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Articles in topic weeks

Analysis: Trump's effort to dismantle Obamacare during the pandemic might be his riskiest move yet

President Donald Trump has made many questionable decisions in recent weeks as he looks ahead to his increasingly difficult reelection campaign. But his administration's decision to forge ahead with its effort to invalidate the Affordable Care Act through the courts may go down as the decision that carried the most risk for Republicans up and down the ballot in 2020.

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Opinion: Covid-19 canceled my wedding plans, and I've made peace with it

I spent the first weekend of March partaking in a friend's beautiful San Diego wedding, tearing up at her vows, as the breeze rustled my dusty mauve dress. It was my first time serving in the exhilarating role of bridesmaid and, if things had gone according to plan, it would have been just weeks before my own big day.

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Opinion: Removing the Teddy Roosevelt statue is just the beginning

New Yorkers who walked past the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) on Central Park West in recent weeks will have seen officers from the New York Police Department Counterterrorism Unit standing guard in front of the iconic equestrian statue of Theodore Roosevelt, his horse flanked by two muscular, semi-naked men, one African, one American Indian.

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The American jobs crisis is far from over

First-time claims for unemployment benefits have fallen in every report for the past 12 weeks. Still, the American jobs crisis is far from over: Another 1.5 million Americans filed initial jobless claims last week.

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A generation hit by three soul-crushing crises

Airreona Godfrey, a Detroit native, could not have been more excited for the final weeks of high school. Though she was juggling an internship and a part-time job, she was ready to celebrate prom and graduation with her closest friends and family.

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Opinion: What if Trump rejects election result?

It's hard for Americans to imagine that a president who lost a bid for re-election would refuse to leave office. But in recent weeks some analysts have done more than imagine it: they've begun to explore what can be done if Donald Trump does just that. What, they ask, if he claims that widespread election fraud marred the voting or rejects the result of a close race.

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Opinion: People in their 20s and 30s are spreading the virus

In the past year, I watched as Australia was ravaged by bush fires. Between episodes of raging walls of fire, there would be weeks of calm, where the fires smoldered through sparse bushland, only to erupt into towering infernos again when the flames reached tinder-dry, old-growth forests.

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