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RSSOpinion

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RSSOpinion — Another jobless benefit increase would keep unemployment high.
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RSSOpinion — The Navarro-Fauci spat adds to the perception of dysfunction.
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RSSOpinion — An EU court rules that Apple didn’t get special treatment from Ireland.
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RSSOpinion — L.A. teachers lay down their terms for returning to the classroom.
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RSSOpinion — Social distancing will protect Biden from gaffes and raise the stakes of the debates.
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RSSOpinion — Civilization’s progress depends on the freedom to express eccentric and provocative ideas.
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RSSOpinion — ‘I was informed of this list around 11 o’clock, perhaps midnight, on the night of the 19th.’
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RSSOpinion — I give up. It’s time to ban a lot of really terrible sports-team names. I have a long list.
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RSSOpinion — Polls carry good news for the former vice president but also a warning.
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RSSOpinion — Trump touted it, so Biden denounces it. The FDA has suspended a permit for its use. Let doctors decide.
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RSSOpinion — The only thing worse than how we’d pay for pandemic relief is what will happen when, inevitably, we don’t.
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RSSOpinion — It’s in students’ best interests to go back to class. Teachers will need hazard pay.
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RSSOpinion — A nation searches for the happy medium between lockdown and letting it rip.
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RSSOpinion — He thinks liberal multilateralism will tame China, Russia and woke Democrats.

NYT > U.S. News

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NYT > U.S. News — Mr. Tuberville, the Republicans’ new Senate nominee, will most likely repeat the same pro-Trump strategy he used to beat Jeff Sessions in the primary.
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NYT > U.S. News — The measure passed by the City Council of Asheville, N.C., would provide funding to promote homeownership and business opportunities, but stopped short of stipulating direct payments.
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NYT > U.S. News — The new rule, which goes into effect on Monday, is a strong statement about wearing masks in public spaces at a time when the issue has become politicized.
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NYT > U.S. News — The replacement of Mr. Parscale with Mr. Stepien, who had served as deputy campaign manager, comes as the president has struggled in public and private polling.
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NYT > U.S. News — The White House has insisted there is no concerted effort to attack the government’s leading expert on infectious diseases. But Dr. Fauci called the criticism against him “bizarre.”
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NYT > U.S. News — The footage was made available by appointment at a court in Minneapolis, and shows officers seemingly more concerned with controlling George Floyd’s body than saving his life.
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NYT > U.S. News — Ms. Gibbs used her pulpit in Houston to treat broken parishioners in a broken social world. She died of the coronavirus.
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NYT > U.S. News — Over two days, President Trump and Joseph R. Biden Jr. laid out wildly divergent views on environmental regulations and climate change, helping to define the stakes of the presidential race.
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NYT > U.S. News — Geoffrey S. Berman will be a visiting professor of law at Stanford Law School.
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NYT > U.S. News — Dr. Moncef Slaoui, the chief adviser for the Trump administration’s coronavirus vaccine program, can remain a government contractor, thus shielding him from disclosure rules.
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NYT > U.S. News — Airlines have canceled orders for hundreds of the troubled jet because of its safety problems and the pandemic, but others are still eager to buy them.
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NYT > U.S. News — Younger children in particular are ill-served by remote learning, according to a report issued by the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine.
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NYT > U.S. News — Lonnie G. Bunch III, the Smithsonian’s secretary, responded to a letter of “outrage” from former staff members at the National Museum of African Art.
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NYT > U.S. News — American paddlefish and Russian sturgeon were not supposed to be able to create hybrid offspring. Surprise!
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TechCrunch

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TechCrunch — The coronavirus continues to hit people hard mentally, and this has meant a boom for mental death and meditation apps. According to a recent report from app store intelligence firm Sensor Tower, the world’s 10 largest English-language mental wellness apps in April saw a combined 2 million more downloads during the month of April 2020 […]
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TechCrunch — Investors are becoming more bullish on online education platforms in India as startups demonstrate growth at the height of a global pandemic that has severely impacted other industries. Bangalore-based startup Vedantu said on Thursday it has raised $100 million in its Series D financing round, just five months after it closed its Series C funding. […]
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TechCrunch — The future of transportation is in flux, and that continues to provide opportunities for tech companies to build solutions provide new ways for us to get from A to B. In the latest development, a startup out of the UK called Drover that provides access to flexible car subscriptions for private users — longer than […]
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TechCrunch — Josh Stein has been an investor for the past 16 years, joining the firm DFJ as a young operator, rising through its ranks, and ultimately, along with fellow managing director Emily Melton, becoming the most senior member of the firm, which was last year renamed Threshold Ventures. Stein, who sat on Box’s board for the […]
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TechCrunch — A highly anticipated ruling by Europe’s top court has just landed — striking down a flagship EU-US data flows arrangement called Privacy Shield. “The Court of Justice invalidates Decision 2016/1250 on the adequacy of the protection provided by the EU-US Data Protection Shield,” it wrote in a press release. The CJEU’s finding is that “the […]
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TechCrunch — Uber has named Prabhjeet Singh as the new president of its India and South Asia business, filling a role vacated weeks ago after Pradeep Parameswaran was promoted to be the regional general manager in the Asia Pacific region. Singh, who joined the ride-hailing firm five years ago, has helped Uber manage operations in dozens of […]
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TechCrunch — In recent decades, Hong Kong has been considered a haven for data centers given its strategic location in Asia, a legal system trusted by international businesses, and reliable internet connectivity. Many virtual private network (VPN) operators keep servers in the city, serving mainland users who want to conceal their internet activity or access websites blocked […]
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TechCrunch — Can a bank charge for software? That’s the existential question Monzo appears to be asking itself with its second — or, possibly, third — attempt at launching Monzo Plus, a premium version of its popular current account. In an uncharacteristic (and very public) misstep, Monzo originally launched a version of Monzo Plus in 2019, only […]
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TechCrunch — A hacker allegedly behind a spate of Twitter account hacks on Wednesday gained access to a Twitter “admin” tool on the company’s network that allowed them to hijack high-profile Twitter accounts to spread a cryptocurrency scam, according to a person with direct knowledge of the incident. The account hijacks hit some of the most prominent […]
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TechCrunch — Brad Feld, the longtime investor and founder of both Foundry Group in Boulder, Colorado, and Techstars, the now-global accelerator program, has a new book coming out next week called “The Startup Community Way: Evolving an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem.” In it, he and co-author Ian Hathaway offer some advice about how to make burgeoning startup communities as […]
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TechCrunch — Reliance Jio continues to add billions of dollars to its bank account, Apple scores a tax victory in Europe and researchers test a system for undersea Wi-Fi (with lasers!). Here’s your Daily Crunch for July 15, 2020. Google invests $4.5 billion in India’s Reliance Jio Platforms Another giant tech company has invested in India’s largest […]
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TechCrunch — Optimizely, a San Francisco-based startup that popularized the concept of A/B testing, has laid off 15% of its staff, the company confirmed in a statement to TechCrunch. The layoff impacts around 60 people, and those laid off were given varied levels of severance. Each employee was given six months of COBRA and was allowed to […]
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TechCrunch — Twitter’s stock slid as much as 4% in after-hours trading as the company tried to swat down hackers that had taken over the accounts of multiple high-profile users. Accounts belonging to Barack Obama, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Kanye West, Joe Biden, Warren Buffet, Apple and many others had their accounts compromised Wednesday afternoon, all posting […]
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TechCrunch — In a set of new lawsuits, two Illinois residents argue that three tech giants violated state laws prohibiting the use of personal biometric data without permission. Illinois residents Steven Vance and Tim Janecyk allege that images of their faces appeared in IBM’s “Diversity in Faces” database without their consent and were used to train facial […]

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