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Cider-braised pork shoulder goes from weekend project to weeknight dinner in the Instant Pot Read full story for latest details.
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How to connect with a teen son as he continues to change Sometimes, we forget how to connect with our changing children. Heres how to come together.
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Some cars are more seductive than art. Should they be included in art museums? A MoMA exhibition is almost overwhelmed by the thing it tries to dissect.
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CDC adds mood disorders as a covid risk factor, expanding shot eligibility The change will allow millions of people with mental health conditions to get booster shots.
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HHS pledges more effort, resources toward harm reduction for drug users With overdose deaths soaring toward 100,000 annually, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra outlined a policy to keep drug users alive and healthy until theyre ready to seek treatment.
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How Sudans Coup Is Threatening Foreign Aid, Path to Democracy Sudans military has long been the countrys pre-eminent power broker, propping up dictator Omar al-Bashir for three decades before ousting him in 2019 following months of protests against runaway inflation and brutality. Now the army has toppled an uneasy
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Poland ordered to pay more than $1 million a day in fines amid E.U. dispute The ruling said the fine was to avoid serious and irreparable harm to the E.U. legal order.
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Saudi Arabia releases protester arrested as a minor after commuting his death sentence After the government last year appeared to ban executions for crimes committed by minors, it released Ali al-Nimr, whose 2015 death sentence was commuted this year.
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How Trumps allies are still trying to insulate him from blame for the coronavirus pandemic The 400,000 people who died during his administration are just another piece on the chess board.
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Twitter amplifies conservative politicians. Is it because users mock them? Facebooks algorithms appear to have led to increased outrage on the platform, incentivizing people to post controversial content.
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