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Fights broke out during a “Jews for Trump” rally in New York City on Sunday between supporters of the president and protesters. Seven people were arrested. https://t.co/8KJtK4boRM
Working from home does not always mean working at home.
Older male chimps follow a pattern that researchers also see in humans, preferring to have positive relationships with a few good friends.
Tony Todd, the horror star, is scared. But not of the frights that keep his fans up at night.
He’s afraid for the fate of live performance: “Opera, dance, ballet, museums, everything. I worry about a world without culture at some point.”
London’s Old Vic has sold 30,000 tickets to three live-streamed, small-cast dramas, performed by socially distanced big-name actors before the cavernous empty house. It is an example of how live performance in the pandemic-era can succeed.
Remember: Let your pet rule the photo session. They're the star. https://t.co/CoQnaWGSQf
Looking for a spooky book? To celebrate the Halloween season, we picked a scary novel set in each state in the U.S. That’s 50 scary books for 50 states. https://t.co/HlVkp0bnSY
These knee-high wool dogs weren’t combed like modern pooches but sheared like sheep.
The coronavirus pandemic is having a tremendous and significant impact on death in the U.S., and it may extend well beyond those deaths that are directly classified as Covid deaths, according to the CDC.
What a fishing voyage — and other “real-life” experiments — can tell us about Covid-19 in the absence of randomized controlled trials.
Bess Abell was code-named “Iron Butterfly.” And she always lived up to her code name. https://t.co/8XLphfP4c6
The Honker Divide Canoe Route, a four-day, 30-mile trail through the world’s largest intact temperate rainforest, draws intrepid travelers. But the lifting of logging restrictions may indelibly alter its character.
If Aaron Posner’s play of ideas, “JQA” — about the life of John Quincy Adams — finds an echo now, that is very much the point, Elisabeth Vincentelli writes.
Archbishop Wilton Gregory led the U.S. Roman Catholic Church’s response to its sexual abuse crisis and has pushed for better race relations in the church. Here is what we know about the first African-American cardinal. https://t.co/v4LpSi3Gwq
A one-pan meal is always a good addition to your week.
Our media columnist @benyt gives a look inside the White House’s secret, last-ditch effort to change the narrative, and the election. https://t.co/yILcn8Jxil
“60 Minutes” interviews with President Trump and Joe Biden air tonight at 7:30 p.m. Eastern.
Earlier this week, President Trump made headlines after he cut off his interview with the “60 minutes” correspondent Lesley Stahl and taunted her on Twitter.
See how eight church buildings in cities across the U.S. have been repurposed to serve their communities as creative spaces and communal gathering spots.
Charlie Warzel shares advice from scholars and researchers about how to talk to friends or relatives who might be on the precipice of or headed down the conspiratorial rabbit hole.
If people in the U.S. wear masks to curb the spread of the coronavirus, they could save the lives of nearly 130,000 people by next spring, a new analysis finds. https://t.co/YyiL0L30WV
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