Democracy Dies in Darkness
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The recommendations signal the Biden administration has decided the lower covid fatality rate in a heavily vaccinated nation allows less demanding guidelines.
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This summer, parents of die-hard Nationals fans found themselves explaining the tough business of baseball and why Washington would trade Juan Soto.
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A more muscular, chauvinistic India is casting aside the “father of the nation” for other heroes.
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"If we didn’t get her out, she would die in there," one of the rescuers said.
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