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Head of pharmaceutical firm found guilty, bribed doctors to prescribe unneeded drugs

Prosecutors said the firm's action fueled the opioid epidemic and cost many lives.

Walmart’s “army” of robotic workers could be the future of retail

The company assures their workers that the robots will not replace their workforce.

New interactive website tracks voyages of trans-Atlantic slave trade

Explore educational interactive maps, timelines, and animations.

U.S. deaths by suicide, alcohol and drugs are on the rise

Instances of people taking their lives was double the average annual pace over previous decade

Do you live in one of America’s most sinful states? This survey will help you find out

WalletHub compared the 50 states across 43 key indicators of immorality.

Thousands of French gather in protest against anti-Semitic attacks

Scores of gravestones marred with swastikas, anti-Semitic graffiti on a bagel shop, prompt France to declare "Enough!"

Regular churchgoers are happier, study says

In the US in particular, religious observance has been found to be a key factor in emotional well-being.

Citizens of Denver seek legalization of “magic mushrooms”

The city that first legalized marijuana looks towards other illicit drugs.

Berlin night clubs pitch in to help the homeless

They'll have to adjust their schedules to enable people to get in out of the cold.

Solidarity: Why we need it and how to get it

It's vital that we find common ground and support each other in our needs.

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