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Opinion: A year into the pandemic, health care workers have a new source of hope

Last week, a Covid-19 patient of mine told me he is finally going home after four months in the hospital. His tracheostomy tube has been taken out and he's breathing on his own. He's finally able to walk again, with some help. It's a new beginning for him and as he wished me a happy New Year, I felt hopeful for the first time in a long time.

23rd, January 2021, g:i PM

Families find throwing laptops and Wi-Fi at students isn't enough to bridge digital divide

Every education expert knew that when the pandemic shuttered school buildings last March, America's persistent digital divide would be a huge problem. A 2017 US Senate report found 12 million children didn't have access to broadband internet at home. And administrators across the country warned that even students who had access may not have enough devices or a reliable enough connection to go to school online.

23rd, January 2021, g:i AM

Smerconish: This is how complex the Trump aftermath could be

President Joe Biden said in his inaugural address that restoring the soul of America requires unity, but CNN's Michael Smerconish says that might have to wait while Washington grapples with an impeachment trial and Trump's allies face the residual issues surrounding the former President.

23rd, January 2021, g:i AM
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