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Not Guilty • On November 19, the fourth day of deliberations, a jury acquitted Kyle Rittenhouse, 18, of all charges in his trial for shooting three men, two of whom died, during demonstrations in Kenosha in August 2020. The protests were in response to the police shooting of a Black man, Jacob Blake, which was captured on cellphone video and came just three months after the killing of George Floyd. Prosecutors argued Rittenhouse, armed with a semiautomatic rifle, acted needlessly and recklessly; he claimed it was self defense.
A MAXimum Memorial • How Boeing’s missteps continued well past the Ethiopian Airlines flight that killed all 157 on board
Q&A: Peter Robison
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN • It will be a mess when she’s gone
THE ROYAL TREATMENT
CAN THE OTHER WOMAN BECOME QUEEN? • Charles wants the highest title for his wife, Camilla
America’s Most RESPONSIBLE Companies 2022 • SOME COMPANIES TAKE THEIR SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL OBLIGATIONS MORE SERIOUSLY THAN OTHERS. HERE ARE 500 LARGE PUBLIC CORPORATIONS THAT REALLY STEP UP
Around the World With Chocolate • The history of chocolate dates back thousands of years to the ancient Mayans and Olmecs of Mesoamerica (present-day Mexico). Back then, it was used in bitter drinks for medicinal and ceremonial purposes, unlike the sweet candy in today’s grocery stores. As chocolate has grown more widespread, cultures around the world have put their own spins on the delicacy. From chocolate spa treatments to Valentine’s Day Hershey kisses, here’s a sampling of global cocoa treats and traditions.