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As Lockdown Orders Lift, Can Cities Prevent A Traffic Catastrophe?

The city of Wuhan, where the coronavirus first began to spread, is pictured on May 14. Many Chinese cities have seen rush hour traffic return…

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Shuttle Veteran Leads First Human Space Mission Launched From U.S. Since 2011

NASA astronaut Douglas Hurley rehearses putting on his SpaceX spacesuit at the Neil A. Armstrong Operations and Checkout Building Kennedy Space Center in Florida, last…

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Across Texas, Black And Hispanic Neighborhoods Have Fewer Coronavirus Testing Sites

Staff work at a drive-through coronavirus testing site outside the American Airlines center in North Dallas in late March. Dan Tian/Xinhua News Agency/Getty Images hide…

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Trump and Musk unite over Twitter, the moon and sticking it to the establishment

Tiana Lowe, a conservative commentator for the Washington Examiner who recently wrote an article defending Musk, said she hoped it was a sign that Musk…

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Opinion | How Israel and the Arab World Are Making Peace Without a Peace Deal

Even more stunning, this putative détente is taking place on the watch of a right-wing Israeli prime minister who doesn’t even feign interest in a…

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Mike Pompeo’s CIA advisory board rankled agency veterans

But several former senior CIA officials who were at the agency under Pompeo’s leadership, from January 2017 to April 2018, said they thought the then-director…

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Marco Rubio zeroes in on Russia — not Obama

Johnson’s decision came after the FBI’s foreign influence task force briefed committee aides on Telizhenko, and after an all-senators classified briefing erupted into a combative…

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‘Why are you not burying him?’: Trump allies fret over rising Biden threat

“Listen, the American voters remember Biden as the happy grandfather during the Obama presidency,” said a former Trump 2016 campaign official. “The more you can…

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How Federal Marijuana Policy Is Pushing Veterans into the Black Market

Recent clinical trials conducted and supervised by Sue Sisley, a medical doctor and researcher based in Arizona, suggest that cannabis has potential as a treatment…

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Steve King is on the ropes

“It’s business, it’s conservative and more moderate, too. It’s basically the whole collection,” said Nick Ryan, a veteran GOP operative who has long opposed King….

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