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All of the things you need to know now from the editors of TIME

    The Trump Administration’s Many Vacancies Could Complicate its Coronavirus Response

    The Trump Administration’s Many Vacancies Could Complicate its Coronavirus Response

    On Thursday, as the U.S. was facing its first possible case of community-spread coronavirus, President Donald Trump brought in a long-time public health official to help manage the White House response to the spread of deadly disease. Ambassador Debbie Birx, a physician and the State Department’s top official on the global effort to reduce HIV/AIDS, will report to Vice President Mike Pence, who Trump put in charge of U.S. efforts to stem the virus in a impromptu press briefing on Wednesday.

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    Israel Denounces ‘Detestable’ Anti-Semitic Routine Featuring Dancing Nazis at Spanish Carnival

    Israel Denounces ‘Detestable’ Anti-Semitic Routine Featuring Dancing Nazis at Spanish Carnival

    (MADRID) — Israel’s ambassador to Spain has denounced a Carnival parade routine in a small town that featured men and women dressed up like Jewish Holocaust victims and Nazi soldiers.

    Rodica Radian-Gordon said in a tweet Wednesday that the performance was “a detestable banalization of the Holocaust,” an “affront to the victims" and “an intolerable manifestation of anti-Semitism.

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    Column: Modi Looks the Other Way as Delhi Burns

    Column: Modi Looks the Other Way as Delhi Burns

    Two days before the anti-Muslim riots began in Delhi this week, a member of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet said Muslims should have been sent to Pakistan in 1947 during the partition of India.

    Giriraj Singh, Minister for Animal Husbandry and Fisheries in the Modi Government, said “It is the time to commit ourselves to the nation. Before 1947, [Muhammad Ali] Jinnah pushed for an Islamic nation. It was a big lapse by our ancestors that we're paying the price for.

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    Hong Kong Newspaper Owner Arrested on Charges of Unlawful Assembly and Intimidation

    Hong Kong Newspaper Owner Arrested on Charges of Unlawful Assembly and Intimidation

    Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai has been arrested on suspicion of participating in an unlawful assembly last year and intimidating a reporter in 2017.

    The arrest was confirmed by Mark Simon, the group director for Lai’s company, Next Digital Ltd., which publishes the Apple Daily newspaper. Two former pro-democracy lawmakers and activists, Lee Cheuk-yan and Yeung Sum, were also arrested on suspicion of unlawful assembly Friday, he said.

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    Mike Bloomberg Says He Might Not Spend to Help Sanders If He’s the Nominee

    Mike Bloomberg Says He Might Not Spend to Help Sanders If He’s the Nominee

    (SAN FRANCISCO) — Billionaire Mike Bloomberg said Thursday that he might not spend money to assist Bernie Sanders if Sanders is the Democratic presidential nominee, days after a Sanders adviser said they wouldn't want the help.

    Sanders adviser Jeff Weaver said Tuesday that it would be a “hard no” on accepting Bloomberg's financial assistance.

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    ‘Of Course She’s Not O.K.’ The Conversation That Changed How I Thought About Early Motherhood

    ‘Of Course She’s Not O.K.’ The Conversation That Changed How I Thought About Early Motherhood

    I had made it as far as the street corner when it occurred to me that I hadn't paid. I'd said goodbye to my friends at the restaurant and walked out. When I returned, embarrassed and apologetic, one friend mentioned that another had asked if I was O.K.

    "Of course she's not O.K.," she had answered. "She has a 4-month-old."

    That 4-month-old was the reason I had to get home.

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