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Media Fascination With The Petito Mystery Looks Like Racism To Some Native Americans

Media coverage around the death of 22-year-old Gabrielle Petito looks racist to those who note that murders and disappearances of Native Americans are mostly ignored.

A community of young investors on TikTok, including @ceowatchlist, @quicktrades and @irisapp, are using House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's stock trading disclosures as inspiration for where to invest themselves. One user called Pelosi the market's "biggest whale," while another called her the "queen of investing." @ceowatchlist; @quicktrades; @irisapp/TikTok hide caption

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TikTokers Are Trading Stocks By Copying What Members Of Congress Do

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Media Fascination With The Petito Mystery Looks Like Racism To Some Native Americans

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Holly Rutter collects cans from tailgaters on the campus of Michigan State University in East Lansing on Sept. 11, 2021. People in Michigan can get 10 cents for each can or bottle they return to a store. Sarah Lehr/WKAR hide caption

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Tailgater Trash At Michigan State University Is Treasure For Can Collectors

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