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Russia’s Arctic winter is now missing its biggest fans: Chinese tourists

The land of the Northern Lights, and the rest of Russia, is off-limits to Chinese visitors under the Kremlin’s super-strict coronavirus precautions.
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Sanders refuses to get bogged down — or pinned down — on specifics during debate

The front-runner shows a Trumpian penchant for counterpunching and a career politician’s knack for deflection.
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South Carolina congressman James Clyburn proposed a race-neutral anti-poverty program a decade ago. Presidential candidates recast it as compensation for slavery.
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