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- The Trump administration has handed over information that will hopefully help reunite families separated by the administration's cruel family separation practice after withholding that information for over a year.
- Instead of reading about Trump's latest rant about election fraud, which was filled with misinformation and lies, just watch Leslie Jones' reaction to it.
- The Guardian has some tips on how to deal with someone who is a conspiracy theorist.
- Get a sneak peek of the new SNL character, Woman Trump's Team Wishes They Hadn't Asked Testify About Alleged Voter Fraud.
- Laboratory technologists have been working nonstop on coronavirus tests, and it's taking its toll on them.
- An NYU professor is suing fellow faculty members for libel after they complained to administrators about his encouraging students to question whether masks actually prevent COVID-19 from spreading.
- Trump’s Lawyer Jenna Ellis bills herself as a “constitutional law attorney.” But the Times writes that her experience doesn’t "align with the sort of lawyer she plays on TV."
- The cast and crew of Hadestown look back at the year that shut down Broadway.
- Millennials feel like they are the burnout generation: "People in poverty have been dealing with burnout forever. The burnout experienced by millennials is textured by how we interact with digital technologies, and some of our ideas about work and the fetishization of overwork."
- Are people taking advantage of the city's Open Storefronts initiative, or is it not taking off?
- And finally, here is some prime squirrel content:
Early Addition: Woman Testifying About Alleged Voter Fraud Is SNL Character Come To Life
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