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1. in country United States and category Daily News

1. in country United States and category Media

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“It’s not what we need right now in terms of COVID,” said Tom Rath, a well-known Republican and former New Hampshire attorney general. “We have been very, very fortunate, our number of deaths are quite small.” @anniekarni and me https://t.co/d7EVWE4fUX

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Gleaning is an age-old agricultural tradition, typically defined as gathering anything left over after a harvest. It now has fresh urgency in the pandemic, with gleaning groups delivering surplus produce to Americans who can’t feed their families. https://t.co/1ZeupFNs40

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The vast majority of the most selective U.S. universities will use online learning or a “hybrid” strategy that mixes online and in-person instruction this fall. Many others are planning to open for business and bring students back. https://t.co/Nw2UQDLWPj

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A California mom has sued her former employer, alleging she was fired while working from home during the pandemic because her boss did not like that her kids could be heard on business calls. My latest for @nytimes || https://t.co/6DHgd9bO85

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A dire shortage of protective gear for medical workers has hit the U.S. again, affecting a broad array of procedures separate from the virus https://t.co/RDWQMymXWF

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Evening Briefing: Here's what you need to know at the end of the day https://t.co/QIk77itpD5

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NEW: Biden and Sanders allies unveiled a sweeping set of joint policy recommendations on Wednesday, a significant if tentative sign of cooperation among Democrats as the Biden campaign continues its appeals to the progressive left. https://t.co/yLc6Lrciqo

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Scientists have discovered a new type of red algae near the northwestern Hawaiian Islands that covers coral like a mat and suffocates it. They don't know where it came from. https://t.co/PXVHTzXvJ6

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The governor of Tennessee said anyone in his state could be tested for the coronavirus, and the state would pay. That did not stop the coronavirus from roaring back. https://t.co/DKMOpFMkch

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A longstanding gripe around Nielsen ratings is they’re not good at measuring streamers. Netflix doesn’t make more money when people watch more content. It cares about subs. So what counts as a streaming hit? @ParrotAnalytics says it’s solved that mystery: https://t.co/F1MCxsKUL7

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The Ivy League placed all sports on hold until at least January, making it the first Division I conference that will not play football in the fall because of the coronavirus pandemic https://t.co/Dej7JuTJxQ

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Here's a pocket interactive guide to what experts are saying about aerosols and the coronavirus: https://t.co/4zHvseuItY

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President Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico, who is visiting the White House today, has avoided fighting the Trump administration since he came to office in 2018, a stance that has upset many in Mexico who say he is too willing to bend to Trump’s will https://t.co/ku0GbiW1x8

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Passengers on a flight from Dallas to Newark were ordered back to their assigned seats after — in an attempt to gain more social distance —they moved to empty rows. They were told they had not paid for exit row seats, which are more expensive. https://t.co/3kuLPEa49p

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If convicted, the two residents of Martinez, Calif., could face up to a year in jail for vandalizing a #BlackLivesMatter mural prosecutors say. https://t.co/m3YHQ8B7Dt

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Tammy Duckworth is being vetted as a potential running mate by Joe Biden’s campaign. “No one respects that flag more than I have,” she said in our profile of her from last month. “But I will respect the right to protest it, too.” https://t.co/ZiK0b0GJeh

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Lt. Col. Alex Vindman retired from the military today, citing "bullying, intimidation, and retaliation" by the president. He and his twin fled Ukraine w/ their dad. Trump fired both from NSC after Alex' impeachment testimony. My profile, from October: https://t.co/1UOwEQRz2i

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“They’ll kill me. They’ll kill me.” George Floyd told officers more than 20 times that he could not breathe, according to newly released transcripts of police body camera footage documenting the last minutes of his life. https://t.co/IJjgT0JD3s

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"Ennio Morricone was more than one of the world’s great soundtrack composers — he was one of the world’s great composers, period," the musician John Zorn writes https://t.co/plyfIO15lN

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The most challenging undertaking in NBA history — 22 teams on one campus for the next three months — is underway The @nytimes NBA newsletter (in Digital form) explores the daunting race to get back to full-speed basketball before games resume July 30: https://t.co/9ZvMu0Z5Di

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