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1. Here Are the U.S. States With Travel Restrictions15:13[−]
A third of states have strict measures in place for visitors, from mandatory testing to quarantine requirements.

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2. Their Workers Kept Being Stopped by the Police, So They Decided to Help15:05[−]
A restaurant with Black employees is prioritizing its workers’ mental health as they navigate the coronavirus and the protests against racial injustice.

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3. Apple Scores Legal Victory Against $14.9 Billion E.U. Tax Demand15:02[−]
The decision is a setback for European efforts to clamp down on what the authorities there believe is anti-competitive behavior.

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4. New York Times Will Move Part of Hong Kong Office to Seoul14:46[−]
A sweeping national security law passed by China in June has unsettled news organizations and created uncertainty about the city’s prospects as a hub for journalism in Asia.

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5. Coronavirus Live Updates: Virus Resurgence Threatens U.S. Economy14:32[−]
The resurgence of the virus threatens the American economy. The Trump administration ordered hospitals to bypass the C.D.C. with key virus data.

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6. Business Updates: Stocks Rise on Hopes of Vaccine Progress14:22[−]

7. Trump to Weaken Environmental Rules to Speed Infrastructure Permits14:13[−]
President Trump has used a regulatory reinterpretation to limit one of the country's bedrock environmental laws and speed permitting of infrastructure projects.

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8. The White House Called a News Conference. Trump Turned It Into a Meandering Monologue.13:48[−]
The president spoke in the Rose Garden for 63 minutes. He spent only six of those minutes answering questions from reporters.

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9. First Coronavirus Vaccine Tested in Humans Shows Early Promise13:48[−]
The vaccine, developed by government scientists and Moderna, a biotech company, appeared safe and provoked an immune response in 45 people in a study.

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10. A Different Cold War13:48[−]
And what else you need to know today.

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11. The Wave of Gun Violence in N.Y.C.13:25[−]
Fifty-three people were shot from Friday through Monday. Officials have suggested reasons, but it’s difficult to pinpoint one root cause.

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12. Sign Up: ‘At Home’13:18[−]
How to live a full and cultured life during the pandemic, at home.

13. One Meat Plant, One Thousand Infections: Revisiting Achut Deng13:17[−]
After surviving civil war in Sudan, one of America’s most vulnerable workers faced the coronavirus. How has she been doing since?

14. What Happens When You’re Disabled but Nobody Can Tell13:01[−]
The author and clinical psychologist Andrew Solomon examines the disabilities that ramps and reserved parking spots don’t address.

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15. China Vows to Retaliate After Trump Signs Hong Kong Sanctions Bill12:57[−]
Beijing accused the United States of “gross interference in Hong Kong affairs” and promised a response.

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16. A Shutdown May Be Needed to Stop the Coronavirus12:49[−]
A comprehensive shutdown may be required in much of the country.

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17. The Return of Jane Elliott12:27[−]
Before anti-racist reading lists and Instagram allyship, white people were presented with the “Blue Eyes, Brown Eyes” exercise. Its 86-year-old creator can’t believe she’s still being asked about it.

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18. ‘Coming Out of the Woodwork’: Black Lives Matter in Small-Town America12:00[−]
A multiracial future has appeared, along with unprecedented conversations about race.

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19. ‘Just Let Those Kids Dance’: Finding a Way for the Show to Go On12:00[−]
For dance students, the annual recital is the biggest event of the year. Whether in parks or in parking lots, some studios are determined to make it happen in a pandemic year.

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20. A Resurgence of the Virus, and Lockdowns, Threatens Economic Recovery12:00[−]
Hopes for a rebound are endangered by prolonged closures of schools, renewed state restrictions on business and fears of a difficult autumn and winter.

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21. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick and the Catholic Church's Abuse Problem12:00[−]
As former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick became a powerful figure in the church, several boys from one family say he targeted them.

22. Why Push Public Schools to Open Without Helping Them Open Safely?12:00[−]
Maybe someday Betsy DeVos will explain her thinking.

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23. Ben Bernanke: Give States Billions, and You Help the Entire Country12:00[−]
Congress must act decisively to avoid repeating mistakes of the recovery from the Great Recession.

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24. You’re Doomscrolling Again. Here’s How to Snap Out of It.12:00[−]
In a pandemic that forces us to stay home, bingeing on doom-and-gloom news feels irresistible. These health experts offer ways to break the habit.

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25. Mass Death Is Not Inevitable12:00[−]
Some say we’re doomed. But science and public spending have saved us from pandemics worse than this one.

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26. Please Don’t Call Them Heroes12:00[−]
Parents and teachers need a real plan to reopen schools safely.

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27. How Exercise May Bolster the Brain12:00[−]
Exercise prompts the liver to pump out a little-known protein that appears to rejuvenates the brain, a new study found.

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28. Donald Trump Isn't the Worst Covid President. Just Ask Brazilians.12:00[−]
Just ask Brazilians.

29. Republicans Won’t Do Much Convening in Florida, Colbert Thinks10:17[−]
“The only way it would be more infectious is if the dinner was an all-you-can-bob lasagna buffet,” Stephen Colbert said of the party’s upcoming convention in Jacksonville.

30. ViacomCBS Fires Nick Cannon, Citing Anti-Semitic Podcast Remarks09:06[−]
The network said that Mr. Cannon had promoted “hateful speech” during a recent episode of “Cannon’s Class,” his YouTube podcast.

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31. The Administration Retreated on Student Visas, but the Battle Isn’t Over06:44[−]
The international scholars the administration was threatening to send home are vital to American innovation and competitiveness.

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32. Why Sessions' Campaigning in Alabama Couldn't Overcome Trump05:49[−]
He beat back tears. He said he let his family down. He declared of politics, “This chapter of my life is closed.” But he would not criticize his former boss, and even said President Trump could win in November.

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33. Sara Gideon Wins Democratic Nomination in Maine to Challenge Susan Collins05:40[−]
Ms. Gideon, backed by the Senate Democratic campaign arm and outside political groups, had long been the favorite to challenge Senator Collins, the sole remaining New England Republican in Congress.

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34. Ronny Jackson, Ex-White House Doctor, Wins Texas House Runoff05:34[−]
Dr. Jackson, a Republican who was backed by President Trump and based his campaign around their close relationship, effectively stamped his ticket to Congress in a deep-red district.

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35. The Women Fighting Domestic Violence During the Coronavirus02:33[−]
We know domestic violence is spiking under lockdown — we just don’t know the details. Here are women who do.

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36. Three Marines, Now Focus of Russian Bounties Investigation, Show the Costs of an Endless War02:24[−]
The U.S. mission in Afghanistan is now described as training, advising and assisting Afghan troops. But American forces are still patrolling areas that are as deadly as they were in 2001.

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37. Congress, Do Your Job: Help Americans Without One02:17[−]
Federal aid is about to lapse even as the coronavirus crisis rolls on.

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38. How Many Hot Dogs Can Someone Eat In 10 Minutes?02:05[−]
The world’s best hot dog eaters could outeat a grizzly bear or a coyote, but would fall far behind a wolf or a Burmese python, a new study finds.

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39. Seeing Native Americans Nowhere, and Everywhere01:30[−]
As Washington’s professional football team retires a team name, a curator at the National Museum of the American Indian talks about our attachment to Native American imagery.

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40. Tiger Woods Adjusts to Competing Without Fans00:06[−]
After a five-month PGA Tour layoff, Woods will try to adjust to competing without his usual throng of spectators at the Memorial Tournament this weekend. “It’s just a silent and different world.”

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41. Radio Host Dianna Ploss Loses Her Show Over English-Only RantВт, 14 июл[−]
The host, Dianna Ploss, filmed herself telling landscape workers to speak English. She later said she considered the criticism of her remarks “a badge of honor.”

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42. Bari Weiss Resigns From New York Times Opinion PostВт, 14 июл[−]
In a letter posted online Tuesday, she cites “bullying by colleagues” and an “illiberal environment.”

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43. Nasal Coronavirus Vaccines May Work Better Than Injected Ones, Researchers SayВт, 14 июл[−]
Some experts say a vaccine puffed in the nose would be better at protecting people from infection. But nasal vaccines won’t be ready right away.

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44. America Drank Away Its Children’s FutureВт, 14 июл[−]
As the school year looms, the pandemic is still raging.

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45. Review: Peacock’s ‘Brave New World’ Is Neither Brave Nor NewВт, 14 июл[−]
This adaptation of Aldous Huxley’s classic novel, inaugurating the NBCUniversal streaming service, is generic and tame (despite the orgies).

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46. ‘Gotham Refuses to Get Scared’: In 1918, Theaters Stayed OpenВт, 14 июл[−]
With an influenza pandemic and a war on, New York’s health commissioner took an unorthodox stand, declining to shutter public entertainment.

47. Brexit Border Bureaucracy Looms for Truckers, Pet Owners and TravelersВт, 14 июл[−]
Next year businesses and travelers face mounds of new paperwork (and higher cellphone bills) as Britain builds up frontier controls.

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48. The Case Against TicklingПн, 13 июл[−]
Laughter doesn’t always signal enjoyment, and “stop” should mean “stop.”

49. What’s Missing in the Effort to Stop Maternal DeathsПн, 13 июл[−]
The U.S. could prevent two-thirds of deaths during or within a year of pregnancy, research suggests.

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50. Scientists Say You Can Cancel the Noise but Keep Your Window OpenСб, 11 июл[−]
Researchers in Singapore developed a system that’s sort of like noise-canceling headphones for your whole apartment.

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51. David Mitchell’s Vast and Tangled UniverseПт, 10 июл[−]
Daniel Mendelsohn discusses Mitchell’s career and new novel, “Utopia Avenue,” and Maria Konnikova talks about “The Biggest Bluff.”

52. Try TilesСр, 08 июл[−]
Our soothing matching game may help you de-stress.

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53. The Crossword, Vertex and MoreСр, 08 июл[−]
Solve the daily puzzle edited by Will Shortz, or try out other games like the Mini and Letter Boxed.

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54. Try Spelling BeeСр, 08 июл[−]
Puzzle throughout the day to see how many words you can find.

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55. What Makes Some People More Resilient Than OthersВс, 21 июн[−]
The very earliest days of our lives, and our closest relationships, can offer clues about how we cope with adversity.

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56. How to Deal With Public Bathrooms During CoronavirusСр, 17 июн[−]
When they’ve gotta go, they’ve gotta go. Here’s how parents can minimize the risk.


 
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