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Biden Forges Brand of Liberal Populism to Use Against Trump

Biden Forges Brand of Liberal Populism to Use Against Trump

NEWS | By Bill Barrow and Will Weissert | Jul 11
Joe Biden pledged to define his presidency by a sweeping economic agenda beyond anything Americans have seen since the Great Depression and the industrial mobilization for World War II.

London Animation Studio Adapts to Finish Disney Film

London Animation Studio Adapts to Finish Disney Film

ENTERTAINMENT | By Louise Dixon | Jul 11
Some 270 crew members have been working from home on "Ron's Gone Wrong" in a re-imagined production process that Locksmith co-founder Sarah Smith calls a logistical "nightmare."

Not Real News: A Look at What Didn't Happen This Week

Not Real News: A Look at What Didn't Happen This Week

NEWS | By Ali Swenson, Beatrice Dupuy, Arijeta Lajka, and Amanda Seitz | Jul 11
None of these are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked them out. Here are the facts.

Seth Rudetsky Broadway Concert Series Livestreams on Sunday with Audra McDonald

Seth Rudetsky Broadway Concert Series Livestreams on Sunday with Audra McDonald

ENTERTAINMENT | Jul 11
Seth Rudetsky's internationally acclaimed Broadway concert series that first began in Provincetown at The Art House in 2011 is now a weekly virtual series entitled The Seth Concert Series, premiering on Sunday with Audra McDonald.

35 Years After Live Aid, Bob Geldof Assesses Personal Toll

35 Years After Live Aid, Bob Geldof Assesses Personal Toll

ENTERTAINMENT | By John Carucci | Jul 11
The legendary Live Aid concerts 35 years ago did a lot of good — helping reduce African famine and putting a spotlight on the world's poorest nations. But it wasn't always good for one of its key organizers.

Conservation Groups Upset by North Cascades Grizzly Decision

Conservation Groups Upset by North Cascades Grizzly Decision

NEWS | By Nicholas K. Geranos | Jul 11
Conservation groups have worked for decades to grow the tiny population of about 10 grizzlies in the vast North Cascades.

Trump Lags Biden on People of Color in Top Campaign Ranks

Trump Lags Biden on People of Color in Top Campaign Ranks

NEWS | By Darlene Superville | Jul 11
Amid a summer of racial unrest and calls for more diversity in leadership, President Donald Trump lags Democratic rival Joe Biden in the percentage of people of color on their campaign staffs.

Coronavirus Deaths Take A Long-Expected Turn for the Worse

Coronavirus Deaths Take A Long-Expected Turn for the Worse

TECHNOLOGY | By Mike Stobbe and Nicky Forster | Jul 11
A long-expected upturn in U.S. coronavirus deaths has begun, driven by fatalities in states in the South and West, according to data on the pandemic.

Poland Faces Momentous Choice in Tight Presidential Runoff

Poland Faces Momentous Choice in Tight Presidential Runoff

NEWS | By Monika Scislowska | Jul 11
Voters in Poland on Sunday will decide a tight runoff election between populist incumbent President Andrzej Duda and his liberal pro-European Union challenger, Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski.

Video Game Pals Admit to Plot to Firebomb Nebraska Pharmacy

Video Game Pals Admit to Plot to Firebomb Nebraska Pharmacy

NEWS | By Matthew Barakat | Jul 11
A pharmacist and a drug abuser who met while playing online video games pleaded guilty Friday to federal charges after they plotted to firebomb a Nebraska pharmacy to benefit their own drug dealing.


News

Gay Soccer Player Fears  Coming Out for Fear of  Homophobia by Teammates

Gay Soccer Player Fears Coming Out for Fear of Homophobia by Teammates

CULTURE | Jul 11
A gay player for England's Premier League admitted his fears of publicly coming out in an emotional letter, the British newspaper The Mirror reports.


Entertainment

Tailgating Tradition Takes on New Form As Opera Goes Virtual

Tailgating Tradition Takes on New Form As Opera Goes Virtual

CULTURE | By Susan Montoya Brian | Jul 11
Santa Fe's famed opera company is offering a series of virtual performances after being forced to cancel the season due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Technology

AP Fact Check: If He's Said It Once, He's Said It 100 Iimes

AP Fact Check: If He's Said It Once, He's Said It 100 Iimes

SCIENCE | By Calvin Woodward, Hope Yen, and Christopher Rugaber | Jul 11
If saying things 100 times could make them true, President Donald Trump's account of how the U.S. is doing with the coronavirus would be true.


Finance

How A COVID-19 Vaccine Could Cost Americans Dearly

How A COVID-19 Vaccine Could Cost Americans Dearly

HEALTH | By Elisabeth Rosenthal | Jul 10
A COVID-19 vaccine will have an actual price tag. And given the prevailing business-centric model of American drug pricing, it could well be budget breaking, perhaps making it unavailable to many.


Cars

Edmunds: Now Is Time to Shop for Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle

Edmunds: Now Is Time to Shop for Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle

AUTO NEWS | By Ronald Montoya | Jul 11
Used cars have historically been a smart alternative during an economic downturn. They don't depreciate as much as new cars and are less likely to overburden a buyer with a large loan.


Style

Watch: 9 Menswear Shows From Paris Fashion Week

Watch: 9 Menswear Shows From Paris Fashion Week

FASHION | By Matthew Wexler | Jul 10
Nobody could have dreamt months ago that the entire fashion industry would need to completely pivot to share their collections with the world. But that's precisely what they did.


Health/Fitness

Want a COVID Test? Result Times Lag Due to Virus Surge

Want a COVID Test? Result Times Lag Due to Virus Surge

HEALTH | By Phil Galewitz | Jul 11
Elliot Truslow went to a CVS drugstore on June 15 in Tucson, Arizona, to get tested for the coronavirus. More than 22 days later, the University of Arizona graduate student was still waiting for results.


Travel

Provincetown Pivots Amid Pandemic: High Season's New Look

Provincetown Pivots Amid Pandemic: High Season's New Look

By Billy McEntee | Jul 10
This summer, it's the unique and necessary parade of masks down Commercial Street instead of drag queens that may steal the show. But Provincetown has weathered many a storm over its 293-year history.