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Credit competition for favorable BGE rates so let’s not abandon that strategy | READER COMMENTARY

Maryland ratepayers should be thankful for free market competition when it comes to their monthly Gas and Electric bills and not abandon that approach. read more

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A Guide to Staying Safe as States Reopen

Editor’s Note: The Atlantic is making vital coverage of the coronavirus available to all readers ... a civil- and environmental-engineering professor at Virginia Tech, and have compiled their ... read more

These are the best Apple Memorial Day deals

Here are some of the best Apple Memorial Day sales yet. Save up to $100 on the Apple Watch Series 3 or Series 5, HomePod, AirPods Pro, iPad 10.2, and iPad Pro. read more

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CARIBBEAT: BKLYN Commons ‘shared’ work spaces firm moves smartly into ‘the new normal’

Both branches are easily accessible by mass transit. Through flexible membership ... Noting that “no amount is too small for donations,” loyal readers are giving to keep the lifesaving news ... read more

How to Handle Reading Comprehension on the Digital LSAT

Last summer, after decades of carefully filling in bubbles on answer sheets, LSAT test-takers in the United States and Canada traded in pen and paper for stylus and tablet. The digital LSAT ... read more

Opinion: Americares braces for lockdown emergence

Americares President Christine Squires outlines ways the Stamford-based relief agency is planning to help people as the quarantine eases in the United States. read more

A Fact-Based Fantasy With Drones, Robots, and Rioting on the Washington Mall

Blending fiction with deep research on artificial intelligence, this excerpt from "Burn-In," a futuristic techno-thriller set in Washington, D.C., is both creepy and exciting. read more

You have some profound thoughts about the nation’s lacking sense of communal sacrifice during this coronavirus pandemic

I sent out a text about the difference between how we are responding to the pandemic compared to how people responded to World War II, and wow, did people have some great perspective on the subject. read more

How the coronavirus pandemic will permanently change the transportation industry, according to 23 industry leaders

We asked top leaders across the transportation sector how the coronavirus will change their company, industry, and the world. This is what they said. read more

The Latest: Debt and coronavirus push Hertz into bankruptcy protection

The latest on the coronavirus pandemic.  Hertz filed for bankruptcy protection Friday, unable to withstand the coronavirus pandemic that has crippled global travel and with it, the heavily indebted ... read more

ANGELA R. WATSON and MATTHEW H. LEE: For the students

June 2020 issue, Harvard Magazine published an article by Erin O'Donnell titled "The Risks of Homeschooling." Harvard law professor Elizabeth Bartholet, quoted extensively throughout the article, ... read more

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