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- The New Yorker has a heartbreaking and infuriating look at how remote learning is failing the most vulnerable students.
- British public television has obtained "a huge Trump campaign data leak" which shows how the campaign listed "3.5 million Black Americans as ‘Deterrence’ - to try to stop them voting in 2016."
- NYU's student newspaper is in turmoil, with most of the staff resigning in protest against their university-appointed editorial adviser.
- New research suggests the presence of buried lakes under the south pole of Mars, increasing the likelihood that the planet "might harbor microscopic life."
- Video shows Fort Lauderdale police tackling former Trump campaign chief Brad Parscale after his wife called 911 to report that he hit her and was heavily armed.
- Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin are meeting tonight to make one last attempt to make a Coronavirus relief deal.
- What's to become of the office lunch?
- A NY Post reporter who tried to document social distancing scofflaws in Borough Park's ultra-Orthodox community says he was chased to his car by several men without masks, "with one spitting on his driver’s window."
- California governor Gavin Newsom's winery is among those currently threatened by a growing Napa wildfire.
- And finally, here's some damn fine wallowing:
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