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The Biden and Romney Family Plans Go Too Far
(March 03 00:17) Nytimes.com
A policy that sustains people in joblessness is not ultimately anti-poverty.
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Veterans React to Biden's Afghanistan Troop Pullout Announcement
President Biden’s decision to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11 is met with relief and anguish, frustration and regret among those who served there.
Senate Passes Anti-Asian-American Hate Crimes Bill
The vote, 92 to 6, could allow for final passage later this week, though an amendment process could be another roadblock.
Rage Is the Only Language I Have Left
Society has become horribly desensitized to police killings of Black men.
New N.C.A.A. Rule Benefits Athletes Who Transfer Colleges
Under a plan tentatively approved Wednesday, Division I players who transfer will not need to sit out a year before they can play.
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Key Findings from the Inspector General's Capitol Riot Report
Intelligence failures, orders to use less aggressive measures and equipment breakdowns contributed to the Capitol Police’s botched response, a watchdog found.
(April 14 11:16) Nytimes.com
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Covid-19 in New York: Variants and Johnson & Johnson
More contagious variants of the Covid-19 virus account for three-quarters of new cases in the city.
(April 14 16:35) Nytimes.com
Court Vindicates Black Officer Fired for Stopping Colleague’s Chokehold
Cariol Horne acted to keep a white officer from using what she saw as excessive force. Fifteen years later, a judge said her firing was wrong.
(April 14 10:58) Nytimes.com
Hundreds of Companies Unite to Oppose Voting Limits, but Others Abstain
Amazon, Google, G.M. and Starbucks were among those joining the biggest show of solidarity by businesses over legislation in numerous states.
(April 14 12:00) Nytimes.com
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