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Saturday headlines: Call Of Rudy

Health experts offer advice on how to plan for a safe Thanksgiving during the Covid period. / STAT

In Switzerland, yodelers created a superspreader event in late September. / The Daily Beast

Five reasons why Covid-19 has been less deadly in Africa than elsewhere. / BBC News

James Carville: Americans are coming together to save our Republic, right now. That means something. / The Bulwark

We have a long, hot century ahead of us, and the heat presents a challenge “to every single advance in health and medicine.” / The Atlantic

Death rates have soared in US jails. At least two-thirds of the dead were never convicted of the charges on which they were being held. / Reuters

Karen Attiah: Why Nigeria’s protests against police brutality this week matter to Americans. / The Washington Post

Interview with a man waving an American flag on a bridge in Colorado. / The New Yorker

Related: Story of a town in Washington terrorizing “hippie campers,” for fear of a rumored Antifa invasion. / WIRED

The White House was warned last year that Rudy Giuliani was the target of a Russian intelligence operation to feed misinformation to Trump. / The Washington Post

“Rudy Giuliani Is My Father. Please, Everyone, Vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.” / Vanity Fair

With the president’s re-election in doubt, cabinet departments are rushing to finish dozens of new rules. / The New York Times

The far right is losing power in Austria, in part because some of its ideas have been embraced by the mainstream. / The Ballot

In little over a year, hundreds of regions across Poland have transformed themselves into so-called “LGBT-free zones.” / CNN

Peloton has positioned itself as the cure to a host of upper-middle class ills. It’s also walking a very thin tightrope, politically. / Caitlin Dewey

Only three percent of Netflix’s most-watched content over the last six weeks was actually produced by Netflix, / Quartz

See also: The making (and remaking) of Timothée Chalamet. / The Morning News

British TV host Martin Roberts seems to play an invisible piano anytime he congratulates people. / The Morning News

New York City libraries were constructed with apartments for the custodians. There are 13 of them left. / Atlas Obscura