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Rodney Scott checks racks of ribs as they cook on July 3, 2018 in Charleston, S.C. The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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How Rodney Scott Learned To Cook – And Went For It, Whole Hog

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Unemployment Claims Fall To Lowest Level Since Pandemic's Start

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News Brief: Biden News Conference, AstraZeneca Vaccine, Gun Debate

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News Brief: Boulder Shooting, Gun Bills, Pandemic Survey Of Schools

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News Brief: Boulder Shooting, AstraZeneca's Vaccine, Infrastructure Plan

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News Brief: AstraZeneca Vaccine, Miami Beach Curfew, Border Crisis

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Voters enter a polling station at the Zion Baptist Church on Jan. 5 in Marietta, Ga. Black churches have often played a role in mobilizing their congregants to vote. Sandy Huffaker/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Black Church Leaders In Georgia On The Importance Of 'Souls To The Polls'

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News Brief: Spa Killings, Border Crisis, Alcoholic Liver Diseases

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Justice, Justice Thou Shalt Pursue: A Life's Work Fighting for a More Perfect Union, by Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Amanda Tyler University of California Press hide caption

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'Justice, Justice Thou Shalt Pursue' Offers Look At Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Early Work

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Useful Delusions: The Power and Paradox of the Self-Deceiving Brain, by Shankar Vedantam and Bill Mesler Norton hide caption

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'Useful Delusions' Examines How Beliefs Can Be Powerful In Positive And Negative Ways

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Four-year-old Lois Copley-Jones, the photographer's daughter, takes part in a livestreamed broadcast of "PE With Joe" on March 23, 2020, in Newcastle-under-Lyme, England. The popular fitness series ended Friday. Gareth Copley/Getty Images hide caption

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As Schools Reopen, Popular 'PE With Joe' Online Exercise Class Goes Bye-Bye

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School desks make up an exhibit called "Pandemic Classroom" at the United Nations in New York City. Each of the 168 seats represents 1 million children living in countries where schools have been entirely closed almost a year. Timothy A. Clary/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Empty Desks At U.N. Represent Millions Of Children Who Have Missed School In Pandemic

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Kevin Chen, an assistant professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, envisions a time when his insect-sized drone could be used as a search and rescue robot — to find survivors in disaster debris that bigger drones couldn't reach. Kevin Yufeng Chen hide caption

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Don't Swat This Bug. It Might Be A Robot On A Rescue Mission

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News Brief: In-Person Classes, Capitol Security, Pope's Iraq Trip

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News Brief: Vaccine Supply, Tanden Nomination, Texas Lifts Restrictions

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