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Here’s what Burger King’s new logo looks like

Burger King’s identity is getting a whopper of a refresh, with its first new logo in more than 20 years. Using colors inspired by its “real and delicious food,” the fast food chain unveiled Thursday a retro-influenced new identity that includes a redesigned (yet recognizable) logo and new food packaging, employee uniforms and signage in

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‘Chaos. Anarchy. Assault on Democracy.’ Here’s how newspapers around the world reacted to US Capitol riots

Across the United States, millions watched in horror Wednesday as unprecedented scenes of chaos unfolded at the US Capitol. Supporters of President Donald Trump breached the building — just as Congress kicked off a joint session to certify President-elect Joe Biden’s win. At least four people died. But in the hours that authorities scrambled to

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Late-night hosts react to Capitol riot: ‘The treason finale of the Donald Trump era’

Late-night hosts, typically some of the most jovial personalities on television, were somber and angry Wednesday night after rioters stormed the halls of Congress in a failed attempt to block the certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory. Stephen Colbert, the top rated late-night host, kicked off a special live version of CBS’ “The

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Donald Trump should be removed from office to preserve democracy, business leaders say

The National Association of Manufacturers, one of the most influential business groups in the US, called on Vice President Mike Pence Wednesday to consider removing President Donald Trump from office. The statement from Republican-leaning NAM, the nation’s largest manufacturing association, marks perhaps the strongest political statement by a major business group in modern history. And

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Trump should be removed from office to preserve democracy, business leaders say

The National Association of Manufacturers, one of the most influential business groups in the US, called on Vice President Mike Pence Wednesday to consider removing President Donald Trump from office. The statement from Republican-leaning NAM, the nation’s largest manufacturing association, marks perhaps the strongest political statement by a major business group in modern history. And

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