Sanders drops out of race, clearing way for Biden

The exit by Sen. Bernie Sanders marked the close of a roller-coaster primary race. The move came after decisive losses to Joe Biden and the novel coronavirus pandemic that halted all traditional forms of campaigning.

Pandemic shows Trump’s resistance to criticism and desire for praise

Examples range from President Trump’s suggestions of keeping aid from states to his refusal to take responsibility for the federal response's shortcomings.

Lawmakers wrestle with Trump’s flouting of independent oversight

The president’s defiance raises questions about whether any safeguards will be effective.
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As covid-19 cases mount, flight attendants grow increasingly fearful of flying

The deaths of an American Airlines flight attendant last month and one at JetBlue, announced Monday, are reminders of the risks they face.

Coronavirus has killed hundreds of Americans under age 50, Post analysis of state data finds

The deaths show that, while the novel coronavirus might be most threatening to the old and compromised, no one is immune.

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His arguments are not offered in good faith and we shouldn't pretend they are.
Stocks jumped as investors sifted through an array of coronavirus developments and got a sudden reminder that it is an election year.

John Prine’s lyrical one-liners could take your breath away

The songwriting legend, who died Tuesday of covid-19 complications, knew how to land a punchline.
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Travel photographers are taking epic nature photos using indoor optical illusions

Outdoor enthusiasts stuck at home because of the pandemic are getting creative with #OurGreatIndoors.

Flushing out the true cause of the global toilet paper shortage

Toilet paper — or rather, the lack of it — turns out to reveal a great deal about who we are and how we behave in a crisis.
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