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- Remember 'T-Bone,' Cory Booker's Imaginary Drug Dealer Friend? - Hit & Run : Reason.com — Sen. Cory Booker's (D–N.J.) announcement today that he'll seek the 2020 Democratic nomination for president prompted various political analysts to publish pieces pondering what his chances are.
- Northam meets with senior staff and considers options, including resignation - The Washington Post — Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) met with his Cabinet early Monday morning and planned to speak with other administration officials as he considers resigning following two da
- Tom Hanks Narrates WaPo Super Bowl Ad Promoting Journalists’ ‘Larger Importance to Society’ — The 60-second ad for the newspaper will contain images of some of the nation’s biggest stories from World War II to the present day and will feature Hanks talking about how important journalists are as “gatherers of fact, as well as the profession’s larger importance to society,” the Post said in a Friday announcement.
- Haiti's 'Bayakou': Hauling Away Human Excrement By Hand : NPR — Port-au-Prince, Haiti, is one of the largest cities in the world without a central sewage system. Most of the more than 3 million residents use outhouses and rely on workers with some of the worst jobs in the world, hauling away human excrement by hand one bucket at a time.