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The long, bumpy road to the Apple Car

For such a secretive company, Apple’s car efforts have been in plain sight for years. The headlines have been steady: prominent auto industry poaches, one approved car patent after another, sightings of mysterious self-driving cars around its Cupertino, California, headquarters, and most recently, widely reported talks of a multi-billion dollar partnership to build an autonomous

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The hardship beat: Why it’s essential for reporters to expose income inequality heightened by Covid-19

A version of this article first appeared in the “Reliable Sources” newsletter. You can sign up for free right here. Trump’s second impeachment trial has come and gone. The Senate has headed home on vacation again. The Biden administration has continued to prioritize a Covid relief package. So in the coming days you’ll probably hear

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$1,500 gift boxes and romantic poetry: Restaurants are getting creative for Valentine’s Day

Andrew Markert used to serve carefully plated Valentine’s Day specials to couples at his Washington, DC restaurant, Beuchert’s Saloon. This year, he’s dishing out poetry. With Beuchert’s temporarily closed, Markert is using the space for a takeout concept called Fight Club. On the menu this Valentine’s Day is a three-course meal of lobster bucatini, wagyu

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