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People wait in line on the first day of early voting for the 2020 general election on Oct. 12 in Atlanta. Jessica McGowan/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Republicans Are Moving To Fix Elections That Weren't Broken

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Anthony Hopkins says he remembers standing at his father's bedside when he died: "And I remember thinking to myself: Yeah, you're not so hot either, because one day it'll happen to you. This is life." Hopkins stars as Anthony, a man experiencing dementia, in The Father. Sean Gleason/Sony Pictures Classics. hide caption

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'We Don't Know What's Coming': Anthony Hopkins Plays 'The Father' With Dementia

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Why Democrats Can't Take Latino Voters For Granted

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Red Line: The Unraveling of Syria and America's Race to Destroy the Most Dangerous Arsenal in the World, by Joby Warrick Doubleday hide caption

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'Red Line' Examines Syria's Use Of Chemical Weapons, And The World's Discovery Of It

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News Brief: Vaccine Equity, Insurrection Hearing, Storm's Effect On Minorities

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Supreme Court Order Paves Way For N.Y. Grand Jury To Obtain Trump's Financial Records

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News Brief: Garland Hearings, COVID-19 Deaths, Texas Power Issues

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Patrons sit in a restaurant without power caused by cold weather blackouts on Tuesday in Richardson, Texas. LM Otero/AP hide caption

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Texas Rolling Blackouts Are Anything But, Mayor Says

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News Brief: Texas Storm, Facebook's Australian Restrictions, Mars Landing

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White House To Review Plan To Pull Troops Out Of Afghanistan

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In His Post For 3 Weeks, Secretary Of State Blinken Has A Lot On His Plate

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News Brief: Texas Power Outage, Biden Town Hall, Troops In Afghanistan

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Marion Koopmans was part of a WHO team that traveled to Wuhan to investigate the start of the coronavirus pandemic. She tells NPR that the Wuhan seafood market was "not the whole story." Hector Retamal/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Virologist: WHO Team Found No 'Credible Link' Between Wuhan Labs, COVID-19

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News Brief: Coronavirus Variants, Historic Storm, Student Loan Forgiveness

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Pro-Trump protesters gather in front of the U.S. Capitol Building on Jan. 6, 2021 in Washington, D.C. They gathered to protest the ratification of President-elect Joe Biden's Electoral College victory over President Trump in the 2020 election. A pro-Trump mob later stormed the Capitol, breaking windows and clashing with police officers. Five people died as a result. Brent Stirton/Getty Images hide caption

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Timeline: What Trump Told Supporters For Months Before They Attacked

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