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RSSOpinion — Spare a thought for those who were denied their Olympic moments.
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RSSOpinion — Families were overjoyed when my church group brought children’s Tylenol and cheap reading glasses.
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RSSOpinion — Maybe we should quarantine Capitol Hill until the crisis passes.
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RSSOpinion — He says he released a ‘full report’ of his heart attack. Not quite.
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RSSOpinion — Larry Fink’s political machinations invite regulatory scrutiny.
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RSSOpinion — Solicitation or free speech? The Supreme Court takes up the case.
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RSSOpinion — If it hits America hard, a lot will change—the national mood, cultural habits, the economy.
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RSSOpinion — He shouts his way through the Palmetto State, as Tom Steyer challenges him for the African-American vote.
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RSSOpinion — Instead, tell how Trump’s policies on health, climate, immigration and more will erase recent gains.
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RSSOpinion — A school physician’s approach to measles in 1934 has lessons for the coronavirus.
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RSSOpinion — Schiff and Nadler seem to care more about their narrative than national security.
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RSSOpinion — Most of the clergy have failed to deliver much-needed spiritual leadership.
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RSSOpinion — Encouraging new data suggest a snowflake shortage among young Americans.
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RSSOpinion — It’s his disdain for his country. That’s the lesson Democrats should draw from Corbyn’s catastrophe.
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RSSOpinion — The virus exposes key political weaknesses of both the president and Bernie Sanders.

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NYT > U.S. News — The Upstate region, which has been transformed by global trade, is frustrated by the president’s tariffs and wary of a Democratic front-runner who embraces democratic socialism.
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NYT > U.S. News — A short video of a hog-like creature sprinting down the streets of Tucson, Ariz., took off this week. It was wonderful.
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NYT > U.S. News — The Ninth Circuit ruled against the Trump administration, allowing asylum seekers to once again enter the United States.
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NYT > U.S. News — This week, the World Health Organization stopped short of calling the outbreak a pandemic. Experts weigh in on the debate and explain the significance of the terms.
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NYT > U.S. News — For some professional women, the struggles of Ms. Warren’s campaign feel like a reckoning with their standing in the world.
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NYT > U.S. News — Solano County, Calif., is where a woman tested positive for the coronavirus without a known explanation. Officials are tracking her contacts, and residents have questions.
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NYT > U.S. News — The Justice Department proposal would bring new obstacles to immigrants hoping to win legal status in the United States.
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NYT > U.S. News — Forty years ago, Capt. Kate Wilder passed the Army Special Forces Officer Course, but her superiors wouldn’t let her graduate with her peers.
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NYT > U.S. News — The former New York mayor is “a victim of the climate debate moving much faster than the positive realities he helped shape,” one analyst said.
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NYT > U.S. News — Arab leaders hope to improve on their strong showing in the last election, when they helped to nearly topple Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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NYT > U.S. News — Ahead of the South Carolina primary and Super Tuesday, candidates are increasingly invoking Mr. Obama as they court black voters. He isn’t playing favorites, but he does worry about uniting the party.
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NYT > U.S. News — A passport is supposed to represent the people who carry it, but the current American booklet largely leaves women out.
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NYT > U.S. News — Hunter Biden, his name forever linked to President Trump’s impeachment, says painting “is literally keeping me sane” after years of addiction and poor choices.
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TechCrunch — SpaceX has won the launch contract for NASA’s 2022 mission to explore the mineral-rich asteroid known as Psyche, the space agency announced today, including launch services and other mission-related costs valued at $117 million — remarkably low for a mission of this scale. The Psyche mission will use a falcon Heavy rocket which will launch […]
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TechCrunch — "No matter what Gmail — or any other company for that matter — does, it doesn't really change our focus on our customers."
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TechCrunch — The FCC has officially and finally determined that the major wireless carriers in the U.S. broke the law by secretly selling subscribers’ location data for years with almost no constraints or disclosure. But its Commissioners decry the $200 million penalty proposed to be paid by these enormously rich corporations, calling it disproportionate to the harm […]
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TechCrunch — An iPhone app built by controversial facial recognition startup Clearview AI has been blocked by Apple, effectively banning the app from use. Apple confirmed to TechCrunch that the startup “violated” the terms of its enterprise developer program. The app allows its users — which the company claims it serves only law enforcement officers — to […]
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TechCrunch — Chat bots were central to Facebook Messenger’s strategy three years ago. Now they’re being hidden from view in the app along with games and businesses. Facebook Messenger is now removing the Discover tab as it focuses on speed and simplicity instead of broad utility like China’s WeChat. The changes are part of a larger Messenger […]
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TechCrunch — Facebook first showed off its 3D photos back in 2018, and shared the technical details behind it a month later. But unless you had one of a handful of phones with dual cameras back then (when they weren't so common), you couldn't make your own. Today an update brings 3D photos to those of us still rocking a single camera.
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TechCrunch — Coronavirus fears prompt even more event cancellations, controversial facial recognition software is being used widely and DocuSign acquires Seal Software. Here’s your Daily Crunch for February 28, 2020. 1. Facebook cancels F8 conference, citing coronavirus concerns Facebook has confirmed that it has canceled its annual F8 developers conference over growing concerns about the COVID-19 coronavirus […]
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TechCrunch — GDC’s top sponsors continue to pull out of attending the San Francisco gaming conference. Today, Amazon announced it would no longer be sending employees to the event. In an update, the team shared that they would instead be hosting a “global online event” to share news that they had been planning to detail at the […]
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TechCrunch — With the next version of Windows 10, coming this spring, Microsoft’s Cortana digital assistant will lose a number of consumer skills around music and connected homes, as well as some third-party skills. That’s very much in line with Microsoft’s new focus for Cortana, but it may still come as a surprise to the dozens of […]
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TechCrunch — In a wide-ranging discussion at the Air Warfare Symposium held by the U.S. Air Force, Elon Musk touched on some old and new themes, but one highlight of the discussion was the small window into hiring and firing practices at SpaceX — arguably one of the world’s most demanding engineering companies.  The company prides itself […]
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TechCrunch — End Game Interactive CEO Yang C. Liu has a refreshingly straightforward description of what he and his co-founder Luke Zbihlyj are up to: “We’re just building games. And to be honest, we don’t know what we’re doing.” Despite this self-proclaimed ignorance, End Game has just raised $3 million in seed funding from an impressive group […]
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TechCrunch — In emerging markets, up to 80% of the population may have to rely on informally-run public transport to get around. Literally, privately-run buses and cars. But journey-planning apps that work well for commuters in developed markets like New York or London do not work well in emerging markets, which is why you can’t just flip […]
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TechCrunch — Let's take a look at how elevated stock prices remain and what that means for tech multiples, and then look at the January and February VC markets in U.S., China and Europe.
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TechCrunch — It wasn’t a fad. Yolo became the country’s No. 1 app just a week after launch by letting teens ask for anonymous replies to questions they posted on Snapchat. But nine months later, Yolo is still in the top 100 iOS apps and has 10 million active users. Now it’s safeguarding the app from predators […]

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