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Pandemic diaries: Why journaling now is the best time to start or restart

You are living in an extraordinary time. So much is happening in the world, in your country, in your life. Making sense of it, processing, coping and even harnessing it to your benefit is important work. And writing in a personal journal is one of the most enjoyable, creative, simple and productive ways to accomplish those things.

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Talks are stalling on stimulus negotiations

With eight days to go until another spending deadline, the prospects of Congress agreeing to, writing and voting on a massive stimulus proposal before Christmas are slim.

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Trump sees 'writing on the wall,' advisers say

Despite what President Donald Trump is tweeting and saying publicly in the wake of Arizona and Wisconsin certifying President-elect Joe Biden's victory Monday, Trump sees the scoreboard and understands he has no chance of hanging on to the presidency, two White House advisers told CNN.

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Opinion: The only way Republicans can lead again

President Donald Trump is conducting an all-out assault on our democracy. There is no other way to look at this. The President lost the election and his legal team has failed to produce evidence of voter fraud. So now President Trump is attempting to convince state legislatures to overthrow the results. Voters made their decision, and yet he wants to force a different outcome. His attorney, Rudy Giuliani, is spewing the kinds of conspiracy theories that even conspiracy theorists shy away from. This is dangerous stuff. When some writers, such as Barton Gellman, writing in the Atlantic, predicted this would happen, too many people shrugged off the warning.

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Opinion: What's next for the Trump show?

Here's a surprise (not). President Donald Trump has formed a political action committee that will be able to solicit and accept donations from an unlimited number of people and lavish it on preferred political allies -- not to mention fund his own political activity by underwriting travel, salaries, polling and other expenses.

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The chef who can't smell or taste

Anosmia sufferer Joke Boon can't smell or taste her food. But she's built a career writing cookery books which, thanks to one of the affects of Covid-19, may now appeal to a much wider audience.

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Barrett hearings shine a light on differences between two parties

No real news came out of the three days of Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court confirmation hearings. As expected, Democrats focused on Obamacare and abortion, with a little bit on guns and voting rights. Also as expected, the nominee declined to discuss any pending or potential cases, or any legal issue on which she hadn't already opined in scholarly or judicial writings.

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Amazon Prime Day starts tomorrow — here's what you need to know

Amazon Prime Day 2020 was delayed for months this year, but finally, the retailer's biggest sale event is nearly here. The mega-retailer recently announced that the huge sale event will take place starting on Tuesday, October 13 and running through Wednesday, October 14. Of course, it's never too early to start preparing — and writing up your wish list for the big sale.

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SCOTUS threat to same-sex marriage is very real

The nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has generated discussion about the future of Roe v. Wade, the case in which the Supreme Court legalized abortion across the country. Such conversations are not surprising given the role that Justice Ginsburg played in advancing women's rights and Judge Barrett's writings as a judge and a law professor.

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