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The Midweek Catchup
Exclusive: U.S. Voters Value Safe AI Development Over Racing Against China, Poll Shows
By Billy Perrigo
American voters don't buy the argument that the U.S. must race ahead on AI to beat China, a new poll finds.
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'We're Living in a Nightmare:' Inside the Health Crisis of a Texas Bitcoin Town
By Andrew R. Chow
A Bitcoin mine moved to a small town in Texas. One by one, the residents fell ill.
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How Much Water Should You Drink When It's Hot Outside?
By Jamie Friedlander Serrano
Plus, expert tips for staying hydrated in the heat.
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White House Says Biden Hasn't Shown Symptoms of Parkinson's Amid Questions
By Brian Bennett
A Parkinson's expert has visited the White House repeatedly.
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How Europe Is Bracing for a Potential Trump Return
By Yasmeen Serhan
Europe survived Trump's first term. But the continent would find itself in a much more perilous position in a second, experts warn.
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More Senior Democrats Join Call for Biden to Step Aside, Reports Say
By Anna Gordon
Jerrold Nadler, Mark Takano, Adam Smith, and Joe Morelle privately said the U.S. President should leave the 2024 race, U.S. media reported.
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Why Protesters Are Squirting Water at Tourists in Barcelona
By Armani Syed
Thousands of Barcelona residents urged tourists to go home as mayor Jaume Collboni plans to reduce short-term holiday rentals.
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Column: Time to Take a Breathing Break at Work
By Finnian Kelly
It may seem "airy-fairy," but incorporating well-being and mental health into business strategies is transformative, writes Finnian Kelly.
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Arsenic, Lead, and Other Toxic Metals Detected in Tampons, U.S. Study Finds
By Armani Syed
Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley detected 16 metals in tampons from stores in New York City, Athens, and London.
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Column: The Critical Role Trees Play During Heat Waves
By Carlos Claussell Velez
In cities, the temperature can vary as much as 13 degrees between neighborhoods. Much of that is due to differences in tree cover.
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Why Modi and Putin Are Friends
By Astha Rajvanshi
Modi used a recent trip to Russia not to challenge Putin over Ukraine, but instead to affirm longstanding ties between the two countries.
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How Often Do You Really Need to Wash Your Sheets?
By Angela Haupt
Probably more than you think.
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A Message from Inside Hotels

Wythe Hotel
Brooklyn, NY

Located in a historic factory in Brooklyn’s trendy Williamsburg neighborhood, The Wythe Hotel is the perfect place to stay for those looking to live like a local in this lively area. Quaint cafes and chic bars are just a block from the front door, and the nearby subway and ferry offer connections to further reaches of the city. Grab dinner at Le Crocodile, the hotel’s Parisian-inspired brasserie, and enjoy the blend of New York favorites and French fine dining. Head up to the sixth floor of the hotel for a drink at Bar Blondeau, where you enjoy happy-hour pricing on glasses of wine and signature cocktails while taking in stunning views of the New York City skyline. Plus, if you’re traveling with your four-legged friend this summer, you and your pup can have your portrait taken by photographer Jen Hillenga in one of the gorgeous Brooklyn Terrace rooms on select Sundays in July and August. So go ahead, make Wythe Hotel your next summer getaway.

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What to Watch for as Biden Doubles Down and Democrats Panic
By Philip Elliott
The next few days could be pivotal as Democratic panic continues.
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When Gentrification Comes to Small Towns
By Richard E. Ocejo 
Richard Ocejo explores the devastating long-term effects gentrification has on rural areas.
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Disappointing Early Exit From Copa América Raises Doubts Instead of Hopes for U.S. Soccer
By Sean Gregory
Instead of fighting for a title over the next few weeks, fans of Team USA will be debating Gregg Berhalter's fitness for his job—once again.
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The 15 Most Controversial TV Finales of All Time
By Ben Rosenstock
As 'Lost' comes to Netflix, a look back at the most divisive final episodes, from 'Seinfeld' to 'The Sopranos.'
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Online Petition to Impeach South Korea's President Crashes, After Flood of Signatures
By Anna Gordon
The online petition to impeach the unpopular Yoon Suk Yeol has experienced delays and disruptions after it received a flood of signatures.
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Spotted Lanternflies Are Back. Scientists Are Studying How to Kill Them
By Solcyré Burga
Scientists have been researching the best method for killing spotted lanternflies, and they may have gotten some new leads this year through the insects' attraction to vibrations.
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Column: Let's Talk About Our Grief
By Cody Delistraty
A better, more empathetic way to support those grieving might start with talking to your neighbor, writes Cody Delistraty.
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