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The arrest in the U.S. of Mexico’s ex-defense minister sparked anger among the country’s top military officers. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador pushed hard for the influential general’s eventual release.
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Public-health experts expect New York City’s new surge of infections won’t be as bad as the first. A nurse who leads a Covid-19 ward in Manhattan says the mood is anxious, but hopeful.
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Experimental gene therapies for sickle-cell disease showed promising results in two new studies. The condition affects 100,000 mainly Black Americans.
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Auto insurers may want to partner up with startups as driver data is empowering new competitors. explains.
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GOP officials in Georgia hope the president will rally support for the their candidates in two runoff Senate races when he visits Saturday evening, but are concerned he may repeat his attacks on the state’s Republican leaders
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The schools with the largest parent debt burdens aren’t world-famous Ivy League schools, a WSJ analysis found. Rather, they include art schools and historically Black colleges.
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Covid-19 has tested executives like few times in modern history. One of them is David Farr, who manages 90,000 workers world-wide as CEO of Emerson Electric. We spent much of the year with Farr to see how he guided a global conglomerate without a map.
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Duval County, Fla., home to Jacksonville, flipped Democratic this year after long backing the GOP, signaling its change into a swing region that both parties are focusing on for future elections
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From : A blanket forgiveness of student debt would increase divisions between the college-educated and the rest of the country without reforming the student lending system or bloated universities that created the debt problem, writes
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The Covid-19 vaccine authorized for emergency use in the U.K. is a byproduct of 30 years of cancer research. Meet the husband-and-wife team behind the successful endeavor.
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Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is expected to win control of congress, and his country will join Cuba and Nicaragua as the only nations in the Americas where a regime dominates all branches of the government and armed forces
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"If your stores are crap, your online will be as well.” Barnes & Noble is overhauling its business with a focus on making its physical shops more like independent bookstores.
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Two months into the current cycle for college financial aid applications, the number of high-school seniors who have submitted the forms is down sharply—and shows no sign of catching up to year-ago levels
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Here’s a look at what President Trump can and can’t do with his pardon power
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Knowing how to leverage eBay searches and Google Images can help you score the perfect dress, jacket or gift. has tips from expert shoppers.
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The frequent use of cleansers, wipes and aerosol sprays during the pandemic has some people worried about possible health risks. Here’s what doctors advise about the proper use of disinfectants.
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A federal judge ordered the Trump administration to fully restore DACA, meaning the government will once more have to accept new applications for the program
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“There are steps we should take immediately to ensure that the wondrous arrival of effective vaccines doesn’t go to waste,” writes former CDC chief Tom Frieden.
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Stressing out over whether to mention Covid on your holiday card? Some people are thinking about pictures of the family sitting on the couch or Santa in a hazmat suit
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Russia began rolling out its homegrown coronavirus vaccine to doctors, teachers and social workers in Moscow, as the country reported a record number of daily cases
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