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Analysis: Ron DeSantis just gave his first 2024 speech

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is widely being discussed as a potential 2024 candidate for Republicans -- and he's doing little to knock down that chatter. And, his state of the state speech on Tuesday gave us all a preview of how DeSantis would run if he runs.

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The biggest tech fails of 2021

For many, 2021 was a mix of hopeful and challenging, as covid vaccines became more widely available but the pandemic dragged on for another year. And while technology continued to keep us entertained and connected during the pandemic, it also made our lives harder.

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I'm vaccinated, boosted and traveling

This is the second year that Covid-19 has upended holiday travel, after nearly two long years of plans undone, loved ones unseen and life milestones unmarked. Now that vaccines are widely available in the United States, it's especially frustrating that we are still held hostage to a pandemic fueled by the people who refuse to get vaccinated and by the policy choices of wealthy nations not to treat this pandemic like a global pandemic and vaccinate the world.

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What Elon Musk as 'Person of the Year' says about us

After a year in which vaccines developed by brilliant scientists became widely available in the United States and health care professionals worked heroically to treat millions of people sickened by Covid-19, Time magazine has selected tech billionaire Elon Musk as its Person of the Year. The choice says so much about our priorities as a culture and the way we fixate on the wealthy -- even when their actions are selfish and irresponsible.

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'Passing' brilliantly maps America's 'color line'

During the 1970s, when I was in my 20s (and a committed, adventurous moviegoer), films as stylistically daring and thematically challenging as "Passing" -- Rebecca Hall's widely acclaimed directorial debut, adapted from Nella Larsen's novel about race and identity in 1920s Harlem -- were more the rule than the exception.

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Analysis: Senate Republicans just got some very bad news

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu, widely considered to be Senate Republicans' top recruit in the country, took a pass on the race Tuesday morning, a clear blow for a GOP that was hoping to build momentum off of their strong showing in the 2021 elections.

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