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Nancy Lin, left, of Philadelphia decided to continue remote education for her children, Miranda Gao, 12, and Stanley Gao, 13. (Rachel Wisniewski for The Post)
Some are pleased with online learning and see no reason to risk the health of their family, but fear of the virus — and of anti-Asian harassment — has led many Asian and Asian American families to keep their children home, adding to academic challenges that communities of immigrant and refugee families face.
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Lisa Cornwell filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission accusing the Golf Channel, where she worked for seven years, of discrimination. (Eve Edelheit for The Post)
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The governor is endorsing  Del. Jerrauld C. "Jay" Jones (D-Norfolk) for attorney general over the two-term incumbent, saying the time has come for new, more diverse leadership in the office. If elected, Jones would be the first African American to win the office in the state.
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Only five of the 789 U.S. professional athletes who tested positive for the virus in 2020 developed serious heart disease, and none had significant issues after being cleared to return to play, according to an unprecedented, collaborative study between MLB, MLS, the NBA, the NFL, the NHL and the WNBA.
Brian Dozier, who has lost his shirt, celebrates Washington's NLCS win with Howie Kendrick and Aníbal Sánchez. (Toni L. Sandys/The Post)
Baseball can get lost in translation, so the recently retired Dozier wants more players to learn Spanish.
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