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How Peloton and the Pandemic Changed Fitness
Peloton was already connecting millions to its unique brand of exercise when Covid struck, forcing gyms and studios to shutter. Since then, the company’s rise has been meteoric.
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The Mastermind Behind the $4 Billion 1MDB Con
It's one of the biggest thefts in history.
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These Trees Are Not What They Seem
The story of how the Nature Conservancy, the world’s biggest environmental group, became a dealer of meaningless carbon offsets.
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Why Secrecy Haunts China’s Solar Factories in Xinjiang
The world’s solar power surge depends on polysilicon from factories in Xinjiang, the region at the center of China’s crackdown on Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities.
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This Controversial Exposure Tactic Could Save Lives
Is it ethical, or even possible, that deliberately exposing healthy volunteers to harmful pathogens would mean faster vaccine research for everyone?
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The American Invasion of English Football Has Begun
English football has never seen so many U.S. investors, and that has fans nervous. The Premier League is widely regarded as the best in the world.
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The Rise and Fall of American Malls
Part social gathering spaces, part retail meccas, malls were once the centerpiece of the suburban American experience. Now, faced with challenges from all sides, most are barely hanging on.
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How Covid Vaccine Tech Could Fight Cancer Soon
The mRNA technology at the heart of two Covid-19 shots has been decades in the making. Now it may soon be used to fight cancer and HIV.
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Why These Money-Making Athletes Are Paid Nothing
There's an elemental conflict in modern college sports. The NCAA is a multi-billion dollar behemoth, yet the athletes responsible for all that revenue make nothing. That may be about to change.
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Inside Cyberpunk 2077's Disastrous Rollout
Cyberpunk 2077 was one of the most anticipated video games of all time. Its developer, Poland's CD Projekt Red, was beloved by fans and critics alike.
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How Sports Reshaped Politics in This U.S. City
Atlanta Georgia became one of the most important voting areas in the country during a generation defining election.
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An Insider Revealed Nissan's Secrets, Then Faced Its Wrath
Nissan Motor Co.’s former top lawyer, who led an internal investigation into alleged financial misconduct by Carlos Ghosn, said he endured retaliation, demotions and even surveillance of his family
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The Man Challenging India’s Caste System
Taking India’s marginalized communities out of poverty is more than just education. It’s about giving them a new identity.  Bloomberg’s Game Changers talks to the man rethinking India’s caste system.
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Infiltrating Florida’s Animal-Slaughter Underworld
Richard Couto has spent millions of dollars of his own money to fight animal cruelty. From a secret South Florida compound, he stages undercover horsemeat buys to bring down illegal slaughterhouses.
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Community Solar Is Bringing Renewable Energy to Everyone
A new business model for residential power enables people to switch to solar without the up-front cost of home installation, a critical step in bringing lower-income Americans into the green fold.
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How Singapore Uses Science to Stay Cool
Heat waves kill more people than any other extreme weather event: more than tornados, hurricanes, and even floods.
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Lab-Grown Real Meat is Finally Here
Companies around the world are beginning to commercialize “cultured” meat products, developed by growing animal cells in a lab rather than killing living creatures.
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Heroin’s Hidden Ingredient, Courtesy of a U.S. Company
A $324 jug of acetic anhydride made in Mexico by an American company was enough to produce 90,000 hits of high-grade heroin. The drug cartels can't get enough of it.
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Life-Saving Car Technology No One Wants
Technology exists today that could dramatically improve the safety of drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians. We’re just not using it, here’s why.
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Untangling a Murder Conspiracy in Honduras
Berta Cáceres, a prominent Honduran environmental activist, was killed in her home in 2016.
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How The Next Batteries Will Change the World
Silicon Valley is about to commercialize revolutionary technology that will enable huge breakthroughs in the battle against global warming.
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The Future of Manufacturing Will Be 3D Printed | Presented by HP
In this video, we visit the HP 3D Printing Centre of Excellence in Barcelona to learn how 3D printing is radically changing the way companies design produce and distribute almost anything.
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Why Calcium Chloride Is Fueling a Cocaine War
Tetra Technologies makes calcium chloride, a compound used for everything from fracking to melting ice. It's also critical to the mass production of cocaine.
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How Pakistan’s Filmmaking Star is Changing Her Country
Documentary filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy has risen to prominence by highlighting women's issues in her home country of Pakistan and beyond, becoming the first Pakistani to win an Academy Award.
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Wave Power Could Be Energy's Next Big Leap
Searching for ways to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels, engineers and entrepreneurs are looking to a largely untapped potential source of renewable energy: wave power.
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The Dark Side of Genetic Genealogy
Police around the U.S. have embraced "genetic genealogy," which uses DNA consumers offer up to the internet to identify criminal suspects.
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How Oumuamua Changed The Way We Watch Space
Space missions usually take years to prepare.
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From NYC's Bronx to Congress, Ritchie Torres is Defying Expectations
Ritchie Torres made history when he was elected to Congress for his district in New York City, but he couldn't have anticipated his first 100 days would be this historic.
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Everything You Need to Know About Gold
Late-night television ads tell us now is the time to buy that mesmerizing precious metal backed by thousands of years of human greed. But is gold actually a good investment in the 21st century?
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Life Inside North Korea’s Hacker Army
North Korea has sent hundreds of programmers abroad to make money by any means necessary. With the latest U.S. hacking charges, we take a look at the lives of this secret army, their fears and dreams.
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