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What You Need To Know About Today’s Elections In Minnesota And Georgia

Believe it or not, the 2020 Democratic presidential primary is still going on — but it comes to an end today. Connecticut’s presidential primary is the last of the cycle, and the fact that it’s happening so late in the season is rare. According to presidential primaries expert and FiveThirtyEight contributor Josh Putnam, it marks…

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What We Know About COVID-19 Antibodies Is Changing. Here’s What’s New.

So much has changed since the first cases of the coronavirus emerged in the United States earlier this year, with masks and social distancing now becoming the norm of everyday life (or they should be, anyway). But perhaps the most fluid part of the pandemic has been in trying to understand and predict the virus’…

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How to Write About Climate Change

Just as the physics of our atmosphere is no longer only the concern of atmospheric physicists, so has climate change become a dominating theme for writers of otherwise different concerns. From Jeff Vandermeer’s Annihilation to Nathaniel Rich’s Odds Against Tomorrow, the last decade has seen such a steep rise in sophisticated “cli-fi” that some literary…

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All About the Chips: Taiwan is Next Battleground for Trade Fight

Vital tech production could put the island back at the center of intensifying Sino-American relations.The media likes to dabble in war-game fantasies between the 21st-century great powers China and the U.S., but it’s a distraction from the hybrid economic warfare that is underway—from Trump’s tariff hikes to the shores of the advanced economy.Here in a…

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Nancy Pelosi Virtue Signals About’Values’, Omits Inconvenient Details About Her Own (But We’ve Got’Em)

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of Calif., speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill, Thursday, July 2, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)——It seems like every single time I log on to social media or turn on the nightly news, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is yammering on and on about the alleged differences…

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It’s About Time Hollywood Turns on Ellen DeGeneres

Ellen DeGeneres is finally getting “canceled” by Hollywood. Brad Garrett is one of the first celebrities to openly turn against the former golden child of television talk shows. Based on the looks of things, he won’t be the last. After months of a non-stop barrage of accusations against the talk show host, Hollywood is finally…

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The Truth About Meghan Markle & Prince Harry’s War on the Tabloids

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry love nothing more than pontificating on the evils of the media. The new biography by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand exposes Harry and Meghan for the hypocrites they are. They don’t hate the media – just negative coverage. No matter what you think about the merits of “Finding Freedom” –…

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USPS Says Notices About Post Office Closures Only Big Misunderstanding

Image: Flickr user DaVonte JohnsonEarlier this week, post offices around the country suddenly announced they were going to reduce their hours or close entirely, spurring confusion and perhaps violating federal law.  But this was all just a big misunderstanding, according to the United States Postal Service government liaison in a letter sent to West Virginia…

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What Can Ants and Bees Teach Us About Containing Disease?

This story originally appeared on Undark and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration.Given that she infects ant colonies with deadly pathogens and then studies how they respond, one might say that Nathalie Stroeymeyt, a senior lecturer in the school of biological sciences at the University of Bristol in the U.K., specializes in miniature pandemics.…

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About 20% of New Jersey prisoners could be freed to avoid virus

New Jersey lawmakers are expected to approve legislation that could free more than 3,000 prisoners — about 20% of the state’s prison population — months before their release dates in response to the extraordinary threat posed by the coronavirus in tightly packed correctional facilities. Inmates who are within a year of completing their state prison…