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Experts share their thoughts on the engagement watch trend.
Another mascot change in a professional sport.
"This hesitancy in the U.S. is pretty much as old as vaccines," said UNLV historian Michael Green.
Americans are returning to work and finding that sensibilities and dress codes have changed. With hybrid dressing, ‘all bets are off.'
Aside from the seven states served by the dam itself and its influence on the Southwest, Hoover Dam’s impact can be felt across the continental U.S. and as far away as Alaska.
After 16 months of sitting mostly empty, offices in the U.S. are preparing to re-open their doors to employees. But, while corporate spaces have always been ruled by dress codes, a pandemic year at home will throw those strictures out the window.