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RSSOpinion — Trump blames the result on Dominion’s systems. Where’s the evidence?
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RSSOpinion — Black Lives Matter directs California’s Governor to appoint a black woman to replace Kamala Harris in the Senate.
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RSSOpinion — This time the former president suggests he was too nice.
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RSSOpinion — The Fed now agrees with her on interest rates but bans her from the club.
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RSSOpinion — Republicans dither over a nominee needed to slow bad regulation.
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RSSOpinion — SpaceX carries astronauts to the International Space Station and Tesla will join the S&P 500.
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RSSOpinion — Are allegations of voter fraud a distraction, a danger or a cause for investigation?
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RSSOpinion — He challenges their race-based grievances and holds views more in line with ordinary black Americans.
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RSSOpinion — Encourage competition, but regulatory turf wars are the wrong kind.
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RSSOpinion — They’re talking more to parents and getting more sleep, reducing levels of depression.
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RSSOpinion — He should decline to investigate Trump and pass a reasonable Covid compromise.
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RSSOpinion — Young adults see an end in sight to the sacrifices they’re making for the old.
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RSSOpinion — Like the 1994 election, voters have chosen divided government—and issued a mandate for compromise.
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RSSOpinion — The incumbent confronts Tehran on terrorism and human-rights abuses.
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RSSOpinion — Is he really going to nominate the head of a teachers union for his cabinet?

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NYT > U.S. News — Ms. Parton donated $1 million to fund research for a coronavirus vaccine. After a promising announcement from a major drugmaker on Monday, fans are crediting her with helping to save the world from the virus.
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NYT > U.S. News — “It looked like what a bomb must look like when it goes off,” the organization’s executive director said.
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NYT > U.S. News — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan said the state would shut down a line between her state and Ontario that has been operating since the 1950s.
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NYT > U.S. News — Small enterprises that support homeless people, orphans and refugees are seeing their ads pulled as part of the social media platform’s ban on political advertising.
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NYT > U.S. News — Lobbyists and consultants are highlighting their ties to the incoming president, which have become lucrative.
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NYT > U.S. News — The $180 million Senate contest, a political scientist said, “was like being a local in Woodstock in 1969: When it first started, it was exciting and fun, but by the end, it was muddy and dirty.”
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NYT > U.S. News — The rapper, a felon, faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.
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NYT > U.S. News — President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. will embed climate policy throughout his government, not only in environmental agencies but in departments like justice, defense, the Treasury and transportation.
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NYT > U.S. News — An industry group says that the financial state of the country’s museums “is moving from bad to worse.”
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NYT > U.S. News — Blood samples from recovered patients suggest a powerful, long-lasting immune response, researchers reported.
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TechCrunch

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TechCrunch — Tech companies around the world are still identifying the “next big thing” enabled by 5G connections. Some, such as Oppo, are betting it will be augmented reality. The Chinese smartphone firm showcased its progress in AR at a Tuesday event swarmed by hundreds of reporters, analysts, and partners in Shenzhen. Green strobe light, the color […]
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TechCrunch — Chris Krebs, one of the most senior cybersecurity officials in the U.S. government, has been fired. Krebs served as the director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) since its founding in November 2018 until he was removed from his position on Tuesday. It’s not immediately clear who is currently heading the agency. A […]
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TechCrunch — Seldon is a U.K. startup that specializes in the rarified world of development tools to optimize machine learning. What does this mean? Well, dear reader, it means that the “AI” that companies are so fond of trumpeting does actually end up working. It has now raised a £7.1 million Series A round co-led by AlbionVC […]
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TechCrunch — The musician’s life is rarely an easy one. That goes double for these last, oh, eight or so months. Most artists who haven’t risen the ranks to rock-star levels make the lion’s share of their money from live shows, and that’s just not in the cards for now — and likely won’t be for some […]
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TechCrunch — Sight Tech Global is little more than two weeks out, and today we published the detailed agenda for Dec. 2 & 3. The show runs from 8 a.m. to noonish Pacific standard time. If you have not already grabbed a free pass to the 100% virtual event, now is the time! Sight Tech Global will […]
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TechCrunch — Google has taken the wraps off Chimera Painter, a web-based tool that lets anyone generate terrifying cryptozoological entities in an interface that looks like MS Paint by way of Diablo. Why, you ask? Well, isn’t it obvious? No… no, I suppose it isn’t. Surely the strangest thing to hit Google’s AI blog for at least […]
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TechCrunch — We review each of Apple’s new M1-powered Macs, Twitter launches its new Stories-like format and Amazon launches a pharmacy service. This is your Daily Crunch for November 17, 2020. The big story: Reviewing Apple’s new Macs We’ve got three big hardware reviews today, each one highlighting a new Mac with Apple’s M1 chipset. First up, […]
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TechCrunch — The latest tech hearing was a study in contrasts. Contrasts between lawmakers who made an effort to stay on topic in a hearing ostensibly about social media and the 2020 election and those who… just talked about whatever was on their minds. Also contrasts between then and now. Social media companies previously treated any attempt […]
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TechCrunch — Even without a Green New Deal, the sweeping set of climate-related initiatives many Democrats are pushing for, President-elect Joe Biden will have plenty of opportunities to move ahead with much of the ambitious energy transformation plan as part of any infrastructure or stimulus package. Should Republicans manage to maintain control of the Senate, there are […]
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TechCrunch — As President-elect Joe Biden readies his transition team and sets the agenda for his first 100 days in office, startups can expect to see some movement on long-stalled infrastructure initiatives that could mean big boosts to their business. Infrastructure is high on the list of priorities of the incoming Biden Administration as the former vice […]
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TechCrunch — Twitter’s new Stories feature, “Fleets,” appears to be struggling under the load. Launched this morning to Twitter’s global user base, Fleets appear at the top of the Twitter app, allowing users to post ephemeral content that disappears in 24 hours as well as view stories posted by others. But user demand and curiosity about the […]
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TechCrunch — Conan O’Brien is making the move to streaming. In June of next year, his nightly talk show “Conan” will be ending its 10-year run on TBS, while he launches a new, weekly variety series on streaming service HBO Max. “In 1993 Johnny Carson gave me the best advice of my career: ‘As soon as possible, […]
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TechCrunch — TC Sessions: Space is coming up soon, and we’ve decided to sweeten the deal for what’s included with your event pass. Buy your ticket now and you’ll get a free annual membership to Extra Crunch, our membership program focused on startups, founders and investors with more than 100 exclusive articles published per month. Extra Crunch […]
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TechCrunch — Masayoshi Son, the founder and CEO of the Japanese conglomerate SoftBank, has had a topsy-turvy year or two, but the story he is eager to tell is that he is back and in the black. Such was the overarching message delivered at a virtual DealBook conference earlier today, with Son joining from Tokyo and sounding […]
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TechCrunch — Repeat founders who have a proven track record, good references, and in the best cases, an exit to point to will have an easy time making inroads with venture capitalists. Earlier this week, for example, the former founders of Udemy and altMBA raised more than $4 million for a startup with no name or final […]

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