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Heres why stocks are climbing as protests rage…

Brett Carlsen/Getty Images A weekend filled with police brutality protests, looting, and civil unrest was largely ignored by investors as markets climbed higher on both Monday and Tuesday. Risk assets have been largely detached from…

Is travel safe? Experts on hotels, flying and…

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Alyssa Powell/Business Insider As parts of the country begin to reopen, some travelers are considering future vacation plans with…

A day of protests in America following George…

1 p.m.: San Francisco's Sunday protests began peacefully. By nighttime, a dusk-to-dawn curfew was instituted. The city's fire chief said violence escalated — 140 emergency medical calls were made and firefighters put out 20 fires.…

Elon Musk: It took 100,000 people to launch…

SpaceX on Saturday launched two NASA astronauts, Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley — its first-ever human passengers — into orbit. The astronauts on Sunday docked to the football field-size International Space Station to begin an…

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Pepper spray sales are surging as protests rock…

Pepper spray, Black Lives Matter merchandise, and antidepressants are in high demand.  A Sabre protective spray climbed to the top spot of Amazon's sports and outdoor best sellers list on Tuesday, with others also gracing…

10 diversity leaders who are fighting inequality in…

Dalana Brand, Twitter's vice president of people experience and head of inclusion and diversity, believes social media can help employees have frank conversations about inequality. Twitter Brand wants Twitter to be known as a company…