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It’s not a coincidence that a president who wants to do whatever he wants has teamed up with an attorney general dedicated to endowing Oval Office occupants with expansive power.
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Bansari Indian Cuisine dares to be different

Journeyman chef Deepak Sarin brings Indian regional cooking — and a lot of eggs — to Vienna

Pfizer CEO on the pressures of creating a covid-19 vaccine: ‘What is at stake is beyond imagination’

Albert Bourla discusses the progress, hopes and the politics of a possible vaccine this fall.
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How SNL’s Chloe Fineman became the comedian we need right now

Her impersonations of Tiffany Trump, Carole Baskin and others have brought humor during the pandemic.

These irreverent greeting cards are written by people who’ve experienced homelessness

But Second Story Cards is feeling the pandemic’s economic squeeze.
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  • Perspective

Gene Weingarten: I have purchased the worst product ever made

At least New Coke and the Ford Edsel sort of did what they were intended to do. This product does not.
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  • Perspective
His request was a little ... odd, but you know.
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