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For more than 60 years, what made America laugh often sprang from the halls of Second City. Now the comedy institution is rethinking how it handles humor, as it confronts a legacy of racism.

"I tried my hardest to plan a pregnancy while on active duty, to be able to use the benefits I had earned, but it never happened. I left the Army in January," writes Victoria Chamberlin.

In Opinion "Tomorrow, who knows who will be China’s next targets here. But I do know that many Hong Kongers will respond then, too, by demonstrating our solidarity, creatively," writes Joshua Wong, a democracy activist in Hong Kong.

Kamala Harris was ready to brawl from the start of her first campaign, Matt Flegenheimer wrote last September. As Joe Biden’s running mate, Harris may have to call on the same bare-knuckle tactics she displayed when she ran for San Francisco DA in 2003.

New Zealand reported 4 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday after more than 100 days without any new infections. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Auckland would increase restrictions for 3 days.

In Opinion "Ms. Harris is the embodiment of the growing political power of Black women to make demands within the Democratic Party — and the political sophistication to ensure that those demands are met," writes Melanye Price.

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are expected to make their first public appearance together as running mates in Wilmington today, a debut certain to be closely watched. Here are 4 tasks that face the new ticket.

Breaking News: Sumner Redstone, the billionaire entrepreneur who built a media empire that encompassed CBS and Viacom, died. He was 97.

A suburban Atlanta county opened its schools amid controversy and a growing coronavirus case count. Their experience reveals the perils of returning to classrooms in places where the virus has hardly been tamed.


Yoenis Cespedes did not show up to the ballpark in Atlanta, where the New York Mets were set to play the Braves, a division rival. “Our attempts to contact him have been unsuccessful," Brodie Van Wagenen, the Mets’ general manager, said.

North Korea lashed out at both Seoul and Washington on Thursday, threatening to scrap key parts of agreements with South Korea and comparing the United States to a setting sun being eclipsed by China

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