A Reuters review of census-related and some fine-related police data from across France reveals that police have fined people at higher rates in areas with the heaviest percentages of immigrants.
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Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock and Republican football legend Herschel Walker faced off on Tuesday in a final election that will determine whether Democrats can expand their razor-thin majority in the U.S. Senate and solidify Georgia as a battleground state in the next presidential election.
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U.S. main indexes slid Tuesday, led by declines in tech stocks as investors worried about a longer rate-hike cycle.
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U.S. companies, from tech majors to consumer firms, are bracing for a potential economic downturn by shrinking their employee base to streamline operations.
As human activities rapidly transform the planet, the global insect population is declining at an unprecedented rate of up to 2% per year.