Court Says Former Officer Who Kneeled On George Floyd’s Neck To Stand Trial Alone : NPR

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was captured on cellphone video kneeling on George Floyd’s neck for several minutes, still faces a higher charge of second-degree murder. Brommerich/AP hide…

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Memorial Hermann to open vaccine clinic at NRG Park but you can’t just show up

HOUSTON – Memorial Hermann is set to open a coronavirus vaccine clinic at NRG Park later this week, but it will only be open to people who are registered to…

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The Joys of Approaching Life as an Amateur

BEGINNERSThe Joy and Transformative Power of Lifelong LearningBy Tom Vanderbilt Early in his new book, “Beginners,” the journalist Tom Vanderbilt finds himself unexpectedly adopting the role of a stereotypical “chess…

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This Company Raised $40 Million To Make Tumors Reveal Themselves

Earli cofounders Cyriac Roeding, Sam Gambhir and David Suhy Earli Healthcare companies like Grail and Guardant are worth billions as leaders in the field of “liquid biopsies,” which enable the…

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Booming PC sales reflect long-term bets on remote work and learning

Having watched the PC market slowly disintegrate in recent years, the latest market research showing a massive surge in sales is astounding. It is also a testament to the profound…

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What Is Most Popular on Streaming Platforms? Old Network TV Shows

“The Office,” “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Criminal Minds” represent three genres that have been mainstays in American entertainment — workplace comedies, and medical and crime dramas. They also feature a combined…

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