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Hong Kong Security Law Redraws Lines, Making Some Ideas Dangerous

By Vivian Wang, Elaine Yu and Tiffany May

In a city where China has made some ideas suddenly dangerous, people are trying to figure out where the boundaries lie, and how their lives have changed.

Joey Chestnut and Miki Sudo Win 2020 Nathan's Hot Dog Competition

By Reuters

Even with a diminished field, the two competitive eaters put on an impressive showing in the annual event, which was held in a private location with coronavirus provisions this year.

With Plexiglass and Piles of Hot Dogs, a Fourth of July Tradition Lives On

By Bryan Pietsch

“They’re going to be burping and groaning, and I’m just going to have to focus on my hot dogs,” the 2020 Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest champion mused ahead of the quieter, crowd-free competition.

With Plexiglass and Piles of Hot Dogs, a Fourth of July Tradition Lives On

By Bryan Pietsch

“They’re going to be burping and groaning, and I’m just going to have to focus on my hot dogs,” the 2020 Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest champion mused ahead of the quieter, crowd-free competition.

How a Black Small Business Manager Is Spending July 4

By Julia Rothman and Shaina Feinberg

“I support the protests but I feel like the biggest way I can support the cause and contribute is by keeping this Black-owned business open.”

Trump Uses Mount Rushmore Speech to Deliver Divisive Culture War Message

By Annie Karni

Down in the polls and failing to control a raging pandemic, the president cast himself as waging battle against a “new far-left fascism” that imperils American values and seeks to erase history.

How the Coronavirus Is Transforming July 4 in Los Angeles

By Evan Nicole Brown

While the camaraderie that comes from attending fireworks and tailgates will be absent, technology may help new traditions take hold.

Beaches Are Open in N.Y.C., but Virus Worries Linger

By Corey Kilgannon

Shorelines are finally open for swimming, but outbreaks across the country have given officials pause about the city’s wider reopening.

A Nostalgic Look at Independence Days of Yesteryear

By Stephen Hiltner and Tariro Mzezewa

Viewed now in the midst of a pandemic, these archival Fourth of July photographs — showing large crowds, close contact and communal celebrations — elicit an added measure of nostalgia.

Fourth of July Fireworks Canceled Across U.S. as Coronavirus Surges

By Julie Creswell

As many as 80 percent of the holiday fireworks displays in large cities and small towns have been canceled because of the pandemic.

For This Fourth of July, Officials Say Celebrate Freedom by Staying Home

By Richard Fausset, Mitch Smith and Sabrina Tavernise

As the nation staggers toward a holiday weekend during the coronavirus pandemic, health officials are pleading with residents to not make a bad situation worse.

Ukraine’s central bank governor resigns, citing β€˜systematic political pressure’

By Vlagyiszlav Makszimov

Ukraine's central bank governor handed in his resignation on Wednesday (1 July) prompting worried responses from Western partners and casting a shadow on the country's new IMF loan program.

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