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  • GOP spins in circles to reconcile anti-abortion zeal with public IVF support

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  • Where Sen. Bernie Sanders finds optimism amid dismal politics

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  • 'We need to do more': Sanders calls for increased pressure on Netanyahu to ease suffering in Gaza

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Coronavirus infections and deaths disproportionately affect African American, Latino communities

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Longtime inequalities in access to health care, socioeconomic inequality, and structural racism all combine with a higher rate of pre-existing conditions to make black and brown communities more vulnerable to COVID-19. As Ta-Nehisi Coates told Chris Hayes, the virus is colorblind, but society is not.