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Inks And Colors Rescue 'Blue In Green' From Plodding Plotting
Writer Ram V takes on a classic music-biz myth in his new graphic novel: The devilish crossroads deal. But it's illustrator Anand RK's loose, jazzy, clever art that really makes this book sing.

With Deluge Of Mail Ballots, Here's When To Expect Election Results In 6 Key States
For months now, election officials have cautioned that the winner of the presidential election may still be unknown when election night is over. Rules in some states don't allow election workers to ...

Policing Reform, Civilian Oversight And More: After Months Of Protest, Voters Decide
This summer's massive protests over police brutality, spurred by the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and others, demanded significant changes in policing. Those protests have moved some cities ...

'A Huge Attack.' Critics Decry Trump Order That Makes Firing Federal Workers Easier
The Trump administration has issued a new executive order that would fundamentally restructure the federal work force, making it easier for the government to fire thousands of federal workers, while ...

Anxious About The Election? Your Kids Can Tell. Here's How To Talk About It
Here's a quick primer from Life Kit on how to talk with your kids about this election. Kids can see that we're on edge. They are naturally self-centered, and they'll assume your stress is about them.

Mom Dragged From SUV, Beaten By Officers With Toddler In Back Seat Filing Suit
Lawyers for Rickia Young, 28, and her son said she was battered, separated from the child for hours, and kept in handcuffs while being treated at a hospital. No charges have been filed against her.

Now That More Americans Can Work From Anywhere, Many Are Planning To Move Away
Since more people are working from home, they're using the opportunity to migrate to other places. Big cities are seeing the biggest outflows, according to new surveys.

'In The Act Of Living, You're A Revolutionary': Anthony McGill Talks With Lara Downes
The New York Philharmonic principal clarinetist blows apart the labels he once applied to himself to discover a stream of activism.

Cruise Lines Can Sail Again From The U.S., But It's Not Clear How Soon
The federal government has given the go-ahead for cruise ships to sail from ports in the United States. Officials stopped cruise lines in March as the coronavirus pandemic ramped up.

Kyle Rittenhouse Is Extradited To Face Homicide Charges In Wisconsin
Lake County Judge Paul Novak denied the 17-year-old's request to stay in Illinois. The teen is charged with fatally shooting two men and wounding a third during a protest in Kenosha, Wis., in August.

Colorado Abortion Ban Could Be Felt Nationwide
Last year around this time, Tammy, her husband, and their young son were getting ready for a big expansion of their family: she was expecting twins – one boy and one girl. The family celebrated around ...

Trump's Ban On TikTok Suffers Another Legal Setback
A federal judge put the brakes on yet another aspect of President Trump's push to ban TikTok, but uncertainty still clouds the future of the viral video app in the U.S.