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In Pandemic, Green Doesn’t Mean “Go.” How Did Public Health Guidance Get So Muddled?

A mid-April sign in Philadelphia reminds passersby that current social distancing measures are for their own good. Cory Clark/ NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption…

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McCarthy leaves Intel spot open months after Ratcliffe confirmation

Other Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee include Rep. Mike Johnson of Louisiana, a former attorney who served as one of Trump’s impeachment surrogates; several…

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Zion Williamson’s minutes drama is reaching a breaking point

Zion Williamson is losing minutes as the New Orleans Pelicans are losing games. The top pick in the 2019 NBA Draft played just 29 total…

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Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia On Losing His Mother To COVID-19

Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia, pictured in 2016, says his mother “found” the American dream. She died of COVID-19 in July. Carlos Delgado/AP Images for…

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Senate Republican Primary In Kansas Highlights 5 Races To Watch Tuesday

Some Washington Republicans worry that Kris Kobach, a polarizing conservative who lost a race for governor last year, would become the GOP’s Senate candidate and…

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Despite Mask Wars, Americans Support Aggressive Measures To Stop COVID-19, Poll Finds

A man with a mask depicting American flags jogs past the U.S. Capitol in April. More than three-quarters of respondents to the NPR/Ipsos poll support…

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US airlines saw 965% rise in passenger complaints amid coronavirus

It’s no secret that the aviation industry has taken a serious beating due to the COVID-19 pandemic’s blight on air travel demand. Especially amid the first…

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‘It’s A Disaster’: German Expats Love U.S. But Not Its Handling Of Coronavirus

People pass a new coronavirus test center last week at the airport in Munich, Germany, Wednesday. Passengers have the possibility to be tested for the…

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Silicon Valley is losing the battle against election misinformation

The tactics, many aimed at deepening divisions among Americans already traumatized by a deadly pandemic and record job losses, echo the Russian government’s years-long efforts…

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Kansas set to decide Kobach’s fate — and possibly the Senate’s

There are also elections in Arizona, Michigan, Missouri and Washington state. Here’s POLITICO’s guide to what to watch: Two Republicans are vying for who is…

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