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16.04.21 10:33 The Success of Top-Down Simplicity

Schlagwörter: Democratic-leaning, Connecticut’s, Indianapolis, Republicans, Connecticut

Blue states have pulled far ahead of red states in vaccinations. Why?

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16.04.21 10:25 Gauging the Prospects for International Travel

Schlagwörter: Travel and Vacations, Airlines and Airplanes, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), Hotels and Travel Lodgings, Summer (Season), Tour Companies, Europe, Travel;Tourism;vacations, Travel-Ready, Minneapolis

Roadblocks abound, but airlines, hotels and tour companies are trying to balance optimism with caution.

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16.04.21 10:01 Covid-19 Pushes India’s Middle Class Toward Poverty

Schlagwörter: India, Income Inequality, Labor and Jobs, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), Shutdowns (Institutional), Poverty, Wages and Salaries, Unemployment, Economic Conditions and Trends, Coronavirus;COVID-19

The pandemic sent 32 million people in India from the middle class last year. Now a second wave is threatening the dreams of millions more looking for a better life.

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16.04.21 10:00 The Agony of Pandemic Parenting

Schlagwörter: Quarantine (Life and Culture), Spokane (Wash), Parenting, Shelter-in-Place (Lifestyle);Social Distancing, Motherhood, Gnanasambandan, Toeniskoetter, Transcripts, Guillemette, Chaturvedi

A single mother in Spokane, Wash., opens up about what it’s really been like to raise a child over the past year.

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16.04.21 09:44 What to Know About the Chicago Police Shooting of 13-Year-Old Adam Toledo

Schlagwörter: Police Brutality, Misconduct and Shootings, George Floyd Protests (2020), Black Lives Matter Movement, Black People, Police, Police Department (Chicago, Ill), Toledo, Adam (d 2021), Chicago (Ill), Ill

Body camera footage showed that a Chicago officer fired a single shot into the boy’s chest after chasing him down a dark alley.

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16.04.21 09:17 Booster Shots May Be Needed, Drugmakers and Scientists Say

Schlagwörter: Pfizer-BioNTech, Administration, Prevention, Paraguay’s, Paraguayan

Pfizer’s chief executive said that a third dose would “likely” be needed within a year of the initial two-doses. Here’s the latest on Covid-19.

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16.04.21 09:01 Gustavo Dudamel, Superstar Conductor, Is to Lead Paris Opera

Schlagwörter: Classical Music, Opera, Hiring and Promotion, Paris Opera, Dudamel, Gustavo, Neef, Alexander, Appointments and Executive Changes, Jordan, Philippe, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Classical music

In a coup, the venerable company has hired as its next music director the rare classical artist to have crossed into pop-culture celebrity.

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16.04.21 09:00 How George Hahn, Urban Raconteur, Spends His Sundays

Schlagwörter: Quarantine (Life and Culture), Dogs, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), Social Media, Comedy and Humor, Rivers, Joan, New York City, George Hahn, Shelter-in-Place (Lifestyle);Social Distancing

He is devoted to his dogs, his tiny apartment and most of all these days, his city.

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16.04.21 09:00 Why Do We Let Corporations Profit From Rape Videos?

Schlagwörter: Child Abuse and Neglect, Computers and the Internet, Sex Crimes, Child Pornography, Domestic Violence, Women and Girls, Children and Childhood, Law and Legislation, Sex, Assaults, Yahoo! Inc

With help from Google and PayPal, XVideos lets people leer at the worst moment in a child’s life.

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16.04.21 09:00 F.D.R. Didn’t Just Fix the Economy

Schlagwörter: United States Economy, New Deal (1930's), Black People, Labor and Jobs, Democratic National Convention, Infrastructure (Public Works), Presidential Election of 1932, United States Politics and Governm

He saved democracy itself.

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16.04.21 09:00 A Lawsuit Over Frozen Embryos

Schlagwörter: Embryos (Human), Hospitals, Egg Donation and Freezing, Suits and Litigation (Civil), your-feed-selfcare, Donor Eggs, Fields-Meyer, Connecticut, Providence, Children’s

Elaine Meyer and Barry Prizant had given up on having more than one child. Then, in their 60s, they got a letter from the hospital where they’d long ago had IVF treatment.

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16.04.21 09:00 How Democrats Who Lost in Deep-Red Places Might Have Helped Biden

Schlagwörter: Democratic Party, Elections, State Legislature, Run for Something, Biden, Joseph R Jr, Presidential Election of 2020, United States Politics and Government, Voting and Voters, Democratic National Comm

A study by a liberal group found a reverse coattails effect in 2020: Down-ballot candidates may have helped elect President Biden, rather than the other way around.

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16.04.21 09:00 She Works in a Homeless Shelter, and She Lives in One, Too

Schlagwörter: Homeless Persons, Labor and Jobs, Guards, Acacia Network Housing Inc, Homeless Services Department (NYC), de Blasio, Bill, Quinn, Christine C, New York City, Homelessness

Many employees of New York’s homeless shelters are themselves in precarious economic situations, and some are or have been homeless.

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16.04.21 09:00 Weddings: Believe It. They Met in Person.

Schlagwörter: Weddings and Engagements, Quarantine (Life and Culture), Quarantines, Bicycles and Bicycling, St George (Utah), British Columbia (Canada), Canada, Shelter-in-Place (Lifestyle);Social Distancing

Kaitlin Ruby Brinkerhoff met Ian McCann, a Canadian, on a mountain biking trip in her Utah hometown. They then maintained a challenging cross-border relationship through the pandemic.

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16.04.21 09:00 Weddings: He Followed His Heart to Memphis

Schlagwörter: Weddings and Engagements, Lockridge-Steckel, Philadelphia, Valentine’s, University, Collective

Sarah Lockridge-Steckel moved to Memphis to start a nonprofit group. She was part of Kito Lord’s 10-year plan. So Memphis became part of his plan, too.

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16.04.21 09:00 The Blue Wall of Silence Is Starting to Crack

Schlagwörter: Police, Police Brutality, Misconduct and Shootings, Chauvin, Derek (1976- ), Chicago (Ill), Virginia, Minnesota, Black People, Police Brutality;Police Misconduct;Police Shootings

Police say, ‘This is not who we are.’ Prove it.

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16.04.21 09:00 How to Defeat Myanmar’s Military After the Coup

Schlagwörter: Coups D'Etat and Attempted Coups D'Etat, Embargoes and Sanctions, Demonstrations, Protests and Riots, Tatmadaw (Myanmar), Committee Representing the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (C.R, Myanmar, Representing

Elected legislators deposed in the February coup have a plan for building a new federal democratic union. We need help.

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16.04.21 09:00 Rosie Could Be a Riveter Only Because of a Care Economy. Where Is Ours?

Schlagwörter: World War II (1939-45), Republican Party, Biden, Joseph R Jr, United States Economy, Labor and Jobs, Infrastructure (Public Works), Child Care, Elder Care, Republicans

The men and women who went to work and war during World War II were backed by the care economy — we need one too.d

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16.04.21 09:00 A Conversation About Human Minds, for Human Minds

Schlagwörter: Gopnik, Alison, Alison Gopnik, Philosophical, Development, University, California, Carpenter

The psychologist Alison Gopnik and Ezra Klein discuss what children can teach adults about learning, consciousness and play.

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16.04.21 09:00 A High School Reunion for Two

Schlagwörter: Weddings and Engagements, International, Corporation, Commercial, Lubricants, University

After almost four decades, John Capshaw reconnected with his childhood crush, Courtneye Barrett, on the dating app Bumble.

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16.04.21 08:51 Hong Kong Sentences Jimmy Lai, Other Pro-Democracy Figures, to Prison

Schlagwörter: Demonstrations, Protests and Riots, Hong Kong Protests (2019), Freedom of Speech and Expression, Politics and Government, Communist Party of China, Lai, Jimmy, Lee, Martin C M, Hong Kong, China

Prison sentences for prominent pro-democracy leaders over unauthorized peaceful protest point to what critics say is the shrinking space for dissent in Hong Kong.

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16.04.21 08:50 A Letter to XVideos

Schlagwörter: Child Abuse and Neglect, Women and Girls, Pornography, your-feed-opinionvideo, Someone, Googled, XVideos, This, I’m

When I was 14, someone recorded a video of me naked without my knowledge or consent. It ended up on XVideos.

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16.04.21 08:10 How a Sewage Flood Upended Lives in Queens

Schlagwörter: New York City, Sewers and Sewage, Floods, Office of the Comptroller (NYC), NYC;New York City, Asian-American, Thanksgiving, Rubinstein, Prescotts, Manhattan

More than 16 months after a sewage flood wrecked their homes, some South Ozone Park residents say they’re still waiting for help from the city.

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16.04.21 07:43 At Least 8 Dead in Shooting at Indianapolis FedEx Warehouse

Schlagwörter: Indianapolis, Metropolitan, Plainfield, Interstate, California

The authorities said the gunman was believed to have killed himself.

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16.04.21 05:56 Jimmy Kimmel Heckles ‘Future Former Florida Congressman’ Matt Gaetz

Schlagwörter: Television, Kimmel, Jimmy, Jimmy Kimmel Live (TV Program), Noah, Trevor (1984- ), The Daily Show with Trevor Noah (TV Program), Colbert, Stephen, The Tonight Show (TV Program), Late Show with Stephen

Kimmel poked fun at Gaetz and his friend Joel Greenberg for making their Venmo transactions public: “One of those ‘salads’ cost more than $1,000 — I guess they added avocado.”

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16.04.21 04:35 Shooting Is Reported at FedEx Warehouse in Indiana

Schlagwörter: Indiana, Indianapolis (Ind), Fedex Corporation, Indianapolis, Sheriff’s, Indiana, Joseph, McAtee

The authorities said the warehouse was on the southwest side of Indianapolis, the state capital.

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16.04.21 04:16 Modern Love: I Tried to Filter Him Out

Schlagwörter: Love (Emotion), Dating and Relationships, Muslims and Islam, Quarantine (Life and Culture), Shelter-in-Place (Lifestyle);Social Distancing, Pakistani-Muslim, Thanksgiving, Khruangbin, Bollywood

As a Pakistani Muslim, I knew that falling for a Hindu Indian would break me. And it did.

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16.04.21 03:22 States Struggle With Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause as Federal Officials Reassure Public

Schlagwörter: Blood Clots, Johnson & Johnson, Vaccination and Immunization, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), United States Politics and Government, Medicine and Health, Fauci, Anthony S, Vaccines Immunization

Dr. Anthony S. Fauci said he hoped for a decision “quite soon” on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, as local governments shifted to more complicated two-dose vaccines for marginal populations.

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16.04.21 01:26 I Got the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine. I'm Not Losing Sleep.

Schlagwörter: Blood Clots, Vaccination and Immunization, Coronavirus Risks and Safety Concerns, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), Johnson & Johnson, Vaccines Immunization, Administration, Approximately, AstraZeneca

Here’s how to think about the federal investigation into rare but severe blood clots associated with the vaccine.

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16.04.21 01:20 A Louisville Officer Who Shot Breonna Taylor Lands a Book Deal

Schlagwörter: Black Lives Matter Movement, George Floyd Protests (2020), Police Brutality, Misconduct and Shootings, Black People, Books and Literature, Murders, Attempted Murders and Homicides, Book Trade and Publ

Plans to publish the book, written by Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, have drawn sharp criticism.

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16.04.21 00:57 C.T.E. May Not Fully Explain Phillip Adams's Shooting Spree

Schlagwörter: Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, Suicides and Suicide Attempts, Murders, Attempted Murders and Homicides, Football (College), National Football League, Boston University, Adams, Phillip M (1988-2021)

A finding of C.T.E. can help explain violence and erratic behavior by former football players, but it will not give a clear picture of why Phillip Adams fatally shot seven people, including himself.

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16.04.21 00:54 As Biden Pulls Out of Afghanistan, How Much Do Americans Care?

Schlagwörter: Afghanistan, Afghanistan War (2001- ), Biden, Joseph R Jr, Polls and Public Opinion, United States, United States Defense and Military Forces, United States International Relations, Joe Biden

For the American public, there was never any great outcry for withdrawing, polling suggests.

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16.04.21 00:39 Trump Is Gone, but Land Disputes Along Border Continue Under Biden

Schlagwörter: United States Politics and Government, Immigration and Emigration, Eminent Domain, Border Barriers, Border Patrol (US), Homeland Security Department, Alvarez, Micaela (1958- ), Biden, Joseph R Jr, Bus

A Texas judge allowed the government this week to take possession of a family’s land because the Biden administration has yet to end lawsuits seeking property along the border.

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15.04.21 23:50 Lack of Training Led Capitol Police to Temper Riot Response, Watchdog Says

Schlagwörter: United States Politics and Government, Storming of the US Capitol (Jan, 2021), United States Capitol Police, Inspectors General, Demonstrations, Protests and Riots, Bolton, Michael A, Washington (DC),

The force’s inspector general testified that a top official ordered officers not to use their most powerful anti-riot tools on Jan. 6 because of concerns they did not know how.

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15.04.21 23:43 Why Spy Agencies Say the Future Is Bleak

Schlagwörter: National Intelligence Estimates, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), Espionage and Intelligence Services, United States International Relations, United States Politics and Government, Coronavirus;COVID-19

Climate change, technology, disease and financial crises will pose big challenges for the world, an intelligence report concludes.

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15.04.21 23:32 Supreme Court Commission to Scrutinize Reforms Beyond Expanding Justice Seats

Schlagwörter: Supreme Court (US), Law and Legislation, Constitution (US), Term Limits (Political Office), United States Politics and Government, Biden, Joseph R Jr, Supreme Court;SCOTUS, WASHINGTON, Republican

President Biden’s new panel, which is set to meet on Friday, has ambitions to tackle many other proposals to overhaul the court.

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15.04.21 23:25 Derek Chauvin Declines to Testify About George Floyd's Death

Schlagwörter: Police Brutality, Misconduct and Shootings, Murders, Attempted Murders and Homicides, Minneapolis (Minn), Chauvin, Derek (1976- ), Floyd, George (d 2020), Minneapolis

The jury is expected to hear closing arguments on Monday and could deliver a verdict in Mr. Chauvin’s trial next week.

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15.04.21 23:17 Charli Collier Is the No. 1 Pick in the W.N.B.A. Draft

Schlagwörter: Basketball, Dallas Wings, Women's National Basketball Assn, Draft and Recruitment (Sports), Collier, Charli (1999- ), WNBA, Commissioner, University, W.N.B.A.’s

Collier, a 6-foot-5 center from the University of Texas, was selected by the Dallas Wings.

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15.04.21 23:15 How the G.O.P. Lost Its Clear Voice on Foreign Policy

Schlagwörter: United States International Relations, Afghanistan War (2001- ), United States Defense and Military Forces, Graham, Lindsey, Trump, Donald J, Pompeo, Mike, United States Politics and Government, Polls

After four years of Donald J. Trump’s America-first mantra, Republican views on foreign intervention, long a signature part of the party’s brand, have splintered.

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15.04.21 23:10 Andrew Yang Hasn’t Done the Math

Schlagwörter: Unemployment, Income Inequality, Layoffs and Job Reductions, Productivity, Yang, Andrew (1975- ), automation, New York City, Politics and Government, Elections, Mayors, Layoffs;Furloughs

Was his economic story too good to check?

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15.04.21 23:00 Wisdom Isn’t What You Think It Is

Schlagwörter: Mentors, Books and Literature, Wisdom, Schwartz, Morrie, Albom, Mitch, Tuesdays With Morrie: An Old Man, a Young Man, and, Morrie Schwartz

It’s more about listening than talking.

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15.04.21 22:55 Biden Administration Says Russian Intelligence Obtained Trump Campaign Data

Schlagwörter: Presidential Election of 2016, Russian Interference in 2016 US Elections and Ties, United States Politics and Government, Espionage and Intelligence Services, Gates, Richard W III (1972- ), Kilimnik,

A Treasury Department document shed more light on links between the campaign and Russian spies.

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15.04.21 22:42 White House Warns Russia on Bounties, but Stops Short of Sanctions

Schlagwörter: United States Politics and Government, Espionage and Intelligence Services, United States Defense and Military Forces, Central Intelligence Agency, Defense Department, National Security Agency, Taliba

The available evidence supporting a stunning C.I.A. assessment — which President Donald J. Trump’s inaction on prompted bipartisan uproar — remains less than definitive proof.

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15.04.21 22:27 N.C.A.A. Won't Cancel Events Over Transgender Laws, Yet

Schlagwörter: College Athletics, Transgender and Transsexuals, Discrimination, National Collegiate Athletic Assn, Emmert, Mark, Human Rights Campaign, Law and Legislation, States (US), College Sports

L.G.B.T.Q. advocates have pressed the N.C.A.A. to move events from states considering such laws, but so far the organization has stopped short.

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15.04.21 22:24 Russia Sanctions, Afghanistan, Birds: Your Thursday Evening Briefing

Schlagwörter: Afghanistan, Minneapolis, Mississippi, Adirondacks, Washington

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

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15.04.21 22:18 Hiker Rescued After Man Uses Photo to Pinpoint His Location

Schlagwörter: Hikes and Hiking, Forests and Forestry, Missing Persons, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Angeles National Forest (Calif), Rescues, Photography, Social Media, Missing person, California

Rene Compean, who had been missing in the mountains of Southern California, was found on Tuesday after a stranger deduced his location from a photo posted by the authorities.

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15.04.21 21:57 Who Leaked a Nude Image of a Canadian Lawmaker? His Colleagues Want to Know.

Schlagwörter: House of Representatives, Twitter, Zoom Video Communications, Politics and Government, Legislatures and Parliaments, Social Media, Computers and the Internet, Videophones and Videoconferencing, Privac

After a photo of William Amos, a legislator from Quebec, circulated on social media, some lawmakers called for an investigation into what they described as a “potentially criminal act.”

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15.04.21 21:47 Can the Covid Vaccine Protect Me Against Virus Variants?

Schlagwörter: Vaccination and Immunization, Clinical Trials, Preventive Medicine, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), Viruses, Johnson & Johnson, Moderna Inc, Pfizer Inc, AstraZeneca PLC, New England Journal of Medicine

Vaccines do a good job of protecting us from coronavirus, but fear and confusion about the rise of variants have muddled the message. Here are answers to common questions.

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15.04.21 21:45 Should Covid Vaccines Be Mandatory?

Schlagwörter: debatable, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), Coronavirus;COVID-19, Massachusetts, Opportunity, Association, Legislators, Republicans

Dosage supply appears on the verge of outstripping demand in some states, well before herd immunity can be reached.

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15.04.21 21:31 Republicans Question Spy Agencies’ Work on Domestic Extremism

Schlagwörter: Espionage and Intelligence Services, Surveillance of Citizens by Government, Terrorism, Right-Wing Extremism and Alt-Right, United States Politics and Government, House Committee on Intelligence, Dome

Agency officials say they are analyzing information, not collecting intelligence on Americans.

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