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Criminal Charges for Covid-19 Deaths at Massachusetts Veterans’ Home
Two former leaders of the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home were charged in connection with a coronavirus outbreak at the facility, where 76 people died.
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Markets Decline as Pandemic’s Grip Tightens
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Meet California State University's New Chancellor
Friday: Joseph Castro will be the first Californian and the first Mexican-American to lead the nation’s biggest four-year public university system.
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Supreme Court Pick and First Debate Loom in Days Ahead
A hugely consequential stretch of the presidential race is about to begin. In Arizona, Democratic candidates are polling strongly. Here’s the latest.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Live Updates: Justice to Lie in State at the Capitol
Justice Ginsburg will be honored in a ceremony Friday morning and will lie in state in Statuary Hall, the first woman to be given that honor.
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The Other Supreme Court Fight
And what else you need to know today.
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The Empty Stages of N.Y.C.
Most concerts, plays and other live performances have yet to resume amid the pandemic. The fallout has devastated creative workers and hurt the city.
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Federal Judge Bars Trump Administration From Ending Census Early
The ruling says the census, which was delayed for months because of the coronavirus, needs more time to get an accurate count.
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The Field: Policing and Power in Minneapolis
Could a push to transform the police in the city where George Floyd was killed become the issue that defines the presidential election?
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Kim Jong-un Offers South Korea Rare Apology for Killing of Official
“I am deeply sorry that an unexpected and unfortunate thing has happened in our territorial waters,” the North Korean leader said by telephone, officials in the South said.
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Google Services Go Down in Some Parts of U.S.
People experienced outages of services like Gmail, YouTube and Google Meet.
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Pac-12 Will Play Football in 2020, Joining Other Top Leagues During the Pandemic
The decision clears a path for programs like Oregon and Southern California, and means every Power 5 league intends to compete this fall.
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2020 Election, Coronavirus Vaccine, Prince: Your Thursday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Covid-19 Live News
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York said his state would conduct its own review of vaccines authorized by the federal government amid concern that the approval process has become politicized.
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Life in ‘Anarchist’ New York City
I saw a woman drinking iced coffee in 57 degree weather. OK, chaos agent!
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If Trump Won’t Go, Then What?
Readers react to the president’s pre-emptive dismissal of election results that go against him.
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Trump Wants You to Think You Can’t Get Rid of Him
His strongman threats are scary. But don’t forget that he’s weak.
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Performing in a Pandemic
Most professional theater in America has been shut down since March. So how did this production of “Godspell” come together?
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Covid-19 News: Cuomo Says New York Will Vet Federally Authorized Vaccines
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York said the state will conduct its own review of vaccines authorized by the federal government over concern that the approval process has become too politicized.
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Join Molly Jong-Fast to discuss taking part in a coronavirus vaccine trial.
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What to Know About Newsom’s Big Climate Plan
Thursday: Gov. Gavin Newsom announced plans to ban the sale of gas-powered new cars by 2035.
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The Power of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Imagination
She was able to see a world where men and women would be treated equally.
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Trump Again Undermines Democratic Norms
President Trump’s refusal on Wednesday to commit to a peaceful transfer of power enraged Democrats. Here’s the latest.
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Jobless Data Is Expected to Show That Progress Is Slowing: Live Business Updates
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40 days to Nov. 3
And what else you need to know today.
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Industry City: Here’s What Happened
After a long battle to rezone Industry City in Brooklyn, developers abandoned the plan, eliminating a possible 20,000 new jobs. 
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Harold Evans, Crusading Newspaperman With a Second Act, Dies at 92
In Britain, he helped redefine high-quality newspapers and challenged legal restrictions on the press. In America, he brought new scope and glitz to book publishing as the head of Random House.
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How Trump Hasn't Protected Those With Pre-Existing Conditions
The president’s promises on health care stand in stark contrast with his legislative, regulatory and legal record.
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This Is the Casual Racism That I Face at My Elite High School
Amazingly, the school did something to fix it.
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North Korea Shoots and Burns South Korean, Officials Say
The body of the fisheries official, who was apparently trying to defect to the North, was set ablaze for fear he was carrying the coronavirus, South Korean officials said.
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