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23 minutes ago
Calling out of the blue: Why would you do this to someone you love? In the age of texting and DMs, a phone ring can sound like bad news. “My mom will call me at 4 o’clock in the afternoon, and my first assumption is, ‘Oh, my grandma died.’” says Eric, 35. https://t.co/HLMsE95f5H https://t.co/zLpZOXU0rl
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RT @faizsays: NEW: Documents show why Apple pulling its Twitter ads is devastating for Elon Musk: In the first quarter of 2022, Apple was Twitter's top advertiser, accounting for nearly $50M in revenue
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RT @ElaheIzadi: The outrage over "zero-covid" in China.

There are protests across China, the likes of which we haven't seen in a long time. We dig into it all on today's Post Reports, getting you up to speed to understand this moment and what's to come: https://t.co/dFxHBSNXPE
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Analysis: Elon Musk has twice relied on social-media polls to make decisions. Elections both police and encourage participation in a way that makes them legitimate. Twitter polls do neither, and aren’t. https://t.co/p8arDuFMfN
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The Supreme Court seemed likely to impose new restrictions on federal prosecutors battling public corruption, with the justices skeptical about the convictions of two men who profited during the administration of former New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo (D). https://t.co/tnQ0H85mGc
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Analysis: The dynamics aren't the same as the pivotal 2020 Georgia runoffs or other big Senate races held beyond Election Day. But the stakes are still significant. https://t.co/cBaYdyIUoq
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There was a 1740 percent increase in searches for “gaslighting” in 2022, according to Merriam-Webster. The term fills a space between the word “lying,” which is typically among individuals, and “fraud.” It works in both personal and political references. https://t.co/9mDT4s5lOc
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The World Cup’s 32 teams have completed their second group-stage games, and the scenarios for advancement are now clear.

Here’s how the teams are ranked in the groups, as explained by FIFA’s 2022 World Cup regulations: https://t.co/yUlEFk1mgD
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Whether you're shopping for him or her, mom or dad, your gamer, traveler, home cook or book lover, we've got all the gift ideas you'll need this holiday season. 

Here's our 2022 Holiday Gift Guide, curated by Post reporters and editors: https://t.co/fORP329Pld
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With less than two weeks from a railroad strike deadline, President Biden plans to call on Congress to take action to avert a shutdown of the country’s freight railroads, according to an official briefed on his plans. https://t.co/AWJmrIteI5
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Across the bay — Oyster, Va. — is now being threatened by a fast-rising ocean, as is much of the U.S. East Coast. 

The menace today is different: human-caused climate change. But for some in Oyster, the question of the past echoes today: stay or go? https://t.co/6U4VECKd97
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Historically, the ocean has risen about a foot in a human lifetime, said John Porter, a University of Virginia scientist who studies the barrier islands. 

But because of climate change, that will be considerably higher going forward. https://t.co/6U4VED1gb7
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Historical maps show Hog Island’s shoreline was already retreating over a century ago. Seas were rising slowly then, in part due to sinking land, the legacy of the last major ice age. https://t.co/6U4VECKd97 https://t.co/XAe38qPRVH
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A century ago, about 250 people lived on Hog Island, a seven-mile expanse off the Virginia coast. They raised livestock and gathered oysters. They lived in a town called Broadwater. 

But that was back when there was still soil beneath their feet. https://t.co/6U4VECKd97 https://t.co/iNqbnwNae3
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