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'Parasite' and 'Hustlers' set their sights on the class divide and feasted on the rich.

In a political landscape dominated by class warfare, 2019 was the year movies ate the rich

Movies like 'Parasite' and 'Hustlers' turned their sights on the class divide and feasted on the one percent.
Coffee culture in America is rooted in a "grab-and-go" philosophy.

14 common American things that surprise people from other countries

From bright yellow school buses to grape flavored skittles, things Americans find commonplace don't necessarily exist outside of the US.

TikTok is reportedly considering a rebrand in the US to shed its Chinese roots

ByteDance, the company which owns short-form video app TikTok, has recently come under fire due to the fact that it is headquartered in China.
China's US treasuries have fallen during the trade war

China aims to reduce its dependence on America by ‘decoupling’ from the dollar, ANZ bank says

Analysts at ANZ said that "the pace of diversification into other currencies will likely quicken going forward,” as the trade war rages on.
A monarch butterfly clings to a plant at the Monarch Grove Sanctuary in Pacific Grove, California, December 30, 2014.

More than 50% of insects have disappeared since 1970, an ecologist warns — even more evidence of an ‘insect apocalypse’

A new report reveals that 50% or more of insects have disappeared since 1970 due to habitat loss and pesticide use.

US budget deficit jumps above $1 trillion for the first time in more than 6 years

Lawmakers typically have more tools to reduce debt when the economy is in a solid place. But recent legislation has taken it the opposite direction.

7 ways America has changed since the last impeachment hearing

It's been 21 years since President Bill Clinton's impeachment hearing — the Titanic was the top grossing film, and the unemployment rate was 4.6%
Arches National Park in Utah.

The most beautiful places to visit in the US

From breathtaking natural wonders to architectural marvels built by humans, here are the most beautiful places to visit in the US.
A collapsed house, downed trees, and downed power lines are seen in Mississippi following Hurricane Katrina in September, 2005.

Hurricanes on the scale of Katrina and Harvey are now 3 times more likely than a century ago: ‘We cannot hope to combat storms’

A new study reveals that extremely damaging hurricanes are becoming more frequent relative to moderate storms, likely due to climate change.
President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping arrive at a state dinner at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, November 9, 2017.

China and the US agreed to roll back trade-war tariffs — or it may be ‘more of the same kind of pump we see almost daily’

"Top negotiators had serious, constructive discussions and agreed to remove the additional tariffs in phases," said Gao Feng, Chinese commerce ministry spokesperson.