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Listen to 'The Daily' -- This is what the 2020 campaign sounds like.

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'Climate Fwd:' -- What if we all ate a bit less meat?

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Watch 'The Weekly' -- A confidential document could have slowed the opioid epidemic.

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How the Head of the N.R.A. Survived a Revolt, and Is Getting Even - Newly disclosed documents revealed a sweeping effort by top officials and lawyers to oust Wayne LaPierre, chief executive of the National Rifle Association. Not only has he remained, but he continues to influence the president.

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Joe Biden's Poll Numbers Mask an Enthusiasm Problem -- There are signs of a disconnect between support for Mr. Biden in polls and excitement for his campaign on the ground in Iowa.

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Stephanie Grisham's Turbulent Ascent to a Top White House Role - The new press secretary and communications director is the latest example of the president's tendency to prize loyalty over experience.

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A federal court ruled that Electoral College members could choose whomever regardless of the popular vote.

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Massacred at Home, in Misery Abroad, 730,000 Rohingya Are Mired in Hopelessness -- Fear of more ethnic cleansing has kept hundreds of thousands of Rohingya from returning. But both Bangladesh and Myanmar have kept up the claim that all is clear.

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With Amazon Ablaze, Brazil Faces Global Backlash -- The fires have paved the way for runaway deforestation of the world's largest rain forest.

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A Hong Kong 'Troublemaker' With a Clean Conscience -- Jimmy Lai, alone among the territory's elite, supports the protests and refuses to pay obeisance to Beijing, which calls him a "black hand."

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President Trump shifted his stance on the protests in an effort to gain leverage in trade talks.

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Did Venus Williams Ever Get Her Due? This is how the first Williams sister changed the course of women's tennis.

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One of tennis's top rivalries will be revived at the U.S. Open: Serena Williams drew Maria Sharapova in the first round.

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Paul Krugman - From Voodoo Economics to Evil-Eye Economics - Are Democrats hexing the Trump boom with bad thoughts?

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Matthew Ball - Streaming Video Will Soon Look Like the Bad Old Days of TV - As media monoliths bundle their offerings, consumers will once again have to pay for a bunch of shows they don't want.

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Mitch McConnell -- The Filibuster Plays a Crucial Role in Our Constitutional Order

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White Supremacists Stole My Rabbi Husband's Identity

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Sarah Vowell -- Democrats Are Getting Very Serious About the Native American Vote

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The Editorial Board -- Japan, South Korea and a Rupture on the Pacific Rim

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Rebecca Schrag Hershberg and Daniel T. Willingham -- Stop Posting Your Child's Tantrum on Instagram

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The Editorial Board -- Trump, Greenland, Denmark. Is This Real Life?

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Matthew H. Birkhold -- A Brief History of the Indignities Heaped Upon Greenland

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Kara Swisher -- WeWork: Is There Any There There?

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Bret Stephens -- Mike Pompeo: Secretary of Hypocrisy

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A New Literary Timeline of African-American History - We asked black writers to bring overlooked moments of history to life. Here are poems and stories from Jesmyn Ward, Barry Jenkins and more.

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Studying Sea Snakes by the Seafloor -- Scientists are working to save sea snakes, which are the most diverse, though poorly understood, group of marine reptiles in the world.

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Nell Zink Delivers Her Most Ambitious Novel Yet -- "Doxology" follows two generations of a family and offers a portrait of downtown New York's music scene in the late '80s, and a subversive history of politics.

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