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Then-Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann electronically cast his ballot in Jackson, Miss., on Nov. 5, 2019. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Election Officials To Convene Amid Historic Focus On Voting And Interference

Secretaries of state and election officials are meeting in Washington on the brink of a significant test of the nation's elections expected in the coming presidential campaign.

Election Officials To Convene Amid Historic Focus On Voting And Interference

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Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang holds a town hall meeting at Cox-Snow Recital Hall at Central College in Pella, Iowa, on Saturday — part of a 17-day bus tour through the state. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Poll Results Put Andrew Yang Back On The Democratic Debate Stage

The 45-year-old tech entrepreneur is the seventh candidate to qualify for the Feb. 7 debate in Manchester, N.H., which is just four days ahead of the primary there.

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When Insurance Won't Cover Drugs, Americans Make 'Tough Choices' About Their Health

With drug costs on the rise — and insurers refusing to cover some prescriptions — even patients with insurance can find themselves facing high out-of-pocket costs or going without.

When Insurance Won't Cover Drugs, Americans Make 'Tough Choices' About Their Health

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After Contentious Interview, Pompeo Publicly Accuses NPR Journalist Of Lying To Him

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo issued an angry salvo on Saturday against Mary Louise Kelly, co-host of NPR's "All Things Considered." Kelly disputes his charges and NPR stands by her reporting.

Protesters gather on the Paso del Norte International Bridge in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico on Saturday to demand justice for artist and activist Isabel Cabanillas, 26, who was killed in the streets of Juarez, Mexico. Paul Ratje/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Activists Decry Femicides After Another Woman Is Killed In Juárez, Mexico

Activists chanted "Not one more" as they marched in Juárez Saturday. The killing of artist and activist Isabel Cabanillas ignited anger in a city with a gruesome history of violence against women.

This Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020, photo provided by the Arizona Department of Public Safety shows a dummy skeleton found after a state trooper traffic stop of a 62-year-old man for an HOV lane violation in Phoenix. (Arizona Department of Public Safety via AP) AP hide caption

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Arizona Man Caught Driving In The HOV Lane With Fake Skeleton Riding Shotgun

The 62-year-old man was cited last week for disguising a dummy skeleton wearing a bucket hat as a passenger so he could drive in the carpool lane.

Left to right: Fafa Ruffino, Mamani Keita, Niariu and Kandy Guira are members of the collective Les Amazones d'Afrique. Their new album, Amazones Power, is out now. Karen Paulina Biswell/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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West African Supergroup Les Amazones D'Afrique Returns With 'Amazones Power'

The album mixes intoxicating, danceable rhythms and a message calling out violence and other forms of mistreatment of women all over the globe.

West African Supergroup Les Amazones D'Afrique Returns With 'Amazones Power'

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