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Americans are nationals and citizens of the United States of America. Although nationals and citizens make up the majority of Americans, many dual citizens, expatriates, and permanent residents may also claim American nationality. The United States is home to people of many different ethnic origins. As a result, American culture and law does not equate nationality with race or ethnicity, but with citizenship and permanent allegiance.

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With so many Americans now both living and working from home amid the coronavirus pandemic, work burnout and fatigue may be inevitable. Psychiatrist Dr. Sue..
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People are still searching for domestic vacation destinations that have long been major draws β€”Β including in places where COVID-19 cases are rising.
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Americans have been saving record amounts of money amid economic shutdowns and generous federal stimulus checks. When will they spend it?
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Without a national plan on testing there simply is not enough capacity now to screen Americans with mild cases who might pass the virus to others.
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Americans are far from the only ones going stir-crazy -- because chaos can be found anywhere these days ... notably, Belgium, where cops are fighting their own..
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Americans are dressing down, and that's hurting retailers that sell business wear, including suits chain Men's Wearhouse, Ann Taylor and Loft.
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We saw firsthand how Americans are more empathetic and less dogmatic than many are inclined to believe.
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Today's environment is unlike anything our nation has ever experienced. We are on the brink of an economic and food security disaster.
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Communities of color are dying at higher rates from the novel coronavirus than white Americans. Here's how structural inequities play a role.
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Some Americans will see an erosion in their credit scores, affecting their ability to borrow, while others could fall behind in retirement preparation.
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About 59% of young Americans say the pandemic has upended their goal to become financially independent from family, according to a new report from TD..
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Congressional Democrats argue that the White House does not understand the severity of the situation facing Americans.
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For about half of Americans, high-speed internet – a modern necessity, especially now during the COVID pandemic – is either unavailable or unaffordable
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