Inside the Republican Plot for Permanent Minority Rule

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    Room-Temperature Superconductivity Achieved for the First Time

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    LeBron James continues to expand our concept of excellence

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    How Will Covid Impact This Year’s Ski Season? More Face Masks and Less Après Ski

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    Why is America running out of water?

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    What It’s Like to Lose Your Parents to QAnon

    “You get used to not having your dad there to talk to.”