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The complicated politics around Novak Djokovic's vaccine dispute

CNN's Bianca Nobilo breaks down what's behind the high emotions surrounding Novak Djokovic's Covid-19 vaccine controversy. He is confined to a hotel in Melbourne as he mounts a legal challenge to the revocation of his visa ahead of the Australian Open.

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What's next for supply chains after the holiday rush

Retailers can breathe a sigh of relief now that the Christmas holiday is over, capping months of laborious planning to keep shelves stocked over the busy shopping period. But it may not be much of a respite.

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What's next for Elizabeth Holmes?

As Elizabeth Holmes heard in real time that a jury of eight men and four women had found her guilty on four counts of defrauding investors, the former Theranos CEO remained stoic.

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Need to hit a store on New Year's Day? Here's what's open

It's New Year's Day, and many of us are probably staying cocooned in our homes, contemplating the year ahead. But others among us might need to go about our regular weekly routines, including venturing out to shop for groceries, diapers, treats for the pooch and picking up prescription refills.

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Bill Gates won't join the space race. He wants to eradicate malaria and tuberculosis instead

Some of the world's richest men are squaring off in what's become a rivalry for the ages -- the space race. Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos, the two richest men on the planet and the CEOs of SpaceX and Blue Origin, respectively, have grand designs on the cosmos. They predict a universe where the internet is accessible from anywhere, humans are an interplanetary species, and rotating space stations host permanent residents.

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What's missing from Biden's democracy summit

On Thursday, President Joe Biden opens his Summit for Democracy, gathering representatives from over 100 countries to "galvanize commitments and initiatives across three principal themes: defending against authoritarianism, fighting corruption, and promoting respect for human rights."

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Former CDC director: What's next with Omicron and the pandemic?

On Thanksgiving morning, Covid reminded us that neither death nor mutations take a holiday. And while the virus gathers strength, a pandemic of pandemic fatigue undermines our ability to stop the virus. The newly discovered Omicron variant quickly led to border closures, a stock market plunge, and a collective sigh of despair: Will the pandemic ever end?

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The surprising common psychological traits between the far left and far right

The psychology of extremism can help explain how our society has turned into a 24/7 culture war. The latest "Reality Check with John Avlon: Extremist Beat" examines the science between what's causing people on the left and right to grow more extreme - with social psychology professor Jonathan Haidt.

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