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Settle in with these weekend reads
It's difficult to actually know what's happening in the "hermit kingdom." What we do know is that history has taught us to take any health-related news out of North Korea with more than just a grain of salt.
Zoom is rolling out a long-awaited security update this weekend to deal with widespread complaints of video-conferencing interruptions and other potential meeting vulnerabilities.
Now, after 76 days under lockdown, people in the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak are mentally and financially drained. The city's experience shows the deep scars that a lengthy lockdown can have on a community and the long path back to normality.
Richard Phillips survived the longest wrongful prison sentence in American history by writing poetry and painting with watercolors. But on a cold day in the prison yard, he carried a knife and thought about revenge.
Flying will be different after the coronavirus. The company behind the "standing seat" has unveiled two new seat designs aimed at keeping a safe distance between passengers.
What's in your cup: Pour-over? Espresso? Cold brew? It turns out that coffee's not just fine for your health, it may even lengthen your life -- but only if you prepare it with a filter, according to a new study.
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