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Walgreens Aims to Add Diversity to Drug Trials Through Stores
Tokyo Passes Ordinance to Recognize Same-Sex Partnerships
Toronto Police More Likely to Use Force Against Black People
Heat Dome Bakes Midwest Like a Giant Oven, Breaking Records
Ferrari Vows Electric Shift Won’t Eat Up Its Luxury Margins
Without Commuters, US Transit Agencies Are Running Out of Options
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Block to Give Up San Francisco Office in Blow to City’s Revival
Buckle Up: Where Does Crypto Go From Here?
Ethereum Mining Is Going Away, and Miners Are Not Happy
Crypto Rally Reverses as Post-Fed Mood in Global Markets Sours

A rally in beaten-down cryptocurrencies stumbled Thursday on the prospect of a sustained campaign of Federal Reserve interest-rate hikes that will likely suck liquidity from global markets.
Everything from Bitcoin to smaller and sometimes lesser-known tokens known as altcoins reversed earlier gains. The prolonged selloff has led to a drop of more than $1 trillion in crypto market value this year. 


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