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|Saturday • March 18, 2023|
Today’s Front Page
On the origin of COVID-19
By DAKE KANG and MARIA CHENG Associated Press BEIJING – Genetic material collected at a Chinese market near where the first human cases of COVID-19 were identified show raccoondog DNA comingled with the virus, suggesting the pandemic may have originated from animals, not a lab, international experts say. Other experts have not yet verified their analysis, which has yet to appear in a peer-reviewed journal. Howthe coronavirus began sickening people remains uncertain. The sequences will…Read more
Representing ‘the things we fear’
In Israel, dystopian ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ is protest fixture By ISAAC SCHARF and TIA GOLDENBERG Associated Press TEL AVIV, Israel – It’s become an ominous fixture of the mass anti-government protests roiling Israel: a coil of women in crimson robes and white caps, walking heads bowed and hands clasped. Theyare dressed as characters from Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel, “The Handmaid’s Tale,” and the eponymous TV series. The women, growing in numbers as the demonstrations…Read more
Team Trump gets ahead of probable indictment
By MAGGIE HABERMAN NYTimes News Service As former President Donald Trump faces likely criminal charges, his campaign is preparing to wage a political war. With an indictment looming from the Manhattan district attorney, Alvin Bragg, Trump’s campaign is laying the groundwork for a broad attack on Bragg, a Democrat. According to two of Trump’s political allies, the campaign will aim to portray any charges as part of a coordinated offensive by the Democratic Party against Trump, who is trying…Read more
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