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NYT National News 17m
If Cathy Phanavong knew how to do one thing, it was throwing a feast for friends
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“There is no question that you can see the snow day come to an end." 
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Could a push to transform the police in the city where George Floyd was killed become the issue that defines the presidential election? Listen to today’s episode of “The Field.”
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NYT National News 1h
Young adults, including college students, may have seeded waves of new infections among older and more vulnerable Americans, according to a new CDC report.
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If you're sick of Zoom readings, you'll want to check out this collection of filmed scenes from "Angels in America" that's been in the works since the spring -- headlined by Glenn Close as Roy Cohn. My story:
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NYT National News 2h
Strict voter ID and mail-in ballot laws already disproportionately affect eligible low-income, Black, and Latino voters. In Milwaukee, organizers and activists are helping voters navigate the system amid the pandemic.
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Many in the path of the destructive wildfires in Oregon this month said they had never received emergency alerts warning them to evacuate. In some cases, that's because local officials didn't want to start a panic.
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NYT National News 3h
Just as Daniel Cameron, the attorney general of Kentucky, cited race as a reason the Breonna Taylor case had a special resonance with him, activists have argued that, as a Black man, he had an added responsibility
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NYT National News 3h
He's been walking for 97 days. “Mountains are mirrors, just like Covid is a mirror,” says Philip Carcia, an extreme hiker, who says that the solitude of hiking may hold some lessons for living in a pandemic.
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NYT National News 3h
Shortly before Louisville's curfew on Wednesday, Lt. William Vogt was staring down his worst nightmare: Two of his colleagues had been shot, and there was a chance that officers may open fire on protesters
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NYT National News 4h
A branch of the immune system that evolved to fight unfamiliar pathogens rapidly destroys the coronavirus in children, but less so in adults -- possibly explaining why children are mostly spared.
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NYT National News 4h
Law enforcement agencies spent the week struggling to prepare for rallies and counterprotests in Portland, Ore., where the far-right Proud Boys and a local antifascist collective could clash
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NYT National News 4h
“You get to know the people on the show,” said Clare Toeniskoetter, a Times audio producer who works on “The Field” podcast. “We’re getting to know their life trajectories and what has driven them to vote the way they do.”
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NYT National News 4h
Ron Paul, 85, who ran for president three times, suddenly slurred his words while speaking on his YouTube channel on Friday. “I am doing fine. Thank you for your concern,” a message posted on his Twitter account said afterward.
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NYT National News 5h
“The thing about Cathy is she could make any place home, but she loved being around her family,” Mr. Phanavong said. “For her, home is wherever your family is.”
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NYT National News 5h
Could a push to transform the police in the city where George Floyd was killed become the issue that defines the presidential election? Listen to today’s episode of “The Field.”
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NYT National News 5h
“This is an awful time for everybody, but in particular for young people starting out, especially if they’re poor and first-generation. And I think Joe is such a champion of those students."
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NYT National News 5h
He's been walking for 97 days. “Mountains are mirrors, just like Covid is a mirror,” says Philip Carcia, an extreme hiker, who says that the solitude of hiking may hold some lessons for living in a pandemic.
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NYT National News 6h
A federal judge ordered the Trump administration to scrap early deadlines for completing the 2021 census, ruling that officials knew the likely result would be a deeply flawed population count.
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NYT National News 6h
A federal judge ordered the Trump administration to scrap early deadlines for completing the 2021 census, ruling that officials knew the likely result would be a deeply flawed population count.
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