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How Ghislaine Maxwell’s arrest upended the filming of ‘Surviving Jeffrey Epstein’ The fourth episode of the new Lifetime docuseries, premiering Sunday, was redone to focus on Maxwell’s alleged crimes and her grooming of potential victims.

69% of Americans think the way they work has changed forever Fortune Analytics got an exclusive look at Salesforce's proprietary data to learn how the pandemic is impacting workers during—and after—the crisis.

Is it safe to swim during the coronavirus pandemic? Fortune talks to health experts about whether it's safe to swim in public pools, rivers, or oceans during the coronavirus pandemic.

One of the world’s top COVID-19 vaccines is ‘stuck’ in customs—Is the delay deliberate? The episode is stoking fears that politics might get in the way of science.

Postponing elective surgeries due to COVID-19 might have pushed the opioid crisis to the next level In most cases, elective surgeries deal with serious medical issues.

A weakening U.S. dollar makes these 3 assets more attractive for your portfolio It may be time to give foreign stocks, gold, and emerging markets a closer look.

Why China’s catastrophic floods will barely dent its economy Beijing's flood control strategy is paying off for some regions—but causing calamity in others.

Why are Black-owned businesses twice as likely to close during the pandemic? The coronavirus pandemic has disproportionately impacted Black-owned businesses, according to new research from the New York Fed.

It’s time to rethink power Fortune is adding a new criteria to our annual Most Powerful Women list. Would you make the cut?

Trump to sign an executive order to extend enhanced unemployments benefits as stimulus talks fall apart President Trump announced plans to sign an executive order to extend enhanced unemployments benefits—which expired in July—through the end of the year.

Americans are renouncing their citizenship in record numbers The trend of Americans giving up their U.S. citizenship took a big jump in the first six months of 2020.

Stimulus checks and enhanced unemployment delayed further with Democrats and Republicans unable to compromise Democratic and Republican leaders left their Friday meeting without an agreement—or much progress—on a broad stimulus bill.

Stimulus update: ‘A lot of progress’ made on enhanced unemployment extension, but ‘major disagreement’ is delaying it and stimulus checks Republicans and Democrats are finally making some progress on the next stimulus package.

Trump’s WeChat ban could hurt iPhone sales in China Without access to WeChat, consumers would likely balk at buying an iPhone in China and other parts of Asia.

Susan Rice sells Netflix shares ahead of Biden’s VP announcement “Ambassador Rice’s sale of a fraction of her Netflix stock has nothing to do with VP speculation,” a spokeswoman said.

‘A strange power’: The secretive Presidential committee that could kneecap TikTok How exactly can President Trump ban TikTok or order it to sell to Microsoft? The answer is CFIUS.

Joe Biden’s childcare plan will benefit working families—but basic income would help even more To be truly effective, universal childcare should be paired with a guaranteed income.

Independent restaurants are already in a perilous situation—and it’s about to get a lot worse Dining remains the hardest-hit industry for unemployment as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, based on the latest figures published Friday in July's jobs report.

How realistic is a 45-day sale for TikTok? TikTok needs to sell in 45 days. We asked experts how reasonable that timeline is.

Could the next ‘American Idol’ star come from TikTok? “American Idol” creator Simon Fuller said that he’ll conduct an audition process over the controversial app.

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