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The nation's largest police force faces a financial reckoning

At a time of intense scrutiny of law enforcement since George Floyd's death, a movement to slash police department budgets nationwide is gaining momentum in the midst of police reform efforts and an uptick in violent crime in some major cities.

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Read this before you head to your long-term vacation rental

Sun's out — time to go out? Maybe, maybe not, depending on the reopening plan in your state and what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend. As families, couples and friend groups start to consider summer vacations, a road trip seems like a stellar idea. After all, you have more control when you travel via four wheels, since you can pack much more of your own (properly sanitized) goods, avoid airports entirely, and not be in close proximity to anyone you don't know.

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Opinion: As America reopens, I fear I'll be isolating for years

With New York, my home off and on for a half century, opening up on Monday, I've been reflecting on some hard, and very sad, facts of life for me and others in my position. For the past three months, since my return from France on March 13, I have remained carefully cloistered in our cabin in the woods in northeast Pennsylvania. In a long telehealth conversation with my pulmonologist of 30-plus years, I recently arrived at the disturbing conclusion that I may be unable to return to my New York City apartment, or visit my family in Paris, for years.

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The old-school campaign tactic that's boosting Biden

President Donald Trump's first rally since the pandemic began was a total dud. Despite predictions of an overflow crowd, there were many empty seats in the Tulsa, Oklahoma arena, and the Trump campaign is now rethinking plans for a series of rallies in other states. The low turnout is a stark reminder of the effects of Covid-19 on the presidential race.

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Home sales plunged again in May

Sales of existing homes dropped again in May, marking the third month in a row of declines since the coronavirus outbreak, according to the National Association of Realtors.

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Covid-19 or migraine? Here's how to tell and what to do about it

Does it seem that your migraines are more frequent or worse and more difficult to bear since the pandemic began? That's not just in your head. Doctors say they are now seeing many more complaints from migraine sufferers — often called "migrainers" — and for good reason.

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A moral agenda for a troubled America

In public demonstrations that have spread around the world, a multicolored coalition for racial justice has taken to the streets since the killing of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis on Memorial Day. Their slogan, "Black Lives Matter," is reverberating across America, and politicians have scrambled to draft legislation to satisfy their demands.

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Opinion: Trump gets roasted for Tulsa crowd size

Donald Trump loves packed campaign rallies, positive media coverage and not being the butt of jokes. Based on those metrics, Trump's campaign rally Saturday in Tulsa -- his first since the Covid-19 outbreak -- was a big fat failure on all counts.

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Opinion: Donald Trump's heartless week

Ever since the coronavirus began its deadly march through the US, Donald Trump has been accused of lacking the empathy presidents typically draw on to lead and soothe a nation in crisis.

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Solar eclipse 2020: See June's annular eclipse on Sunday

Lucky stargazers in the Eastern Hemisphere will see an annular solar eclipse on the heels of the summer solstice on Sunday. This type of eclipse is characterized by its stunning "ring of fire" since it's not a total eclipse and edges of the sun can still be seen around the moon.

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Trump's rally rescheduling may have only deepened the sense that he's out of touch

President Donald Trump returns to the campaign trail Saturday in Tulsa with his first rally since the coronavirus pandemic began, looking to reignite support for his struggling reelection bid while sweeping aside concerns from his own health experts and continuing to stoke tensions by threatening protesters outside his Oklahoma spectacle.

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The fashion industry says it stands against racism. Critics aren't buying it

Since May 26, headlines have been dominated by the killing of George Floyd and the international protests it has ignited. Thousands have taken to the streets around the world to denounce police brutality and anti-blackness, while online, thousands more have posted en masse in support of #BlackLivesMatter (BLM) and called for an end to systemic racism.

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