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For Women, the Death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Brings a Particular Grief thumbnail For Women, the Death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Brings a Particular Grief thumbnail

For Women, the Death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Brings a Particular Grief

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Quite apart from the politics surrounding Justice Ginsburg’s death and the fight over her replacement, women of all ages are feeling the loss of a role model.Women dancing after a memorial for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday. For many women, her death was a deeply personal loss.Credit…Gabriela Bhaskar for The New…

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How the Black Vote Became a Political Monolith

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ImageCredit…Posters by Kennedy PrintsBy Theodore R. JohnsonWith posters by Kennedy PrintsSept. 16, 2020In the autumn of 2008, just a few weeks after my 33rd birthday, I cast a ballot for the first time. Up to that point, serving in the military seemed like more than sufficient civic engagement and provided a ready excuse for voluntarily…

‘We’re Not Scared’: Tens of Thousands of Motorcyclists Pack Lake of the Ozarks for Bike Rally

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Courtesy of LakeBikefestAlong the Bagnell Dam Strip in the heart of the Lake of the Ozarks, thousands of motorcycles are tightly parked in the middle of a two-lane highway.Tourists from across the country have been cutting loose along the historic stretch, known as the “main party hub” of the Missouri resort area, for months—but over…

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What do ordinary Indians remember of their last normal day before COVID-19?

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Written by Benita Fernando , Pooja Pillai , Divya A , Ektaa Malik , Paromita Chakrabarti , Reported by Amrita Dutta | Updated: September 20, 2020 4:46:24 pm Life before coronavirus. (Illustration: Suvajit Dey)‘No one smells the books now’ Srimanta Ghosh (Vicky), 45 Pavement bookseller, Mumbai Benita Fernando Visitors to Vicky’s stall are fewer and…

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Nostalgia and the Tragedy of Trump’s Speech at Mount Rushmore

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John Bodnar is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History at Indiana University and author of Divided by Terror: Patriotism in Post- 9-11 America (University of North Carolina Press, 2021). Standing in front of Mount Rushmore on July 3, Donald Trump offered the American people a recitation of their history that was not only stirring but saturated with nostalgia.  With visages of notable…

The Latest: New Zealand to end restrictions except in 1 city

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand: All remaining virus restrictions will be lifted across much of New Zealand from late Monday with the exception of the largest city, Auckland, which will continue to have some restrictions for at least another 16 days. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made the announcement Monday after meeting with top lawmakers. The nation of…

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I See a Ray of Light

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Amidst the rush among the media, medical and political establishments to have a corona vaccine delivered to the American people before the end of the year comes this report that should give us all pause. Writing for ZeroHedge.com, Tyler Durden reports: This really should be one of the biggest scandals in public health, but it’s given…

A Chinese virologist claimed the corona virus was ‘intentionally’ released. Turns out, she works for a group led by Steve Bannon.

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Skip to comments. A Chinese virologist claimed the corona virus was ‘intentionally’ released. Turns out, she works for a group led by Steve Bannon. Yahoo Business Insider ^ | September 17, 2020 | Aylin Woodward Posted on 09/17/2020 11:57:41 AM PDT by Rustybucket A group of Chinese virologists released a strange new paper on Monday…

How to Donate to Charity Without Getting a Ton of Junk Mail

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Photo: 1000Photography (Shutterstock)You know the saying, “No good deed goes unpunished”? Making a donation to a charity can feel like you’ve doomed yourself to solicitation hell. Everyone who’s ever given money to a cause has probably gotten those address label “gifts” in the mail a few months later (for all the letters you don’t write…

Nigeria sets capital rules for mobile money licences – Reuters Africa

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Featured More Top News Belarus police detain hundreds of protesters in Minsk Belarusian police detained hundreds of protesters in central Minsk on Saturday, a witness said, as around 2,000 people marched through the city demanding that President Alexander Lukashenko step down. Sep 19 2020 Have a news tip? Reuters provides several ways to securely and…

Nigeria sets capital rules for mobile money licences – Reuters

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ABUJA (Reuters) – Nigeria’s central bank said it will grant more licences for payment service banks but set a minimum capital base of $13 million, which could deter telecoms firms and some other potential new entrants to the digital financial services sector.The central bank in a circular seen by Reuters on Monday said that telecom…

Money laundering detection firm EverCompliant raises $35 million – Reuters

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JERUSALEM (Reuters) – EverCompliant, a U.S.-Israeli electronic money laundering detection and prevention company, said on Thursday it raised $35 million in a private funding round led by Israeli venture capital firm Red Dot Capital Partners.New investor Maor Investments also participated, along with existing backers Joey Low, Viola Ventures, Arbor Ventures, and American Express Ventures, it…

At Disrupt, YC’s Anu Hariharan, Initialized’s Garry Tan, and GGV’s Hans Tung will tell you how to raise money in a dumpster fire

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As this pandemically perverse year draws to a close, there’s one thing that’s certain. Everything has changed — at least a little bit. The U.S. is still grappling with a virus that it has yet to control and a vaccine, once it’s discovered and proven to be effective will take months to be distributed throughout…

What to Do if You Can’t Opt Out of This Year’s Payroll Tax Deferral

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Image: Drazen Zigic (Shutterstock)Last month, Trump announced a new payroll tax deferral that puts a temporary pause on part of the taxes employees pay. The controversial order started on September 1 and says companies may stop collecting the 6.2% tax employees pay for Social Security. While many companies have already opted out, some employees don’t…

Foldables are finally good enough to actually spend money on

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We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more. a foldable future The benefits are starting to outweigh the drawbacks. Source: Hayato Huseman / Android Central I’m always excited to see new form factors start to emerge in tech. Gadgets like foldables or even dual-screen devices recall a more experimental time before…

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