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The New York Times
· In Seeking to Hold Michigan, Trump Can Be His Own Worst Enemy →
Their faith stems in part from how he defied the odds, and some late polls, four years ago to become the first Republican to win Michigan in nearly three decades, even if it was by the smallest of margins: 10,704 votes out of 4.8 million votes cast.
· Covid-19: will the government’s mixed messages lead to another surge? →
After more than 10 weeks of following the rules and isolating themselves they have been cast adrift, by text, to take their chance of life or death, with little or no explanation.
· Operation Buffalo review – Maralinga nuclear testing rendered as part-drama, part-farce →
The cast are uniformly strong, with some reliable old charmers including Cromwell and Martin.
The New York Times
· Nazi or Hero? Historian Looks at the Stories a German Consultant Told of His Father →
Reporting by the newspaper Handelsblatt, quoted by The Times, cast doubt on whether the elder Berger had ever been incarcerated by the Gestapo or the Russians.
· Someone found a genius way to keep their puppy entertained forever →
Watch the 'Lord of the Rings' cast swap filming stories on Zoom
· America’s Worst Year →
Agree with him or not—and mostly I didn’t—Richard Nixon was a substantial figure, as were, in their starkly different ways, other members of that year’s cast, from Johnson and Humphrey to Kennedy, McCarthy, and even Wallace.
· VIX Back To Normal? Not Really →
On top of that, President Trump's statement to cut ties with the second-largest economy in the world cast an additional shadow over the market outlook.
· The cult of Paul Mescal proves it – lockdown has pushed us towards new levels of thirst for celebrities →
The show threw the world into a frenzy and received widespread acclaim from Richard E Grant to James Corden for every detail, from the casting of the two leads to the positive depictions of teenage sex.
· Oscar-winner calls on Morrison government to be 'insurer of last resort' for film, TV →
The family drama – set in Montana, and with a big-name international cast including Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst and Keith Carradine alongside fast-rising Kiwi talent Thomasin McKenzie and Australian Kodi Smit-McPhee – is covered for the shutdown-related costs because insurance was issued before the pandemic.
The Wall Street Journal
· U.S. Businesses Brace for Damage as Tensions Grow Over Hong Kong →
Companies in the global financial and trading hub, already battered by a year of violent protests and the coronavirus pandemic, face a long period of further uncertainty amid a fight that they fear could disrupt their operations and that casts doubt over their long-term future here.