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Sheltering in Place Amid a Pandemic

Just Get Through Today: Sheltering in Place Amid a Pandemic

My mind races. Two more weeks?? I try to shut it down. Just get through today.
The Preventable Death of an Asylum Seeker from Cuba in Solitary Cell

Special Report: The Preventable Death of an Asylum Seeker from Cuba in Solitary Cell

Roylan Hernandez Diaz’s long journey ended inside a white-walled cell in the solitary confinement wing of a Louisiana prison.Nearby were the last of his...
Economic Toll of Coronavirus Sinks in, Duration Remains an Unknown

The Economic Toll of Coronavirus Sinks in, Duration Unknown

Things are changing in the economy and the workplace today as the outbreak widens.

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The Glitz of Super Bowl Heads to a Blue-collar Part of Miami

The Glitz of Super Bowl Headed to a Blue-collar Part of Miami

Roughly one in four residents of Miami Gardens, where Super Bowl 54 will be played, live below the poverty line.
Bolivia Religious Debate: The Bible vs Andean Earth Deity

Bolivia Religious Debate: The Bible vs Andean Earth Deity

Bolivians are deeply divided on Morales’ legacy with deep-rooted class and racial divisions.
Joe Namath's Life after Football: Restaurants, Books, Grandkids

Joe Namath’s Life after Football: Restaurants, Books, and Grandkids

This time around looks to be a “guarantee" for Broadway Joe.
The Dark Side of Supportive Relationships

The Dark Side of Supportive Relationships

Do you want a partner who unconditionally has your back, or one who plays devil’s advocate?
The Fraught Politics of Food

The Fraught Politics of Food

For a politician, food might seem like a low-hanging fruit. Is there an easier way to appeal to the masses?
‘Armless Archer’ Stutzman and his Disarming Sense of Humor

‘Armless Archer’ Stutzman and his Disarming Sense of Humor

The American is known as the “Armless Archer,” a silver medalist from the 2012 Paralympics.
Migrant Smuggling Business Adapts, Thrives

What Crackdown? Migrant Smuggling Business Adapts, Thrives

The hardening of U.S. and Mexican immigration policies has “complicated” the business
‘A Serious-minded Kid:’ Pete Buttigieg Aimed High Early

‘A Serious-minded Kid:’ Pete Buttigieg Aimed High Early

Peter Buttigieg — the smartest kid in class, language whiz, and devotee of John F. Kennedy
From ‘Knives Out’ to Bond, Ana de Armas is on the Rise

From ‘Knives Out’ to Bond, Ana de Armas is on the Rise

De Armas doesn’t have a specific plan for her future in movies, but she likes the challenge.
US Held Record Number of Migrant Kids in Custody in 2019

US Held Record Number of Migrant Kids in Custody in 2019

An unprecedented 69,550 migrant children held in U.S. government custody over the past year.
As McDonald’s CEO Learned, Workplace Romance Can Be Perilous

As McDonald’s CEO Learned, Workplace Romance Can Be Perilous

There are questions about whether consent is truly possible when there's a power imbalance.
How ‘Do us a Favor’ Led to Trump Impeachment Inquiry

How ‘Do us a Favor’ Led to Trump Impeachment Inquiry

Those words have prompted the deployment of the ultimate political weapon, an impeachment process.
DNA Test Reunites Half Brothers; Both Were Cops in Florida

DNA Test Reunites Half Brothers; Both Were Cops in Florida

They met for the first time at Stull’s house near Orlando, talking late into the night.
Is the Stethoscope dying

Is the Stethoscope dying? High-tech Rivals Pose a Threat

Two centuries after its invention, the stethoscope is facing an uncertain prognosis.
The Environmental Fallout of Venezuela’s Collapsing Oil Industry

The Environmental Fallout of Venezuela’s Collapsing Oil Industry

Nobody lives as closely with the environmental fallout of Venezuela’s collapsing oil industry as the fishermen.
Restoring Forests 1 Tree at a Time, to Help Repair Climate

Restoring Forests 1 Tree at a Time, to Help Repair Climate

Destruction of the forests can be swift. Regrowth is much, much slower.
Can a New Space Race Connect the World to the Internet?

Can a New Space Race Connect the World to the Internet?

With half the world’s population — more than 3 billion people — not using the internet, it’s a huge potential market.
Vapes Spiked with Illegal Drugs Show Dark Side of CBD Craze

Vapes Spiked with Illegal Drugs Show Dark Side of CBD Craze

Some operators are cashing in on the CBD craze by substituting illegal synthetic marijuana for natural CBD.
Restaurant Delivery Jobs Hold their Own in the Uber Eats Age

Restaurant Delivery Jobs Hold their Own in the Uber Eats Age

Despite pressure from third-party apps, a few big chains continue to use their own drivers.

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