- U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Reflects Sun Belt OutbreaksWith the exception of three anomalous days this summer, Wednesday’s U.S. total of more than 1,470 deaths was the highest since late May. Experts say the nation’s new coronavirus database creates problems for hospitals.
- The Poly-Parent Households Are ComingWe’re on the cusp of a technological revolution in baby making. What it means to be a family could be next.
- Black Women Asked Their Party for What They Wanted. What Happens After the Kamala Harris Pick?Kamala Harris is the first woman of color on a major party ticket. For the women who helped get her here, the moment is joyful, and worrisome.
- Superheroes, Pot-Banging and Horn-Blowing Won’t Stop Benjamin NetanyahuThis summer’s protests against the prime minister have given Israel’s toothless left an outlet — but not power.
- Could the Beirut Explosion Be a Turning Point for Lebanon?Chronic corruption must be rooted out.
- Inside Jimmy Lai's Apple Daily During Hong Kong's Media CrackdownApple Daily, a pro-democracy paper known for celebrity gossip and hard-hitting investigations, has become a target in Beijing’s new national security law in Hong Kong.
- Health Experts Warn About Perils of New Virus Data Collection SystemAn administration shift is putting a burden on hospitals and undercutting the integrity of data on the pandemic, current and former members of a federal advisory panel said.
- Biden and Harris Pledge a Strong Challenge to Trump and a Path Out of CrisisJoe Biden and Kamala Harris made their debut as running mates in Wilmington, Del., offering a vision of recovery from the coronavirus and pressing their case that the president has made things worse at every turn.
- Google, Facebook and Others Broaden Group to Secure U.S. ElectionMore tech companies met with government agencies on Wednesday to fight disinformation on social media.
- Progressives Didn’t Want Harris for V.P. They’re Backing Her Anyway.Joe Biden’s selection of Kamala Harris reaffirmed progressives’ fears of a Biden administration rooted in establishment politics. But rather than revolt, many snuffed out their criticisms.
- U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll Reflects Sun Belt Outbreaks
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When you are a visitor in any city, getting confused over the places to visit for lunch or dinner becomes an uphill task. But what remains constant is that eating is a must to eat for any person. You will be excited by the numerous amount of delicacies that you can never afford to miss […]