'Buns of steal'

“Copper thieves darken streets across the U.S.,” The New York Times says on Wednesday’s front page. The New York Post focuses on a different type of alleged thievery: “Buns of steal,” or cheating at the Nathan’s Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest. 

The effort to get President Joe Biden to quit his reelection bid “is in flux,” The Wall Street Journal says. USA Today says the “signals point to keeping Biden on.” Democrats are either “fearful or resolute” on Biden’s prospects, The Washington Post says. “As rich demur, Biden plays up smaller donors,” the Times says. And “top Democrats swallow fears and back Biden.” The Los Angeles Times asks “what
if Biden were tested — clinically,” looking at the pros and cons of him sitting down for a cognitive test.

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