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Limiting the number of bullets in gun magazines won’t stop mass attacks, but it could bring down their death tolls, experts say. The odds that Congress or state legislatures will act still appear relatively remote.
China’s formidable investment in quantum technology, which could transform information processing and confer big economic and national-security advantages to nations that dominate it, is helping it catch up with Western research and, in a few areas, pull ahead.
Other Democratic presidential candidates, including Sen. Bernie Sanders and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, also tried to expand their appeal among nonwhite voters as they campaigned in South Carolina and Georgia.
The two-time NBA MVP is planning a seven-figure donation to cover the cost of Howard’s golf program for six years at a time when similar programs at historically black colleges and universities are struggling to survive.