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Anecdotes aren't data, free speech isn't under attack — and elite journalists should find something else to write about.
Diane Cardwell, author of “Rockaway: Surfing Headlong Into a New Life,” talks about catching waves and surviving storms.
Lindsay Dye has found a satisfying way to make money and art on her own sweet terms.
My severely autistic son doesn't know why he cannot see the teachers he loves and be around the students he adores.

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Sure, we've endured meat and flour shortages, but the coronavirus could improve many aspects of our food systems.
What to look for when stores reopen from COVID-19 closures, and how to sanitize your new clothes when you get home.
Educators share the thoughts and questions racing through their minds right now.
Instead of coaxing yourself through workouts you hate, try figuring out fitness routines that actually feel good.
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MLB and other pro leagues are eager to start playing again, but the worsening pandemic makes it clear that's a bad idea.
Five years after claiming he didn’t want rich donors’ money, Trump and the GOP have collected millions from them.
The whales are newly listed as critically endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
The university's site tracks where each state currently stands on safety, health and academic help.
It's "given us, let’s be clear, two successive presidencies that have brought the country to its knees," said Hayes.
A "lawless president" treats American justice like his "personal plaything," says Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.
"My work of challenging my students' internalized ableism has allowed me to gradually accept my own disability."
The president repeated his baseless wishful thinking about COVID-19.
At least 10 other people who work in the Mississippi Capitol have also been diagnosed with COVID-19.
Republicans who voted for Trump say they are “riddled with guilt” in the spot set to air on Fox News.
Millions initially struggled to access emergency relief, raising questions about who got priority.
"Listening to my [9-year-old] talk is exactly like watching an episode of drunk history."

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