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Op-Ed: My life as a meme: How 'Directed by Robert B. Weide' signals satire
The signature ending of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" has inspired hundreds of memes that end with "Directed by Robert B. Weide," except he had nothing to do with them.
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Flashback: Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)
Amy Heckerling’s '80s comedy sincerely captured how it felt to be on the cusp of adulthood.
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Letters to the Editor: Gavin Newsom's eviction delay policy is fair to renters and landlords
Landlords who must continue to maintain their properties cannot go without rental income indefinitely; Newsom's eviction delay policy recognizes that.
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Newt Gingrich: Coronavirus harming our economic health – but government programs can help businesses survive
As the federal government advises social distancing and governors across the country implement stay-at-home orders to mitigate the virus, Americans are not going out to spend money.
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Letters to the Editor: Technology can't replace teachers, and coronavirus closures prove it
Coronavirus closures are giving school districts an opportunity to evaluate their online learning efforts and how important teachers are to those programs.
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D.C.-area forecast: Warmer today and through much of the week, with occasional chances for scattered light showers
Highs reach the 60s and 70s through midweek despite plenty of clouds.
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Editorial: The absurdity of life without parole for juveniles
Judges aren't wizards who can see the future, so it's absurd to grant them legal power to brand any juveniles as incorrigible.
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How Divergent Author Veronica Roth Learns From Criticism
And how Kate Winslet helped.
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Coronavirus, Masks, Larry David: Your Weekend Briefing
Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.
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Letters to the Editor: It's ridiculous to consider apartment renovation an 'essential' business
Construction workers can transmit viruses too, and apartment dwellers who are home all day don't appreciate the noise. It's time for construction work to halt.
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Fewer Calls to Domestic Abuse Hotlines and Police Stoke Fear in Italy Over Lockdown Violence and Silenced Victims
Italy's Interior Minister Luciana Lamorgese announced a new app called "YouPol," which would allow victims to alert authorities without making a phone call.
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Pokémon Go Is Thriving Even Though Everyone’s at Home
Two longtime players debate whether the game’s adjustments represent good social distancing—or profiteering.
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Several Patients Test Positive For Coronavirus Aboard Hospital Ship Docked In New York After It Loosens Screening Regulations
The U.S.N.S. Comfort arrived in New York City to treat non-coronavirus patients in a bid to ease the strain on the city's hospital.
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Rural hospitals rely on city safety nets. Coronavirus might take that away
Rural hospitals face a precarious situation in dealing with the pandemic because of their reliance on cities.
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How UK artists are fighting back against coronavirus
CNN's Nick Glass looks at how the novel coronavirus pandemic has affected the arts in the UK, and how artists are exploring creative new ways to fight back.
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Queen will ask UK for 'self-discipline' in rare address
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II will make a rare broadcast address to the nation on Sunday evening to urge people to practice "self-discipline and resolve" in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Out-of-work Las Vegas showgirls take act online, showcase Sin City performers amid coronavirus pandemic
What happens in Vegas apparently happens online now, too.
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Quentin E. Hodgson: During coronavirus pandemic, can Congress members do their jobs by teleworking?
While millions of Americans bow to the threat of COVID-19 – the respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus – by staying home and teleworking, it’s worth asking if the nation’s lawmakers should do the same.
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Coronavirus quarantine: Mom entertains family by posing giant teddy bears around house
"It's just good to keep positive."
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In Her First Adult Novel in 14 Years, Julia Alvarez Travels Home
In “Afterlife,” even privilege can’t shield a Dominican-American widow from the immigrant’s plight.
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Coronavirus live updates: New Jersey city mandates all workers to use face covers
The death toll amid the novel coronavirus pandemic continues to skyrocket as more than 8,400 people in the United States have died from COVID-19.
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You can now buy a bobblehead of Dr. Fauci
The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum has made a bobblehead of Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert.
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Saturday's Powerball Results: Did Anyone Walk Away With the $180 Million Jackpot?
The winning numbers for yesterday's lottery were 08, 31, 39, 40 and 43. The Powerball was 04. No one matched all six balls, but one player matched the first five balls, winning $2 million.
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Stimulus check scams, sanitize food deliveries, spying bosses and more : Tech Q&Aspying bosses and more : Tech Q&A
Each week, I receive tons of questions from my listeners about tech concerns, new products, and all things digital.
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Missouri coronavirus stay-at-home order starts Monday, governor says
Missouri’s governor announced a statewide stay-at-home order Friday, leaving only a handful of states without one.
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Coronavirus is closing daycare. Child care providers worry they may never reopen
The U.S, child care "system" has long been at a breaking point. Coronavirus could mean providers stay closed forever -- a crisis for working parents.       
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Tom Dempsey, legendary NFL kicker, dead after coronavirus bout at age 73
Tom Dempsey, a retired NFL kicker long known for a 63-yard field goal he kicked in 1970, died Saturday night after a bout with coronavirus, according to reports. He was 73.
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Why it would be a surprise if the Giants drafted a tight end
Stop asking. Evan Engram is returning for a fourth season with the Giants, and no, the new coaching regime did not consider dumping him. There is no doubt Engram is a polarizing player to Giants fans. His skill-set is enthralling, but his inability to stay on the field is frustrating. We get it. But he...
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Inside story of Masters winners’ favorite green jacket moments
“Seven Days in Augusta: Behind the Scenes at the Masters” (Triumph) by Post golf writer Mark Cannizzaro, who has covered the past 25 Masters (check), is on bookshelves now. It dives into everything from the par-3 contest to the lengths some will go to get tickets to the tournament’s history. This is an excerpt, from...
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What do Christians celebrate on Palm Sunday?
On Palm Sunday, Christians traditionally celebrate the day Jesus triumphantly entered Jerusalem days before his crucifixion. In 2020, things will be different because of coronavirus.
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Asian woman hit with umbrella on Bronx bus for ‘causing’ the coronavirus pandemic
Police are still searching for a teenaged girl they say hit an Asian woman in the head with an umbrella on an MTA bus in The Bronx  — while yelling that the woman had “caused the coronavirus.” The hate crime attack took place on a Bx13 bus on March 28, a Saturday, at around 3...
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Mark Cuban says coronavirus changes 'everything' in US -- so leaders should 'step up'
The coronavirus relief plan that President Trump signed into law is "a good program," Mark Cuban says, but he would have done things differently.
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Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Released From Prison
Wang Quanzhang, who took up sensitive cases, had been sentenced in China to four and a half years for “subversion of state power.”
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NFL Draft 2020: Thaddeus Moss an intriguing TE possibility for Jets
Tight end is one of the Jets’ strongest positions entering the 2020 season, but I still could see them using a mid- or late-round pick to secure the position going forward. Chris Herndon was expected to have a big role in their offense last year, but a suspension then two injuries limited him to one...
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Two knifed to death in France in what police are investigating as terror attack
Two people were knifed to death and five more were injured in a French town Saturday in what officials are investigating as a terror attack. The knife-wielding assailant was apprehended near the scene of the attack in Romans-sur-Isère, south of Lyon, as he was kneeling on the ground and praying in Arabic, according to France’s...
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The long lost hobbies people around the world are revisiting during the coronavirus pandemic
People around the world are revisiting old hobbies during this health crisis due to spending more time at home and as a way to cope with coronavirus anxiety.
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The long lost hobbies people around the world are revisiting during the coronavirus pandemic
When Larry Ginsberg began working from his New Jersey home last week due to the coronavirus pandemic, he never expected a faint smell of smoke and the sound of a roaring locomotive to emanate from his basement.
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Reuschel vs. Reuschel
A wealthy Florida businessman is arrested after a violent confrontation with his wife – she survived. Did his daughter’s sumptuous wedding lead to a murderous rage? "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant reports.
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Tom Dempsey, former NFL record-setting kicker, dies at 73 after battle with coronavirus
The family of Tom Dempsey says that the longtime NFL kicker — who kicked a then-record 63-yard field goal in 1970 — has died at 73.       
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Note to Larry David: Rangers’ Greg McKegg is getting job done
Part 13 of a series analyzing the New York Rangers. Maybe Greg McKegg had no business being elevated into Kaapo Kakko’s spot on the wing for those shifts in the third period at Calgary on Jan. 2 in the sequence of events that drew Larry David’s ire on Michael Kay’s fine radio show. But the...
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Judge Jeanine: Coronavirus shutdown rough but Trump 'working to get us back'
President Trump's leadership amid the coronavirus pandemic was the topic of Judge Jeanine Pirro's "opening statement" on Saturday night.
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Stay-at-home orders should apply to entire US, former HHS official says
Dr. Anand Parekh, former deputy assistant secretary for health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), joined anchor Jon Scott on "Fox Report Weekend" to discuss the efforts underway to slow the spread of coronavirus, saying the whole country needs to get behind a stay-at-home order. 
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Britons turning to mail order to get coronavirus tests
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What New York-area sports owners have given to coronavirus fight
As the novel coronavirus has wrecked the New York area, sports owners with deep pockets have emerged to help in the fight to battle this deadly pandemic. Here’s a look: James Dolan The Madison Square Garden chairman, who has tested positive for coronavirus, but is said to have mild symptoms, is paying arena workers in...
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UK companies race to fill testing gap
The British government has recently changed tack to encourage mass Covid-19 testing, but there's a big capacity gap. Nick Paton Walsh reports.
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Defiant pastors vow to host Palm Sunday mass during coronavirus pandemic
Defiant Christian megachurches across the country have vowed to flout social distancing guidelines and host Palm Sunday mass — with one Texas pastor complaining that “Satan’s trying to keep us apart.” While most churches will host online-only services for the holiday, a few renegade pastors in Ohio, Texas, Louisiana, Florida and California have made it...
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Alabama joins states under coronavirus stay-at-home order
Beginning 5 p.m. Saturday, Alabama joined the list of states where residents were under a stay-at-home order in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
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This 7-year-old is making and delivering care packages to the elderly shut in by the coronavirus
Cavanaugh Bell is a 7-year-old on a mission: "To help other people and let them know that I got their back," he told CNN.
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