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China embraces cryptography for 2020

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Becoming the first nation to pass a crypto-law, China prepares for a new regulatory framework to implement throughout the country.

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‘Harriet’ reignites hard conversations on representation, Blackness and memory

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‘Harriet’ narrates the life of an important African American historical figure, but draws polarized reception by Black audiences.

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Congressional impeachment proceedings move to the next phase of investigations by going live this week | ‘Orange is the New Peach’ Trump Impeachment series

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Introducing a temporary series, Orange is the New Peach, the Ark Republic news desk will provide regular updates on the impeachment proceedings against US President Donald Trump.

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Nevada leading the way in Tokenization with initiative focusing on cannabis industry

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The marijuana industry was one of the last bastions of networks where cash found solace. Ironically, cannabis moves forward as the first enterprise to employ digital tokenization. However, this is not a fairy tale story, but one forged out of necessity.

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‘We like to pawty’: A costumed yappy hour for canines provides holistic pet care tips on CBD

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The CBD industry taps into the well-being of canines by expanding a sector focusing in cannabidiol products for pet care.

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Democrats take home critical victories, Republicans hold onto key offices in off-year elections

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Off year elections show big wins on both sides, and a historical win for a third party.

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Cannabis + Crypto = Currency

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Today, 47 states have legalized cannabis in some form or another. The problem is that federal laws still categorize marijuana as a schedule 1 drug or an illegal substance. In turn, cannabis businesses cannot bank at FDIC insured banks.

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Post-Halloween, Indigenous cultures show how they retained traditions to honor the dead

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    Aztecan ritual in Los Angeles at Día de los Muertos festival on Olvera Street.
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    Fet Gede 2019 in New York City's Socrates Park. Photo credit: Haitian Times
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    Women in Port-au-Prince go to altar of Baron Samedi
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    Marie Leveau's tomb in St. Louis Cemetery No. 1
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    Ancestral altar for Día de los Muertos

This weekend, three distinct cultures celebrate the life by paying homage to those who came before them. In Los Angeles, Louisiana and New York City, indigenous cultures that have survived colonialism, conquistadors, and slavery are still standing, even though they had to practice of form of syncretism, or blending to keep their spirituality

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Jazz-soul group, Ranky Tanky keeps Gullah roots at the center of music

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Pulling from a culture that sits at the center of American music, Ranky Tanky, a quintet from Charleston, South Carolina, pays homage to the Gullah tradition and ways in their songs.

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11-Day strike ends: Chicago Teachers Union reaches agreement with the City

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After months of contentious bargaining followed by an 11-day strike, the Chicago Teachers Union agreed to a tentative five-year contract and five days compensation for missed days during their work stoppage.

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