Real-life Bennifers find happy endings after years apart
With Private Space Flight On the Rise, Who Gets to Be Called 'Astronaut?'
With private space flight on the rise, paying customers can blast off for orbit. But does a spacecraft ticket make one an astronaut?
Column: The government lawsuit against Kaiser points to an immense fraud problem in Medicare
A government case alleging fraud by Kaiser suggests the profit motive may be encouraging health plans to cheat
The LA Times
The Voters Who Could Turn California Red
The state GOP’s comeback runs through Latino communities.
Delta Seen to Push Herd Immunity Threshold Above 80%
The spread of the delta coronavirus variant has pushed the threshold for herd immunity to well over 80% and potentially approaching 90%, according to an Infectious Diseases Society of America briefing on Tuesday.
Facebook users struggling to reactivate hacked accounts are buying $300 Oculus VR headsets just so they can talk to a customer service rep
Obama scales 60th birthday from 500 guests to family and close friends
Virus-wracked Indonesia hits 100,000 deaths
Melinda Henneberger: The virus changes to stay alive, which might make it smarter than we are
Kansas City Star
Want To Conquer a Major Goal? Think Big, Act Small
After Damning Sexual Harassment Report, Will Cuomo Resign?
The New York Times
Youth organizations call on Biden to ensure 'bold' climate investments
Why did Lauren Boebert lead a late-night Capitol tour three weeks before Jan. 6?
Barack Obama scales back 60th birthday party over Covid concerns
More than half of Army women have been 'insulted' over their gender
Vanguard will pay vaccinated workers $1,000
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Three dead in train crash near Czech-German border
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