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Covid tongue? Why new Covid-19 symptoms keep popping up.

Scientists say they still have more to learn about the symptoms of Covid-19 infections, long Covid, and the new variants.

“No healing without the truth”: How a federal commission could help America understand systemic racism

America’s long-overdue racial healing commission is making its way through Congress.

You got a vaccine. Walgreens got your data.

Retail pharmacies are now giving out Covid-19 vaccines, and some of them are using it as an opportunity to profit off your information.

SPACs, the investment term you won’t stop hearing about, explained

Six questions about SPACs, answered.

Why WandaVision has become a lightning rod in pop culture discourse

WandaVision is the first new Marvel movie or TV show in 18 months. Naturally, we can’t stop talking about it.

A West Virginia pharmacist on how the state became a vaccine success story

West Virginia’s high vaccination rate is in part due to its high number of locally run pharmacies that have gained trust in the community.

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Manchin in the middle

Joe Biden won the presidency, but it’s Joe Manchin from West Virginia who seems to be the decider. The Charleston Gazette-Mail’s Joe Severino shadowed Senator Joe in the spotlight. Mountain State Spotlight’s Greg Moore explains why this is West Virginia’s moment.

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The George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, explained

Angelo Quinto’s family says he died after police pinned him by his neck. Police deny they did anything wrong.

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Poll: People favor expansive Covid-19 relief over a targeted bipartisan package

Republicans are trying to exchange a minimum wage hike for a crackdown on undocumented workers

QAnon believers think Trump will be inaugurated again on March 4

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How to destroy the suburbs

Vox's Jerusalem Demsas joins Matt and Dara to talk about the fight against exclusionary zoning

Covid-19 cases are down, vaccinations are up. But the US shouldn’t declare victory yet.

Covid-19 vaccines are finally, truly coming for every American adult soon

Malaria is notoriously hard to vaccinate against. A new vaccine technology might change that.

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Biden bombed Iranian proxies to stop strikes on US troops. There was just another attack.

The growing evidence that the Covid-19 vaccines can reduce transmission, explained

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