one of America's biggest companies, Stephenson said her point was valid.

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Behaviors once considered extreme are now crucial to protect us during the pandemic

One of the hallmarks of obsessive-compulsive disorder is contamination fears and excessive hand-washing. Years ago, a patient with severe OCD came to my office wearing gloves and a mask and refused to sit on any of the "contaminated" chairs. Now, these same behaviors are accepted and even encouraged to keep everyone healthy.

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Analysis: You shouldn't believe Trump missed this guy chanting 'white power'

On Sunday morning -- before making the 271st visit to one of his golf courses during his presidency -- Donald Trump retweeted a video he said is from the Villages, a retirement community in Florida, in which a man driving a golf cart with Trump campaign posters is seen and heard yelling "white power."

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Analysis: The hard truth about the Facebook ad boycott: Nothing matters but Zuckerberg

For years, Facebook has been viewed as one of the only truly indispensable digital advertising platforms for big and small businesses looking to reach the social network's vast audience. Even as the company lurched from one controversy to the next, and endured viral hashtags calling for users to delete the app, its advertising machine kept churning out money, making Facebook seem all but unstoppable.

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