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Sanders Institute Suspends Operations as Senator Runs for President

A public policy group that was started by Bernie Sanders’s wife and son is temporarily suspending operations.

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College Cheating Scandal Shows a Standardized Test Isn’t Always a Fair One

Once sacrosanct, the SAT and ACT have become optional at hundreds of colleges. Will the admissions bribery scandal make them even less relevant?

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Facebook’s Daylong Malfunction Is a Reminder of the Internet’s Fragility

The incident, which also affected WhatsApp and Instagram, was caused by a small mistake that led to big problems.

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On Politics With Lisa Lerer: 2 Days in Congress, 3 Trump Rejections

In the On Politics newsletter: There have been multiple bipartisan efforts in the House and Senate to rebuke the president over the wall, Saudi Arabia and the Mueller report.

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Hallmark Channel Cuts Ties With Lori Loughlin After Arrest in Cheating Scandal

Ms. Loughlin, who had been in two Hallmark series, is one of the wealthy parents accused of making payoffs to get their children into elite colleges.

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Congress Has a Breaking Point. This Week, Trump Might Have Found It.

In three bipartisan votes, Congress this week rebuked President Trump over Saudi Arabia, blocked his border emergency declaration and demanded a public release of the special counsel’s report.

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No, Winter Isn’t Over. Hitting the Plains: A Flood and a Blizzard.

Rain, melting snow and frozen ground lifted rivers to near-record levels in Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota, where evacuations were ordered and roads swamped.

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One of horse racing’s premier tracks took action after yet another horse died, the 22nd since Dec. 26, an unusually high number.

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The Metropolitan Riveters missed their plane to last weekend’s semifinal. Now some players will miss the makeup game because of the tough financial landscape in pro women’s hockey.

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Letter 98: A Recipe for Fulfillment: ‘You’ve Got to Be Connected.’

Two of Australia’s greatest chefs guide us down the path to creative contentment and success.

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Trump Administration Warns Venezuela Not to Arrest Opposition Leader

The administration said that any attempts to arrest Juan Guaidó would be met with “immediate reaction” from the international community, though it was unclear what that would mean.

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Critic’s Notebook: ‘One Day at a Time’ and Why Netflix Is Not Your Friend

After canceling one of TV’s best series, the streaming outlet seemed to want to get credit for mourning its own business decision.

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Ms. Buckingham made a career out of being an expert on younger generations. “Nobody’s ever told them what they don’t want to hear,” she said.

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How to Protect Manhattan from Climate Change? Make It Bigger

Mayor de Blasio proposed a $10 billion plan to build a huge berm at the bottom of Manhattan to protect the financial district from rising sea levels.

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Boeing 737 Max Hit Trouble Right Away, Pilot’s Tense Radio Messages Show

“Break break, request back to home,” the captain of the ill-fated Ethiopian Airlines flight radioed air traffic controllers minutes after taking off.

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Trump Can Be Sued for Defamation by Summer Zervos, ‘Apprentice’ Contestant, Court Rules

In a split decision, an appellate panel of the New York State Supreme Court ruled that a lawsuit against the president can proceed.

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