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Want to fix policing? Start with a better 911 system.

"911 call takers are gatekeepers for the entire criminal justice system. We need to start treating them that way."

Ilhan Omar faces a fierce primary challenge in her first reelection bid

Minnesota’s primaries could have major repercussions for both poles of the Democratic Party.

“Arrest the cops who killed Breonna Taylor”: The power and the peril of a catchphrase

Breonna Taylor’s name was a call to action. Then it became a meme.

How coronavirus devastated Texas’s vulnerable borderlands

The pandemic has overwhelmed hospitals in the state’s lowest-income, primarily Hispanic communities.

Protesters across Thailand call for new elections following the arrest of pro-democracy activists

Protests against the post-coup government are continuing through the summer.

Democrats call Trump’s coronavirus relief orders “paltry” and “absurdly unconstitutional”

Democrats want Republicans to come back to the negotiating table so Congress can pass a sweeping stimulus bill.

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TikTok, on the clock, Donald says your time is up

President Trump is threatening to ban TikTok, but Microsoft might be able to stop the clock.

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The American right’s favorite strongman

Polls: Biden leads Trump in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin

Trump just signed 4 executive orders providing coronavirus relief. It’s not clear if they’re all legal.

How an Iowa summer resort region became a Covid-19 hot spot

Thousands of protesters in Beirut call for “the fall of the regime” in the wake of the blast

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Trump falsely claims coronavirus is “disappearing” and Russia isn’t meddling in the 2020 election

Tulsi Gabbard’s seat is up for grabs in Hawaii’s congressional primary

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Bill Gates is spending $150 million to try to make a coronavirus vaccine as cheap as $3

Cori Bush’s victory signals the return of the protester-politician 

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What’s wrong with the mail

As November nears, the Postal Service is facing a crisis that could interfere with the election.

How Ellen DeGeneres’s facade of kindness crumbled 

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How Ohio has avoided becoming another Covid-19 hot spot (so far)

A rural New York county has adopted one of the most progressive trans prison policies in the US

What women in Congress want from Facebook

All of this week’s best new movies are about anxiety. In a good way.

The US has an extraordinary opportunity to reform education

HBO’s I May Destroy You might be the best TV show of the year

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The one sport that’s doing it right

Why we all should take a page out of roller derby’s reopening playbook.

How cities can tackle violent crime without relying on police

The pandemic hasn’t stopped Native Hawaiians’ fight to protect Maunakea

Anti-maskers explain themselves

Jeff Bezos offers a clue to his $10 billion climate change strategy

Bike shorts are the official uniform of pandemic summer

Trump issued an executive order effectively banning TikTok if it doesn’t sell in the next 45 days

Facebook is extending its work-from-home policy until July 2021


The big lesson from South Korea’s coronavirus response

Perhaps months too late, a Covid-19 contact tracing app comes to America

What Lebanon needs to recover from the explosion

Facebook took down a Trump post for the first time 

The Tennessee GOP primaries will be determined by one question: Who loves Trump the most? 

We need to talk about what school closures mean for kids with disabilities

Midnight Sun brings back the creepy, sublimated, wildly unhealthy eroticism of Twilight

Trump’s latest plan to use the census for political gain, explained

How to drive fossil fuels out of the US economy, quickly

How inequality is changing the Republican Party — and breaking American politics

Masha Gessen on American politics after the death of “truth”

Trump’s radical lawsuit against Nevada’s vote-by-mail law, explained

A new study finds that giving kids deworming treatment still benefits them 20 years later