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Josh Gondelman writes a humorous imaginary calendar with his plans for exploring New York City after the pandemic. Josh Gondelman 2020-08-14 07:00:00 Read more from source here...
Joe Biden winnowed a large list of candidates to four finalists before settling on Kamala Harris, in a process shaped by questions of loyalty. He is eyeing other contenders for top administration jobs. Alexander Burns, Jonathan Martin and Katie Glueck 2020-08-14 07:45:54 Read more from source here...
President Donald Trump on Thursday announced that the United Arab Emirates and Israel agreed to establish normal diplomatic relations in a development that will put on pause Israel's efforts to annex parts of the West Bank claimed by Palestinians. 2020-08-13 15:02:38 Read more from source here...
With Covid-19, the US is experiencing its worst public health crisis in a generation. But that same crisis is prompting leaders to take note of another emergency, one that has been ongoing for centuries: 2020-08-14 07:40:24 Read more from source here...
Becoming a United States citizen was meaningful to me for a great number of reasons. German by birth, I had come to feel at home in America, and to love it. For all the deep injustices that shape this country, I remained convinced that the United States was more...
Congress has ramped up email newsletter frequency, videoconferencing and telephone town halls to stay connected to constituents as the coronavirus pandemic transforms daily life. And a new report suggests some of those shifts could be here to stay. The Congressional Management Foundation on Friday released a report, “The Future...

Black Like Kamala

Republican efforts to deny Senator Harris’s identity as an African-American and turn her into a noncitizen are destined to fail. By Jamelle Bouie 2020-08-14 05:00:33 Read more from source here...
Charlotta Bass strode onto a stage in Chicago and gave a speech as the first Black female candidate for Vice President. She was a candidate for the nation's second-highest office under the Progressive Party ticket in 1952. 2020-08-14 06:46:40 Read more from source here...
A free online puzzle published Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, with answers and clues that exhibit the wit and intelligence of the magazine. Anna Shechtman 2020-08-14 06:00:00 Read more from source here...
Had she, in the throes of segregation and suffrage, cast a hard-won vote? I needed to know. Martha S. Jones 2020-08-14 05:00:33 Read more from source here...