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While American politicians announced plans on immigration and low-income housing, one British MP had other ideas.

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Crossing bike lanes will soon be even more daunting!

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Fair warning: You might need to grab your friendly neighborhood econ major to translate.

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Elon Musk bought Twitter, and everyone has a lot of thoughts. Editor’s Note: Mentions of gun violence

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Between homelessness and climate change, NYC has a lot on its plate—but at least Macron and Arizona are winning lately.

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Read today’s Bwoglines for union victories, significant protests, and a riveting panel. 

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Today’s top headlines will have important repercussions for mass transit both nationwide and in our very own backyard.

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“Grim” describes the state of the world at the moment pretty well. Editor’s Warning: Mentions of Death

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Floods in South Africa, drag in the basement of Lerner, “what?” in an Arizona freezer.

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Stressful times call for… alternative treatment methods.

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French President Macron wins, Mayor Adams gets COVID-19—positive results for both, you could say. Editor’s Warning: Mentions of Death

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