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Opinion: What Josh Hawley gets right -- and so very wrong -- about being a man

American men are struggling. Compared to the past, more young men are skipping college and university, not working and still living at home. Teenage boys and middle-aged men (especially White men) are committing suicide at higher rates. Male mortality rates are rising. And all of this was before the pandemic tossed our society into a chaotic new era that's a long way from settling down.

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Do you have social jet lag? Here's what to do

Do you love to stay up late and then catch up on sleep on the weekend or a day off? If so, you could be committing a social faux pas -- when it comes to your sleep that is.

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Ocasio-Cortez 'inclined' to agree Justice Breyer should retire

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) says that she's 'inclined' to agree with colleague Rep. Mondaire Jones (D-NY) that 82-year-old Associate Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer should retire at the end of the court's term so President Biden can appoint a young liberal successor, but wanted to think about the question more before fully committing.

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Israel accused of apartheid by Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch has accused the Israeli government of committing crimes of apartheid and persecution against Palestinians in a new report Tuesday, eliciting an angry response from Israeli officials.

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How beards could affect Covid-19 risk

Growing a beard may seem as harmless as committing to elastic waistbands, as far as pandemic trends go. But for some, choosing to forego shaving could impact one crucial method for ending the pandemic.

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Criminal complaint filed against Saudi crown prince

Reporters Without Borders has filed a criminal complaint in Germany accusing Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and other Saudi officials of committing crimes against humanity in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi and the detention of 34 other journalists.

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'A vote of conscience': GOP senators signal that Trump's fate is in their hands

A wide range of Senate Republicans are noncommittal about whether they are considering convicting Donald Trump of committing high crimes and misdemeanors at his upcoming impeachment trial, a sign that the soon-to-be former President's political future rests squarely with his fellow Republicans who are weighing whether to hold him accountable for the deadly riot in the Capitol this month.

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Western powers get bolder on China

Chinese President Xi Jinping surprised the world with a speech at Davos in 2017, defending free trade and joint action on climate change as then US president-elect Donald Trump argued for precisely the opposite. It might have been an overambitious pitch by Xi to position China as the world's next leader, but it also seemed a genuine sign that Beijing was committing to the international rules-based order. 

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