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  • Multiple Trump supporters in Nebraska were taken to the hospital with hypothermia after supporters were left stranded for hours in freezing temperatures after a Trump rally.
  • In the weirdest feature of the day, the Times asks: can you tell the difference between Biden supporters' fridges and Trump supporters' fridges?
  • Could Don Jr. become the future for Trumpism? " It’s not that Trump is a political or rhetorical visionary any more than his father is. It’s the 'voice' part that means something, the way in which Trump Jr. convincingly inhabits his father’s singular and uncanny style."
  • Justin Turner was pulled from game six of the World Series in the eighth inning after a positive COVID-19 test...but then returned to the field for Dodgers' post-game celebration. As ESPN wrote, "In this oddest of years, this most peculiar of baseball seasons, there was perhaps no more telling snapshot of the United States, circa 2020, than a COVID-19-positive man sitting on the ground, maskless, next to a cancer survivor, maskless as well, with indelible grins spread across their face"
  • Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is on the cover of the newest Vanity Fair, and she talks about threats against her life, post-election challenges, and her critics: “It’s not an accident that, every cycle, the boogeyman of the Democrats is a woman,” she said. “A couple of cycles ago, it was Pelosi. Then it was Hillary, and now it’s me.”
  • Jeanise Jones talks about the experience of babysitting Borat's daughter in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: "You can’t print what first went through my mind. I was like, 'What … in the world…. is this?' It threw me off. It really took me a minute to comprehend what was going on."
  • The Times talked to some new poll workers, many of whom are tired of being inside their apartments.
  • A wild brawl broke out aboard a Spirit Airlines flight from New Jersey to Puerto Rico after a woman who reportedly refused to wear a mask was tased by cops.
  • Use this open-source map to time travel to your hometown 200 years ago.
  • Khruangbin are releasing their own Late Night Tales compilation series—listen to their cover of Kool & The Gang’s classic 1974 song “Summer Madness."
  • And finally, you gotta keep in touch with your neighbors however you can: