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News Brief: Pandemic Sales, COVID-19 Hospital Data Glitches, 2020 Census

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School buses sit parked at a lot in Marietta, Ga., in March. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has pushed for students to return to school in the fall, but the state's largest system, in Gwinnett County, has decided on all-virtual learning. Elijah Nouvelage/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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As Georgia Governor Calls To Reopen Schools, Largest District Will Teach Online Only

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News Brief: Trump Briefing, Schools' Dilemmas, Portland's Lawsuit

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News Brief: Trump Threatens Federal Crackdown, COVID-19, Florida Schools

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A health care worker talks to a patient in the emergency room at OakBend Medical Center in Richmond, Texas, on July 15. Mark Felix/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Texas Doctor Says Wave Of COVID-19 Cases Hit 'Like A Tsunami'

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News Brief: Pandemic Relief, COVID-19 Cases Rise, Portland Protests

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Jane Elliott, an educator and anti-racism activist, first conducted her blue eyes/brown eyes exercise in her third-grade classroom in Iowa in 1968. Gina Ferazzi/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images hide caption

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We Are Repeating The Discrimination Experiment Every Day, Says Educator Jane Elliott

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Dana Canedy announces 2019 Pulitzer winners at a ceremony in New York. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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Dana Canedy Is 1st Black Person To Head Major Publishing Imprint

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News Brief: School Reopenings, Trump Niece's Book, U.S.-Mexico Meeting

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News Brief: COVID-19 Cases Surge, Economy Struggles, Trump Reelection Bid

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News Brief: Trump Rhetoric, Pandemic Research, Israeli COVID-19 Cases

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A poll worker cleans a voting booth between voters during a primary election on June 23 in Louisville, Kentucky. Brett Carlsen/Getty Images hide caption

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Have Questions About Voting? A Law Professor Tells You 'What You Need To Know'

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News Brief: Texas' COVID-19 Spike, Colleges' Fall Semester, Police Reform

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News Brief: Trump Trip To Arizona, Primary Elections, Gene-Editing Patient

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News Brief: Bolton's Book, A Health Warning, Noose Found In Bubba Wallace's Garage

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