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As protests after George Floyd’s death continue, many are looking for ways to demand justice. From donations to petitions, here's how to take action.
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Mr. Dinkins, who served in the early 1990s, was seen as a compromise selection for voters weary of racial unrest, crime and fiscal turmoil. The racial harmony he sought remained elusive during his years in office.
Thousands of children recently joined fitness instructor Joe Wicks for a live-streamed PE session
Protests have expanded to include demands for a more honest accounting of American history. An Air Force sergeant linked to an anti-government movement was charged with murder.
A new report about an outbreak spawned by a Maine wedding reception lays out how one case led to so much suffering and death.
"It reminded us that we shouldn't get too comfortable, and no matter how much we think we are accepted into society, we really aren't," one student said.
Plus, Michelle Wolf on running in place, Elaine Welteroth on relationships at a distance and more in our live events this week.
In this week’s newsletter, Stein discusses the N.B.A.’s plans to try to return from the coronavirus pandemic, with the backdrop the continuing reaction to the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
From the Gravity weighted blanket to the Theragun massager to Headspace, these are the 17 best self-care products that relieve stress and anxiety.
China and 14 other countries sign huge regional trade deal.
Are dumbbells a good investment? We asked fitness experts and pros to weigh in on how to buy the best dumbbell for your goals (and space).
"I’m fucked up."
If you're feeling stressed or anxious, these calming self-care products can help, from an essential oil diffuser to the Headspace meditation app to journaling.
Two neighborhoods have become the latest hot spots as New York City tries to contain the possibility of a second wave.
Sports drinks are a great way to replenish electrolytes after a tough workout. Making your own version at home makes them even healthier.
There are serious warning signs that we are on the brink of a mental health crisis that warrants substantial intervention. However, it is not listed as one of the four crises that the Biden administration plans to tackle
If you shave it all off, don't forget to protect your head – or chin – from the sun, now we're heading into summer
“What is this place? So confusing.”
The parents of some of America's top men's and women's basketball players have formed a new organization.
According to the calendar, summer starts June 21 and ends Sept. 23.
ABC News projects former Vice President Joe Biden will win the presidency, defeating incumbent President Donald Trump.
With 5.3 million sufferers and 50,000 Americans killed by traumatic brain injury annually, we need adequate funds to address this deadly but often ignored affliction.
For all the horror of 2020, these are the lessons we must take with us into the New Year, writes Joanna Whitehead
For the past three weeks, the Trump campaign has been spending tens of millions of dollars on ads depicting a protest movement out of control, both to stoke fear among his base and rationalize his deployment decisions.
Republicans up and down the ballot tried to link Democrats to lawlessness, but lawmakers in both parties are keeping criminal justice reform on the table.
While some campaigners see the phrase 'defund the police' as a starting point for reform, others argue it should mean exactly what it says, writes Alex Woodward
No. 1 seed Novak Djokovic has no pressing need to prove anything on the tennis court. But he does come into the US Open in need of some image rehabilitation.
Hit hard by job losses and the pandemic’s effect on schooling and child care, American women face short-term difficulties and long-term repercussions.
Though President Trump’s decision to halt funding centered on the W.H.O.’s response to the coronavirus, the cut could affect programs like polio eradication and developing vaccines.
As a standoff over federal aid persists, state and local governments are making deep budget cuts. “Everything’s going to slow down,” one official said.
This is The TechCrunch Exchange, a newsletter that goes out on Saturdays, based on the column of the same name. You can sign up for the email here. I had a neat look into the world of mental health startup fundraising planned for this week, but after being slow-motion carpet-bombed by S-1s, that is…
America has long been suffering from chronic dysfunction and disorder, and 2020 has seen that reach a crescendo. But there are signs change is coming.
"A sweatshop in America"
Experts say efforts to reduce violence must focus on systemic reform for communities of color, not just more police officers on the streets.
After Bob Woodward’s “Wired” focused too much on the comic’s death, this documentary looks fondly at the star’s life. But his comic genius deserves more.
Nature is for everyone. And the social, emotional, and physical benefits of being outside are too valuable to keep from people of color.
Here are the latest coronavirus updates from around the world.
They scrub the internet of violent and disturbing content, and it haunts them forever.
I’m a Celebrity cast list: All the contestants in 2020 series
Apple's music is at once an explosion of feelings and an examination of the ways rage can be repressed, funneled, understood and unleashed.
With COVID-19’s spread unchecked, and with now more than 130,000 fatalities in the United States, President Donald Trump is focused on his political base.
With ‘Mank,’ America’s most famously exacting director tackles the movie he’s been waiting his entire career to make.
Researchers are looking at online behavior to gauge public mental health. The results aren’t pretty.
The 20-year-old singer and songwriter Bea Kristi’s song “Coffee” has reached millions. Now she’s releasing “Fake It Flowers,” an album that puts a new spin on ’90s alt-rock.
With barber shops and hair salons shuttered, men everywhere are doing DIY haircuts, with messy results.
Fundamentally owning a firearm increases the risk of injury or death.
Healthy living on the road
The 90-minute exchange, the only vice presidential debate of the 2020 cycle, became – as expected -- a battle over President Donald Trump
These are the key takeaways from former Vice President Joe Biden's town hall with ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos.
We polled more than 40 TV critics and journalists, inside and outside The Times, on the best TV show to binge while stuck at home.
The findings "highlight the importance of continued monitoring of children’s mental health throughout the pandemic."
When pandemic parenting is topped off by wildfires, hurricanes and other extreme events, some stress-relieving measures are particularly suited to getting through the challenges.
Tyson Fury keeps his demons at bay while readying for a rematch with fellow unbeaten boxer Deontay Wilder, who battled him to a draw in their first bout.
Collected advice from six Black developers.
COVID-19 vaccine trial participants and investigators in the Moderna, AstraZeneca and Janssen trials speak about distrust and disparities in minority communities.
Where is the president’s vaunted independence?
Some 21st century monster movies fared better than others.
Oliver Queen had more lives than a cat.
Prompted by the police killing of George Floyd, American culture has radically transformed in less than three weeks. Here are seven key shifts.
Laboratory technologists have been working nonstop to help the nation diagnose an ever-growing number of coronavirus cases.
Many beauty salons and barbershops are booked solid with appointments, showing how much grooming is a treasured ritual.
Female gymnasts often compete at younger ages than their Olympic peers and have a far more concentrated opportunity at the top. Into that intense world dropped the coronavirus pandemic.
Sally Shin, executive editor of the NBC News business and tech unit, describes a meticulous system that misses no detail.
Jared Rogers was looking forward to serving his country and pursuing a career in engineering. Then he suffered an injury at football practice.
From what the Queen thought of Margaret Thatcher to Diana and Charles’ tour of Australia
Attorney General Barr acknowledged that communities of color are often policed differently than white ones, calling the unfairness a “widespread phenomenon."
Public health officials are warning of "COVID fatigue" as the coronavirus pandemic stretches on for seven months and a new wave of cases is surging across the globe.
Spending more time on screens, staying up late and sleeping late may require some adjustments for the start of the school year.
As part of Global Entrepreneur Week, MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge hosts collegiate entrepreneurs battling for title of Best Student Start-up
Too many victims end up like Philadelphia's Walter Wallace Jr. My friend was one of the lucky ones.
Instagram has found a new place to display ads: at the end of your feed. The Facebook -owned app in 2018 introduced a feature that will alert users when they’ve scrolled through all the new content in their Instagram feed, with a notice reading “You’re All Caught Up” that ap…
A week ago, I rented a digital piano on a whim. It turns out it was the greatest decision I've made during my coronavirus quarantine. Here's why.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has contracted coronavirus after declining to issue a mask mandate in his state throughout the pandemic.
High school football is the latest COVID flashpoint. The same parents who have battled school decisions to hold class online are pushing for football.
Plan out the trip home and set ground rules for safe socializing. And remember that they’ve had a tough year, too, so give them the space to talk about it.
If you’re shopping for health insurance this fall for coverage starting Jan. 1, start early and set aside a full day to learn about your options.
A lawsuit brought by a student is part of an effort to get schools, editors and publishers to recognize that being gay is not a mental disorder.
Exclusive: Leonard says there is ‘opportunity to decentralise and recast the balance of power in the UK’
The first-time father, who has added at least 10 pounds to his 6-foot-5 frame, is "coaching up the young players," as coach Doug Pederson said.
News and analysis on the latest on the presidential race and the balance of power in Congress.
When his wife, Kamala Harris, is sworn in as vice president of the U.S., Emhoff will also be creating history. "I'm gonna support her," he said when once asked what he'd do if she were elected.
The most recent victim suffered minor injuries and climbed back onto the train platform on his own, police said.
Black teen girls speak out about the racial microaggressions they face.
M.J. Hegar and Royce West, both Democrats, are tangling over the Senate nomination to take on the state’s senior senator, John Cornyn.
There are vast, systemic problems at play, and our response must be commensurate.
Jeff Van Drew, a Republican congressman who defected from the Democrats, beat back a challenge from a former schoolteacher who is married to a Kennedy nephew.
Two new studies show the effect of the emergency $2 trillion package known as the Cares Act and what happened when the money ran out.
These leaders offer their thoughts as the year comes to a close.
"I got Pac back in the studio. New music coming," claimed Suge J. Knight. "This ain't a joke."
The Nailing It for Health Care Workers campaign, which began with the Little Saigon nail industry donating 120,000 masks, has evolved in Nailing it for America, as Vietnamese restaurants around the country join the effort to feed fellow Americans in need.
Ireland implemented a new nationwide lockdown earlier this week
Comparing the situation of black people in police custody in the U.K. versus the U.S.
If you liked the themes surrounding One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest, you'll want to check out some of these films that have similar elements.
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