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“I still practice part time at a hospital doing deliveries. I think it’s great to be able to do births and then get back online and do an abortion case. I love that. I love that balance. It just feels like I’m really able to meet people’s needs for their reproductive health.”
ROBIN TUCKER, nurse practitioner in Virginia who prescribes abortion pills for women online through telemedicine.
“Certain dates echo throughout history, including dates that instantly remind all who have lived through them where they were … when our democracy came under assault. Dates that occupy … a place in our collective memory: Dec. 7, 1941, Sept. 11, 2001, and Jan. 6, 2021.”
Vice President KAMALA HARRIS on Jan. 6, conflating two sneak attacks that cost thousands of lives and led to wars with a riot that led to the deaths of five.
“You’re just in a perpetual state of quarantine.”
One CATHAY PACIFIC PILOT, who has spent almost 150 days in isolation in 2021 alone, to BBC.
“Serving God and being nice to people. I don’t have no hard feelings toward nobody. … I want people to have fun and enjoy themselves—be happy and not sad.”
LAWRENCE BROOKS, oldest U.S. veteran of World War II, when explaining his secret to long life. Born on Sept. 12, 1909, Brooks died at 112 on Jan. 5.
“We’ve seen an increase in suicides in the police officers … we’ve had a big uptick.”
COPLINE volunteer and retired police officer DANA BENNETT after two Florida deputies, with no prior indication of mental illness, committed suicide within days of each other, leaving their 1-month-old son an orphan.