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The other infectious diseases spreading in the shadow of the pandemic

Vaccinations and screenings for measles, tuberculosis, and other infectious diseases are down in the pandemic.

What happens if Covid-19 symptoms don’t go away? Doctors are trying to figure it out.

People with long-term Covid-19 complications are meanwhile struggling to get care.

The Democratic Party’s most hated startup can’t change what happened in Iowa. But it can change its name.

It has now also changed its CEO — quietly.

Live results for the July 14 primaries

Voters in Alabama and Texas are casting their ballots in runoffs for House and Senate, and Maine voters are voting in the state’s primary.

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Trump reduced fines for nursing homes that put residents at risk. Then Covid-19 happened.

The Obama administration cracked down on nursing homes with infection control problems. Trump reversed course.

Joe Biden has a chance to make history on climate change

All he has to do is embrace the consensus that’s waiting for him.

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The District of Columbia's football team is abandoning the name it adopted almost a century ago. Paul Chaat Smith, a curator at the National Museum of the American Indian, hopes the country is at long last ready to reckon with its past.

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Some brand names have long perpetuated racism. Black Lives Matter is changing that.

From the Washington Redskins to Aunt Jemima, a racist history is primed to be toppled.

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The federal agency that’s supposed to protect workers is toothless on Covid-19

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The PPP worked how it was supposed to. That’s the problem.

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Robert Mueller: Roger Stone “remains a convicted felon, and rightly so”

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