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Inside 100 Tweets

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1. in category Daily News

1. in country United States and category Daily News

1. in country United States and category Media

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15. in country United States

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400 years ago, a ship carrying more than 20 enslaved Africans arrived in the English colony of Virginia. The #1619Project explores how the years of slavery that followed still shape America today.

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How China has changed as seen through the prism of the beach made famous by Chairman Mao. 'Chinese millennials spurn the place as fusty, and less than pristine. They prefer the Maldives or Thailand or even, in some cases, the Hamptons.' @JanePerlez

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"Rubber Duckie" is the only "Sesame Street" song to ever hit the Billboard charts. Here's more about that and 8 other things you didn't know about the sounds of the show as it marks its 50th anniversary.

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Many companies are returning to TV’s original business model, writes @ballmatthew. They're selling you anything and everything but the television show in front of you.

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Taylor Swift’s "Lover" arrives the old-fashioned way, and with twists

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Lau Sing Kee was awarded for his bravery in World War I, but was later convicted of skirting discriminatory immigration laws. His path from soldier to prisoner was emblematic of Chinese immigrants' struggles in early 20th-century America.

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President Trump rejected a proposal to curb foreign aid spending after objections from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and lawmakers from both parties

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The El Paso Walmart is expected to reopen late this year — and when it does, the store won’t be recognizable to customers and employees, the company said

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there are lots of open questions about Taylor Swift re-recording her catalog—acoustic? note-for-note recreations? Max Martin?—but on the contract point, Swift said this morning that she’s allowed to start re-recording her first five albums in Nov. 2020…

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A federal appeals court said members of the Electoral College, who cast the actual votes for president, may choose whomever they please regardless of a state’s popular vote

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As the Zika virus spread across the Americas, there was a glaring exception: Cuba had no record of infections. Now scientists have reported a previously unknown outbreak on the island in 2017. Global health officials failed to sound the alarm.

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A four-drug "polypill" may save millions of lives by preventing heart attacks in countries where doctors are rare. Medical experts, however, are sharply divided over the polypill concept.

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Trump and his aides are weighing in on the Hong Kong pro-democracy protests to try to get leverage over China in trade talks, which have gone nowhere. Will it backfire? w/ @arappeport

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The president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced that the university would investigate its dealings with Jeffrey Epstein

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10 new books recommended by critics and editors at The New York Times

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Researchers are trying to develop options to lithium-ion and other batteries in a quest for quick bursts of power and extended energy storage

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Masked students are fueling the unrest gripping Hong Kong. Some told us they are willing to die for the movement. Here’s what they had to say: https://nyti.ms/2zecmg0 

Masked students are fueling the unrest gripping Hong Kong. Some told us they are willing to die for the movement. Here’s what they had to say: https://nyti.ms/2zecmg0 

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Evening Briefing: Here's what you need to know at the end of the day

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“The ongoing forest fires in Brazil are deeply worrying,” the European Commission said in a statement. “Forests are our lungs and life support systems.”

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The long legal battle between America’s Test Kitchen and Christopher Kimball, the company’s founder, is over

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The U.S. produces more garbage than any other nation in the world per capita. Here’s how scrappers are turning that waste into a $32 billion business.

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