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  • Another reason masks are good for us: "Scientists float a provocative — and unproven — idea: that masks expose the wearer to just enough of the virus to spark a protective immune response."
  • The White House wants you to think that it's not a bad thing for young people to get COVID-19, and The Atlantic patiently explains why they are completely wrong.
  • In the buildup to the release of his new memoir, Michael Cohen described Trump as a racist cult leader to NBC, and said he regularly disparaged and insulted Black people.
  • The pandemic has changed how we shop for food.
  • Ego Nwodim has been promoted to a main cast member for the upcoming 46th season of SNL.
  • A robot wrote this article to try to convince people not to be scared of it, but my main takeaway is that it isn't a very good writer.
  • Are the suburbs too loud for you?
  • Ellen DeGeneres said she plans to address the allegations of workplace abuse against her and her producers when her daytime talk show returns for its 18th season this month.
  • Would you eat mac and cheese everyday for breakfast? It doesn't sound so bad to me.
  • And finally, a sweet dog named Fiona meets a gopher: