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Holiday Rush • People line up outside Melbourne Town Hall COVID-19 testing center on December 22. According to reports, the huge demand for testing in advance of the Christmas holiday and coinciding with a spike in cases has overwhelmed the system, causing some sites to close early and others to have waits of up to three hours.
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How to Keep Learning All Your Life • The need to learn is constant, but the tools necessary for it change as you get older
An Elder Army to Care for Kids • With universal pre-K high on the agenda in the U.S., staffing shortages loom. Here’s a solution
The Innovator’s Dilemma • Management author and guru Seth Godin on how to fearlessly embrace creativity
It’s Complicated • Trump’s GOP support is strong. But mainstream Republicans worry HIS FOCUS ON “THE STEAL” could hurt the party in the midterms—and 2024
THE ARMED UPRISING OF 2024 • A growing number of RADICALIZED REPUBLICANS are willing to grab their guns if the next presidential election doesn’t go their way
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