My default you’ll see “Yesterday” and “Today” used as a dates in Finder List View. If you’d rather always see the date, you can go to View, Show View Options. Then uncheck “Use relative dates.” Then you usually need to switch views, such as to Column View and back to List View to see the change take effect.
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