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"My own cure for a darkness that never lightens is to head outdoors," writes
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Join columnist to discuss how we’ve all hit a pandemic wall:
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"If gig workers want to keep their current flexibility and get new benefits, shouldn’t we give them the best of both worlds, instead of asking them to choose the lesser of two evils?" writes Uber C.E.O.
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Please join us for Twitter chats this week with Jennifer Senior, Jesse Wegman, Jeneen Interlandi, and . Every day at 1pm ET.
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Some of the nation’s leading public health experts say it would take 6 to 8 weeks to finally get America's coronavirus epidemic under control. What are we waiting for?
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Months have passed since the virus surged in New York, but health care workers are still tormented by the memories of patients they couldn’t save. “I feel like I failed him,” says Dr. Sahan Hapangama.
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Some opponents of expanding vote-by-mail fear that it would hand the election to Democrats. But an analysis of the 2016 election shows that wouldn't have been the case, writes .
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"If a president can spend taxpayer money through executive orders and Congress doesn’t control the purse strings, we’ve ceased living in a republic," Bret Stephens tells . "I wonder if Republicans even notice anymore."
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"When everything is politics, it means that everything is just about power. There is no center, there are only sides; there’s no truth, there are only versions; there are no facts, there’s only a contest of wills," writes .
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Kate Aronoff 17h
Always read but especially this: “As different as they are, both street rebellions and electoral campaigns can leave behind a legacy of organizational infrastructure. This infrastructure is absolutely vital. There’s no way to win without it.”
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The last time the economy went over the cliff’s edge, in 2008, the federal government encased the banking system in Bubble Wrap and allowed millions of Americans to lose their homes. It’s about to make the same mistake all over again.
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Chris Krehmeyer 5h
"I’m leery of appeasement, of being told that there is a change coming as a way of quieting me in the waiting" In the Wake of Protests
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"Dog days refers to Sirius, the Dog Star," writes . "The ancients believed the Dog Star ushered in a time of drought and madness, a time when people are apt to start wars or hurl insults on Twitter."
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"All gig economy companies need to pay for benefits, should be more honest about the reality of the work and must strengthen the rights and voice of workers," writes Uber C.E.O
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dara khosrowshahi 4h
We can offer gig workers what they want - flexibility AND benefits. In today's , I write about 's proposal to improve our outdated employment system so we can make that a reality.
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According to , "much of what we saw in response to protests amounted to performative gestures, symbolism that cost nothing and shifted no power"
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“How do we as doctors and nurses decide we did a good job if someone dies?” A rare and intimate look at three front-line medical workers who worked at one of the hardest-hit hospitals in the Bronx.
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David L. Fischman 4h
We all have to ask the question, healthcare worker and public alike, “Did we do enough”? The Trauma of Caring for Coronavirus Patients
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Vote-by-mail has been shown to bring out younger voters in droves. But that can benefit Republicans as well as Democrats, writes .
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"This allegedly presidential speech was basically a campaign rant about Joe Biden — interspersed with reminders that the virus and everything that followed in its wake is 'China’s fault,' " says 
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