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Activists gear up for battle as Senate Republicans prepare to block voting rights bill wapo.st/35KwmqK
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These 85 guitars seized by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents, including one purportedly autographed by Guns and Roses guitarist Slash, would have been worth nearly $260,000 — if only they were real wapo.st/3d1YWYN
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Federal judge tosses most claims against Trump, Barr and U.S. officials in clearing of Lafayette Square washingtonpost.com/local/legal-is…
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The Biden administration plans to endorse legislation that would end the disparity in sentences between crack and powder cocaine offenses that President Biden helped create decades ago wapo.st/3qky77x
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Researchers tried to save Tasmanian devils from a cancer years ago. That plan backfired with an entire population of penguins being wiped out from an Australian island nearly a decade later. wapo.st/3d0uMoI
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From @thelilynews: Navajo Nation celebrates its first official Pride parade after a devastating year wapo.st/2SITQKd
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Opinion: Things are about to get much harder for Biden and Democrats wapo.st/2SefpBU
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Battered by the pandemic, as was the mostly Black community it serves, Adventist HealthCare Fort Washington Medical Center is facing its next battle: adding beds and drawing new doctors to help bridge longstanding health disparities wapo.st/3d0hpVE
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Perspective: Student challenges Florida Gov. DeSantis over critical race theory ban wapo.st/3qfF4Xo
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Carl Nassib becomes first active NFL player to come out as gay washingtonpost.com/sports/2021/06…
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They disappeared after encounters with Nigeria’s security forces. Where are their bodies? wapo.st/2Ur6ePp
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Carolyn Hax: Lockdown put an end to decision fatigue. How to get that simplicity back? wapo.st/3cXQcmo
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Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) is defending his family’s ties to an exclusive beach club in Rhode Island, amid questions about whether the club’s membership is all-White wapo.st/3gHyeqK
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Analysis | Hydroxycholoroquine: The coronavirus treatment Trump allies can’t quit wapo.st/3wRY80I
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For two days, D.C. and Maryland reported no covid deaths wapo.st/2TW5268
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Family with two dads debuts on “Sesame Street” during Pride Week wapo.st/3cZNMDW
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Detractors say it confuses voters. Supporters say it better represents the will of the people. Ranked-choice voting is more complicated — and possibly more confusing — than plurality voting, so why bother? @Harry_Stevens breaks it down. twitter.com/i/events/14070…
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Analysis | Manchin’s proposal has moved the needle in one significant way: signaling a softening by key Democrats on voter ID. wapo.st/3gJKB5t
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Hyperpigmentation is a common skin problem. Here’s what you can do about it. wapo.st/3gI8Dhi
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Opinion: “In the Heights” is just more of the same whitewashed Hollywood wapo.st/3vJzCxd
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Opinion: Liz Cheney points to the plague of civic illiteracy. So what’s the cure? wapo.st/3gW32TE
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Analysis: The pandemic didn’t just cripple the economy. It transformed it. wapo.st/3vFi6dD
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NEW from me: New Yorkers are about to do ranked-choice voting. What is that? And why do its supporters say it better represents the will of the people? This story features interactive voting simulations that should help you grok how it all works. washingtonpost.com/politics/inter… 1/9
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From the Magazine: Eleven photographers and one writer on how the pandemic altered lives in the LGBTQ+ community. wapo.st/35Ibf8K
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Opinion: “I don’t think it’s possible to be a conservative without believing that racism is, in part, structural. Most on the American right have dug into a very different position.” wapo.st/3cYH0hL
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Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi, Tina Charles among basketball veterans chosen for U.S. Olympic team wapo.st/3gJU0dt
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A 25-year-old Black man who was shot and killed by a Virginia Beach police officer in March was fired upon without warning and posed no threat at the time of the shooting, the man’s father contends in a federal lawsuit filed Monday. wapo.st/3zK7fCf
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Opinion: If the Justice Department won’t investigate itself, Congress should wapo.st/3vR4c8o
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Thirteen fatalities have been attributed to Claudette in Alabama, ten of which occurred from a multivehicle crash Saturday south of Montgomery. wapo.st/3iYbVyt
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We started the week off by reevaluating our relationships with our pervasive digital devices and their incessant push notifications. By fine-tuning a few phone settings we were able to save 3.5 hours in a week. wapo.st/ABW
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Today we are launching A Better Week, our 7-day newsletter designed to help you make time for the things you care about. If you already signed up, Day 1 is in your inbox. If not, you can sign up any time and you’ll receive Day 1 the following Monday wapo.st/ABW
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Analysis: Why the NBA draft lottery could be a big night for Oklahoma City, Orlando and Golden State wapo.st/2UeSU0i
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After shaping protest rules in the U.S., Gwen Berry has a new sponsor and an eye on Tokyo wapo.st/3gRHLdr
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From the Magazine: Tech destroyed trading cards. Then tech (and the pandemic) brought the hobby back. wapo.st/3vPqYgx
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Americans are ditching their jobs by the millions, and retail is leading the way with the largest increase in resignations of any sector. twitter.com/i/events/14069…
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Labor professors and economists say the pandemic made it harder for the nation’s 15 million retail workers to find reliable child care and public transportation. But now, analysts say, workers have begun to realize they have options. wapo.st/3gUlVWX
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Analysis: After seven months of debunking, the false belief that Biden won because of fraud hasn’t budged wapo.st/35DDLs5
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Opinion: The Democrats’ big voting reform bill is in real trouble. Here’s what’s next. wapo.st/2UmG5RQ
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Hong Kong’s pro-democracy Apple Daily could shut under government pressure within days wapo.st/3iY8UOF
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More than 100 homes were damaged in what may be the first significant tornado to strike metro Chicago since 2015. wapo.st/3d0rS3n
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Limetree Bay Refining, which showered oil on St. Croix, announces it will remain shut indefinitely washingtonpost.com/climate-enviro…
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Analysis: Why the Arizona election review is not simply an exercise in "transparency" wapo.st/3gGP2Oq
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Medicaid enrollment swells during coronavirus pandemic, reaching a new high with nearly 74 million people covered washingtonpost.com/health/medicai…
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The nation’s youngest adults remain the least likely to be vaccinated against the coronavirus — and their weekly rates of vaccination are declining, according to federal research released Monday. wapo.st/3vIVclt
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Dow stages 500-point comeback after worst week since October wapo.st/35DqzU5
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Georgetown was once a slave port. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.) wants a memorial for Africans who arrived there in chains. wapo.st/3qfkYwx
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How ranked-choice voting could change the way democracy works wapo.st/3j3Xklj
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Trump mused about sending infected Americans to Guantanamo, seeking to keep COVID numbers down, @yabutaleb7 @damianpaletta report in their gripping new book, “Nightmare Scenario.” washingtonpost.com/health/2021/06…
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Analysis: New Twisted Toys ads highlight how tech giants prey on children's data wapo.st/35KsHZW
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Europe is opening back up to Americans. Here’s how to see some of its most iconic sites. wapo.st/3zGS9NS
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