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The Daily Break • Fun, informative watercooler chatter
A Royal Racket • Prince Louis covers his ears on June 2, as fighter jets soar over the Buckingham Palace balcony where he stands next to his great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II; grandfather Prince Charles; parents, William and Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge; and his siblings, Charlotte and George. The special jet flyover helped kick off Queen Elizabeth II’s four-day Platinum Jubilee celebration, marking her 70 years on the throne.
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Up In Flames
Re-Fund the Police! • Two years after George Floyd’s death, innovative approaches to police reform are flourishing. Just don’t use the D-word
Love and Medicine • How ChenMed keeps its employees and clients happy and healthy
What Science Says About Abortion • OVERTURNING ROE WON’T STOP STATES FROM TYING ABORTION ACCESS TO FETAL VIABILITY
AMERICA’S BEST RMATOLOGISTS
Transcendent Sites • Places are not inherently spiritual, but rather become so when we experience a sense of wonder and acceptance, awe or healing by being there and feeling a pure connection to something far greater than ourselves. No matter where we go—whether wondrous cliffs in Ireland or a shopping center in Finland, a turtle reserve or a graveyard—or how we get there, we can be on a spiritual journey. Here are some suggestions to find your own liminal places—spaces between heaven and earth where you can find meaningful experiences both sacred and mundane. —Alice Peck
Baby Boys and Expletives • Minnie Driver finds life doesn’t follow any roadmap