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Covid’s Emotional Toll on the World’s Youngsters
A new survey lays bare the intangible consequences of illness, lockdown and quarantine on the world’s children.
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Intercepted GOP robocalls expose how Trump hopes to corrupt the election
Kimberly Guilfoyle and Lara Trump inadvertently give away the scam.
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Who’s Succeeding Against the Coronavirus and Why
Four months after the coronavirus outbreak was declared a global health emergency, countries around the world have seen vastly different results from their efforts to fight the pandemic.
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‘Spelunky 2’: Blazingly difficult and completely addictive
Can you be enamored with a game and downright horrible at it? “Spelunky 2” proves the answer can be a perverse “yes.”
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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, wife test positive for coronavirus
They were tested after a member of the Executive Mansion staff was diagnosed with covid-19.
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Police are using the law to deny the release of records involving use of force, critics claim
Officials say they are following long-standing rules to guard people’s rights and the integrity of investigations.
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How the scuba community is navigating the pandemic’s uncharted waters
Tourism-dependent dive businesses have adapted to the moment with increased safety measures and new revenue streams.
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Why making your diet part of your identity is bad for your health — and society
Too many people believe that what helped them lose weight is the One True Diet. That’s dangerous.
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Republicans can’t just support a peaceful transition. They must condemn Trump’s words.
Supporting someone who declares his contempt for elections is unpatriotic.
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Loudoun man sentenced to nearly six years for embezzling $8 million in malpractice settlements
Structured settlement specialist said he used the money to pay other obligations, and will be able to pay $9.1 million restitution.
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Small investors have pushed big companies toward social change. A new SEC rule will limit their influence
Shareholder proposals from small investors are credited with pushing big companies to improve their record over the past decade on social issues such as climate change, social justice and human rights.
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Some best-case scenarios for the election!
We should spend more time imagining ways that the election can go right!
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Three words every impatient parent, like myself, needs to learn to say: Take your time
I’ve spent my children’s childhoods trying to remember to offer them “Take your time,” like a gift wrapped in leisure and ease. What I wouldn’t give for the grace of Alicia Keys.
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The Daily 202: Trump balloting machinations heighten fears of 1876 redux
State election officials strategize about contingencies.
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The Finance 202: Biden would create stronger economic growth and more jobs, economists find
Even a scaled-back version of Biden's economic program would translate into a meaningful boost.
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Federal judge blocks Trump Administration attempt to end 2020 Census early
The case is likely to be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court
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The Energy 202: Trump’s offshore drilling ban won't stop air gun blasts that may harm sea life
In a court filing, the Trump administration said the president's order does not stop companies from requesting to use the controversial sonic blasts to search for offshore oil.
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McDonald’s new spicy nuggets aren’t really all that new — and thank goodness for that
We've got enough to deal with, and fortunately McDonald's spicy chicken nuggets are the nuggs of your childhood, with a tweak.
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In a Dark Sky park in Pennsylvania, reaching for the stars from a rooftop tent
Camping on top of your car means no stakes, no poles and no sleeping on the cold ground.
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A useful litmus test for the next Supreme Court justice
Individual liberties must be protected from legislative majoritarianism.
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In the galleries: Studies in ‘anti-landscapes’ and seeing the unseen
Exploring the interplay between natural light and artificial day
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Tim Heidecker found fame through absurdist humor. His new album ‘Fear of Death’ is no laughing matter.
For much of the past two decades, Heidecker has engineered a comedic multiverse with ridiculous friends, their orbit teeming with so many in-jokes, origin myths and recurring characters that tracking them would require a field guide.
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Don’t despair: Beverly Glenn-Copeland actually has hope to offer us in 2020
Hearing his music can kindle a glimmer of hope for our grim future.
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McMaster’s memoir is heavy on history, but light on Trump
Former national security adviser avoids criticism of his former boss and undermines the credibility he is trying to assert.
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A global energy study that misses some climate change realities
Daniel Yergin is behind the curve on the activism, engineering and climate science reshaping the energy world, environmentalist Bill McKibben contends.
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Killing millions from behind their desks
Dan Gretton offers a cautionary tale of bureaucratic slaughter past and present.
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The Cybersecurity 202: Trump’s attacks on the election are hitting a wall with some of his allies
The FBI director and a few congressional Republicans are distancing themselves from his attacks.
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The Health 202: Trump's new health-care plan isn't really a plan
It's a public imaging makeover for his health care record.
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How Harley-Davidson Lost Its Rumble in India
Departure of the American motorcycle icon reflects poorly on both company and Modi’s economic program.
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Vintage planes to fly over D.C. on Friday morning
The flyover commemorates the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II.
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