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- Joe Biden revived his campaign by winning big on Super Tuesday, but Bernie Sanders took California, making this a two-man race.
- Vox tries to explain why Elizabeth Warren fell so short despite so many "professionals" loving her.
- Officials and advocates want to ensure that medical bills, especially for the poor or uninsured, are not an obstacle to seeking care for coronavirus.
- I can't believe we have to explicitly say this but...please don't bike on the subway tracks.
- Ronan Farrow cut ties with his book publisher after it announced it was putting out Woody Allen's memoir.
- Andrew Yang confirmed to BuzzFeed that he is "looking at" a run for mayor of NYC.
- Brokers and landlords are defying the protections in the state’s new rent laws, and have continued taking advantage of the uncertainty around the broker-fee ruling.
- A Harvey Weinstein juror spoke to Vulture about how they came to their verdict: "The hardest thing is differentiating between the believability and credibility of the witnesses, and letting the evidence prove beyond a reasonable doubt that it happened."
- The ultimate question: can men under 60 pull off wearing a beret?
- Two twins got cancer—one in the US and one in the UK. You'll never guess who had the bigger medical bill.
- Alex Trebek had a positive update on the one year anniversary of his cancer diagnosis.
- And finally, a little dog ingenuity goes a long way:
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