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Bernie Sanders ends his second bid for the presidency

The 78-year-old democratic socialist changed many things about the Democratic Party, but he could not become its leader.

How to get groceries when delivery services are slammed

Consider reaching out to local markets, wholesale suppliers, or mutual aid organizations for grocery help if you can’t leave the house.

Hospitals are cutting staff just when America needs them most

One nurse characterized the situation as: "You’re a hero, but also we don’t value you enough to prepare or pay you."

18 fascinating nonfiction podcasts (that aren’t true crime)

Need a distraction? Try these fascinating nonfiction podcasts.

Quarantine horniness, explained by a sex researcher

It’s still a bad idea to sleep with someone new, even if both of you have been social distancing.

Congress could vote on another “interim” coronavirus relief bill as soon as this week

Democrats and Republicans still need to work through their disagreements of what it should include.

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Vote and die

Wisconsinites had to choose between catching Covid-19 and voting on Tuesday. Is the rest of the country next?

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It’s time to move past employer-based health insurance

Immigrant detainees are fighting to be released in the pandemic

Biden is now the presumptive Democratic nominee. Here’s how he stacks up against Trump in the polls.

Senators are demanding answers from Amazon about how it treats warehouse workers

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Joe Biden says the pandemic response is an opportunity for structural change

Watch: Bernie Sanders announces the end of his presidential campaign

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Why Sanders didn’t replicate Trump’s upset primary victory

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Joe Biden will have a very hard time winning over the Berniesphere

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How “quarantine concerts” are keeping live music alive as venues remain closed

Trump isn’t even trying to hide his self-interested reasons for opposing mail-in voting

Democrats should make voting reform a nonnegotiable baseline for the next stimulus bill

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Will your favorite restaurant survive?

Sanders’s campaign is over, but his legacy is winning

6 things to know about telehealth

Predictions are hard, especially about the coronavirus

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Covid-19 is disproportionately taking lives of black people

Study: Small increases in air pollution make coronavirus much more deadly

How the US stacks up to other countries in confirmed coronavirus cases

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Chart: The coronavirus pandemic, state by state

Millennials were just starting to feel economically stable. Now we’re being hit with another recession.

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Trump claims that his daughter created 10 percent of all the jobs in the United States

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This nurse is treating the sickest coronavirus patients. Trump still wants to deport him. 

What it means to “gather” for Easter, Passover, and Ramadan this year

New York has 12 times as many coronavirus deaths as California

400,000 cases later, Trump defends his February claim that the coronavirus was going away on its own