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America could be on its way to something approaching normal by autumn. But we have some hurdles to clear to get there. https://t.co/GrVsuyqQNs

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In Brazil, Judge Sergio Moro and prosecutors perverted the institutional advances of Operation Car Wash by transforming a simple temporary task force into an entity above the law, @Gaspard_Estrada writes. https://t.co/FTdseE6sxj

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"I grieve what is happening to the natural world, and I understand perfectly well that my own efforts to help are far from enough," writes @MargaretRenkl. "But it is impossible to give up." https://t.co/G96ZLGtl2M

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"Hollywood has resolved to tackle harassment in the industry, but I was never sexually harassed on a film set," @MaraWilson, a child actor from age 5, writes. "My sexual harassment always came at the hands of the media and the public." https://t.co/IsybvHGbHE

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The Supreme Court "is about to take up what is arguably the most important civil rights case of its current term," Linda Greenhouse writes. https://t.co/RHOOOkoUZK

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“The commitment to free speech seems to dissipate when the people who are being gagged are folks who are demanding racial justice,” @sandylocks told @michelleinbklyn. https://t.co/ifLUDlGWAE

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"With Democrats now holding unified, if narrow, control of government, Republicans have had an epiphany," writes @mcottle. "Bipartisanship has become their North Star, their Holy Grail." https://t.co/sEixJ99atu

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“Nurses come to work to care, help and heal. But there has been so little care, help and healing for them during the pandemic,” @TheresaBrown writes. https://t.co/fdTcjB5oMC

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"It is not just our energy infrastructure that is unprepared for climate change," @ezraklein writes. "It is our political infrastructure. It is our social infrastructure. It is our psyches." https://t.co/Fom1BiV72h

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President Biden should recognize that reneging on the withdrawal deal or extending it without Taliban agreeing to it will lead to escalation in violence and even more deaths, writes @WillRuger. https://t.co/ndhnzsoZin

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“Under Trump, the racism and the anti-Semitism, misogyny that I hinted upon occasionally in the first Borat movie burst into the open,” @SachaBaronCohen tells @karaswisher on "Sway." Listen wherever you get your podcasts. https://t.co/Uerm5wf8qB

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"Instead of imposing sanctions on M.B.S., Biden appears ready to let the murderer walk. The weak message to other thuggish dictators considering such a murder is: Please don’t do it, but we’ll still work with you if we have to," @NickKristof writes. https://t.co/m3acIlGlkT

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“It’s moral injury when I leave a hospital bursting at the seams and all the bars and stores are full of people,” Ashley Bartholomew, a nurse who worked in a Covid I.C.U., told @TheresaBrown. https://t.co/kNyDUOEblp

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"Israel has supplied thousands of vaccines from its supply, while facilitating delivery of the large number of vaccines ordered by the Palestinian Authority." #NYTLetters https://t.co/oNT7QG5xQe

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Why is it difficult to reach everyone who needs a vaccine? Enter your county to find out what the roadblocks are where you live. https://t.co/AJ2ghYvpKc

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"American democracy faces alarming risks from extremist forces that have rapidly gained ground in our politics," Richard Pildes, a professor at @nyulaw, writes. These reforms could help keep such forces at bay. https://t.co/l2cOFSqldj

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"Bears Ears constitutes an irreplaceable cultural treasure. We don’t have many of these places left to squander," writes David Roberts. https://t.co/Ji8XXEYv6z

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"When I looked out the window, the trees were sweatered in white, sending a pale light into the room. I thought I’d moved to the most magical place in the world. Magnolias, just like at home, and snow too!"— @MargaretRenkl on her first winter in Nashville. https://t.co/mIdMIMzYiX

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