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Andrew Yang leads the New York mayoral race despite missteps.

Two days before Andrew Yang announced he was running to be New York City’s

Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer agree to suspend election campaigning

Boris Johnson and Sir Keir Starmer agreed to halt campaigning for next month's local elections until after the Duke…

Doctors and nurses struggling to fill Covid jab

Doctors and nurses are having trouble securing an adequate number of patients keen to receive a Covid jab

Lili Reinhart and Madelaine Petsch look every inch the city girls

as they take their dogs out for a sunny stroll through Vancouver

‘Just write STOP’: the teenager helping Polish women flee abuse

Krysia Paszko, a 17-year-old high school pupil, watched a TV report about Europe’s surge in domestic violence


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I Am Trying to Decide if I Should Buy Two Rolls of Paper Towel or Three

I am trying to decide if I should buy tworolls of paper towel or threeand if I buy two rolls of paper towel nowthen they take up less space in the bag that I have to carry homebutif I buy three rolls of paper towel then I won’t have to go buy morerolls of paper towel again as soon as I would have if I only bought twoand of course there is no right answerbut maybeif I find myself going back to the store to get more paper towelsooner I will suddenly be hit with inspiration on the walk thereor hitby a car on the walk there…

Biden’s Jobs Plan Is Also a Climate Plan. Will It Make a Difference?

The first known reference to Japan’s cherry blossoms comes from the country’s oldest surviving text, the Kojiki, completed in 712. Japan was trying to shrug off the influence of its more powerful neighbor, China, and cherry blossoms became a symbol of Japanese identity, in contrast to the plum blossoms of the Chinese. By the early ninth century, the practice of cherry-blossom viewing had become so well established that the date of the peak bloom appeared in Japanese poems and other literary works.Illustration by João…

Dept Of Persuasion News, Opinion, and Analysis—The New Yorker

Dept Of Persuasion News, Opinion, and Analysis—The New Yorker April 12, 2021 IssueDo the Rich Support the Tax the Rich Campaign?Before New York’s budget deadline, a group of progressives, calling for tax increases on the wealthy, phone-banked for support among the one-to-five-per-centers in Westchester and on the Upper East Side.10:00 A.M. Source link

Daniel Borzutzky’s Poems Channel Cacophony in an Age of Calamity

Daniel Borzutzky distorts stock rhythms and idioms, rendering them newly strange.Photograph by Zakkiyyah Najeebah Dumas-O’NealThere’s an epigram by Bertolt Brecht that circulates on social media, usually translated something like this: “In the dark times / will there also be singing? / Yes, there will also be singing. / About the dark times.” People often seem to share this verse—published in 1939, while Brecht, a vehement anti-Nazi, was exiled from his native Germany—as a token of hope, a testament to the human spirit’s…

PayPal Stock Surge Triggers $31.3 Million Payout to CEO Dan Schulman

PayPal was one of the beneficiaries of the acceleration of e-commerce and digital payments last year. Photo: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek/Getty Images…

In Minneapolis and Georgia, the Fight for Racial Justice Continues

Photograph by Chris Tuite / ShutterstockThis week, testimony began in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd, in May of 2020. Floyd’s death set off a wave of protests across the country and something like a new reckoning with systemic racism in America. But, while the Chauvin trial gets under way, sweeping new voting policies have been signed into law in Georgia, which critics say are designed to make it hard for people of color to cast their votes. Jelani Cobb joins…

A Toddler’s Lockdown Perspective, in “Antara: Songs of Afternoon”

It’s spring, 2020. A three-year-old is kicking a ball around the terrace of an apartment building

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