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Your Daily AM Roundup Watch “A blueprint for reparations in the US | William “Sandy” Darity” on YouTube
‘We’re in for a bad and rocky ride:’ Ex-WHO doctor who helped eradicate smallpox predicts COVID-19 turmoil for years Watch “A personal health coach for those living with chronic diseases | Priscilla Pemu” on YouTube
White House eyes executive orders to upend virus negotiations Watch “How designing brand-new enzymes could change the world | Adam Garske” on YouTube
Tropical storm Isaias travels up the eastern U.S., killing at least 5 If higher dimensions exist, they aren’t what you think | Exploring Worlds Beyond Our Own

Yes, it’s possible to catch COVID-19 from someone without symptoms. Here’s what you need to know

The Global Alphabet | Yuliana Gorkorov | TEDxBerlin
Omniviolence Is Coming and the World Isn’t Ready TED & USPS- Our Physical And Digital Worlds Intertwined
Who CARES about the unemployed? How COVID benefit bill died in the Senate Watch “The future of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy | Rick Doblin” on YouTube
Trump’s TikTok threats may drive users to Facebook-owned Instagram. Is that the point? Watch “Exoslide linear motion system on the Ender 5” on YouTube
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The Day I Realized I Could Never Make My Mom Grow Up Barack Obama issues his first round of 2020 endorsements

Dr. Deborah Birx: ‘We are in a new phase’ of coronavirus pandemic with more widespread cases

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are suing the publisher of the Daily Mail – Vox

There’s No “Exercise Motivator as Potent” as a 4-Legged Workout Partner

NASA-SpaceX mission: Astronauts return after the historic mission

Deepfake used to attack activist couple shows new disinformation frontier – Reuters

DHS official whose office compiled ‘intelligence reports’ on journalists and protesters has been removed from his job

When Workers Can Live Anywhere, Many Ask: Why Do I Live Here? – WSJ Keeping Your Temper While Stuck at Home – WSJ
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How To Cook Moist & Tender Chicken Breasts Every Time Watch “How motivation can fix public systems | Abhishek Gopalka” on YouTube
Everything Was Fake but Her Wealth Watch “The unpaid work that GDP ignores — and why it really counts | Marilyn Waring” on YouTube
7 Medical Myths Even Doctors Believe Lil Nas X & Billy Ray Cyrus Bring The Old Town Road To The BET Awards Live! | BET Awards 2019 – YouTube
NYTimes: Mail Delays Fuel Concern Trump Is Undercutting Postal System Ahead of Voting If higher dimensions exist, they aren’t what you think | Exploring Worlds Beyond Our Own
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52 Year Cold Case Murder Solved In Huntington Beach

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The identities of Orange County’s oldest ‘Jane Doe’ murder victim and her killer are now known thanks to DNA, officials say.

She was known as “Jane Doe” for 52 years. Now, Anita Louise Piteau of Augusta, Maine, is known to be the victim of Huntington Beach’s longest-running cold case. Her killer, Johnny Chrisco, was also identified through familial DNA, according to the Huntington Beach Police Department.

Anita left her home to come to Hollywood, according to the Orange County District Attorney’s Office. She wanted to see where movies were made, and kept in touch with her family by mail. “She had every intention of returning home,” Kimberly Edds of the OCDA’s office told Patch. Her last correspondence was in February of 1968.

They never heard from her again.

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a person smiling for the camera: Anita Piteau was at last identified thanks to the DNA Doe Project.oe © Huntington Beach Police Photo Anita Piteau was at last identified thanks to the DNA Doe Project.oe

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Rep. Lewis praised by 3 presidents at his funeral Ten Cents a Dance Have your sound on and get your feet ready…..this is FUN!!
Meet the Navy’s first black female fighter pilot Watch “How to disrupt philanthropy in response to crisis | Darren Walker” on YouTube
Herman Cain, 2012 GOP Presidential Candidate, And Businessman Dies At Age 74 What is a home without a mother (an old Buster Keaton rerun)
Shared Article from AOL: Ohio House votes to remove speaker charged with bribery Watch “The unpaid work that GDP ignores — and why it really counts | Marilyn Waring” on YouTube

Louie Gohmert, who refused to wear a mask, tests positive for coronavirus

F**k These Animals – Paraglider-Charging Kangaroo & Raging Safari Elephant | The Daily Show

This $115,949 loft-style tiny home on wheels has a living room that doubles as an office — see inside Watch “Back in Black – Perils of the Beach | The Daily Show” on YouTube
From CNN: ‘My uncle was shot in the back and slaughtered like a goat.’ Survivors of southern Kaduna killings speak out Why kids need to learn about gender and sexuality | Lindsay Amer
Bryan Cranston reveals he recovered from COVID-19 Watch “The world’s first crowdsourced space traffic monitoring system | Moriba Jah” on YouTube
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Why the ‘Super Weird’ Moons of Mars Fascinate Scientists

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Mars is the darling of many planetary scientists, who continue to visit it through increasingly advanced robotic explorers. But don’t forget that our planetary neighbor is adorned with two moons: puny Phobos, a lumpy mass 17 miles across; and diminutive Deimos, just 9 miles long. Their names in ancient Greek may mean “fear” and “dread’, but the aesthetics of these Lilliputian space potatoes inspire anything but.

They don’t look anywhere near as interesting as the volcanic or icy-ocean moons of Jupiter and Saturn, nor is their desolation as extreme or diverse as Earth’s moon. But that hasn’t stopped generations of planetary scientists from being eager to get a closer look at the ramshackle duo.

The Soviet Union and, later, Russia have tried three times to reach Phobos, but software errors and launch disasters have doomed every attempt. Scientists in the U.S. have tried and, so far, failed to convince the powers-that-be at NASA that a mission to the two moons will be worthwhile. The next great hope is Japan, which is aiming to launch a heist mission to Phobos in 2024 that will try to steal some of its rocks.

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A close-up view of Phobos, the larger of Mars’s two moons. It is 17 miles across.

A close-up view of Phobos, the larger of Mars’s two moons. It is 17 miles across.Credit…NASA/JPL/University of Arizona

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NYTimes: Olivia de Havilland, a Star of ‘Gone With the Wind,’ Dies at 104 Voting this November is the most important thing you can do!
NYTimes: Donald Trump Is the Best Ever President in the History of the Cosmos Watch “Could This Superfood Save The World?” on YouTube
NYTimes: Coronavirus in Texas: ‘You Do the Right Things, and Still You Get It’ Watch “How virtual reality turns students into scientists | Jessica Ochoa Hendrix” on YouTube
NYTimes: Sledding Athletes Are Taking Their Lives. Did Brain-Rattling Rides and High-Speed Crashes Damage Their Brains? How to green the world’s deserts and reverse climate change | Allan Savory
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Should the U.S. ban TikTok over security concerns? Harry and Meghan sue unnamed paparazzi for taking photos of Archie at home
From CNN: All charges dropped against Red Bull heir accused in death of police officer, Thai Police say What’s Plan B if there’s no COVID-19 vaccine?
Federal forces have gone into U.S. cities before. Why this time is different. Police use of rubber bullets, bean bag rounds has left a bloody trail for decades. Those maimed say enough is enough.
Judge calls Cohen’s return to prison ‘retaliatory,’ orders his release Coronavirus updates: Trump, Dems clash over weekly jobless bonus
AOC rips Rep. Yoho on House floor: ‘I have tossed men out of bars that have used language like Mr. Yoho’s’ NYTimes: Corporate Insiders Pocket $1 Billion in Rush for Coronavirus Vaccine
NYTimes: The Coronavirus Unleashed Along the Amazon River Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s powerful speech against misogyny in Congress was long overdue
Mothers’ power in U.S. protests echoes a global tradition The wealthy Republicans who want to oust Trump
John Lewis honored in his Alabama hometown NYTimes: Computers Already Learn From Us. But Can They Teach Themselves?
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Last call! Comet NEOWISE to be visible for just a few more nights

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One of the biggest celestial surprises of 2020 has been Comet NEOWISE, the brightest comet in the Northern Hemisphere since the 1990s, but time is running out to spot the comet before it fades away into the icy depths of the solar system.

Comet NEOWISE is gradually getting dimmer and dimmer every night as it moves farther and farther away from the sun, and by next week, it may no longer be bright enough to be seen without binoculars or a telescope.

“Right now, the comet is relatively easy to observe with binoculars or a small telescope, provided you have a clear view toward the horizon,” NASA said.

It is still visible to the unaided eye, but only under dark skies in areas far away from light pollution.

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Coronavirus in the U.S.: Latest Map and Case Count

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