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- "No one could provide details of the allegations": Here's your very long (but still confusing) New York magazine article about the implosion of Dianne Morales' mayoral campaign.
- A now-25-year-old camp counselor in New Jersey has been in a seven-year battle with the IRS to get the agency to recognize that she's not, in fact, dead.
- Cornel West is resigning from Harvard, accusing the college of "intellectual and spiritual bankruptcy."
- Spectators will not be allowed at the Tokyo Olympics, but there will be a bunch of robots in attendance.
- The job market is brimming with opportunities to work in sales, which nobody seems to want to do.
- Former New Kids on the Block singer Jonathan Knight has returned to showbiz as the star of the HGTV renovation show, Farmhouse Fixer.
- The CEO of Subway is having none of your "is it tuna?!" slander, defending the scrutinized fish product and confirming that the tuna sub is among his top two favorite Subway sandwiches.
- And finally, two buds trying to get out of traffic:
Early Addition: Nobody Wants To Work In Sales
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