I lost my father on 9/11. I am still ashamed of the injustice done in the name of families like mine

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Column: I Lost My Father on 9/11. I Am Still Ashamed of the Injustice Done in the Name of Families Like Mine
By Elizabeth Miller
I knew that as a "9/11 kid" I had an obligation to speak out against the injustices that stemmed from my loss
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A Climate Solution Lies Deep Under the Ocean—But Accessing It Could Have Huge Environmental Costs
By Aryn Baker
Marine biologists say this solution is part of one of the least-understood environments on earth
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Pop Icon Britney Spears Wins TIME's 2021 TIME100 Reader Poll
By TIME Staff
Nearly 1.8 million votes were cast in total, with Spears claiming 4% of the vote
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The World’s Most Famous Private Detective Makes No Apologies
By Simon Shuster
Jules Kroll pioneered the private intelligence industry, which has become known conferring power and impunity upon the rich
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Tony Leung Captivates in Shang-Chi. But His Favorite Film Is the One He Hasn't Done Yet
By Kat Moon
The star talks about playing Wenwu in 'Shang-Chi,' the martial arts-inspired fight choreography and how he thinks about success
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